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July 22, 2008

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Lisamm

Nice rebuttal, Book Club Girl!

Julie E.

Nice job. People who think there aren't strong heroines in YA literature just aren't looking hard enough.

Lisa

I definitely agree with you on the Leisel Meminger character. She's amazing!

Kate

This is a little off topic, but I thought the article about Stuart Little and the beginning of children's libraries in last week's New Yorker (of the infamous Obama cover) was really interesting.

Anne of Green Gables

great article,there are many other heroines,but I just like Anne Shirley best.She gives me another world in this real world.

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