Kate Fuglei on The Soul of a Child about educator Maria Montessori

Our guest today is Kate Fulglei, author of The Soul of a Child: A Novel Based on the Life of Maria Montessori, an Italian educator who founded the child-centered educational approach that still bears her name and is based on scientific observations of children. Listen Now or Subscribe via Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | RSS

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Jule Selbo on Dreams of Discovery about explorer John Cabot

Today’s guest is Dr. Jule Selbo, author of Dreams of Discovery: A Novel Based on the Life of John Cabot who discovered the coast of North America under a commission by Henry VII. Since he was sponsored by the English, his name has gone down in history as John Cabot […]

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Dr. Rosanne Welch on America’s Forgotten Founding Father about Thomas Jefferson’s friend and influencer Filippo Mazzei (interview by Dr. Peg A. Lamphier)

Today’s guest is Rosanne Welch, author of America’s Forgotten Founding Father: A Novel Based on the Life of Filippo Mazzei, an Italian immigrant who befriended Benjamin Franklin in London and then, moved next door to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Together, the men wrote many pamphlets supporting the American Revolution. In one […]

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Stacia Raymond on Grace Notes about film composer Henry Mancini

Today’s guest is Stacia Raymond, author of Grace Notes: A Novel Based on the Life of Henry Mancini, the four-time Academy Award-winning composer of “Moon River” and “The Pink Panther Theme.” But you may not know he also contributed music to cult films like The Creature from the Black Lagoon. […]

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Pamela Winfrey on Marconi and His Muses about inventor Guglielmo Marconi

Today’s guest is Pamela Winfrey, author of Marconi and his Muses: A Novel Based on the Life of Guglielmo Marconi, who is best known for inventing the telegraph system and long-distance radio transmissions, work which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1909. Listen Now or Subscribe via Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | RSS

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