Teen books, tween books, middle-grade books, young adult books, otherwise known as YA, we'll talk about it all. Join Springfield-Greene County Library staff to discuss all books YA, dish on what it is like to work at a library, discuss the highs and lows of reading, and sometimes even interview your favorite authors. If you love to talk about books, tune in for each episode!
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Season 4, Episode 14
From Eco-horror to Historical Fantasy: A Conversation with Rory Power
April 14, 2022
YA author Rory Power joins the podcast to talk about her newest book, In a Garden Burning Gold, and share her recommendation for readers.
Season 4, Episode 13
What to Read When You Don't Love Reading
April 7, 2022
We discuss our favorite titles for reluctant readers and how to find your perfect book match.
Season 4, Episode 12
Comics and Carol Burnett: a Conversation with Rachel Elliott
March 31, 2022
Author-illustrator, Rachel Elliott, joins Charity and Jen to discuss her debut middle grade graphic novel coming out this spring.