Thursday, July 24, 2008

The Podcasts are Here!!

We are so excited! Our podcasts are ready and available for your listening pleasure!

  • Go behind-the-scenes with your favorite Annick authors.
  • Listen to them talk about the inspiration for their books.
  • Find out what it’s like being an author.
  • Learn about the fun and fabulous things they discovered researching their books.

Listen to Lawrie Raskin, author of the fascinating travel adventure across the Sahara Desert, 52 Days by Camel.

Listen to Melanie Little, award-winning author of the brilliant story set during the Spanish Inquisition, The Apprentice's Masterpiece.

Listen to Mariatu Kamara, co-author of The Bite of the Mango, as she shares her astounding journey from victim of war to UNICEF Special Representative.

Listen to Susan McClelland, journalist and co-author of The Bite of the Mango.

Listen to author Laurie Coulter, author of two funny, fact-filled books about jobs in 19th-century America, and in Mesoamerica before the Spanish Conquest.

Listen to Peter Christie as he discusses his latest book, The Curse of Akkad, a fascinating look at how climate has shaped human history.

Listen to Charis Cotter whose latest book, Wonder Kids, explores the lives of child geniuses.

Listen to Bridget Sinclair as she talks about how St. Stephen's Community House fostered the development of The Little Black Books, teens talking to teens about sex and relationships.

Listen to Anna McQuinn, author of My Friend Jamal, first in a series of colorful picture books about young friends across cultures.

Listen to Kate Scowen whose book, My Kind of Sad, offers potentially life-saving advice to teens suffering from depression.

Listen to Kathy Stinson, best known for the children's classic, Red is Best, as she talks about her first picture book in over 20 years.

Listen to Henry Aubin, author of Rise of the Golden Cobra, a thrilling story from the time of the pharaohs.

Visit Mark Oakley to learn more about his innovative book, The Seventh Expert, where history meets interactive storytelling.

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