Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Read-Aloud Revival Membership Site Is Up!

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Hey, friends! Have you had a chance to listen to the Read-Aloud Revival Podcast with Sarah Mackenzie of Amongst Lovely Things?

If you haven’t, you are missing out! In the podcast, Sarah, author of Teaching from Rest, chats with a wide range of guests about creating a family culture around books and reading aloud. You can listen to talks with Andrew Pudewa, Tsh Oxenreider, Jim Weiss, [cough] me [cough], and many others.

This week, Sarah is launching the Read-Aloud Membership Site with benefits such as podcast transcripts, cheat sheets, worksheet pages, live author events, video workshops, and more! 

Speaking of video workshops…

If you join the Read-Aloud Membership Site, you will be able to watch me talk for over an hour (broken down into six shorter videos) about creating a parent and child book club!

I haven’t had the courage to watch the whole thing [what is it about watching myself on video that freaks me out?], so if you watch it, report back and let me know what you think. [ha!] Some of you who know me in real life already put up with my non-stop talking, so this may not seem like much of a benefit, but…

Really, can one spend too much time talking about books? I don’t think so. Go check it out!


Kristin Knight said...


You and Sarah Mackenzie have inspired me to set up a very simple - super simple - blog to help foster a love of reading in others. I just posted about how helpful your workshop on the Read Aloud Revival Membership Site is, as I was able to preview it as a beta tester before the site launched. Thank you for contributing to it!

Heidi said...

Thank you for all your kind words here and on your blog, Kristin! I'm glad to hear that you think the workshop will be helpful. It was good for me to step outside my box and do something that challenged me. :)

Unknown said...

I'm really excited about this!

Ilya said...

I remember a bookstore in Jamaica doing a campaign to encourage families reading aloud. I think regular reminders of its importance help society.