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Monday, August 13, 2012


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Miss K

This is one of my favorite series. My students got to interview Tom Angleberger via Skype and he was absolutely wonderful (even when the kids told him he was a lot like Dwight).


He is a little bit like Dwight, at least in one way - not a big hugger! But such a great guy. I think these books are so tone-perfect because he really pays attention to kids. He listens, he hears, he appreciates, he questions. Any kid who has ever met him feels like they're buddies now.

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