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Middle Grade Mavens

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Middle Grade Mavens

Julie Grasso+Pamela Ueckerman

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The Middle-Grade Mavens are two Australian authors reviewing middle-grade children's books. We also chat with authors and illustrators about their inspiration, processes and experience and sometimes we interview publishers and agents to find out more about the industry. Whether you're a writer, school librarian, teacher, or just a book fan, this is for you. Julie Anne Grasso is the author of the Frankie Dupont Mystery series, cupcake enthusiast and part-time library book wrangler. Pamela Uec ...
 
Rob Kent interviews fellow authors, editors, literary agents, and other publishing professionals to discuss the craft and business of producing middle grade and young adult novels. New episode every Saturday. MiddleGradeNinja.com. Rob Kent is the author of BANNEKER BONES AND THE GIANT ROBOT BEES . He runs the popular blog for writers, Middle Grade Ninja, which features interviews and guest posts from authors, literary agents, and other publishing professionals. He also hosts the Middle Grade ...
 
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A Grade

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A Grade

agradepodcast

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A professor and a middle school teacher taste, review, and grade America‘s best coffee roasters, craft breweries, and more. New episodes every Monday at 7am EST! Now available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever else you listen to podcasts!
 
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The Hollow

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The Hollow

Gen-Z Media | Wondery

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Commemorating the 200th anniversary of Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” The Hollow is a modern take on the timeless story of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman. When three 6th graders at Sleepy Hollow Middle School stumble upon a real-life ghost story, they find themselves on the trail of the Headless Horseman himself. Is he truly a terrifying ghoul, or has he been misunderstood for all these years? The Hollow is produced by Gen-Z Media. For more great Gen-Z podcasts v ...
 
Fast-forward 200 years Things are finally getting better. There are cities on the moon. Asteroids are being mined. Everyone has a mecha. Except Praxit. That's about to change. Poor kid. Back to now Future Is Mecha is a science fiction adventure story aimed at smart middle graders and up. It's realistic but fantastic, dramatic but not grim, and sprinkled with humour and big ideas.
 
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Sssh! Periods

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Sssh! Periods

Bronx Prep Middle School

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Sssh! Periods is a biweekly podcast started by seven 8th graders from the Bronx, New York. Every two weeks (ish) Kathaleen, Raizel, Litzy, Caroline, Ashley, Jasmin, and Kassy bring listeners their takes on women's issues (which often circle back to periods, as the name of the podcast would suggest). This podcast was originally created as a submission to National Public Radio's first-ever Student Podcast Challenge, which it then won. You can also find us on Apple Podcasts and BuzzSprout.
 
Coverage of the goals, objectives, and curriculum of the middle school/intermediate school. Explores the unique educational and social needs of boys and girls 10-15 years of age who are in grades 5-9. The nature of children in this age group is analyzed in terms of changing times and trends. Prerequisite: Admission I, Educational Foundations 235, Child and Adolescent Development, or equivalent and Educational Foundations 380, Educational Psychology.
 
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We Should Talk About That

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We Should Talk About That

Jessica Buchanan and Jessica Kidwell

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NYT bestselling author of Impossible Odds, Jessica Buchanan, along with fellow writer Jessica Kidwell, attempt to unpack the uncomfortable topics that nobody is talking about, but definitely should. With intention to hold real, authentic, conversation about EVERYTHING, the Two Jess(es) bring their humor and a healthy dose of self-deprecation to the table as they unpack issues relating to PTSD, grief, imposter syndrome, body image, middle age, the plight of the working mom and more.
 
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Emily Barth Isler and I discuss her childhood as an actress featured on ONE LIFE TO LIVE and elsewhere as well as performing for the Clinton White House, and how she eventually transitioned to the family business of writing, the “safe career choice.” We also talk about her new novel, AFTERMATH, how to process trauma through writing, how to take act…
 
Today on Middle Grade Mavens, Pamela reviews, "Pony," by R.J Palacio and Julie reviews, "The Incredible Talking Machine," by Jenni Spangler. Plus Julie chats to Craig Cauchi from Genrecon and Pamela chats to Sam Rutter of Storytorch. Links to Books:https://www.booktopia.com.au/pony-r-j-palacio/book/9780141377056.htmlhttps://www.booktopia.com.au/the…
 
Coffee sourced from specific farms? Processed from Columbian crop to your cup in only 10 days? Sign us up! But how else did Devoción coffee roaster in Brooklyn, New York fair in this week's review? Grab a fresh brew of your choice and join us! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Ins…
 
What does it even mean to be authentic? Most of us don't know, because, as executive coach, Erika Gerdes contends, how can we know what is authentic, if we don't really even know ourselves? Erika challenges the Two Jess(es) to move into a deeper space of true authenticity by recognizing our true identity and embracing ourselves and the awareness of…
 
We might be geeks ourselves, but do we rise into the category of "ubergeeks"? Well, we certainly gave it our best try this week at Ubergeek Brewing Company in Riverhead, NY. How did the brews, vibes, and geekiness stack up to our typical brewery experience? Grab a drink and give a listen to find out! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcast…
 
Dr. Robyn Hanley-Dafoe joins The Two Jess(es) for an authentic and vulnerable conversation about survival, and how equipped we as human beings are, to do hard things. Robyne did one of the hardest things she will ever have to do, and kicked her way out of a sinking car in the middle of a frozen lake during a blizzard outside of Ontario, Canada when…
 
Aura Lewis and I discuss the process of writing and illustrating her newest book, SPECTACULAR SISTERS: AMAZING STORIES OF SISTERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. We talk about how she went from being a freelance artist to working in publishing, the role her MFA played in that transition, designing the credit sequence for the Hulu Show MRS. AMERICA, the impo…
 
We're always on the lookout for our next "A" grade coffee roaster experience. Does this week's journey to Southdown Coffee in Glen Cove, New York make the top tier list? Grab a brew yourself and give a listen to find out! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcas…
 
A deeply emotional memoir by a longtime ESPN writer about the suicide of his son Max and how their complicated relationship led him to see grief as love. In February 2015, Ivan Maisel received a call that would alter his life forever: his son Max’s car was found abandoned in a parking lot next to Lake Ontario. Two months and countless harrowing hou…
 
Alda P. Dobbs and I discuss writing about the Mexican Revolution as well as her own family’s history in her new novel, BAREFOOT DREAMS OF PETRA LUNA, and then translating that story into a second language. We talk about how Alda gained confidence as a writer, the advice she received from Avi, how she applied for grants and became “hardheaded,” foun…
 
We've been to all sorts of breweries, but what about what could be considered as a "dive" brewery? Well, if you've ever been curious about finding one, then Lithology might be the spot! Check out how we liked it in this week's episode! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @…
 
What if...we turned immersive entertainment into our greatest tool for healing and growth? This is the question that drives Alex Kaplan every day, and what led him to form the non-profit Of Substance. By using story telling in the form of mini movies to deliver an immersive experience that heals through depicting addiction- the struggle and triumph…
 
Michelle Jabès Corpora, Samantha M. Clark, and I discuss their new series AMERICAN HORSE TALES. We talk about Michelle's experience as an editor for Harper Collins, a concept developer, and a ghostwriter, as well as Samantha's experience as a journalist, a managing editor, and the regional advisor for the Austin chapter of the Society of Children's…
 
Little downtown vibes? Specialty coffee products? Sign us up! But what's the final overall letter grade? Join us this week as we taste, review, and grade Flux Coffee in Farmingdale, NY! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcast for more pics and updates! Want to…
 
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and in order to raise more awareness around the rising diagnosis of type I diabetes in children. The Two Jess(es) sit down with Nurse Practioner and certified diabetes care and education specialist, Ellie Kagan, for an incredibly informative conversation on type 1 diabetes and how it affects children wi…
 
David Neilsen and I discuss the advantages of traditional publishing and independent publishing and why he transitioned to a hybrid author with his newest release, LILLIAN LOVECRAFT AND THE HARMLESS HORRORS. We also talk about his time as a screenwriter, how he narrated his own audiobooks, book marketing, hosting murder mystery parties, leading gho…
 
Today on Middle Grade Mavens, Pamela reviews, Wandi by Favel Parrett, Illustrated by Zoe Ingram, and "Enola Holmes and the black barouche," by Nancy Springer. Julie reviews, "Powerful Princesses," by Angela Buckingham, Illustrated by Anne Yvonne Gilbert, and "Courageous Queens," by Angela Buckingham, Illustrated by Debora Islas. Where to find Wandi…
 
Next stop? Follow the tracks and join us at Trax Coffee Roasters in Beacon, New York to hear more about this unique spot! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcast for more pics and updates! Want to help fuel our coffee roaster and brewery reviews? Leave us a ti…
 
In follow up of their first conversation with representatives from the Nicole Addimando Community Defense Committee, The Two Jess(es) talk with Justine van der Leun, investigative journalist and host of the true crime podcast, Believe Her, produced by Lemonada Media. Through this six part series, Justine explores true crime as it comes to us, upsid…
 
The Speed City Sisters in Crime return to the scene of the… podcast? Returning for their first appearance since episode 79, they’ve just released a new anthology, TRICK OR TREATS: TALES OF ALL HALLOWS EVE. I sit down with authors Ross Carley, Diana Catt, Mary Ann Koontz, Elizabeth Perona, Tony Perona, Karen Phillips, and Elizabeth A. San Miguel, to…
 
Heather Ordover narrates legendary American author Washington Irving’s enduring classic, “Sleepy Hollow,” originally published in 1820 in Irving’s collection, The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. The tale, among the earliest examples of American fiction with enduring popularity, is set in 1790 in the countryside around the Dutch settlement of …
 
Heather Ordover narrates legendary American author Washington Irving’s enduring classic, “Sleepy Hollow,” originally published in 1820 in Irving’s collection, The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. The tale, among the earliest examples of American fiction with enduring popularity, is set in 1790 in the countryside around the Dutch settlement of …
 
Heather Ordover narrates legendary American author Washington Irving’s enduring classic, “Sleepy Hollow,” originally published in 1820 in Irving’s collection, The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. The tale, among the earliest examples of American fiction with enduring popularity, is set in 1790 in the countryside around the Dutch settlement of …
 
Heather Ordover narrates legendary American author Washington Irving’s enduring classic, “Sleepy Hollow,” originally published in 1820 in Irving’s collection, The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. The tale, among the earliest examples of American fiction with enduring popularity, is set in 1790 in the countryside around the Dutch settlement of …
 
There's nothing like a brewery with a solid theme, local vibes, and distinct beer. So how does Two Way Brewing Company in Beacon, New York stack up to the competition? Grab a drink of choice and give a listen to find out! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcas…
 
Heather Ordover narrates legendary American author Washington Irving’s enduring classic, “Sleepy Hollow,” originally published in 1820 in Irving’s collection, The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. The tale, among the earliest examples of American fiction with enduring popularity, is set in 1790 in the countryside around the Dutch settlement of …
 
When Karen Allen was 29 years old, she was a wife, a mother of a two year old, and had the whole wide world ahead of her. And then, it all fell apart- and in the space of a breath, her life was completely derailed, and a new one began, when an armed shooter walked into her husband's Crossfit studio, and shot him in the head, killing him instantly. …
 
Diana Rodriguez Wallach and I discuss cults, demonic possession, and writing YA horror in her new novel, SMALL TOWN MONSTERS. It’s a Halloween-themed episode, so we talk about Ed and Lorraine Warren, Stephen King, and that time Diana lived in a haunted house. Writing occasionally comes up as well, so we also discuss her journey through multiple lit…
 
Today on Middle Grade Mavens, Pamela reviews, "The What On Earth Institute of Wonder," by Lisa Nichol, and "My Brother Ben," by Peter Carnavas, and Julie reviews, "The Magic of Magnolia Moon," by Edwina Wyatt, and "Shadowghast," by Thomas Taylor. Plus Andy Griffiths stops in for an interview about his latest book with Terry Denton, "The 143 Story T…
 
Is Hudson Valley Brewery the fall destination craft beer outing you're looking for? Join us this week as we enjoy this very unique style brewery in Beacon, New York! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcast for more pics and updates! Want to help fuel our coffe…
 
In this supportive, life-saving resource, the New York Times bestselling author of The Gift of Failure helps parents and educators understand the roots of substance abuse and identify who is most at risk for addiction, and offers practical steps for prevention. Jessica Lahey was born into a family with a long history of alcoholism and drug abuse. D…
 
My friend, Sarah J. Schmitt, and I discuss her path to publishing IT’S A WONDERFUL DEATH her newest novel, WHERE THERE’S A WHISK, and why you should never give anyone else power over your art. She shares how she found her editor on Twitter, how she secured her literary agent, and how she survived the collapse of her publisher. We also chat about au…
 
Is there any coffee like Dave's Coffee? Check out this week's coffee roaster review and grade as we finish up our Providence Rhode Island tour! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcast for more pics and updates! Want to help fuel our coffee roaster and brewery …
 
Meet Zach Gottlieb, the "TEEN Instagrammer" who is getting guys and other teens to talk about their mental health, in particular those issues related to male feelings and toxic masculinity. In this episode, the Two Jess(es) are blown away by this teen's articulate way of expressing his experiences and observations around his own mental health, as h…
 
Gayle Forman and I discuss her career from a journalist for SEVENTEEN to a celebrated YA novelist and the launch of her first MG book, FRANKIE AND BUG. She describes the experience of having IF I STAY adapted into a film and tells an excellent ghost story. We chat about WE ARE INEVITABLE, writing to get out of poverty, how there is no promised land…
 
I might keep mistakenly calling them "monkier", but maybe that's just the craft beer working its magic? Join us this week as we visit and grade Moniker Brewery in Providence Rhode Island! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcast for more pics and updates! Want …
 
Gila Pfeffer is more than just the mom who knew too much, she takes the bull by the horns in every part of life, including her health- and she was going to make damned sure she was going to laugh the whole time too! While in the throes of motherhood, Gila, who lost her mother and grandmother in their 40's from breast cancer, found out she did indee…
 
Two-time Newberry Award winner and one of my childhood heroes, Katherine Patterson, and I discuss how she transformed from a “mediocre writer” to a Living Legend (so designated by the Library of Congress in 2000). We chat about her newest novel, BIRDIE’S BARGAIN, how Hollywood demanded a sequel to BRIDGE TO TERABETHIA, the time she kissed Robert Pa…
 
Today on Middle Grade Mavens, Pamela reviews, "Dragon Skin," by Karen Foxlee, and Julie reviews, "Seven Wherewithal Way," by Samantha-Ellen Bound. Plus Karen and Sam both stop by in for an interview. About: Dragon Skin: How to save a dragon:1)Assemble equipment. Water, Weet-Bix, sugar, syringe, sticky tape, scissors.2)Believe in everything.Pip neve…
 
A California themed vibe at a coffee roaster in New York? Big time! But what about our full grades? Join us this week as we discuss this unique spot in this week's coffee roaster review! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out on Instagram @a_grade_podcast for more pics and updates! Want t…
 
Rajani LaRocca and I discuss the importance of finding a community of writers and how that led her to publication, as well as her newest novel, MUCH ADO ABOUT BASEBALL. We talk about the “slight fairytale” that led her to finding her literary agent, her time as a pitch wars mentor, plantsing, coordinating publicity and school visits (even during a …
 
We’ve launched a hilarious new Gen-Z Media show that features some of the world’s best improv comedians. Here’s the first episode, and there’s plenty more over on the Nice To Meet You feed so be sure to head on over and subscribe!On his private space station high above Earth, Professor Burkhead has begun conducting a ground-breaking social experime…
 
Great vibes, great people, and great coffee? At Fundati Coffee in Lincoln, Rhode Island, the answers are yes, yup, and oh yeah! But what about our full grades? Join us this week as we discuss this wonderful spot in this week's coffee roaster review! Find our episodes wherever you listen to podcasts, including... Apple Podcasts Spotify Check us out …
 
This episode is a little different as the Two Jess(es) play a different role. JessK interviews JessB on her newest project, The Project You Collective, along with her two business partners, Rebekah Gregory, survivor of the Boston Marathon Bombings, and Loren Buchanan, creative director and founder of Buchanan Creative Group. A transformational coac…
 
Yep, that's right. The WeSTAT guest this week is JessK- and she is sharing her heart behind her newest project, Neuroversity Podcast- a solo podcast that aims to dive deeper into the areas of neurodivergence, giving a voice to those who might not normally get to speak up and speak out about neurodiversity and all that entails. This episode is infor…
 
Jessica Vitalis and I chat about her debut novel, THE WOLF’S CURSE. And we have a detailed discussion about the six-figure, two-book deal her agent, Sara Crowe, negotiated for her. We also talk about how Erin Entrada Kelley fell in love with Jessica’s book and helped her secure that vital representation. And we chat about the time Jessica was visit…
 
Today on Middle Grade Mavens, Pamela reviews, "Night Ride Into Danger," by Jackie French, as well as "The Wolf's Howl by A.L. Tait. And Julie reviews, "Treasure In the Lake," by Jason Pamment, who also stops in for an interview!Buy books: Night Ride into Danger by Jackie French | 9781460758939 | BooktopiaThe Wolf's Howl, A Maven & Reeve Mystery Boo…
 
Few breweries have seen as much recent success as Tilted Barn Brewery in Exeter, Rhode Island. In fact, they've grown so much that their new, bigger barn might not be tilted--but their beers will certainly send you wobbling. Check out our full thoughts on this unique farm-style setting in this week's episode of A Grade Podcast! Find our episodes wh…
 
This week, The Two Jess(es) sit down with Rachel Peru, a curvy, silver-haired model, and body confidence activist, hailing from the UK. Rachel started her modeling career at 46, and offers so many insights about body image, aging, and her feelings around honoring her body by wearing beautiful, sexy lingerie. Life is the special occasion- so why wai…
 
Becky LeJeune and I chat about how she went from being a criminal justice major while working in a Walden Books to an editor and now a literary agent with the Bond Literary Agency. We talk about how she evaluates manuscripts, why you don’t want to convince an agent to represent a genre they’re not currently selling in, advice about finding comp tit…
 
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