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  • 1. with Teri Lesesne Sam Houston State University [email_address]
  • 2. Putnam (Penguin)
  • 3. To the dungeon?
  • 4. We’re taking you to the dungeon.
  • 5. Punctuate this 3 different ways.
  • 6. Some facts to consider:
    • 5208 Krispy Kreme donuts are made
    • $21,000 is spent on ringtones
    • 10 elephants produce a pound of poop
    • A cow produces 4.2 oz. of saliva
    • A-Rod earns $864.20
  • 7. Candlewick
    • Fair and balanced
  • 8. Hyperion
    • illustrations
  • 9. Hyperion
    • Part of series
  • 10. Collins
    • GN
    • Nonfiction
    • Scientific process
  • 11. HarperCollins
    • Turns aphorisms on their heads
  • 12.
    • It is not very polite
    • to interrupt a person, of course.
    • But sometimes
    • if the person is very unpleasant
    • you can hardly stop yourself.
  • 13.
    • Most schools have a system
    • of loud bells
    • which startle the students and teachers
    • at regular intervals
    • and remind them
    • that time is passing
    • even more slowly than it seems.
  • 14.
    • The expression
    • “ Those who can’t do, teach,”
    • is a curious one,
    • because if you look at the world,
    • you’ll see that teachers
    • aren’t particularly worse than anyone else,
    • so perhaps the expression
    • might be better worded as,
    • “ Nobody can do anything.”
  • 15. Viking
    • 4.6 RL
    • autobiography
  • 16. Amulet Books
  • 17. Little Brown
    • 4.0 RL
    • Kip
    • Locked up from age of 9
    • Now released
  • 18. Simon Pulse
    • Alice
    • Ray
  • 19. Bloomsbury
    • Chan Sealy
    • Twirler
    • Risky online behavior
  • 20. Atheneum
    • GN
    • Summer camp
    • Girls and relationships
  • 21. Houghton Mifflin
    • Kevin Ross (Kross)
    • The Fools
  • 22. Little Brown
    • Cameron
    • Bullying
    • Who is the real criminal and the real victim?
  • 23. Putnam
    • Hildy Biddle
    • Journalistic integrity
  • 24. Scholastic
    • February 2009
    • Maybelline
    • Road trip
    • Hollywood
  • 25. Schwartz and Wade
    • Jane
    • Bible delivery
    • Thrombosis
    • Unconventional
    • Gourd children
    • audio
  • 26. Hyperion
    • Being the 1 st
    • Hispanic characters
  • 27. McElderry
    • Kayleigh
    • Rae Anne
    • Mother running for office
    • Novel in verse
    • audio
  • 28. Little Brown
  • 29. Dutton (Penguin)
    • Margo Ruth Spiegelman
    • Quentin “Q”
    • Paper towns/maps
    • Leaves of Grass
  • 30. Scholastic
    • Kendra
    • Renee
    • Nana
  • 31. Hyperion
    • 5.5 RL
    • NBA finalist
    • Alabaster Prep
    • Loyal Order of Basset Hounds
    • Pranks
  • 32. Clarion
    • Novel in verse
    • Divorce
    • Ellen and JoEllen
    • 5.4 RL
  • 33. Holt
    • Novel in verse
    • Companion to The Way a Door Closes
    • Shane’s father returns
  • 34. Wendy Lamb Books
    • Harper
    • Habitat
    • Building more than a house
  • 35. Simon and Schuster
    • Dual narrators
    • Ram, Ramiro
    • Jake Upthegrove
    • El Paso setting
  • 36. Little Brown
    • 3.8 RL
    • Logan’s past of witnessing violence against one of his friends
    • Rebus
  • 37. Amulet
    • Bliss in the Morning Dew
    • Charles Manson
    • Andy Griffith
    • Libba Bray next
  • 38. Bloomsbury
    • Charlie
    • Personal fairies
    • Monkey’s Paw exploration
  • 39. Candlewick
    • Todd
    • The Settlement
    • Dystopia
    • New series
    • 4.4 RL
  • 40. HarperCollins
    • Enzo
    • Denny
    • Audiotastic!
  • 41. Simon Pulse
    • Lia
    • Tie to Jenna Fox and Eva
  • 42. Dutton
    • DaVinci
  • 43. Delacorte
    • Addie
    • 5.6 RL
    • Mississippi
    • Jim Crow
    • Audiotastic!
  • 44. Simon and Schuster
    • NBA finalist
    • 1776
    • Isabel and Ruth
    • 6.5 RL
    • trilogy
  • 45.
    • Horatio
    • Duncan McKae and Malcolm
    • Scottish games
    • Mac and Beth
    Dutton
  • 46. Scholastic
    • Amy and Dan Cahill
    • 4.5 RL
  • 47. Atheneum
    • Nightengale
    • The Raven
    • UIL/Drama competitions
    • Reader’s Theater
  • 48. Scholastic
    • Interrelated story collecton
  • 49. FSG
    • 4.9
    • Verse with prose
    • Shape
    • Pair with Hatchet
    • Willow
  • 50. Greenwillow
  • 51. CONSOLATION This morning the newspaper was too terrible to deliver so the newsboy just pitched out a little sheaf of Kleenex.
  • 52. BEFORE I READ THE KITE RUNNER I held it on my lap on the plane in Cairo while other passengers were boarding. It seemed like a good book to read, finally, on such a long flight. I’d had it since it came out, but now the time felt right. Two men from Yemen across the aisle, who had been snoozing when the Egypt passengers first boarded, pointed and said, “Good book! Good book!” Some women from Germany patted my head and said, “We loved that book.” An American man with his wife leaned over and said, “It opened our eyes.” What a surprise! Everyone on the plane seemed to have read it before me. And they were all my friends simply because I was holding it! Maybe we should just wander around other countries carrying books.
  • 53. Candlewick
    • Matilda (Mady)
    • Feather
    • Lyrical prose
    • Read aloud for older students
  • 54. Hyperion
    • Phoebe
    • Teen zombies
    • Undead studies
    • PC
  • 55. Candlewick
    • Interrelated stories
    • Edith Wharton’s fictional mansion
    • macabre
  • 56. Harcourt
    • Blogs from the Headless Horseman
    • The raven makes guest appearances
  • 57. Tantor Media
    • Unabridged
    • PDF of text
    • Simon Vance
  • 58. HarperCollins
    • Skulduggery
    • Valkyrie
    • Billy Ray Sanguine
  • 59. HarperCollin s
    • “ Bod”, Nobody
    • Werewolves
    • Vampires
    • Wonderful audio read by author
  • 60. Holt
    • 3.8 RL
    • Dystopia
    • Jenna Fox
  • 61. Feiwel and Friends
    • 4.1 RL
    • Eli
    • 6 years
    • Twin Eddy
  • 62. Harcourt
    • Part of trilogy
    • Undead cheerleaders
    • Dailsy
    • Nightshade, CA
  • 63. Scholastic
    • Katniss
    • Peeta
    • Districts
    • Dystopia
    • New series
  • 64. TOR
    • W1n5ton
    • Homeland Security
    • Abridgement of right
    • 1984 for contemporary readers
  • 65. Little Brown
    • Charlotte
    • Damen
    • Living dead
    • Scarlett
    • www.ghostgirl.com
  • 66. Knopf
    • Aslaug
    • Aunt Sara
    • Religion and science
    • 4.8 RL
  • 67. HarperCollins
    • Cole
    • Hemavore
    • Road trip
  • 68. Dial
    • Mibs
    • Rich language
  • 69. Little Brown
    • GN
    • Humans are miniaturized
  • 70. Blue Sky (Scholastic)
    • GN
    • Duffy and Sumo search for mother
  • 71. Candlewick
    • GN
    • Some soliloquys
  • 72. Graphix
    • 5.4 RL
    • GN
    • New series
    • urban fantasy
    • Rue Silver
    • faeries
  • 73. Knopf
    • Urdda
    • Branzaa
    • Liga
    • 6.1 RL
    • Mature audience
  • 74. Scholastic
    • Last year: The Arrival
    • Quirky
    • Great illustrations
  • 75. HarperCollins
    • Girl (Bug)meets boy at a car wash. "Dog," she says. "Dude," he says. And probably this would have been a sweet teen romance. . . . If Beals hadn't been sitting next to her in the car. If Beals hadn't been a supernatural repo man looking to repossess her car. And to possess her.
    • David Macinnis Gill delivers the whole enchilada. With a side of soul.
  • 76. Harcourt
    • Story collection
    • The Mask of Eamon Tiyado
  • 77. Houghton Mifflin
    • Wicked parents
    • Baby Ruth
    • Barnaby A and B
  • 78. Simon and Schuster
    • NBA finalist
    • Rebel
    • Sabine and Puck
    • Gar Face
    • Snake Woman
  • 79. 2008 TTT
    • Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
    • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling
    • Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
    • Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
    • Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports by James Patterson
    • City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
    • The Sweet Far Thing  by Libba Bray
    • Extras by Scott Westerfeld
    • Before I Die  by Jenny Downham
    • Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson
  • 80. Starred Reviews 2008
    • six stars-- THE ASTONISHING LIFE OF OCTAVIAN NOTHING by M.T. Anderson
    • five stars-- THE LONDON EYE MYSTERY by Siobhan Dowd TENDER MORSELS by Margo Lanagan WE ARE THE SHIP by Kadir Nelson NATION by Terry Pratchett
  • 81. More stars
    • four stars-- GRACELING by Kristin Cashore THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins LITTLE BROTHER by Cory Doctorow BOG CHILD by Siobhan Dowd THE TROUBLE BEGINS AT 8 by Sid Fleischman THE LINCOLNS by Candace Fleming THE POSSIBILITIES OF SAINTHOOD by Donna Freitas THE GRAVEYARD BOOK by Neil Gaimain THE DIAMOND OF DRURY LANE by Julia Golding WELL WITCHED by Frances Hardinge MY ONE HUNDRED ADVENTURES by Polly Horvath THE DISREPUTABLE HISTORY OF FRANKIE LANDAU-BANKS by E. Lockhart THE WILLOUGHBYS by Lois Lowry FOREVER ROSE by Hilary McKay MADAPPLE by Christina Meldrum SUNRISE OVER FALLUJAH by Walter Dean Myers AIN'T NOTHING BUT A MAN by Scott Reynolds with Marc Aronson BLACK BOX by Julie Schumacher REX ZERO, KING OF NOTHING by Tim Wynne-Jones
  • 82. A few more twinkles
    • three stars-- OUR WHITE HOUSE: LOOKING OUT, LOOKING IN by 108 renowned authors and illustrators CHAINS by Laurie Halse Anderson THE PENDERWICKS ON GARDAM STREET by Jeanne Birdsall AIRMAN by Eoin Colfer WAITING FOR NORMAL by Leslie Connor LINCOLN SHOT by Barry Denenberg THE PORCUPINE YEAR by Louise Erdrich THE RED NECKLACE by Sally Gardner PAPER TOWNS by John Green RAPUNZEL'S REVENGE by Shannon Hale BIRD LAKE MOON by Kevin Henkes GHOSTGIRL by Tonya Hurley WOULD YOU by Marthe Jocelyn HOUSE OF MANY WAYS by Diana Wynne Jones OUTSIDE BEAUTY by Cynthia Kadohata SAVVY by Ingrid Law (BG-HB Honor) PRETTY MONSTERS by Kelly Link THE MISSING GIRL by Norma Fox Mazer TIGER MOON by Antonia Michaelis PRINCESS BEN by Catherine Murdock THE ADORATION OF JENNA FOX by Mary Pearson THE MAGIC THIEF by Sarah Prineas HERE LIES ARTHUR by Philip Reeve LIVING DEAD GIRL by Elizabeth Scott GULLY'S TRAVELS by Tor Seidler ANTSY DOES TIME by Neal Shusterman KEEPING THE NIGHT WATCH by Anita Hope Smith LIFE ON EARTH--AND BEYOND by Pamela Turner ME, THE MISSING, AND THE DEAD by Jenny Valentine (Guardian Prize, Carnegie shortlist) IMPOSSIBLE by Nancy Werlin
  • 83. The stars are the ones that will resonate with you and your students