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CollectionsNewcastle Libraries (349), Lit and Phil (458), Kindle (101), Holiday books to read (18), Jenifer Blair (48), Rona (96), To read (166), No longer own (102), Mum's house (51), Penny B (10), ElizabethW (2), County Durham Libraries (21), Gateshead Libraries (11), Northumbria Uni (21), Darlington Libraries (26), Robinson Library (27), Your library (1,224), Wishlist (87), Favorites (1), All collections (2,502)

Reviews128 reviews

TagsChildren's (439), crime (295), love (270), Lit and Phil (203), girlsown (192), Crime (178), UK (153), school story (124), murder (119), children's (104) — see all tags

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Recommendations6 recommendations

About meI'm a lifelong big reader who's also a librarian (surprise surprise!) currently working at the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers. I knew nothing about mining when I started in July 06 but I am learning fast! I am very lucky in that I work next door to the amazing Lit and Phil library - a members library with a huge amount and variety of fiction especially.

About my libraryThe majority of what I read is children's books, also crime and various non-fiction subjects like scrapbooking and books for my librarianship course. I also tag books by where I borrowed them from (so Lit and Phil is a major tag in my library) and subjects where I can.

GroupsBuffy the Vampire Slayer, Build the Open Shelves Classification, Children's Fiction, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Girls Fiction, Librarians who LibraryThing, LibraryThing goes to the Chalet School, Newbery Challenge, Persephone Readers, Read YA Lit

Favorite authorsElinor M. Brent-Dyer, Carola Dunn, Gerald Hammond, Elsie Jeanette Oxenham (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites

Favorite bookstoresBarter Books, Keel Row Books

Favorite librariesNewcastle City Library, Newton Aycliffe Library, North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers Library, The Literary and Philosophical Society (The Lit and Phil)

Other favoritesSeven Stories: The Centre for Children's Books

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Real nameJennifer Hillyard

LocationNewcastle upon Tyne, England

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceFeb 20, 2006

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Hm. Are you actually me? :) Great to meet another KM Peyton fan! I'm trying to figure out if there are any gaps in my collection..
Just dropping by to say hello. I used to lecture in children's literature, so I'm always pleased to find another fan.
I love the idea of being able to track my own reading as well as compare it with others to find new authors.

I've now put nearly all of my own fiction books into my catalogue and I'm now adding library books as well. If only I could have done this throughout my lifetime!

I would like a function to be able to add books that I used to love/own but keep them separate so that they don't affect the 'users with your books' section.
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