Maggie Reads

My Mission...Not Impossible...Make Mississippi Read!

Episodes

Saturday Oct 04, 2008

    Can the new Amazon Kindle be the answer to textbook weight woes? Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran!

Friday Sep 26, 2008

 Just on a dare three college students climb a giant redwood and discover a whole ecosystem unknown to man!  Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

Sunday Sep 21, 2008

  Mississippi autobiographies mentioned:   Richard Wright's Black Boy   Mildred Topp's Smile Please   Eudora Welty's One Writer's Beginnings   Anne Moody's Coming of Age in Mississippi   Edward Cohen's The Peddler’s Grandson   Kevin Sessums' Mississippi Sissy   Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

Sunday Sep 07, 2008

  Why are we attracted to certain plants?  Michael Pollan explains, through four different examples (apple, tulip, marijuana, and potato), mankind is swayed by sweetness, beauty, intoxication, and control. Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

Saturday Sep 06, 2008

The NWCC Reading Round Table met Aug 26, 2008 to discuss this book.  A lot of thoughts hit the room, and many found it hard to be silent.  Good Stuff!  This is not an audio of the meeting, but rather a booktalk to encourage participants to read.  This article appeared in the papers 2 weeks before we met.  Booktalk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

Wednesday Sep 03, 2008

   The perfect book in which to anchor The Southern Reading Challenge of 2008! Book Talk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

Wednesday Sep 03, 2008

    New young adult (YA) fiction for 2008! Book Talk written and performed by Maggie Moran.

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