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Tagspicture book (12), fiction (9), love (9), romance (7), fantasy (7), family (6), humor (6), Patricia Polacco (5), children's literature (5), Nicholas Sparks (5) — see all tags

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About meI am a media specialist in Polk County, Georgia. I have been an educator for eleven years and have quite a collection of children's picture and chapter books. I am married with two children. My hobbies include reading, watching Georgia football (Go Dawgs!), and spending time with my family and friends.

About my libraryMy collection is mostly made up of children's books. I usually give the books that I read for pleasure away so that others can enjoy them.

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Member sinceApr 8, 2012

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I used to love Cleary books about Ramona and Henry when I was a little girl. I might like to read one to my students. We could compare Ramona and Junie B.

I see you're into the Twilight series. Been there, done that, and it was good.

So for adult reading, you'd recommend N. Sparks?

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