Episode 8: Tallulah Adam and Pip Adam talk about Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Waterson

This week Tallulah and I spoke about Calvin and Hobbes – I know, I know, I said it would be Tintin but she changed her mind, although she asked me to to write here that actually we could find the Tintin book. Which we now have.

TokiTallulah and I talk about Calvin and Hobbes, life in the the 1990s and how snakes pee. I feel like Toki has always liked comics. I don’t know if that’s because we have a lot around the house or something else but she really loves reading them. Although she gets a lot of comics through Comixology she still enjoys going to the library and rummaging through the collection there. We love our library so much. They have a really diverse collection with a lot of comics and what they call ‘sophisticated picture books’. In the introduction to this podcast I also get excited about Wellington City Libraries eLibrary, which you can read about here

PerryI also wanted to let you know about an event that’s coming up on January 23 at Mahara Gallery in Waikanae. Jordan Hartt, who I spoke with in the last episode, and I are going to take part in a meeting over books. It should be fun and it would be cool if you could come. There’s more information about the event here

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Finally, if you want to find out more about Dyslexia, the Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand has a helpful website here, which you can access in a few different ways, not all of them lexical.

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Episode 8: Tallulah Adam and Pip Adam talk about Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Waterson

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