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#2 – Laughter Therapy

The Capture (Part 2)

Today’s Reading: The Capture, chapters 16 - 27

Will Soren and Gylfie escape the horrors of St. Aggies? What does it mean to kill off a character in a children’s book? And what in the world is quanking? CJ and PB have the answers.


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ED NOTE: Apologies for chewing or grumble sounds in the final cut, Miles is still learning the ropes as a producer.

Supported by the Moonshot Network

Theme music by Morgan Jackson

Cover Art by Matthias Lissak



Scientific American on Birds and Magnetism

Morris, B. (1974). Young Children and Books on Death. Elementary English, 51(3), 395-398. [http://www.jstor/stable/41387179

Carr, R. L. (1973). Death as Presented in Children's Books. Elementary English, 50(5), 701-705. http://www.jstor/stable/41388049

Gutierres, I. T. et al (2014). Affective Dimensions of Death: Children's Books, Questions, and Understandings. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 79(1), 43-61.