Louis Sachar Message Board

posts on 8/30/2006 9:51:35 AM I've read holes. We had to in English class, it's really good, and the movie is cool too. My favourite character is squid. Whats yours?
posts on 8/29/2006 11:58:22 PM Hey I see many people havent posted here for a long time...Well I love Holes and sideway stories from wayside school(and the rest of those books).
posts on 5/17/2006 6:41:21 PM Yes, I have. Multiple times. Isn't that book the greatest? Did you like the movie?

posts on 5/17/2006 3:40:10 PM umm no i dont. has anyone read holes? ( post to short so i'll just babble, blah di blah di blah...)
posts on 5/17/2006 3:03:18 PM How is there 30th stories total when there in not a 19th story? Please can you help answer my question. Thanks Austin
Min posts on 3/1/2006 9:54:46 AM Does anyone know how to send Mr. Sachar a letter? Thanks.
Ethan Culp posts on 12/20/2005 1:08:14 AM Dear mr.Sachar, Your book "HOLES" was amazing and very well written. And i know how rude this may seem but im doing a project at school where we have to write a letter to the author of our favorite book, and i picked you beacouse i thought your book "HOLES" was very, very, very, good. And I wanted to thank you for your book. It has actually inspired me to become a writer and im working on a book right now called "A WHISPER". Its about a man who is about to die with a needle in his arm (heroin)and he looks back on his life and how he spent it and all his mistakes, etc. But i'll stop with that because i know you probably dont want to here about my book, so again i thought your book was very inspiring. So technically... your my idol and i hope to one day to get my book published and become a famous author just like you. sincerely, Ethan Culp p.s. thank you
Adam posts on 11/9/2005 11:43:37 PM Dear Louie Sachar. Hi, my name is Adam. I am in the 4th grade. I live in North Bend WA. I have a brother and a sister. I want to be a famous author like you. I would like you to answer these questions. How many books have you written? What is your favorite book that you have written? Where do you live? Why did you want to be an author? Your No. 1 fan Adam Reeves
Sonica Li posts on 9/27/2005 5:15:33 PM I'm seventeen, and I still read Louis Sachar's books at least once a year because they're soooooo good and because I learn something new every time I read them!!! Just last night, I realized for the first time that the animals in There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom are a reference to The Glass Menagerie!!! Isn't that the awesomest thing?! There are a few things about the Wayside stories that I never understood, though. One of the biggest puzzles that I could never figure out is the Mugworm Griblick. What is it? If you meant for it to mean something specific, pleeeeeeeeeease tell me!! :-)
kat orion posts on 6/29/2005 2:25:50 PM hey! i didn't know he wrote the wayside school series. hey ashleigh! if you log back on, is that the one with the nonexistent floor and the teacher who turned kids into apples and ... bla blaah blah. tell meeeeeee! if anyone else knows then that rules too!
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