I know this about you: you want to make meaningful and lasting connections with your kids.

As a busy homeschooling mom of six, I completely understand that when the house is a mess and the laundry pile is overflowing and life feels just plain crazy, spending a few minutes reading aloud with my kids- even the kids who can read to themselves- is the most important thing I do all day.

It’s an opportunity to be fully present- and that is a gift beyond measure these days.

That’s why we started offering Author Access events at the Read-Aloud Revival… because those moments we spend with our kids during read-aloud time have a profound affect on our relationship.

Introducing our kids to the creators of those stories? Takes everything up a level.

On today’s brand new episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast…

I take you behind the doors of membership and let you listen in on some of our member-only Author Access events.

These are live video streams where kids got to meet authors and ask their questions in real time.

Oh you’re just going to DIE when you hear Andrea Davis Pinkney. (And if you have a child who struggles with schoolwork or who may be dyslexic, I urge you to listen to hear what she has to say about that. 😍).

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Read-Aloud Revival Membership is a place where intentional parents go to get the tools they need to make meaningful and lasting connections with their kids through books.

In membership we help make those kinds of connections in 3 simple steps:

1) First, get equipped by taking a master class or a workshop.

Your enthusiasm is contagious! We have nearly a dozen master classes and whole-family workshops that you can watch right now, at any time that’s convenient for you. See a list of the master classes and workshops currently available →

2) Second, inspire your kids.

Author Access events do this in spades (if you haven’t yet, listen to today’s podcast. Just click the play button above).

As a member, you get immediate access to all 20 of our previous Author Events as video replays. You also get a front row seat at each future monthly Author Access Event. And we’ve got quite the lineup. (Spoiler alert: Tomie dePaola is coming in a couple of weeks.) See the whole list of Author Access events here →

3) Third, tap into a community.

You want to surround yourself with like-minded people who are committed to the same important work you are- of making meaningful and lasting connections with their kids through books.

Just last month one of our members told us that the member forum is “worth it’s weight in gold.”

If you are seeking to create a book-loving culture in your home, one where relationships are rich and meaningful and inspired, you are not alone! We’re all here rooting you on, doing the same thing in our own homes. You’ve found your people.

There’s more to membership… click here to get all the details →

Spring registration closes on April 6th and then won’t re-open until October, so you don’t want to miss it.

—> Click here to become a member

Books from this episode:

Episode 61
The Green Ember
On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
The Seven Silly Eaters
The Snowy Day
Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!
A Poem for Peter
Boxes for Katje
Oh, No!
Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction
The Way Things Work Now
The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: Book I: The Mysterious Howling
When the Sea Turned to Silver

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