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CollectionsYour library (236), Currently reading (2), All collections (236)

Reviews6 reviews

TagsYA Fiction (8), Adventure (6), YA Fantasy (6), Action (5), Drama (5), Philosophy (3), Holocaust (3), Non-Fiction (2), YA Science Fiction (2), Historical Fiction (2) — see all tags

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About meI am a sixth grade math and science teacher. I love to read and write young adult fiction. I have written two children's books for a religious publisher: Trouble with Mr. Tremblay and

About my libraryI began with books that I have read just this year. I will continue to add them as I read them.

GroupsHogwarts Express, Read YA Lit


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Real nameRobert Douglas

LocationPittsfield, MA

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Member sinceJun 29, 2008

Currently readingThe Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 3) by Rick Riordan
Fire Eternal (Dragon) by Chris D'Lacey

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I appreciated your review of Math Doesn't Suck. I'm the parent of a sixth-grader who's struggling with her transition from Everday Math (argh!) to real math. I heard about McKellar's book and thought I'd check with a fellow Librarything member to gain more perspective. Have you looked at McKellar's website? There are a number of useful resources noted there.

Thanks again for your review.
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