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Tagsfiction (987), sf (346), 1990s (248), nonfiction (184), ya (169), fantasy (163), historical (136), audio (135), 2011 (116), 2010 (103) — see all tags

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Hi, I just joined this site. I noticed that you're interested in parenting books. Have you read The Ultimate Guide for Stay at Home Parents? Here's a link: http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Guide-Stay-at-home-parents-Robert-Koger/dp/098156...
Have you read the first volume of Octavian? I loved it from the first read, overnight at BookExpo in 2006. I just taught it in a children's literature class, which meant rediscovering its richness. I just got the ARC for volume II, and pretty much played hooky on my entire life to read it straight through. I only hope that the YA label won't completely keep this story out of adult hands, because what Anderson has to say about the history of race and slavery in this country is so necessary and timely and urgent.
Hi -- I see you have Octavian II entered into your library. Have you read it yet? I'm about half way through, and would love to talk about it if you're interested.

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