Episode 26: What We Read In November

Welcome to Books Boys 26! This month is a stacked show with tons of books and 2 interviews!
Dean has been travelling through time to read books set in the ancient world, and PJ has been reading lots of children's books, plus surprise call-ins by authors Lindsay Sealey (lindsaysealey.com) and J. Reeder Archuleta. 

Books discussed include:

- The Best Good Horse (J. Reeder Archuleta, 2022)
- Made For More (Lindsay Sealey, 2022)
- Yo, Julia (Santiago Posteguillo, 2018)
- Murder In The Garden of Socrates / Mord im Garten des Sokrates (Sascha Berst, 2008)
- Acté (Alexandre Dumas, 1838)
- The Golden Ass / The Metamorphoses of Lucian (Apuleius, C2nd AD)
- Le Morte D'Arthur / Tales of King Arthur (Sir Thomas Malory, 1485; ed. Michael Senior, 1980)

- Ask and it is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires (Esther and Jerry Hicks, 2005)
- Where Are You Going? To See My Friend! (English and Japanese Edition) (Eric Carle and Kazuo Iwamura, 2003)
- American Born Chinese (Gene Luen Yang, 2005)
- Ray (Marianna Coppo, 2020)
- Hair Love (Matthew A. Cherry and Vashti Harrison, 2019)
- Cactus / Saboten (Yoko Kitami, 2005)
- Hilda and the Troll (Luke Pearson, 2010, 2013)
- A Boy Wants a Dinosaur (Hiawyn Oram and Satoshi Kitamura , 1990)
- In the Attic (Hiawyn Oram and Satoshi Kitamura, 1984)
- Me and my Cat? (Satoshi Kitamura, 1999)
- When Sheep Cannot Sleep (Satoshi Kitamura, 1986)
- I have a house / Yo Tengo Una Casa (Claudia Legnazzi, 2001)

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