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Favorite Authors

Who is your favorite author and why?


Justin said…
My favorite author is Rick Rordan. Because he makes epic and hilaroius books. He also is a very big hit for kids. One of the books I want to read by him is The 39 Clues, The Maze of Bones.
Allie said…
My favorite author is Jeanne DuPRAU. I love this author's book's because she writes the Ember series! I think this is one of the best author's to me because she writes amazing books even the Ember series. I think every one should give Jeanne's DuPRAU's books!
Warren said…
My favorite author is Dan Gutman because he writes sooooooo many good books about many diffirent subjects.
Caitlyn said…
My favorite author is Mary Downing Hahn.She writes realy good ghost storys like The Doll In The Garden!
Jordan said…
My favorite author is Judy Blume because she has AWSOME books! I have all of them.
Anonymous said…
My favorite author is Jerry Spinelli. He is my favorite author because he puts lots of thought into his book to make it feel like you are there. I have loved his books forever and I am still reading them.
Andrew said…
My favorite author is Mike Lupica. He writes sooooooo many great sports books that I love to read. He can be seen on ESPN Sports Reporters on Sunday mornings.
Jessie said…
Barbara Park is my favorite author
because I love JUNIE B. JONES.
Anonymous said…
My favorite author is Dori Butler because I read all of her books, and some of them are really good mysteries. One book I stayed up all night reading! One of her books is Do You Know The Monkey Man and she will soon be coming out with the sequel!
Jaxen said…
My favorite author is Katherine Paterson because she one a newberry and that is a very big thing.
Mrs. Rosheim said…
I am noticing that a lot of you have found some great authors by participating in the reading programs at LC. I see authors from the Mark Twain List, great lit. books, and your SMILE genres. Keep looking for those authors you love!
Jessie said…
AVI is a great author. He wrote the most Great Lits.
Jordan said…
My favorite author is Judy BLume because she has very funny writing!
Aaron said…
My favorite author is Bruce Webber because he writes awesome sports biographies.

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