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Karin Perry

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Average rating: 3.2 · 5 ratings · 2 reviews · 8 distinct works
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While I was catching up on my Twitter feed today I saw the word READATHON and had to see what it was about. I love challenging myself to read a certain number of books or pages or types, etc. Anyway, this one has a fun feature that I haven't seen before - community interaction. In addition to connecting readers, this readathon also encourages people to read the books that have been on their T...

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“Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.”
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“Wear the old coat and buy the new book.”
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“My home is where my books are.”
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61433 SHSU Library Science Book Club — 77 members — last activity Nov 10, 2013 10:29AM
A book club open to both SHSU current Library Science students and Alumni. (Sponsored by LSSA - Library Science Student Association)
51560 Perry's SHSU YA Lit Class Fall 2011 — 15 members — last activity Dec 12, 2011 05:54PM
For the students of SHSU LS 585 to discuss the required book list.
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Discussing books that are about teenagers, but doesn't fit comfortably into the YA category due to edgy and dark content.
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Cristina Sburlea thank you for accepting my friend request :D


Penelope Marzec Thanks for your friendship. :-)


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Sandra Thanks for friending me, Dr. Perry! :)


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message 32: by Beverly

Beverly Wells Thanks for friending me. My debut Hist. Rom Only When the Loon Sings(ebook & print) available--sensuous, witty and written to raise awareness of ALS.Hope you add to your list.


Savannah Karin, thank you for the friendship.


message 30: by M.

M. Verne Thanks for Friending - You are quite the reader. Is the part of the duties as a professor, or did you become a professor due to your reading? I suspect that's probably a the case. What kind of things do you have to do in Library Sciences these days?


VampireNovelFan Thanks for friending, Karin! As a fellow Paranormal/Urban Fantasy fan, I recommend you check out my blog! I've started doing giveaways for great series to my followers:

http://vampirenovelfan.wordpress.com/

Happy reading!


message 28: by Melody

Melody Thanks for the add :)


message 27: by Anna

Anna  Tee (The Bursting Bookshelf) Can you please vote for Meghan in the Heroine Tourney? She is from the Iron Fey and she needs your help to win! I will host an international giveaway if she wins!

http://ya-sisterhood.blogspot.com/201...


message 26: by Krista

Krista Thanks for the friendship add, Karin! Looking forward to keep up-to-date on your latest reads and hopefully finding a few (or a whole bunch!) to add to my ever-growing wishlist!


message 25: by Jessi

Jessi Happy Halloween Karin! :)


message 24: by Karin

Karin My pleasure. I look forward to see what you are reading. Also, I love your avatar!!!
Karin
Kari wrote: "thanks a bunch for accepting !"


message 23: by Kari

Kari thanks a bunch for accepting !


message 22: by Cindy

Cindy Thanks for the add:)


message 21: by Cheryl

Cheryl Landmark Thanks for accepting my friendship, Karin.


message 20: by tisha

tisha Hi Karin! Thank you for adding me as your friend.


message 19: by Pamela

Pamela Hey Karin...Thanks for accepting my friend request.


Steve Hi Karin, just called by to say 'thanks for the add' ;) And hope you are well -x-

P.s. I didn't steal anything whilst I was here *laughing* (maybe next time) -x-


message 17: by Karin

Karin Klo wrote: "hi karin wow it most be cool a liberiane"

Yep, I love it. The best job in the world.


message 16: by Klo

Klo                  hi karin wow it most be cool a liberiane


message 15: by Klo

Klo                  hi karin wow it most be cool a liberiane


message 14: by Krista

Krista Hi Karin, Thanks for adding me as a friend!


message 12: by Olivia

Olivia Brooks-scrivanich Hai, How is your life going on?


message 11: by Olivia

Olivia Brooks-scrivanich What's it like living in Washington, Oklahoma?


message 10: by Nadia

Nadia Hi Karin,

I'm glad you like the recommendation. I believe the book is based in part on the author's life.


message 9: by nancy

nancy (The Ravenous Reader) Hello, I updated my profile and added my picture :)


message 8: by Karin

Karin City of Glass is about the same length as the first two. Still, it goes by too fast! Thanks for commenting.
Jen wrote: " how many pages is it
is it longer or shorter then the first two
thats if you are able to tell me
i would understand if you can't
but if you can i would love to know
thanks"





message 7: by Jen

Jen how many pages is it
is it longer or shorter then the first two
thats if you are able to tell me
i would understand if you can't
but if you can i would love to know
thanks


message 6: by Jen

Jen mortal instruments by cassandra clare is by far my favorite series even on there own there my favorite books
i can't even pick between city of bones or city of ashes im in love with them both equally
when i read the first one i couldn't put it down until it was done and then read it again
it's so awsome that you get to read these books bofore they come out
im dying to read how it all ends for jace and clary
and after reading your review, i know this book is going to be amazing









Jessica hey karin! sorry it took so long for me to document my reading on here haha

anyways...i was gonna ask you about that book/series of books(?) that dealt with shakespeare but in a YAL kind of format...you said they were really great and i was just wondering if you could give me the title of some of them? i just wanted to check them out, i'm sure they'll come in handy!

jessica


message 4: by Laura

Laura Yes that is why I requested you...so I can "stalk" your to-read shelf...I just may have missed something lol!! Thanks for accepting!


Brigid ✩ Cool Ninja Sharpshooter ✩ ooh cool. u have awesome taste in YA books. :D we love a lot of the same books i see. ;D


Laurie Hello OU YAL friend!


message 1: by Mark

Mark I know, my pictures are woefully absent. I wrote to Claudia that I might just take a picture of my shelves and use that, like she did. I did those other features -- very neat! I'll have to play around with those as I add some more books.

I think this might be a great way to keep tabs on the students' outside reading -- it's just so easy to sign up and get started! I saw Claudia today at OWP, and she said she's considering using this with her students as well -- could make for a good way for the two groups to communicate, don't you think?


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