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June 2018

Episode 114: Anne of Green Gables Part 2: Avonlea, Idlewild, and Being Home

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episode 114

Today’s books are:

Anne of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery. L.C. Page & Company, 1909.

What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day by Pearl Cleage. Avon Books, Inc., 1997.

Other things discussed today:

#12daysofannestagram

The history of Oprah’s book club.

Camp Nanowrimo

Happy listening,

Kris

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Episode 113: Anne of Green Gables Part 1: Anne, Emily, and Lucy Maud Montgomery

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episode 113

Today’s books are:

Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. L.C. Page & Company, 1908

Emily of New Moon by L.M. Montgomery. Frederick A. Stokes, 1923.

Other things discussed today:

#12daysofannestagram

Instagram accounts @carrottoppapershop and @thebooksellersdaughter

The History Chicks episode on L.M. Montgomery

Anne movies: the 1919 silent film, the 1934 film (yes, that actress did change her name to “Anne Shirley” for the role, and the 1985 miniseries.

The Anne of Green Gables musical.

The newest graphic novel version.

The new TV series “Anne With an E”

The TV series “Road to Avonlea”

Is Emily in the public domain? It was published in 1923. If you can decipher this chart to tell, you’re smarter than I am.

“The Alpine Path” and the poem that inspired both L.M. Montgomery and Emily.

Happy listening,

Kris

 

Special Episode #20: Librarian Life #1: A Guy Named Dewey OR How the Library World Got In Order (and why it matters)

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Special 20

A special episode in which I tell you the story of a guy named Dewey (or sometimes Dui,) some numbers, and the democratization of American libraries.

Here’s an overview of all the categories and call numbers.

See you soon for the first of our Anne of Green Gables summer series. In the meantime, are you following the #12DaysofAnnestagram? You should be, because it is delicious…

Happy listening,

Kris

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