Leading from the Library

Horse Book Nook: Why every library needs a stable of horse books!

Episode Summary

Children love animals, and horses are usually a favorite! Having a stable of horse books for kids makes learning about the natural world both enjoyable and educational. From learning facts to caring for these animals children also can learn lessons on responsibility and self-worth. Our podcast guests will share insights for reaching equine-loving readers.

Episode Notes

Guest Names:  Sarah Malin Nir, Carrie Seim, Dana Plautz

Guest work information/locations:

Sarah: staff reporter at The New York Times, author of “Horse Crazy: The Story of a Woman and a World in Love with an Animal,” and the The Flying Horse series.

Carrie: Author of “Horse Girl” and bestselling “The Flying Flamingo Sisters.” Audible adventure series; former TV writer for Nickelodeon and Kid Correspondent; freelance journalist / based between NYC & LA

Dana: Co-creator & head elf of MrsP.com a free literacy website since 2008 for librarians, teachers & parents, to spark a love of reading and inspire creativity. Named one of the Great Web Sites by the Association for Library Services for children (ALA).

Guest social media

Sarah: @SarahMaslinNir

Carrie: Insta: @carriekseim / Twitter: @ckseim / HorseGirlBook.com / CarrieSeim.com 

Dana: Twitter: @mrspstorytime / MrsP.com / YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/MrsPStorytime