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About meI'm a children's librarian in Southern Indiana and I write the blog abbythelibrarian.com.

About my libraryBooks in this library are not books I necessarily own, but books that I've read. Most were checked out from the library. For more extensive reviews of some titles, check out my blog.

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Hi AbbyLibrarian,
I just finished reading [The Disappearing Spoon] and was reading the other reviews. Since you "listened" to it (my favorite accompaniment to walking), I was wondering what they did with the * (endnotes). Did they interrupt the narrative to jump to them or did they just ignore them? For the most part, they were highly anecdotal and fun, too.

Susan
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Hi Abbylibrarian, just wanted to let you know I liked your review of Black Elk's vision. I just started this book last night with my son and found your review helpful as I get started. Many happy regards!
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