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May 07, 2008

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Jason

Greetings,

I'm Jason, and I'm one of the founders of an online book club service called Booksprouts.com. It's free and we created it as a space to create book clubs, and to read and discuss books online.

It's pretty new and we are letting people who know who may be interested in book clubs. I noticed that you had been talking about book clubs, so decided to leave a comment.

You're welcome to give it a try, and comments and suggestions both good or bad are much appreciated!

Regards,

Jason
Community Manager
Booksprouts.com

Lucy Spence

The second annual Latina/o Children's Literature Conference was recently held in Columbia, SC. Featured Authors, Artists, and Educators were Sonia Nieto, Maya Christina Gonzalez, Lulu Delacre, and Lucia Gonzalez.

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Excellent, there are a lot of good spanish writers i like many stories that i already read and also i can improve my spanish.

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