HPPR Radio Readers Book Club
The HPPR Radio Readers Book Club hopes that the holidays will bring you ample time to read after a full day’s activities with family and friends!
Our holiday tradition will continue with two presentations of A Carol Dickens Christmas, with reading and commentary by author Thomas Fox Averill. Of course, you’ll find the book at your favorite bookseller’s if you want to read along.
The 2020 Spring Read – Radio Waves is right around the corner. We hope you enjoyed the selections from the 2019 Fall Read: Navigating Uncharted Waters – Past, Present and Future.
Just in case you’re in a reading or book-giving frame of mind, we’re posting the book lists from 2019. And don’t forget to scroll back and listen to BookBytes from this fall and from previous seasons! You’ll find them below.
The theme Radio Waves will explore the medium of radio in several different ways this upcoming spring. From the role of radio on the plains of Texas during the 1930s to the wisdom and perspective found in the biography of Edward R Murrow or the antics of “Border Radio: Quacks, Yodelers, Pitchmen, Psychics, and Other Amazing Broadcasters” we’ll explore the power of radio as a medium to bring the world to our doorsteps.
If you’re interested in joining the Radio Readers Steering Committee, serving as a book leader or contributing a Radio Readers BookByte, simply contact Kathleen Holt at email@example.com for more information. Become an HPPR Radio Reader today! Click here to join the Book Club—and stay informed by liking our Facebook page!
To download materials from previous seasons of the Book Club, please visit our archive.
HPPR Radio Readers Book Club is made possible in part by a generous contribution from Radio Readers Lon Frahm of Colby, KS and Lynne Hewes of Cimarron, KS. Please join us in thanking them for their support!