Re If you're really bored

Ian W. Riddell iwriddell at charter.net
Wed Oct 30 09:32:48 EST 2002


On Tuesday, October 29, 2002, at 11:36  PM, Sally Odgers wrote:

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> On Tuesday, October 29, 2002, at 07:58 PM, M Elizabeth Parks wrote:
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> 16. FAVOURITE CHILDREN'S BOOK(S)?
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> Howl's Moving Castle. Hexwood. LoCC. Everything else DWJ ever
> wrote.
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> L.M. Montgomery's The Blue Castle.
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> Tamora Pierce's Wild Magic series.
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> The Subtle Knife, The Amber Spyglass, Northern Lights. In that
> order.
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> The Monster at the End of this Book, by Grover.
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> Widdy continued -
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> I just bought this for my god-daughter. I can't tell you how much I 
> loved this book as a child (and still)! When I was regularly doing 
> storytimes this was one of the kids' favourites!
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> I ask -
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> which "this" do you mean?
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> Sallyo.
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My apologies. I was talking about "The Monster at the End of this Book"!

widdy

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Ian W. Riddell
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