Host Dennis Leap discusses Hemingway’s philosophy of life as spoken through the character Santiago
Host Dennis Leap and James Brandon discuss pride, sin and suffering as seen with the character Santiago.
Deborah Leap, Robert Harmon & Dennis Leap discuss love & respect for parents and seniors, fishing, perseverance, and thoughts on retirement based on the characters of Santiago and Manolin.
Host Dennis Leap explains what led Ernest Hemingway to write The Old Man and The Sea and also leads a new panel in discussion of the major themes in this small masterpiece.
Host Dennis Leap explains the guideline he is following to choose books for Just the Best Literature and conducts the first panel discussion on The Old Man and the Sea with three Herbert W. Armstrong College English Language Literature students.
Host Dennis Leap and Trumpet writer Jeremiah Jacques discuss why reading books is important for an adult’s brain and mental health. Jeremiah Jacques discusses current studies about the positive effects reading has on Alzheimer’s patients.
This program discusses the need for parents to read books to their infants and young children in order to build the love and habit of reading.
For good tips on how to start a reading program with your infants and young children listen to discussion provided by Rachel Hyde (stay-at-home mom) and Mrs. Anita Burks, 3rd & 4th grade teacher at Imperial Academy.
Host Dennis Leap welcomes you to Just the best Literature. He discusses his educational and career background and his goals for the show. His panel for today’s program is teachers Leanne and James Brandon—they discuss the lessons they've learned while teaching adolescents and teens to love books and acquire the reading habit.