Julia talks about the best book she read in 2015, The Underground Girls of Kabul, which is about the phenomena of raising daughters as sons in Afghanistan called “bacha posh”.
Three Heights Library staff members talk about the best books they read in 2015.
Julia interviews new staff member Beth Hatch what she does as the library’s Special Projects Manager.
Julia talks with Ty Emerson about what he does as the library’s circulation manager.
Julia interviews Michael Crouch of the library’s buildings department about what it’s like to work behind the scenes at the library.
Julia talks with Amia at Noble about her favorite podcasts, and the podcast listening and discussion program called Listen and Learn.
Monica at Noble talks about the Recitation Remixes poetry programs she’s been leading.
Dana in youth services talks about the teen books she’s been reading, and why teen books are relevant for readers of all ages.
Jonathan Wilhelm of Dobama Theatre talks about the upcoming performance of Alice for the Rest of Us, featuring 90.3′s Dee Perry.
Julia and Carole Wallencheck talk about the Wonderland in the Heights interactive exhibit and the drop in Altered Alice art program, both at the Lee Road Gallery on October 17.