Reading With Your Kids Podcast

by Jedlie Circus Productions, Inc
Reading With Your Kids is all about encouraging parents to read with their kids, and cook with their kids, and do activities with their kids, and experience tv, movies and music together. In other words, our podcast is all about helping parents build stronger relationships with their kids.

Let's Celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Day!

Author / photographer Sally Fetough is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Day and her wonderful #ChildrensBook Jana's Brightly Coloured Socks. Sally tells us the book is inspired by her daughter who loves to put her socks on all by herself and also happens to have Down syndrome. In Sally's book Jana celebrates by collecting loads of brightly coloured socks as a gift from mum and dad. But what happens when Jana shows her favourite pair to …

Curses Aren't Real, Or Are They?

Malia Maunakea is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate her #debut #MiddleGrade #Novel Lei and the Fire Goddess. Malia tells us this story takes place in the wonderful islands of Hawaii and introduces us to Lei, a 12 year old who is sure that the curses she hears about in her grandmother's retelling of Hawaiian folktales. Click here to visit Malia's website - https://www.maliamaunakea.com/ Click here to visit our website - www.readingwithyourkids.com

A Different Kind Of Holden Caulfield

David Haynes is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate the re-release of his #YA #Novel Right By My Side. David tells Jedlie and co-host Cassandra Maisonet he is honored that this book has been named a Penquin Classic. In the novel we meet a different kind of Holden Caulfield in fifteen-year-old Marshall Field Finney, an ordinary, sullen teenager who discovers storytelling as a way to ease his adolescent anger and family tensions. Living with his parents in “Washington Park,” a …

A Dream Can Be Achieved

Brianna Clement is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate her #PictureBook A Dream Can Be Achieved, Luxton, A Swimming Champion. Brianna tells us that this book reminds us that swimming can be a fun, safe and aspirational activity for babies and kids. Luxton began as an infant, learning to swim safely with Mom, Dad and friends at his swim school. His dream is to one day become such a great swimmer, he will compete in the Olympics. It's never too …

Chasing God's Glory

Author Dorina Lazo Gilmore Young is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate her latest #ChildrensBook Chasing God's Glory. Dorina tells us this is a unique and delightful children’s book about how God’s glory can be found all around us every day. When Zayla asks her mom to describe God’s glory, Mama knows it’s time for an adventure! Together, Mama and Zayla discover how sunrises and dancing, daffodils and green peppers, kind words and loving hugs—and more!—are all reminders of God’s …

Go Left

New York Times bestselling creator Peter H. Reynolds and talented debut author Marc Colagiovanni are on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate an inspirational story about optimism, overcoming adversity, and forging your own path. "One day for no particular reason, nothing was going right. Absolutely positively, nothing was going right. So, I decided to go left..." This author & illustrator team join Jordan Sahley for a wonderful chat about their book that will inspire, affirm, and reassure readers at key milestone …

Cranium Critters

Marie Weller and Paula Vertikoff are on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate their debut #Childrens #PictureBook Cranium Critters. Our guests tell us that in Cranium Critters: Paws at the Pause Place, children will meet Scout and Einstein, two lovable characters who represent different parts of the brain. Scout is the brain's safety pup, who is always on the lookout for potential danger and sends out alerts to the rest of the brain when she detects a threat. Einstein is the …

The Lost Year

Katherine Marsh is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate her powerful #MiddleGrade #Novel The Lost Year. Katherine tells us in the Lost Year we meet thirteen-year-old Matthew who is miserable. His journalist dad is stuck overseas indefinitely, and his mom has moved in his one-hundred-year-old great-grandmother to ride out the Covid pandemic, adding to his stress and isolation. But when Matthew finds a tattered black-and-white photo in his great-grandmother’s belongings, he discovers a clue to a hidden chapter of her …

Heroes By A Hair

Borthers Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey are on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate their new #GraphicNovel Link and Hud, Heroes By A Hair. The brothers tell us that Lincoln and Hudson Dupré are brothers with what grown-ups call “active imaginations.” Link and Hud hunt for yetis in the Himalayas and battle orcs on epic quests. Unfortunately, their imaginary adventures wreak havoc in their real world. Dr. and Mrs. Dupré have tried every babysitter in the neighborhood and are at their wits’ …

This May Be Difficult To Read

Dr Calire Rubman is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate her new book This May Be Difficult To Read. Dr Claire tells us this book is for all parents and will give them the information they need to help their kids develop a love of reading. Dr Claire knows we are living crazy, frenetic lives today. We work 40+ hours per week, shop, cook, clean, do laundry, eat dinner… And somewhere in the middle of all this chaos, we are …