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September 08, 2008


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What a neat looking book -- and I love that a picture book guy reads Kurt Vonnegut. I don't know why he wouldn't... but it just seems really cool!

It does! I'm enjoying the really wide variety of books that people are reading!

I'm going to scoop up a copy of The Origami Master for my sister-in-law, who does/makes a lot of origami animals, flowers, and more.

I enjoy knowing what other people are reading. I'm excited to see what all that research into green architecture becomes.

Hi, Kelly. Origami is something I wish I knew how to do better. We've watched a kids' movie on it, but even that moved too fast for me! I admire the fact that your sister-in-law can do it.

love the green factor. can't wait!

I know! That will be interesting, won't it?

Thanks for the nice comments! Another recommendation.... Now reading Tim Egan's picture books. Distant Feathers and Serious Farm are especially good.

Oh, excellent, Nathaniel. Thank you! By the way, The Origami Master has caused a return to that art form here at the Chicken Spaghetti house. My son, who's pretty good at it, was VERY inspired by the book.

I'm so glad to hear that, Susan. One of my goals in writing The Origami Master was to inspire kids to try origami. It is amazing, the things you can make with a single piece of paper.


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