Her and us Beth and Cari's New Reads

Her and Us: Beth and Cari’s New Reads

Check out our latest hodgepodge podcast! Some highlights:

Best Books of 2014

Best Books of 2014

It’s here! Beth and Cari’s recap of the year, complete with management tips and self-help.     Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel  Click Here           … Continue Reading

Books Made into Film & TV Shows

Books Made into Film & TV Shows

Beth and Cari talk about books that have been made into movies and tv shows and what to look forward to in 2014/2015.

Accountant Playdates and Wealthy Teenagers in the Summer

Accountant Playdates and Wealthy Teenagers in the Summer

Guest host Sarah Granville from the Barberton Library joins Cari for this podcast.  Hear about Sarah’s picks for teen books you should read, why everyone in Northeast Ohio knows each … Continue Reading

Fiction Hodgepodge

Cari and Beth extol the virtues of Liane Moriarty’s latest releases and sing the praises of various audiobooks and narrators.

Books that Make You Go Hmmmm

Beth and Cari discuss nonfiction books, mostly on management, and challenge you to change your perceptions on libraries.

An Interview with Kate Racculia, or “Cari and Kate Tell Bassoon Stories”

I was so pleased to interview Kate Racculia on the podcast.  Listen to us tell bassoon stories, laugh a lot, and discuss Kate’s new book, Bellweather Rhapsody, which comes out on … Continue Reading

Rowell and Levithan

What We’re Reading, and How Awesome Rainbow Rowell and David Levithan Are

What We’re Reading potpourri.  Find out what Beth’s been listening to, and hear about Cari’s experience at PLA meeting Rainbow Rowell and David Levithan.  

Hyde by Daniel Levine

Next up we have: An Interview with Dan Levine, author of Hyde Hyde is a reimagining of the classic by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. … Continue Reading

Visible City by Tova Mirvis

Hi everyone!  This is Cari, and I am excited to finally have three new podcasts up for you.  We recorded these in March, but between many different crises and our … Continue Reading