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21 August 2010 @ 02:26 pm
dem Bones  

I have enjoyed reading Jeff Smith's BONE GNs for some time, especially after Scholastic produced them with 4 color illustrations. Now we have BONE HANDBOOK (Scholastic 2010) which will answer any and all questions about how the books came into existence, why they were reissued, how the story was crafted, etc. Interviews with Jeff Smith and the colorist, Steve Hamker, are also included. There is a glossary, original cover art from the first issues and a make it and take it rat creature as bonus material, too. <343>

Spent some time today emptying two of the bookcases in preparation for the construction of NEW ones in a week. It looks so strange, an empty bookcase. I cannot recall seeing one empty for a long time. Now that the heavy lifting is done, it is time to lift another book and see if I can diminish the stacks that are now relocated into other rooms.
Current Location: home
Current Mood: tiredtired
(Anonymous) on August 22nd, 2010 01:51 pm (UTC)
As always, you inspire
Good morning,
I am reading your blog before I go touch up the paint in the bathroom where the painter's just didn't make the cut. Unfortunately, they DID walk away with my money. Lesson learned. I am now a middle school librarian again, so will be watching your blogs closely as I am slightly out of the loop on the middlers. You inspire me and I love the pic of Scout...give him a treat from me! Kim Pennell