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Season 1, Episode · 9 months ago

Book It Episode 1

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Hello and welcome to boucket and Kaia,and I will be one of the podcasters to Listene podcast. This podcast will beabout the pleasure of reading before we begin, please feel free to get anysuggestions that you think will make this podpast better by felling out. Theform on the website also we'll be giving t e show tos. So if you wouldlike to hear your name be announce on is podcast, please say that you wouldlike a Shewtar in the form and tells your name as well. wharever you'd liketo nominate someone for being a lock them Headl, and if you would like therto be mentioned on this podcast, please add that into the form as well and tellus why you're nominating on, but before we begain, we would like tosee a very happy eigtonight birthday in Lalik to helmet fresses fim, theBeachwoud care home. We hope you have Selverto as much as you can and head avery nicedy.

Okay, let's get started shelly. I forgot that I'm not going to get aresponse is this is a podcast and heres? No want your to answer me anyways. So our topit for this week isgeneral pleaseyour favorite book of the Chaild, my favorite, because of chaild waschocolot in Thisfegridigu by Julia Donaldson. The reason I love this book,I think, is because as a child, my mom mad all the fenny voices for theanimals and I memorized them all, and eventually I could like read it withher from memory which is Wy. I thank starting to be to such a young AG lerschildren into such a magical world and they never want to leave. At this point,I think those Peshar wone to on reading kimes with my mom no ne Love Woden, andto this day I am proied to Sey that I am still reading. Now, I'm going to EAe book to you as it's just a small...

...little book: Okay, Julia Donaldton, a Nick SheriffChocolate, Miss poglidigus. Where is the neal asks hungry sealhit's? Coming no says besykel. What can I smell, asked Sha Gazelle, macarole,say Shitlin Pony to hot for Mesas chimpanse born. It then says: mother,Hey, carrot's, Yuck, says Fussy UCK, theyr good, for you says cangaroochocolate, Miss says: Greedigus, don't just grab, it says: Hunger Rabbit. Ilike the ball, says: frrymor I'L, look at Cleana, Lagt Haina, it's so gone, says: Sadboy, wone, I'lleat the cloth says halpen off wet for shop, says Heltord Pop, but LOSYSHEPSays No. What sa she was bestbit Julia Donson, who 'sthe author of this pick...

...that one he was a young girl. Julia's fathergave her a Portovic called the boock of the Thozan poms. She would learn andrecite these poeems and begin to write her very oll. Fact too. Julia met Malcolm Donaldson, couse. Sheread at Bristol University. They would bask and sing across the world. Writingspecific songs for each country. The Spaghetti Song was a real hect andEtaly fat. Three. Before releasing her firstthick Julia Donaldson was a singer Song wrater for children's television. Shewas inspired to turn her soung a squatch and a squeeze and Tastoritiwith pictures. She collaborated with illustrator axal Shefwerk and the TALwas published n Ne Thos, nine Hundren and ninety three six years before theGoffbol was released.

Hat for Jin Adonnaldson fegophlobook wasactually inspired by Chinese Fultcor. There is a tale of a girl who escapesthe wrath of e Tiger by claiming to be the Queen of the jungle. The Tigerfollows her through the jungle and missenturprits, the fear of the otheranimals to be scared of the girl and not the tiger. The Tiger fled fact: Five. Despite being a children's author andto Thousan aname Julia published her very first book othe teenage market, itwas titled Running in the cracks. It is also her longest book to dit fat six. There is a portrait of Julia Donalsonby artist Peter Mockman in the National Gallery that features heart and propcovoared, where she writes her stories. It was commissioned by the trustees forthe for the first prize, BP, Portrait...

Award Two Thousand and Nane. Thepainting itself is oil on canvas fact. Seven Julia Donaldson was the Chelden'sLaurie from two thousand and eleven to two thousand and thirteen. An ail ofHOS was to encollege children to perform more portry and please tocreate a greater love of reading and books. Also during her tenure she passionatelycampaigned against livery budget cots and couses pact, eight in two thousand and Leven as part ofthe Queen's birthday owners. She was appointed NBA for Sa Vacisco literatureand later promited to CEE V on two Thusandnda Eineteen New Year owners, hot nine in wo thousandand. Thirteen Julia onher fons set the world record recreating the longest chain of peeperdolls, McMillan children's books, pit...

...the volunteers and funs from all overthe world submitted tenth of thousands of hand designed paper dolls. Fortyfive thousand two hundred eighty two piper dolls were laid out and the chainmeasured. Four thousand five hundred and fourty nine point: seven meters,breaking the previous record of two thousand six hundred eighty three point:two one meters that is the quison of forty football pictures. Pat Ten, she has written more than two hundredbooks over Ative teese are available to buy in shot or online wit. More than ahundred and twenty dezanthe skills here are some rule down with poppingjoks. Why a sex offrod of seven cause, seven, eight nine,...

I teacher, asks the PIPALL. How did youthing skill today and the pupl replies? Well, I just got off the botton. Thitwas there? What is the best way to get straight is use a ruler. The teacher says to the POPL. What dowe call the outer parts of a tree? The people replies dotnormuss. The teachersays that flot of people bark silly bark and then the PIPL says back with with what Fret did the pirate get at School High Seas? How do you make the number onedisappear at the Lecter G and then it's gone now here, o some of our cills teachersto tell you what their favorite book ot the chails was. Now we have our Spanishand French teacher mysticly...

Hello Mess Teke me here. My favoritebook is actually a sedies of books called a sevies of unfortunate eventsby Lemany Snackett. It follows the stody of C orphans, children, Violet,close and Sunny Boodlayer, as they tried to find out the truth of I whathappened to their Padents, all the whale having to escape from their nastyvailes of Kentulaff, who wants to steal their family fortune. I love this book CDs because I reallyenjoyed the dark sense of humor and I also looked up to the BEG sestor violet,who gus her intelligence to get out of every checky situation whenever I thinkof these books. I also think of my best friend who loved the CEDIES as well,and we used to raise each other to see who woul finish their book first, ifyou love drama mystery and Dead Pan Humor than I really recconeng thesebooks to you. I have heard of Segies of unfortunateevents mystigly, but I haven't read the...

...books. I've only seen an advertised onNetflix but I'll be sure to watch it and gi the pipocal. Thank you very much. Staying with the languages we have ourGerman and French teacher, Mrs Kenzie Hi. This is Miss mccanzie. My favoritebook in My childhood was a book that we did at school in plamity, Sevin calledthe Twelfth de of July by Jon Lingard, it Sayto Northern Ireland and there aretwo meain characters: CD and Cavin the fallen, love one's Protestant one'sCatholic and through the religious divide in bail fist. You learn lotsabout what it's like being a teenager and what it was like growing up inNorthern Ireland during the troubles I loved this book because I had family inNorthern Ireland and I used to go there vegularly and I never understood whythere were problems between the...

Protestants and the Catholics, and thebook was an amazing story. It turns into a CDs of four or five books andthat helped me learn about what was happening there. The same author doinglinger to a seies of books called Maggie about a glass region girl whoseGarani was involved in in moving out of the highlands and her own sesters hadbeen involved in the queavances, and that taught me lots to about what hadhappened in Scotland. So if you didn't chostit in the history of NorthernIreland, then the Twelfth da of July and the clevansers in Scotland than themaggy books, I've never ever heard of your bookBerform Miss mckendy. I sounds very, very interesting and very intriguing, but if I found it one day I'll be sureto give it a track, because it does sound very interesting. Thank you verymuch for sharing it with us. Before we end this podcast. For mybirthday I got er inspirational,...

...courtbat called the boy, the more thefouts and the Horse by Charlotte and mccessi. So I'm going to read one ofthose qourts to to end this podcast off and so small said. Themole, yes, saidthe boy, but you make a huge difference. That's always ghat time for this week,but we hope to see you back here next week. We really hope you enjoyed it.Please feel free to go on feed back on form, attacks on this website and untilnext pain, ees, bookit, Haa, love Wer. He Cen device, Ono Good.

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