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


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


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Member sinceJul 17, 2006

Currently readingHitch by Jeanette Ingold
The Final Four by Paul Volponi

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