Remember Reading Podcast

By HarperCollins Publishers

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Remember Reading is a podcast about classic children’s books. In each episode, we rediscover one popular children's book, uncovering the unique story behind the story. While sitting down with famous, award-winning authors writing for today’s kids, we seek to find thematic parallels between books of the past and books of the present and deep dive into the special magic that makes a book timeless.

Episode Date
Charlotte's Web (ft. Jodi Kendall & Lisa Greenwald)
00:26:46
Do you remember reading Charlotte's Web? In this episode, Lindsay uncovers the famous children's book about a pig and a spider and discovers author EB White's story behind this Newbery award-winning book. Authors Jodi Kendall (The Unlikely Story of a Pig in the City) and Lisa Greenwald (TBH: This is So Awkward) reflect on themes of loss and friendship and how a tough topic like grief, handled with care, makes Charlotte's Web a special book for kids. Do you have a story about how a classic book changed your life? Tweet @readingpod or email us at readingpod@harpercollins.com. Learn more at rememberreading.com. Until next time!
Jan 08, 2019
Remember Reading | Podcast Trailer
00:00:40
Introducing Remember Reading, a podcast about classic children's books coming January 2019. In the show, host Lindsay Jacobsen searches to discover the meaning of a classic book. You'll hear from readers, the authors themselves—from archived interviews or in person with us in the studio—as well as contemporary, award winning authors as they reflect on the famous children's books that inspired them. Subscribe and be the first to know when our pilot episode airs. And hey, we want to hear what YOU remember reading. Submit your story of your favorite classic story via Twitter @readingpod or emailing us at readingpod@harpercollins.com. Visit rememberreading.com to learn more!
Dec 18, 2018