Traitor’s Game, Valuing People of All Cultures
Worlds Awaiting - Season 3, Episode 20
- Jun 4, 2018 5:30 pm
- 29:12 mins
Traitor's Game (2:41) In a true dilemma, you find yourself facing two conflicting options. Which is best? Which do you choose? Our first guest, children’s book author, Jennifer Nielsen, talks about the “dilemma” at the heart of her latest novel, "The Traitor’s Game". The main character must choose between staying true to her beliefs or – well, let’s not give it away. Jennifer Nielsen is a New York Times Bestselling author. Her books include "The Ascendance" trilogy – beginning with "The False Prince"; as well as the "Mark of the Thief" series; and "A Night Divided". Ramona Cutri Valuing People of All Cultures (13:00) Next, Dr. Ramona Cutri, Professor of Multicultural Education at Brigham Young University, chats with Rachel about her experience growing up in poverty as a child of mixed ethnicities. She stresses the importance of children and adults learning more about other cultures that will enable them to have a deeper appreciation of people of other nationalities. And, she also emphasizes – be willing to give people the benefit of the doubt, regardless of what they look like. Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch by Eileen Spinelli Book Review: Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch (24:20) We finish up the show with Katie Griffith, a BYU student who is studying Elementary Education, reviewing a book entitled, "Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch" by Eileen Spinelli.