009 A Conversation with J.A. Sommer- Author of Zao's Tales
A chat on dyslexia, middle grade fantasy, living in West Africa, and a Charlotte Mason dad's CM experience
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(In this episode Ambre mistakenly uses the word “cliché” while describing the quotability of the text of Zao’s Tales when “maxim” would have been more accurate.)
A book John can’t recall the title of- can you help him out? He recalls it was a kids spy book with possibly a decoder ring on the kid’s hi-top shoes. If you know the book please share it in the comments!
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel (a love or hate series according to John)
A few favorite authors of theology: A.W. Tozer, C.S. Lewis, Oswald Chambers
Ambre’s favorite Edith Nesbit reader on Audible is Cathy Dobson- give your ear a few minutes to adjust to her cadence when listening to a sample.
Books and stories mentioned:
Robinson Crusoe (link is to a side by side comparison from Exodus Books)
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