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CollectionsYour library (310), Currently reading (2), All collections (310)

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Tagsteen fiction (242), young adult fiction (206), juvenile fiction (52), realistic fiction (51), fantasy (46), friendship (43), family (37), historical fiction (30), mystery (29), science fiction (28) — see all tags

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About meI am a Teen Librarian and I love reading young adult/teen fiction. I am also able to get a few adult books in there once in a while. I like some nonfiction, especially if it is a biography or reads like a novel.

About my libraryMy library consists of mostly teen fiction and other books that I've read to keep up with young adult reading.

GroupsHogwarts Express, Read YA Lit

Real nameChristy

LocationIndiana

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Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/queenteenlibrarian (profile)
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Member sinceJul 17, 2006

Currently readingHitch by Jeanette Ingold
The Final Four by Paul Volponi

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