Rank #1: Reading With Your Kids - Superhero School
We have such a wonderful time speaking with our friend Donna Sager Cowan. She is here to tell us about With The Curiosity of a Cat, the latest chapter in her Super Hero School series. This is a great middle grade series that touches on friendship, courage and finding the super hero inside all of us.
Rank #2: Reading With Your Kids - Saving Forest Farm
Jack Purser is on the Reading With Your Kids Podcast to celebrate his wonderful children's book "Saving Forest Farm".In this charming children’s tale, two animal friends set out on a brave adventure to save their farm from a drought, Will they succeed?
Rank #3: Reading With Your Kids - Helping Families Be Happy
Today we have the pleasure of welcoming Kate Farrell to the podcast. Kate is the marketing director at Familius Publishing. Kate shares gives us a preview of Familius' new offerings, tips for authors and talks about her love of kids' books.
Rank #4: Reading With Your Kids - Queen of Physics
Teresa Robeson is on the show to celebrate Wu Chien Shiung, also known as the Queen of Physics. When Wu Chien Shiung was born in China 100 years ago, most girls did not attend school; no one considered them as smart as boys. But her parents felt differently. Giving her a name meaning “Courageous Hero,” they encouraged her love of learning and science.
Rank #5: Reading With Your Kids - Jellibean Adventures Continue
Cindi Handley Goodeaux returns to the Reading With Your Kids Podcast to tell us about the latest in her Jellibean Adventure Series. The second book in the Adventures of Princess Jellibean series is filled with friendship, fun, and unexpected finds – after all, the best adventure is yet to come!
Rank #6: Reading With Your Kids - I Can Handle It!
Author Laurie Wright believes that now more than ever before we need to encourage kids to practice positive self talk and inspire them to believe that they can handle the many challenges they will face every day. Her wonderful Mindful Mantras series teaches kids how to find happiness and success
Rank #7: Reading With Your Kids - The Cool Cat From New Orleans
Do not miss this fabulous conversation with actress, poet & author Shaina Simmons. She tells us about her wonderful debut kidlit The Cat and The Lion. In the process we learn a whole lot about her native New Orleans and about some of her other creative projects.
Rank #8: Reading With Your Kids - The TyrantoCrankaTsuris
This is a hilariously powerful episode of the RWYK Podcast. Steven Joseph talks about his delightful picture book The Last Surviving Dinosaur, The TyrantoCrankaTsuris, Jewish culture and growing up with survivors of the Holocaust.
Rank #9: Reading With Your Kids - Noah Noasaurus
We have a super time chatting with Elaine Kiely Kearns. Elaine is the author of the hilarious new #Kidlit "Noah Noasaurus". She is also the founder and driving force behind Kidlit 411, a fantastic resource for authors of children's books.
Rank #10: Reading With Your Kids - Science of Happy Kids & Moms
We had so much fun talking with the Happy Science Mom, Sandi Schwartz. Sandi is the driving force behind the HappyScienceMom.com blog. She tells us her blog is a toolkit for raising happy, balanced children. She shares tips, resources, and activities from the world of happiness science to help you teach your children how to live joyful, fulfilled, and peaceful lives.
Rank #11: Reading With Your Kids - Celebrating Friendships
Author Leslea Wahl returns to the Reading With Your Kids Podcast to tell us about some of her favorite YA and Middle Grade books that celebrate friendship.
Rank #12: Reading With Your Kids - Deputy Paws & Fabulous Friends
Today we speak with the authors of two Reading With Your Kids Certified Great Reads! Nayera Salam is on to celebrate her touching new Kidlit Friends of a Different Kind. And we also welcome Peggy Race, author of Deputy Paws and the Puppy Mill Clause.
Rank #13: Reading With Your Kids - Science & Poetry
Our Dean of all things STEM and STEAM, Jennifer Swanson, is back for another STEM Tuesday edition of the podcast. Today we talk about the connection between science and poetry.
Rank #14: Reading With Your Kids - Mommy's Big, Red Monster Truck
We have so much fun speaking with Alison Paul Klakowicz. We speak about her fantastic picture book, imagination and the sacrifices made by military families.
Rank #15: Reading With Your Kids - What CoCo Likes
We have a wonderful time chatting with Emily Peers. Emily is a mom who has turned her love for family and baking into a fantastic new Facebook page called What CoCo Likes.
Rank #16: Reading With Your Kids - If You're Scary & You Know it
Illustrator Noel Ill is on the podcast to celebrate her new picture book "If You're Scary & You Know It". This is the perfect Halloween book for little goblins and ghouls. Noel tells us how much fun she had creating the illustrations for this fun and not scary book.
Rank #17: Reading With Your Kids - Unicorn Jazz
Today we welcome author Lisa Caprelli to the podcast to celebrate her delightful Unicorn jazz Picture Book series. Unicorn Jazz is all about a Unicorn who moves to a new community and discovers how difficult it can be sometimes to make new friends. This is a fun and inspirational book with a magical song that children will enjoy singing long after they hear the book. Unicorn Jazz has positive messages for children of all ages.
Rank #18: Reading With Your Kids - Minecraft The Lost Journals
Mur Lafferty is on the RWYK Podcast to introduce us to an official Minecraft novel The Lost Journals. She talks about what it was like creating a novel based on a video game, her podcasts & the value of encouraging our kids to write fan fiction
Rank #19: Reading With Your Kids - The Science of Santa Claus
Can a budding young scientist protect the ancient secrets of a saint whilst saving his family from a terrible hidden danger? M G Knight is on the podcast to celebrate his middle grade novel The Science of Santa Claus.
Rank #20: Reading With Your Kids - Proud To Be Latino
Do you know that there are more than 5000 types of potatoes in Peru? We learn that and more from Ashley Maria Mireles, author of Proud To be Latino. This board book teaches children how different Latino countries use similar ingredients to create unique regional dishes.The dishes and their descriptions are given in both English and Spanish, taking the reader beyond a basic language primer and dives deep into the heart of Latino culture . . . which is the food, of course!