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About Lynndy

Ever since I can remember I've been an insatiable reader, to the extent of poring over bus tickets and playing word games with whatever is written on them if nothing else is at hand. Children's literature has burgeoned enormously in the past decade, surpassing a lot of adult literature, so it's an exciting realm to be involved in, from almost any aspect. I've done some freelance editing and pr... More
Books Recently Added to Lynndy's Bookshelf Ages Date Added
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1. The Great Piratical Rumbustification & the Librarian and the Robbers (Pa...
    Author: Margaret Mahy
    Illustrator: Quentin Blake
    Publisher: David R. Godine Publisher
Ages 4-8 6/22/2010
Lynndy said: Love it, and her!
tags: I read
55 Reviews  
2. The Rattlebang Picnic (Hardcover)
    Author: Margaret Mahy
    Illustrator: Steven Kellogg
    Publisher: Dutton Books
N/A 6/22/2010
Lynndy said: Wonderful readaloud!
tags: I read
25 Reviews  
3. Catalogue of the Universe (Paperback)
    Author: Margaret Mahy
    Publisher: Simon Pulse
Young Adults 6/22/2010
Lynndy tagged as: I recommend , I read
40 Reviews  
4. The Tricksters (Paperback)
    Author: Margaret Mahy
    Illustrator: David Loew
    Publisher: Simon Pulse
Young Adults 6/22/2010
Lynndy tagged as: I read , I recommend
55 Reviews  
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Profile Comments
Comment by Sheila Vijayan on 6/29/2010 at 4:17 PM:
Hello, Lynndy!
My first children's haiku book was released June 2010 (RoseDog Books). The book, titled “Just Three Lines” is for young readers between the ages of 4-12 years old. Please contact me via email here or @ just3lin[email protected] if you would like to receive the marketing pack... more
Comment by Alan Jordan on 11/12/2009 at 10:37 AM:
I like the fact that you are encouraging children to discover. My books don't teach, they encourage children to discover.
Comment by Jessica McLeod on 3/10/2008 at 10:45 PM:
I didn't know there was a children's bookshop in Australia! Where are you located? What a great job that must be!
Comment by Marco Conelli on 2/21/2008 at 11:09 PM:
Thanks for the nice message, it's a pleasure. Please tell any of those young readers if they have any questions feel free to bug me.
Comment by Eric Hammond on 11/19/2007 at 8:57 AM:
Hi. Lynndy, & welcome to JacketFlap.

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