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posts on 8/8/2006 11:59:15 PM Which Lloyd Alexander book does everybody like the best?
posts on 4/24/2006 12:12:04 PM Who would recommend a book that they have never read before? Think of it this way Burra you are helping your sister to enjoy a good book. And raven you really shouldn't jump to conclusions like that.
posts on 4/17/2006 6:26:34 PM Of course I've read the books myself! What do you take me for? I owuld never recomend a book on pain of death unless I knew it was worth it.

posts on 4/17/2006 11:16:38 AM have you read the books yourself? because if you haven't i dont see why your little sister should. i like the books alot but i am not quite done with The High King
Burrahobbit posts on 3/1/2006 6:23:43 PM I would say that Westmark is best anytime you read it. But I've only read it twice. I am on a campaign to force my little sister to read The Black Cauldren after she read The book of Three. She keeps coming up with the stupidist excuses to. I even promised I'd do a little dance of happiness to entertain her if she does. --maybe that's why she won't
kristenskywalker posts on 3/1/2006 5:36:28 PM I did like that book. Had a touch of romance, but not to much.
Gretchen posts on 3/1/2006 5:21:42 PM Although I confess I haven't read a lot of Alexander's books, the one that I thoroughly enjoyed was The Rope Trick.
kristenskywalker posts on 2/22/2006 4:41:34 PM Well i read the book. I thought it was kind of lacking a plot. Probably the only reason I liked it was because I do a lot of the daydreaming that the boy does. So I felt that I could relate to that. I did check out vesper holly once, I don't remember why I didn't read it though. Would you say that westmark is better the second time around?
Lady posts on 2/21/2006 9:04:09 PM i've coerced my 10 year old sister into reading the vesper holly books. i never asked whether she liked it or not. must ask. well, i'm reading westmark again, and swooning. i haven't read a hardy, decent, Lloyd alexander book in so long, i don't know how i've lasted. but i read westmark so long ago that coming back to it, i am finding so much more depth than i remember, and probably didn't even notice before. theo's character, for one. another would be, not the evil against good, but the good against good. osh, i'm all agog.
Featherbrain posts on 2/20/2006 12:20:01 PM Oh! And the Vesper Holly books, which are about as cheesy-fun as can be. It's this, you know, the "feisty red head" type, who goes around being an Indiana Jones. Much funness!
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