I am super-excited today to announce that I have finally recorded my first-ever MrsReaderPants podcast! I’ve been thinking about starting a podcast for about a year now, but I just had no clue where to begin. This morning, the first full day of our Christmas break, I woke up and decided that today, I would make it happen. And I did!
I wanted my first MrsReaderPants podcast to be a booktalk since my blog started years ago as primarily a book review blog. Today’s episode is titled “Top 10 Middle Grade Books My Students Recommend to Me.”
I would LOVE to hear any feedback you may have about the MrsReaderPants podcast. I know it isn’t perfect, so please be gentle! I could not believe how many “ums” and “ands” and throat-clears I had to edit out! I’m already planning my next podcast, which I plan to make available on my blog and on PodBean next Tuesday. It will probably be another booktalk like this episode until I find my feet as a podcaster. After a couple of episodes, I will dive into library ideas, management tips, and lessons.If you are looking for some great books to read (or maybe for a holiday gift for the middle schooler in your life), these are very popular, student-tested and approved titles in my library.
I will post all future podcasts on this blog and to my new podcasting host, PodBean. I’m also researching how I can add it to iTunes and Stitcher, so stay tuned for that! It’s a good thing it’s Christmas Break right now because that is how I finally have the time to put this project together.
Podcast music by Little Candle and used within the Creative Commons license and TOU.
TITLES FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:
Episode 50 of the “What Should I Read Next?” podcast by Modern Mrs. Darcy–These podcasts are a must-listen for book lovers! Prepare for a huge increase in your TBR!