Author Sarah Aronson and Amy Guglielmo of Reading Rainbow Live! joined us to celebrate Children’s Book Week and Teacher Appreciation Week!
Gather, a Kidlit Podcast
We celebrated Children’s Book Week (and Teacher Appreciation Week!) with an #HFGather featuring author Sarah Aronson talking with Amy Guglielmo, Creative Director for Reading Rainbow Live. The two had an enthusiastic conversation about: Amy’s work as an artist, art educator and Creative Director of Reading Rainbow Live! Sarah’s experience of having her book Just Like Rube Goldberg featured on the show How books are selected for the show; finding books that have been overlooked. Find out more at https://readingrainbowlive.com/ Opening doors to a creative life without expectations Where they find inspiration Embracing your writing the way kids do, without worrying about perfection or your audience Finding inspiration in collaboration Sharing your excitement about something with kids–enthusiasm is contagious!
All Things Madison, Episode 24, Book Review: The Wish List by Sarah Aronson
All Things Madison podcast
Madison reviews a popular book series, The Wish List, by Sarah Aronson about a young Fairy Godmother in training and the obstacles she does not expect along the way. After interviewing Mrs. Aronson last season, Madison decided to kick off her summer book club with a review of this fabulous book for all girls who love fairy life! And get ready to join us for some fun over the summer. It all kicks off in just a few short weeks and we plan to read a ton of books all in the name of fun and getting cool stuff! If you'd like to support the podcast just go to www.Patreon.com/AllThingsMadison and to check out our hot summer gear, go to www.ShopMadisonLauren.com. And of course, you can find us on YouTube at All Things Madison! Thanks!
BONUS: Shared State with Nick Mott & Sarah Aronson
A New Angle
Some election-relevant bonus content for you today! Shared State is a new podcast collaboratively produced by Montana Public Radio, Yellowstone Public Radio and Montana Free Press. It's an important exploration of the critical issues facing Montanans during the 2020 election.Editor Nick Mott and Host Sarah Aronson join Justin to introduce Epsiode 7.More on Shared State:If you've turned on the TV in Montana recently, you've probably been bombarded with advertisements propping up or tearing down candidates for political office. Each contender claims they're the best choice to uphold "Montana values."But what does that mean? Who is that promise for? And how do those unspoken values shape Montana's politics? In the new podcast Shared State, Montana Free Press, Montana Public Radio and Yellowstone Public Radio will bring listeners along for a deeper look at the most important issues on the ballot. The nine-episode series debuts Sept. 8, 2020 and will culminate just before Election Day.Listen on air Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. on Montana Public Radio or Thursdays at 6 p.m. on Yellowstone Public Radio.
Featuring: Meir Weingarten remembers Sarah Aronson, a"h, and her heroic colleagues of the NILI in commemoration of Sarah's 103rd yahrtzeit, he presents a Meir Millim segment about "Isru Chag" and plays a great Israeli music mix
On this edition of The Israel Show:Decades before the Mossad, the first modern Jewish espionage organization,known as the NILI, operated during WW I. Yesterday, Chaf Gimmel Tishrei (23rd of Tishrei) was the 103rd yahrzeit of Sarah Aronson one of the founders, leaders and heroines of the NILI. TIS remembers her and her colleagues' fascinating story.In honor of today - Isru Chag (in the galut), TIS replays a Meir Millim segment explaining the name of the day "Isru Chag"and the "not to be missed" weekly Israeli music mix.
All Things Madison, Episode 10, Finding Gusto with Kid’s Author Sarah Aronson
All Things Madison podcast
Award-winning children’s author Sarah Aronson sits down for a chat with Madison on how she became a writer, how she comes up with her stories, and what it means to have “gusto”. To learn more go to www.SarahAronson.com. And to learn more about Madison’s merchandise go to www.ShopMadisonLauren.com. Your support is appreciated.
But First Stretch, Episode 14- Sarah Aronson on civic engagement and ways to tap into your passion to make a difference in the community!
But First, Stretch
Join me and the First Lady of Conshohocken discuss civic engagement! Here are some links we discuss in the episode: Conshohocken Plymouth Whitemarsh Rotary Paul Sees the World Montgomery County Suicide Prevention Taskforce Arts Festival Link
Sarah Aronson talks about getting to know your novel and Rube Goldberg
Gather, a Kidlit Podcast
Writing teacher, picture book author, and novelist Sarah Aronson talks about what to do when you get stuck when writing your novel, fellowship, her personal writing practice, and her latest picture book biography, "Just Like Rube Goldberg: The Incredible True Story of the Man Behind the Machines."
Sarah Aronson first appeared on episode 15 of Courage to Create, and she joins Bethany again in this episode to discuss her new picture book biography, Just Like Rube Goldberg. Sarah has an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts and has published three stand alone novels: Head Case, Beyond Lucky, and Believe. Her most recent books are part of a new young MG series, The Wish List. Writing about inventor and cartoonist Rube Goldberg allowed Sarah to learn about research and explore her own curiosity, one of her favorite endeavors. Sarah teaches other writers and does frequent school visits, and she loves to teach people to never say no to an idea but to let their curiosity run free. She discusses how ideas feel life gifts, so she feels grateful and obligated to use them and see what becomes of them. Rube Goldberg seems to her to be screaming at us to use our imaginations more and more, and that's what Sarah strives to do in her own life as she explores themes about finding your place in the world, overcoming injustice, and finding ways to overcome the obstacles all people face. She and Bethany discuss making the most of failures and how to do that as well as how to stand up and be proud of what you write and create. For more about Sarah, visit her website at http://www.saraharonson.com/