Harry Loves Carrots by Laura Baldwin, illustrated by Andy Marlette (broadcast 12-19-2011) Based in a reclaimed, two hundred foot chicken house on a historic farm Garden in the Koop not only produces organic seeds, many that are heirloom, but also charming, colorful children’s books like Harry Loves Carrots, Harry Loves Turnips (Not) and others. Laura succeeds wonderfully in her aim of providing a tool for teaching children about healthy eating while having fun in The Giggling Garden. Check out Garden in the Koop for more information.
Hello Lovers of the Written Word!
Welcome to Carolina Book Beat! To listen in to some really good talk about writing, about poetry, about books and lots more just put your feet up, relax and browse the podcasts .
To find out more about us you can click on the About page below for our story and enjoy exploring the pages as they develop. New things will be coming at a steady pace so stay tuned.
October 12 - The Crime Scene with Eryk Pruitt welcome J David Osborne, Portland author (novels By the Time We Leave Here, We'll Be Friends, Low Down Death Right Easy. and Black Gum, and collection Our Blood In Its Blind Circuit) and publisher of Broken River Books, and Ed Kurtz, Austin author (A Wind of Knives, The Forty-Two, and Angel of the Abyss) in studio, with phone guest author Clayton Lindemuth (Nothing Save the Bones Inside Her) to talk about religion and crime fiction.
October 19 - Mark L. Van Name and David Drake, with co-hosts Mur Lafferty and Samuel Montgomery-Blinn to talk about "Onward, Drake!" a new anthology of original stories and essays inspired by the work of David Drake.
November 9 - The Crime Scene with Eryk Pruitt.