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The Witches by Roald Dahl

The Hunger Games: Book 1 by Suzanne Collins

Dark Lord of Derkholm by Diana Wynne Jones

The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne

Ptolemy's Gate (The Bartimaeus Trilogy, Book 3) by Jonathan Stroud

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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Tagschildren (9), young adult (9), fiction (8), adventure (7), fantasy (6), alternate universe (5), magic (4), djinn (3), classic (3), humor (2) — see all tags

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About meI am a SLIS student at IUPUI.

About my libraryI love children's and young adult literature! I hope to be a children's or YA librarian one day.

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Member sinceNov 3, 2010

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I like your library, too. You picked classics as well as the hot young adult literature. I enjoyed reading The Secret Garden as it is magical. I liked the part when Mary visits the garden and when Colin starts to walk again. I also read The Hunger Games last year for my S571 class. I am not much of a science fiction person, but I can see its hype because of its brutal reality show setting. I haven't read the other two sequels but would like to as soon as I can. I have read all seven Harry Potter books. I am sorry that they are not my thing; I could not get into them too easily. The movie is coming out on my birthday, but I don't know whether I will watch it on my birthday. I think I would rather have a girls' night out.

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Thank you, Emily. I love Pippi Longstocking. My daughter read it last year for her class. At her school, there is Pippi Day for third grade every year. Kids can dress up as Pippi or their favorite character in the books. She chose Mr. Nilsson the monkey because she does not like to wear her hair in braids. The kids all had a ball on Pippi Day! They played with paper airplanes and spat out watermelon seeds. They also watched the movie. I read the book, but I haven't really watched the movie except for some parts during Pippi Day. It's never too late to read this book.
Hi Emily,
Thanks for friending me. It's nice to see a photo of you - so many names semester after semester with no face to go with it. I see we share no books, but I read Roxaboxen a million times with my sons, as well as Jumanji, and all the Chris Van Allsburg books. As Stacey said, the semester's almost over - hang in there!

Nan
Thanks! I added Rules to my mental list of what to read a long time ago, but lost it at some point. Here's to getting to over Christmas break.
Hi Emily.....
Ohhh great list! I forgot about Secret Garden. How????
Isn't Rules about an autistic child?
Stacey
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