Thursday, December 20, 2007
Little bit about "T"
Hello fellow YA fiction & nonfiction lovers – it’s my pleasure to be a guest blogger with Ms. Liz. I am a teen librarian in Central NJ and have worked specifically with teens for about 6 years. Though I love the teens who come in to my library, I confess to being pleased that my own children have many years to go before being teens themselves. I will try to not wax poetic about them – as they are so highly advanced (heeheehee) – but every so often, you may hear me refer to them as Penelope, Paul and Petunia – and my husband, Martin, may get mentioning, too (but only if he has a truly excellent thought that is pertinent to what I’m writing) – so be prepared. Thanks for reading – Theresa.
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