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September 23, 2009

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Mary

It was a good show, wasn't it? I'm on the reserve list for The Cheerleader at my library. If it arrives and I can't read it in time, I'll buy it. Wouldn't it be great if they could get a Rediscoveries line of books?

Constance

Finally had a chance to listen to this interview, which I enjoyed, but am surprised Lizzie has never read all of Louisa May Alcott or any Betty Cavanna at all. Nancy Pearl, on the other hand, is a true kindred spirit and even loves Rosamund DuJardin!

J.T. Oldfield

I <3 Nancy Pearl (and the Seattle Public Library!). I got the action figure for my sister who is a librarian.

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