An eclectic show today! Interlude music: "Olivia Newton John" from the series "Back to Basics: The Essential Collection"
Question: What do you want to hear on this program in 2020? Possible discussion-starters were listed and quoted by Lois. Also some books that you might like but won't be readon the show.
Readings (or possible show topics): "A World That Sings: Favorite Verses by Helen Lowrie Marshall"; "A Handbook of Ethics: A Study of Right and Wrong in High Schools"; "On Friendship" (edited by Louise Bachelder); "The Education of Little Tree"; "We Should All Be Feminists" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (from her TED talk at: https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_we_should_all_be_femi... .
Recommendations: "Songs of Innocence by William Blake" (a modern re-publishing by Dover, from 1871 book); Friends of the Davis Library (davislibraryfriends.org); new shows listed on schedule tab at KDRT.org; "The Education of Little Tree" by Forrest Carter; "Science From Your Airplane Window" by Elizabeth A Wood; "Selections from 'Gift From the Sea' by Anne Morrow Lindbergh" illustrated by William Greer; "Thereby Hangs a Tale: Stories of Curious Word Origins" (pub. Charles Earl Funk) and "Dictionary of Word Origins" by John Ayto.
PS: The strange faux Lois shown here was a gift from Cˆiam. He altered a photo of me and made it stamp from his created postal place of Ruritania. We are both makers of artiststamps (aka faux postage) and have registered our faux countries with a Mail Art organization. (My "Napland" is AML #255.)