Ellen Raskin Message Board

fiona loves klaus posts on 3/6/2005 9:56:34 PM my fave book is the westing game we had to read it for school i feel in love with it write away i love all the twist and turns did turtle win i was so confused
Stephanie posts on 3/6/2005 9:50:19 PM Hey i wanted to ask if someone could type me out and post all of the clues thakx
K.C. posts on 3/2/2005 11:16:21 PM HI i was wondering, can you help me with my book report by telling me how many books you have written in a timeline? Also would you mind telling me how many brothers and sisters you have? thank you so much, K.C.

henry posts on 3/1/2005 4:50:09 PM hi i am 10 and doing a report on you because you are my favorite author. would you please send some information to me about your life and how you became an author. and some pictures too! thanks Henry
Theron posts on 2/27/2005 7:33:37 PM hi ellen i really wanted to tell you how much i liked the westing game. it is a great book. i wish i could (have) meet/ met you. no fool gave it a newberry medal. thanx for lettin me finally read somethin cool, theron extreme
Lucy Rosenberg posts on 2/27/2005 5:12:24 PM Hi Ellen When last you knew me I was Lucy Barash, then Lucy Glicklich and our relationship was roomate. I was your roommate at the Badger Club during your Freshman year at U.W. Madison. You infact, liberated me from my previous identity as "Lou" stating that I was much more of a Lucy. Clearly you were right because I carry that name to the present. Why am I contacting you now? Namely because my grandson, who is a Junior at the Univ. of Indiana sent me a copy of "A Children's Christmas in Wales" by Dylan Thomas with woodcuts by Ellen Raskin. At one point I had incidentally told him that we were roommates because we were looking at another book you had written "Nothing ever happens on my block." I have followed your career from time to time and am impressed by your work. I am a retired physician, recently widowed but very involved in community and adovocating for children. I felt the urge to touch base and say, "HI" Regards Lucy Rosenberg
Susan DeFord posts on 2/24/2005 9:41:06 AM Does anyone else see the overwhelming similarities of the Westing Game to Alice in Wonderland? I wonder as I read and re-read the novel, look at the text and original cover and all that, if this was a twisted intention of the author. I like it!
me posts on 2/23/2005 8:01:05 PM I read the westing game, and it makes alot of sense if you pay attention.
Some Person posts on 2/17/2005 8:47:48 AM This is the first time thst I have read any of your books and I want to say that you o really good and keep up the good work!
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