Turn The Page – Episode 126a

one hundred and twenty six – part one

Marissa Holiday takes us on a tour of bygone Long Island with a look back at the Kiddie Parks that rose to popularity with the advent of suburbia.

Turn The Page – Episode 126b

one hundred and twenty six – part two

Episode 126 B. Dr. Emily Levesque talks adventures in astronomy! Since the beginning of human history, we’ve observed the stars. But how has technology changed this practice? Emily assures us that today’s astronomers are still star gazing, and chasing excitement while taking their profession to new heights (literally).

Turn The Page – Episode 126c

Episode one twenty six – part three

Described as “Stephen King meets Little House on the Prairie”, Melanie Benjamin’s historical fiction novel “The Children’s Blizzard” will chill you to the bone.

Turn The Page – Episode 125

One hundred and twenty five

Josh Malerman talks to us about horror, the blizzard of Bird Box memes that inhabited the internet, and A House at the Bottom of a Lake, his newest tale of first love, terror, and the strange point where they touch.

Turn The Page – Episode 124b

One hundred twenty four – part 2

From friends who wrote fan fiction to favorites such as The Honey Don’t List, Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings bring their fun, fresh voices to Turn the Page! Listen as Christina and Lauren talk about their (very cool) writing process, and much more.

Turn The Page – Episode 124a

One hundred twenty four – part 1

Julia Fierro and Caeli Wolfson Widger chat about going from best friends and solo authors, to best friends and a team of co-authors in their novel Santa Monica, a thriller and wry social commentary.

Turn The Page – Episode 123

Happy New Year! Turn the Page, the official podcast of the Syosset Public Library has been named on of the Top 35 Library Podcasts you Must Follow in 2020! We look forward to continuing to bring you quality content in 2021.


One hundred and twenty three

We were NOT so Wrong About how frightening Don Bluth’s children’s films were to us children’s of the 80’s, but we loved them anyway. Welcoming back Sarah Marshall of the podcast You’re Wrong About we discuss the impact of three of Bluth’s earliest animated features as they relate to our youth.