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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Thank You, E. Lockhart!


Here's a big DANKE to the ever-awesome E. Lockhart for joining us at readergirlz this month!

We loved hearing stories from E. and learning more about the smart and thoughtful Frankie Landau-Banks. We also learned that:

1. E. fought for her Dramarama ending! (And it's her favorite book of hers.)

2. She pictured Frankie's Alpha as "a little bit Philip Seymour Hoffman"!

3. She decided to be a writer in second grade.

We've so loved having you here this month. Thank you, E.!



4 comments:

Little Willow said...

Thanks, E., for being so involved in our discussions and events this month! Hope you enjoyed your stay. :)

Melissa Walker said...

So much fun to spend some time with you, E!

Lorie Ann Grover said...

Thank you, E.! Totally enjoyed having your cool self hang out here with us. Write on. We'll be waiting!

Erin said...

THANK YOU, E! It was such fun having you here. I loved this month's discussions.