As summer heats up, what's better than to cool off and read some good books? Two Idaho authors talk with Marcia Franklin about their works and also recommend books to read.
Tony Doerr is the author of the short story collection "The Shell Collector," which recently won first place in Barnes and Noble's "Discover Great New Writers" competition. Heather Parkinson is the author of "Across Open Ground," a novel about a sheepherder in Idaho during the First World War.
Full Show: "Good Summer Reading 2003"