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CollectionsYour library (2), Currently reading (2), Read but unowned (2), All collections (6)

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Tagsfantasy (2), myth (1) — see all tags

About my libraryMy library is a collection of books that were at one time in my classroom. Many have walked away never to return; therefore, my library is in sad need of update.

GroupsLibrarians who LibraryThing, Science Fiction Fans

Favorite authorsPhilip K. Dick (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.missedtheb.us

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Real nameTravis Daily

LocationSellersburg, IN

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs http://www.librarything.com/profile/tdaily (profile)
http://www.librarything.com/catalog/tdaily (library)

Member sinceMar 14, 2006

Currently readingThe Penelopiad: The Myth of Penelope and Odysseus (Myths, The) by Margaret Atwood
Blood Of The Fold: Book 3: The Sword of Truth Series (Gollancz S.F.) by Terry Goodkind

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Travis:
Still teaching or have you moved to a library/media position?
Alisa
Are you still using LibraryThing after you finished S603? How is the school year going? Any job offers?
Alisa
Travis, you have a huge library! You have a great variety of topics covered. I noticed that we shared two books, The Giver and Speak. These are both books that I enjoyed very much from Library Materials for Children and Young Adults. I enjoyed browsing over your library.

Therese OBrien
Travis, you have an incredible amount of books in your catalog, but looking at your member joined date, I see you got a head start. We share two books in common and they were both books I read in last year's children's lit class in SLIS. Were you in that online class with me by chance?

I'm intrigued by this Bruce Weber's Inside Baseball 1986. I couldn't find much info of it on amazon. Was it just like a baseball preview for that season? I'm assuming this isn't the same Bruce Weber who is a Big Ten basketball coach. Anyway, you've got quite an impressive list.

Have fun.

-T. Munn
Hi Travis,

I really enjoyed looking through the books you have listed on this website. I am amazed at how many books you catalogued and at the large variety. You have included everything from the "Bridge to Terabitha"(childrens literature)to the "Bridges of Madison County" (adult literature). Additionaly, you have books on poetry, yoga, reflexology, and "Couplehood". Your profile states you listed books from your classroom library. What grade do you teach?

I think your list also struck me because I have read many of the books you listed, and I would be interested in reading some of the others. I know my daughter would love to read "The Day my Butt went Psycho." She is in grade school, and anything with the word "butt" is funny to her. I'll have to look that one up at our library.

Thanks for the look into your "LibraryThing". Good Luck in the rest of the class.

Linda Share
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