It can be difficult to look back on childhood classics. Lots of problematic elements.
Do y'all remember that book, Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade? (You probably have to be an '80s kid.) It gives me shivers when I remember it. I read it so many times.
You took the words right out of my mouth. I've been biting my tongue and saving it for the podcast but ...OOF!
I had to read this book in middle school. I actually think it was my theology class we read it for. Personally I think it deals with some very mature topics as well that I’m not sure we were able to really process back then. But then again we also had to read Where the Red Fern Grows in Fourth grade. Talk about a disaster.
Eeek! I read it in 5th grade in 1988 and loved it. Now I’m scared.
Damn that's fuckin' disappointing :/ it was one of the things I was hoping to get around to reading. Maybe not.
Natasha and Money had a live podcast this year at Loscon. So be prepared for us to discuss laundry, logistics, spaceship repair, sexual harassment complaints, and poo.
Hey there, lovely listeners! I'm here with the episode of Doctor Who in which we find out that the aliens in a previous episode did not all die, and one of them has set up residence in Cardiff and is the mayor there. She's planning to create an explosion big enough to kill millions of people so that...
Everyone say thank you to Anonymous for commissioning me and RoShawn to cover The Perks Of Being A Wallflower as a power couple! If you weren't able to make our Crowdcast, that's a shame because it was a lot of fun (and not everything in a Crowdcast makes it into the final episode) but it's still av...
Hey everyone! It's finally time for RoShawn and I to get started on the 8th book in the Dresden Files series, Proven Guilty! I am really excited about this one. I've been re-listening to it and there's so much about this one that I had forgotten! I can't believe how much happens in this book! These....