|Look at the spirit! Wish my photo of the all-in green shamrock clad St. Patrick team had turned out.|
"In what book do Lee and Cassie go skinny dipping late at night?" Ahh! I don't know, I should know.
Canadian Award winner.
I think Burlington Central had this question and snapped off the answer easily: Homefree by Sharon Jennings.
|Tori is the spokesperson for BCHS. Don't forget to read The Happy Journal of Tori Edwards by Estelle Salata.|
|"I owe it all to the wonderful teachers and librarians of Burlington"--the speech each student really wanted to give.|
Afterwards battlers acted as my first school audience ever to enjoy my crush.candy.corpse presentation.
We had some great actors and future editors. I sneak previewed my spring 2013 book, Death Goes Viral . In Q & A afterwards a Charles R. Beaudoin student asked me how long it took for a book to go from idea to print. I stammered about the economy and how it used to be fairly quick but now it could take two years and more. Trick question! The CRB students then reminded me that I test read the first three chapters of Death Goes Viral to them a couple of years ago in an Artist in Education week. I had consulted with them on possible titles. They have been waiting and watching ever since. Okay, sometimes three years.