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2018 Spring Read: Live, On-Air Book Discussion THIS SUNDAY!


Book lovers, mark your calendars! On Sunday, May 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. CST, HPPR Radio Readers invites you to a live, on-air, book discussion for the 2018 Spring Read: "WWI-Perspectives."

Don’t miss a spirited discussion of our four books with panelists from Panhandle-Plains Historical MuseumBethel College, & High Plains Public Radio + educators from across our region! The panelists will explore themes raised in the discussion of the book through contributed Radio Reader BookBytes. Plus, it will stream live on HPPR's Facebook page!

2018 Spring Read WWI – Perspectives

War Horse (Michael Morpurgo)

Burning Beethoven (Erik Kirschbaum)

A Son at the Front (Edith Wharton)

Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I in Poetry and Comics (Chris Duffy, ed.)


Michael Grauer, Archivist / Historian: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum (Canyon, TX)

Kip Wedel, Historian: Bethel College (North Newton, KS)

Jonathan Baker, Writer/Reporter: High Plains Public Radio (Canyon, TX)

Lynne Hewes, English educator: Retired (Cimarron, KS)

Lynn Boitano, Educator/Announcer

Kathleen Holt, Coordinator: HPPR Radio Readers Book Club