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L. Frank Baum
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- Today's review: Heart's Blood by Juliet Marillier, with references to Beauty and the Beast, and Jane Eyre ow.ly/lhZjC 8 hours ago
- RT @randomhouse: "The love of books is among the choicest gifts of the gods."― Arthur Conan Doyle, born May 22, 1859 11 hours ago
- Wow...professionalism in Starfleet has generated a LOT of discussion on my blog...surprising but fun! ow.ly/lhWJ8 13 hours ago
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One of my favorite funny authors growing up (and still, to some extent) was Gordon Korman. Several of his books still make me laugh out loud, after repeated reading. One of my favorites, for its humor and its philosophy, is … Continue reading
First, a bit of business–the first post for the Going Postal group read goes up a week from tomorrow. I contacted everyone who let me know they were interested, but there’s still plenty of time to join in–so let me … Continue reading
I first read The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton in 7th grade. It was one of the major book projects of the year, and I remember the teacher passing out a boxful of battered black paperbacks. I don’t think my copy … Continue reading
Have you ever felt that you’re not quite like anyone else around you? I’m guessing most people have felt that way at some time or another–and that feeling is at the center of The Ashwater Experiment by Amy Goldman Koss. … Continue reading