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Another John Feinstein "hit"

He did, he did the Iditarod!

LISTEN NOW to Olympic Book March 2010 or download the jamcast at http://www.box.net/shared/r84dkhq7bf 

Inspired by the Olympics, Lisa and Lisa discuss books that remind them of the Olympics.  While only one book in this discussion is actually about the actual event, all deal with endurance and perseverance against the odds  while providing engrossing reads.

J Lisa C’s picks include John Feinstein’s sports series for young adults and Dead Reckoning: Great Adventure Writing from the Golden Age of Exploration, 1800-1900 by Helen Whybrow.

Lisa LC’s picks are Magic Tree House #16: Hour of the Olympics by Mary Pope Osborne, Winterdance by Gary Paulsen, Grayson by Lynne Cox, and What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami.

And be sure to listen to Lisa and Lisa’s new jam “tasting” and the weekly “Book Bind.”

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One size...

...fits most.

LISTEN NOW to “Good Fiction for Anyone” or download the jamcast at http://www.box.net/shared/81m2gf0jkc

— While Lisa LC readies her fabulous crepe cart for the busy summer season, J Lisa C  goes solo to discuss two picks that rise to a challenge : “What books would you recommend to anyone – young or old, avid reader or occasional reader?”.

The Lisas’ picks include In the Fall by Jeffrey Lent and Distant Land of My Father by Bo Caldwell. Recorded May 2009.

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"I am a bunny. I live in a hollow tree."

"More More More" said the reader!

LISTEN NOW to Beyond Goodnight Moon or download the jamcast now at http://www.box.net/shared/ryiirycfke

Lisa and Lisa discuss and read from their favorite Board Books for infants and young children. Books include: First Book of Sushi by Sanger; More More More Said the Baby by Vera Williams; I am a Bunny by Risom and Richard Scarry; My Car by Byron Barton; the Goodnight Our World Series; Russell the Sheep by Scotten; and Big Shiny Machines: Hard At Work and other titles by Ant Parker.

Recorded 08 April 2009.

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