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Book Week Comes To WRBH Next Monday!

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Starting Monday, June 26th to Friday, June 30th, WRBH will begin our third annual Book Week! During that time, we’ll be switching from our regular schedule to play some of our favorite books from the last few years so that our staff can do some organizing and housekeeping. 

The Newspaper of the Air will remain at its regularly scheduled time of 7AM to 9AM, but will not be accepting any other volunteers during from Monday to Friday. Our regular schedule will resume on Saturday, July 1st and all book segments not finished will pick back up where they left off the next week.

And here is the official schedule for the week: 

Monday, June 26th – Friday, June 30th

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi and read by Ellen Hazard (6AM-7AM)

Newspaper of the Air (7AM – 9AM)

Swing Time by Zadie Smith and read by Lisa Houck (9AM – 12PM)

Downstream Towards Home by Oliver Houck and read by Cameron Gamble (12PM-2:PM)

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and read by Allison Freeman (2PM – 4PM)

Modern Lovers by Emma Straub and read by Jane Trucksis (4PM-6PM)

Into Thin Air by John Krakauer and read by Ellen Hazard (6PM – 8PM)

A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy O’Toole and read by Rosanna Shepherd (8PM-11PM)

All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque and read by Naomi Orlansky (11PM-1AM)

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (1AM-5AM)

Peter Pan by J.M. Barry and read by Julie Schwarz (5AM-6AM)

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