Books & Bites Podcast, Episode 25
Each month, JCPL librarians bring you book recommendations and discuss the bites and beverages to pair with them. On this episode, we discuss books with strong girl characters in honor of National Women’s History Month.
- Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi
- Gracefully Grayson by Ami Polonsky
- Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson
- Global Baby Girls by The Global Fund for Children
- Gator, Gator, Gator by Daniel Bernstrom, illustrated by Frann Preston-Gannon
- Louisiana’s Way Home by Kate DiCamillo
- Goldie Vance by Hope Larson and Brittney Williams
- Aru and her Pandava sister Mini are lucky that Mini had a few Oreos stashed in her bag when they were whisked away to fight the Sleeper. Pick up a package or try your hand at making your own with a recipe out of Stella Parks’ cookbook, Bravetart.
- For a cup of comforting chai like Kamala Khan wishes for after getting her powers from the previous Ms. Marvel, try the Chai Masala Spice Mix and recipe for a cup of tea from Meera Sodha’s book Made in India.
- Bake a marble cake along with the characters in Louisiana’s Way Home. This vegan marble cake uses vinegar and baking soda in place of an egg, a Depression-era trick that results in light, moist cakes.
- The next time you’re at Disney World, pass up the Mickey-shaped ice cream bars in favor of the Citrus Swirl. It’s the perfect Floridian treat to pair with the Goldie Vance comic book series.