Kimball Public Library has a podcast!!
Outreach librarian Kate Branstetter interviews library lovers, discusses what’s happening in the library, and explores the quaintness of village life in Randolph, Vermont.
With support by Vincent Freeman of The Underground Recording Studio.
Jonathan Clark, Youth Services Consultant for Vermont’s Department of Libraries joins us at Kimball’s Tiny Table. Jonathan chats about starting a new job during a pandemic, what he is reading (and watching! SO fun!), and provides lots of information for parents and kids. Join us!!
VT Department of Libraries , New York Public Library, stay at home order, Vermont Historical Society, Beanstack: Reading Challenge, Libraries in Vermont, Jason Broughton (State Librarian of Vermont), Census, Audiobooks, Graphic Novels, Episode 4, Green Mountain Book Awards, VT Middle Grade Book Awards, Parent Book Club, Schitts Creek , Supermarket Sweep, Floor is Lava,
Books mentioned: Interested? Click on Links!
Stamped: racism, antiracism, and you – Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynolds
Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist – Judith Heumann
March – John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell
The Listening Corner: Bo Thayer “Earthling”
Get to know Vincent Freeman: the magical sound engineer! Kate enthusiastically interviews Vincent about his work at The Underground Recording Studio, what he’s currently reading, and how he came to call Randolph his home. This episode contains bloopers that Vincent would usually edit out! Take a look behind the scenes at all the work he does for Kimball’s Tiny Table and the community. Join us!!
The Underground, exchange programs, Chefs Market, Ska/Punk music, Elizabeth Wilcox, The Gear House, Goldfinger, Talco, ILL
Books mentioned: Interested? Click on the links!
Winnie The Pooh – A.A. Milne (audio book)
In The Studio – Rick Reuben
The Recording Engineers Handbook
The Mixing Engineers Handbook
How to Build a Recording Studio by Bobby Owsinski
Anything the library does not have we may be able to get via Inter Library Loan
The Listening Corner: Natalie Strand “Wild and Free”
After a teeny tiny hiatus (okay, two months! EEK!) Youth Services Librarian, Courtney Bowen joins Kate and Vincent at Kimball’s Tiny Table. We chat about summer reading with LOTS of recommendations. Whether you are eager to escape into a juicy novel or dive into a phenomenal book that examines racism in America, we got you! Also, Vincent brings us round two of the listening corner series! Join us!
Summer Reading Bundles, The Herald, The Quaranzine, Richard Russo, Jason Reynolds, American Library Association, JusticeinJune.org, Sue Grafton, DCF, Green Mountain Book Awards, Rick Reuben, Libby,
Books Mentioned: Interested? Click on the links!
A Little Life – Hanya Yanagihara
East of Eden – John Steinbeck
A Gentleman in Moscow – Amor Towles
The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires – Grady Hendrix
My Best Friend’s Exorcism -Grady Hendrix
Raising White Kids -Jennifer Harvey
The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas
How to be an Antiracist – Ibram X Kendi
Y is for Yesterday – Sue Grafton
All the Greys on Greene Street – Laura Tucker
Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? – Caitlin Doughty
Bloom – Kevin Panetta
James and the Giant Peach – Roald Dahl
The Invited – Jennifer McMahon
Nevernight series – Jay Kristoff
Becoming – Michelle Obama
Dylan Kelley joins the Tiny Table to discuss growing up in Vermont, acquiring his “dream job” at The Herald, and what it is like writing about/for our community. We also talk books, photography and how awesome libraries are!
PLUS!! After the interview, Vincent introduces our new segment The Listening Corner which shares local music! This episode features a new song from local band ADAD! Stay Tuned.
We mention (links in color) :
The Herald, W Eugene Smith, Susan Meiselas, ILL Interlibrary Loan, Arthur Miller, Staff at The Herald, Chelsea, Vermont, Will’s Store, Thorton Wilder, Diane Arbus, Aperture Magazine, Ansel Adams, Shirley Jackson, Carl Sagan, ADAD
Youth Services Librarian, Courtney Bowen stops by to talk books, library programs, and all the terrific resources available to you.
COVID-19, Youth Services Librarian, Storytime, Dorothy Canfield Fisher list, Middle Grade Book Club, Fairy Tale Festival, Virtual Children’s Book Festival (May 1st and 2nd), Mo Willems lunchtime doodles, Overdrive / Libby, Epic!
Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne
Mo Willems’s Elephant and Piggie books
Who Wet My Pants? by Bob Shea
Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys audio books (Poll: which is better?)
Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke
Deep Water by Watt Key
The Golden Compass series by Philip Pullman (book, movie and “HBO: His dark materials” TV show)