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Thursday, May 8, 2008

Student Annotations: Nonfiction

The semester is over and I think I have all of the student volunteers I am going to get. [Although, any students out there reading this, you can still e-mail me your annotations to share with the world]

Today I will post nonfiction.

Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence by Paul Feig

The first is very popular right now, and the suggested reading might help you help a patron still waiting for Eat Pray Love. The second is an excellent readalike for your Sedaris fans.

I will have many more Student Annotations in the coming weeks. Just a note though, I will not be teaching again until the Fall, so this summer, I cannot rely upon my students to help give me content, although I have been saving it up.

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