Mary Louise Kelly has spent the last two decades as a producer, host and correspondent for NPR and the BBC. In 2004, she launched NPR’s intelligence beat, which covered wars and terrorism. Now she has drawn on all of that real-world knowledge to write her own spy thriller titled Anonymous Sources.
Then, over 20 years ago, Scholastic introduced young readers to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Often called the “Stephen King of children’s literature,” author R. L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and about him writing Red Rain, his latest novel for adults. [Broadcast Date: October 31, 2013]
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