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  • Surviving Katrina and Life in Its Disaster Zone

    Almost two years after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, many stories are just now emerging from the flood. Joshua Clark has one of those stories to tell. A survivor of the hurricane who chose not to evacuate, Clark became a correspondent for both NPR and Slate during the storm’s aftermath. He’ll join us this hour […]

  • Harry Potter and the Impact on Children's Literature

    Have you finished the latest Harry Potter book yet? We’ll discuss the Harry Potter phenomenon this hour and its place in literature for children (and adults) with Dr. Jean Greenlaw, Professor Emeritus of Education at the University of North Texas and Debby Jennings, Head Librarian at Fort Worth’s Country Day School and Adjunct Professor in […]