What book are you reading right now? Eighth Grade Superzero by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, a fellow Tenner :-)
Your favorite children’s book: As a child, Little Witch by Anna Bennett. As an adult, I couldn't say - I love SO many!
Your favorite non-fiction book: Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
Your favorite classic (read: book they made you read in school) book: Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens.
The last book that made you laugh: Bud Not Buddy by Christopher Paul.
The last book that made you cry: The Hunger Games. There were a couple of touching scenes that made me tear up.
The last book you recommended to a friend: Book Thief by Marcus Zusak and The Line by Teri Hall.
A novel you’ve re-read (and re-read): Since I teach children's and young adult literature at the university, I re-read lots of books, but one of my favorites to re-read is The Higher Power of Lucky by Susan Patron.
One sentence that gives the gist of your book best:
Starlight danced across the angel's face and for just a moment I didn't feel so alone. And I soon realized I wasn't, because I heard a hushed male voice coming from behind the walls.
Avoiding spoilers, a 1-2 sentence passage from your book that you really like:
Sometimes you can't see the magic, you just know it's there because you can feel it.
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