Welcome to Chapter 16 of the Okie Bookcast! We're celebrating National School Libraries Month by talking with a couple of amazing Oklahoma librarians! This is Part 2 of our conversation, so I strongly encourage you to check out Part 1 (in Chapter 15) and then come back and enjoy the rest.
My guests are Jill Slay, librarian at Putnam City West High School in Oklahoma City, and Eric Dabney, librarian at Orvis Risner Elementary in Edmond. You can connect with Jill on Twitter (@msjillslay11) and Instagram (@jillslay11) and also check out her library on Twitter (@PCWlibrary) or Instagram (@pcwestlibrary). You can check out one of the videos Eric made reading to his students here. In this part of our conversation, we talk about their approaches to curating their collections, hear their responses to the 3 Questions, and find out how they are celebrating National Library Month with their students (spoiler alert: pickle ball).
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Hailey Carrell provides our review for this chapter. Hailey has worked in libraries for 12 years and recently started a blog to share their love of books. You can check out Hailey's reviews at https://haileyannereads.weebly.com/. When not reading, Hailey says they enjoy hanging out with their dog or listening to kpop. Hailey reviews Home Before Dark by Riley Sager. Mentioned on the Show: I Am Enough - Grace Byars Bad Guys series - Aaron Blabey The Mystery of Mrs. Christie - Marie Benedict Agatha Christie The Unhoneymooners - Christina Lauren The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family - Ron Howard and Clint Howard The Lincoln Highway - Amor Towles Herve Tullet - Press Here and I Have an Idea Laura Vaccaro Seegar - Bully, Blue, Green, and Red Where the Red Fern Grows - Wilson Rawls Summer of the Monkeys - Wilson Rawls Go Set a Watchman - Harper Lee To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee Where the Wild Things Are - Maurice Sendak
Music by JuliusH