TKC 315 Jason Boog

JasonOliveBoog

Author of Born Reading (with daughter Olive)

Interview starts at 11:27

I knew then that I had come up with a pretty good mix. I knew she had a print book that she liked, and I knew she had an audiobook that she liked, and I knew she had something on the iPad that she could do that would help expand that experience. Anything that you can do to give your child more that they love, to make that experience of reading continue—anything you can do to do that, that’s the important thing.

Show Notes and Links:

News

“Purdue, Amazon to offer students savings on textbooks, provide first-ever on-campus pickup services” at Purdue University News – August 13, 2014

Amazon Campus information page

Purdue Boilermaker accessories at the Purdue Amazon Store

“Books from Amazon in Person” by Carl Straumsheim at Inside Higher Ed – August 14, 2014

“Bookstore Sales Fell 7.9% in First Half of 2014” at Publishers Weekly – August 13, 2014

Tech Tip

Mayday Frequently Asked Questions

OneLook Dictionary Search

Legal definition of monopoly

Interview with Jason Boog

Jason Boog’s web site

Born Reading web site

Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms in a Digital Age—From Picture Books to eBooks and Everything in Between by Jason Boog – $10.37 on Kindle

F Is for Farm by Roger Priddy

American Sign Language sign for “more”

LeVar Burton’s Reading Rainbow website

Elephant and Piggie books by Mo Wilems

Toontastic iPad app by Launchpad Toys

Toontastic Jr. Pirates Puppet Theater

Disney’s Frozen on Amazon Instant Video

Frozen Little Golden Book (Disney)

Tchaikovsky: Album for the Young, The Snow Queen at iTunes and Amazon mp3 store

Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales – First Series (including “The Snow Queen”) at Project Gutenberg

My Story app for iPad

“How – and why – to turn your kid into a bookworm” by Lisa Napoli at KCRW blog (includes audio of interview including Olive)

For questions about anything in Jason Boog’s new book, he invites you to email him at JasonBoog AT Gmail.com

Bartleby & Co. by Enrique Vila-Matas – $9.99 on Kindle, $13.13 in paperback

The Fancy Nancy series by Jane O’Connor on Kindle Audible, and OverDrive

Content

100 Children’s Books to Read in a Lifetime – compiled by the Amazon Book Editors

Goodreads readers’ ranking of the 100 Children’s books

Open Road Media newsletter subscriptions

Simon & Schuster’s Off the Shelf newsletter

Open Road Media titles available through Kindle Unlimited

Next Week’s Guest

Ripley MacDonald, Amazon Director of Student Programs

Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named “Well, You Needn’t.” This version is “Ra-Monk” by Eval Manigat on the “Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive” CD by Public Transit Recording” CD.

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