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Show # 88 – 04/08/13


Welcome to Kari Moran’s BookRadio Show!


Each week, you’ll hear about three new and notable


Non-Fiction, Literary Fiction and Self-Help Books


So, speakers on! For an engaging and informative hour of conversations with Kari's Guest Authors



●Emily Bazelon 


●Ann Hood 

●Richard Cheu




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Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


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Defeating The Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering The Power of Character and Empathy


Emily Bazelon

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From schoolyard fights to taunting in high school hallways to "Facebook Thuggery", bullying is still around but it's much more insidious in the Digital Age. Ask any teenager and most will tell you its "just drama" and some of it genuinely is. But pathological meanness delivered directly or by cyber-bullying can plunge its young victims into depression or even suicide. In her comprehensive new book, Kari talks with "Slate" Senior Editor and Lawyer Emily Bazelon who offers teens, parents and educators a better understanding of what bullying is...and isn't...and the best ways to help kids get through it.




Chapter 2: Literary-Fiction


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Ann Hood

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What was life like for women living and loving in the 1920's or the 1960's? "The Obituary Writer" tells the stories of Claire and Vivien –two very different women struggling with love, loss and society's expectations across two generations. "The Obituary Writer" is Vivien Lowe, whose lover disappears in the San Francisco earthquake. She relieves her heartache by helping others deal with their grief. Claire, obsessed with the glamour of Jackie Kennedy, is a young wife and mother feeling confined and restless in a seemingly perfect middle-class marriage. Kari talks with award-winning novelist Ann Hood about these women and their surprising connection.




Chapter 3:“All About e”


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Chapter 4: Self-Help

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A Practical and Spiritual Guide


Richard Cheu

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Each year, thousands of people are diagnosed with chronic illnesses like Diabetes, Heart Disease and Multiple Sclerosis. There are four key components to the grief they feel: Shock, Anger, Resistance and Acceptance. But many have difficulty with the process and are blocked by fear and negativity. Kari talks with former Neurophysiologist, EMT and stress management Consultant, Richard Cheu, who counsels patients as an ordained Deacon with the New York Archdiocese. His insights, from his own personal experience, can help you or someone you love apply positive psychology and personal spirituality to successfully deal with a chronic condition.



Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up


Kari asks Books Fans “what are you reading...would you recommend it?