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Judy Koot

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Judy Koot is a multidisciplinary artist and teacher based in the Netherlands.
She works as a writer, illustrator and musician, and teaches all three disciplines.

As a writer she creates fiction, nonfiction and poetry in different genres, and for different age groups.
Her work has been published in Dutch and Belgian magazines and anthologies, and won several prizes, including the Dutch ELLE Poetry Award in 2002.
In 2005, her first children's picture book Het huis van Lotte Hanoeman (The House of Lily Hanuman) was published by Belgian publisher De Eenhoorn.
Nowadays, she writes for an international, English-reading audience.
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Average rating: 3.41 · 96 ratings · 18 reviews · 15 distinct works
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Er zit een feest in mij!

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The Tarot by Robert M. Place
"The Tarot is one of the most distorted and misrepresented of all cultural artifacts. All too many writers pushing the divinatory uses of these cards, cling to outdated myths and pseudo-history. Place's mostly accurate and exceptional book on Tarot hi" Read more of this review »
Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom by Rachel Pollack
"I bought this book based on positive reviews and an observation I thought I'd read somewhere about Harold Bloom having said that it was essential to understanding the tarot. (I have since looked and been unable to find mention of this anywhere.) I wa" Read more of this review »
Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom by Rachel Pollack
"Rachel Pollack's tarot book "Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom" epitomizes the errors of New Age thought.

Writing clearly is thinking clearly. Clarity is non-existent in Pollack's book. Her constant fudging of consensus reality is typical of New Age th" Read more of this review »
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Becky Albertalli
“I can’t even help it. There’s just this thread of anticipation that I can’t seem to quell. So when the school day ends and nothing extraordinary has happened, it’s a tiny heartbreak. It’s like eleven o’clock on the night of your birthday, when you realize no one’s throwing you a surprise party after all.”
Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Becky Albertalli
“In the distance, they begin shutting down the rides and turning off lights. There’s something beautiful and eerie about a darkened, unmoving Ferris wheel.”
Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Becky Albertalli
“And then he grins back, and I’m giddy and breathless and kind of unraveled. And I didn’t sleep at all last night. Not even for a second. I’ve basically been picturing this moment for ten hours, and now that it’s here, I don’t have a clue what I’m supposed to say. Probably something awesome and witty and not school-related. Probably not: “Did you finish the chapter?”
Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Becky Albertalli
“Then he smiles and I smile. And then I blush and he lowers his eyes, and it’s like this entire pantomime of nervous gestures.”
Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Cath Crowley
“Dad and I leave town in the early dark. It’s the second Sunday of the holidays, and we pack up the old blue car with enough clothes for summer and hit the road. It’s so early he’s wiping hills of sand piled in the corners of his eyes. I wipe a few tears from mine. Tears don’t pile, though. They grip and cling and slide in salty trails that I taste till the edge of the city.”
Cath Crowley, A Little Wanting Song




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