Monday, January 9, 2017

The ReadItDaddy Podcast - January 2017
Tune in each month in 2017 to hear us talk about 5 books currently nestling in our reading pile at the moment.

The January Podcast (16 mins 28 seconds) features:

The Lumberjack's Beard by Duncan Beedie (Templar Publishing)
The Lumberjack's Beard by Duncan Beedie (Templar Publishing)
Elspeth Hart and the School for Showoffs by Sarah Forbes (with illustrations by James Brown) (Stripes / Little Tiger)
Elspeth Hart and the School for Show-offs by Sarah Forbes and James Brown (Stripes)

The Big Book of Mr Badger by Leigh Hobbs (with illustrations by Sandra Nobes) (Allen and Unwin)

The Big Book of Mr Badger by Leigh Hobbs and Sandra Nobes (Allen and Unwin)
Lots by Marc Martin (Big Picture Press)

"Lots" by Marc Martin (Big Picture Press)


Rabbit and Bear - the Pest in the Nest by Julian Gough and Jim Field (Hodder Children's Books)

"Rabbit and Bear, the Pest in the Nest" by Julian Gough and Jim Field (Hodder  Children's Books)


Be gentle with us, it's our first go but any feedback, comments etc welcome!



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3 comments :

  1. Aiiieee! The lip smacking! Why won't it stop! :)

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  2. Oh wow this is wonderful, Charlotte is such a sweetie and quite funny (thanks for the endings;-) you have great emotion in your reading. This works, this really works! Charlotte is an expert book reviewer, it's stunning and amusing all at once. I'm listening with my four year old next to me, she enjoyed the beginning picture reading. Personally I'd loved it if there was any possibility of an entire read-out-loud. By the way there is a rice vending machine near our place. We can buy a kilo of rice for 700 yen from our vending machine. Brilliantly done Charlotte, congratulations on being awesome.

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  3. Awww, thank you SO much! We would probably love to do more 'full' readings of books but that's something we'd have to check with publishers and authors. So if any are tuning in and don't mind us doing full readings of their new books, we'd love to do that for some of the shorter stuff! Starting out though we're trying to keep the podcasts nice and short so that little ones attention spans don't wander. Also hugely agree that the more of Charlotte there is, the better really :) Awesome that you live near a rice vending machine, "Lots" has made us even more determined to visit Japan someday!

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