Mar. 5th, 2009

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Hey, I am getting back to [ profile] vovat on this one LESS than a week after he gave me these five things to write about!

Association Meme: Comment to this post and I will give you 5 subjects/things I associate you with. Then post this in your LJ and elaborate on the subjects given.
on books and music mostly. I mean, whodathunk? )
Okay, then the really great part. So you know all those have-you-read booklists? You know how I always wanted to do one about the kind of books I actually read most often? Yay, apparently other YA geeks had the same thought. A gal from my library school class whose blog I stalk because it and she are cool (and she's far more active in Being a Real YA Librarian than me-- she's even on this year's--next year's?--the-one-for-this-year's-books-that-will-be-awarded-next-year's?-- Printz committee) just passed on THIS LIST (the first paragraph is hers, the rest of the instructions, apparently what was on Facebook):

"A group of YA librarians on Facebook put together a list of 100 "top" teen novels. "Top" goes in quotes because they freely admit this is something wholly unscientific. It's just meant to see what you've read and have a little fun.

The following list of books teens love, books teens should read, and books adults who serve teens should know about was compiled IN ABSOLUTELY NO SCIENTIFIC MANNER and should be taken with a very large grain of salt.

Put an "X" next to the books you've read
Put a "+" next to the books you LOVE
Put a "#" next to the books you plan on reading
Tally your "X"s at the bottom
Share with your friends!"

COOL LIST, in alphabetical order by author apparently )


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