Kids Corner: The Big Hungry Bear

Seven-year-old Tess tells us all about The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear by Don and Audrey Wood.

Kid’s Corner: The mouse and the strawberry

Seven-year-old Tess tells us the plot of her favorite book.

Kids Corner: The best Harry Potter characters

In an extra special extra episode of Kids Corner, Rose and Lizzy give us their favorite Harry Potter characters.

Kids Corner: Meow about Miss Muffet

In today's Kids Corner, Kristen and Juniper tell us what books they like to read together and how much they like cats. Hint: It's a lot!

Kid’s Corner: Telepathic elves

Fifth grader Lily tells us about her favorite fantasy book, Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger. The story is about a young girl who never really fit in but then discovers that she's an elf--but "not a pointy-shoe elf"--and a telepath.

Kids Corner: Playing Doctor with a dragon

Lisa reads I Know a Rhino by Charles Fuge with her daughters Vivian and Eleanor.

Kid’s Corner: Tea with a rhino

What happens when you hang out with a silly Rhino? You get even sillier, of course. Find I Know A Rhino by Charles Fuge at Powell's Books.

Booklandia.tv launches new web channel for book lovers

Readers assemble! Created by a team of journalism students at the University of Oregon in partnership with Powell’s Books, the world’s largest independent bookstore, Booklandia.tv provides compelling content for anyone who has ever loved a good story. We celebrate books, authors, readers, and listeners too.…

Kids Corner: The Girl Who Read

Carson tells Booklandia why Harry Potter is a great--nay the greatest--series of books ever written. J.K. Rowling’s best-selling series transcends age, and Carson shows how relatable these characters are, even years after they were first created. Are you a Hermione or a Luna?…

Kids Corner: What’s the best part about reading?

Fifth grader Owen didn’t expect a book with a title like Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon to catch his attention, but with a crack of the spine he quickly realized you can’t judge a book by its cover.

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