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Vol. LXV, No. 37
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
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Question of the Week:

Where were you during the earthquake and did you feel it happening?


“Buried Onions by Gary Soto because it was a book that I really didn’t want to put down.”

— Liam Keenan, Princeton

“11 Birthdays, Finally and 13 Gifts, books by Wendy Mass. The books are all connected in some way. They were written by a weird old lady who was very interesting and she made the books very creative.”

Amanda Bank, Princeton

“Annie Oakley because it is really exciting and adventurous.”

— Stella Jacobs, Hopewell


George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt by Stephen Hawking because it’s about physics and I like physics.”

— Nate Howard, Princeton

“Magic Tree House books — they go on lots of adventures. They go to the Arctic and meet penguins. I learn a lot from the books.”

— Isabella Burton, Princeton

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. “There’s lots of action and adventure and when you read the first volume you can’t stop reading.”

Louis: “The Hunchback Assignments by Arthur Slade. It has a lot of fast paced action. Once I picked it up I couldn’t put it down for five hours and by then I had finished reading it.”

— Jackson Ikenberry (left) and Louis Jamieson-Dove, Princeton

“Dr Seuss — he makes the books fun.”

— Gaby Belasuente, South Brunswick


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