Good Morning momto2blessings, thanks for the compliment on our blog :)
I have not listened to TtC. However, I just grabbed the book off the shelf and read this....
"You will find that the seminar is divided into six lessons. Each session focuses on one area of literacy analysis. The first session gives an overview for why we should study literature and examines literary style using Longfellow's poem, Paul Revere's Ride. The second session examines plot and conflict using Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit while the third session explores setting using Kipling's Rikki Tikki Tavi. Character and Theme are presented using an excerpt from Twain's Tom Saywer and Tolstory's Martin the Cobbler, respectively. To sum up the seminar, Adam gives teachers the opportunity to teach the famous poem Casey at the Bat. The lectures are dynamic and engaging, so your students may enjoy watching the seminar with you."
"After you watch the seminar, you can practice what you have learned on any other piece of literature. The principles apply to picture books, historical readers, biographies, classics, poetry, movies and plays - anything, in fact, that tells a story. If you need some suggestions, the syllabus provides graded book lists for students of all ages."
That gives an overview of each recorded session. TtC can be used with students of all ages as it is a method of teaching. Where as, LL is a currciula so to speak for Jr/Sr High students. Yes, they use some of the same books, however, once you learn the TtC socratic method, you can use it with any book.