Middler Books and More

This blog contains Bruce DuBoff's book reviews, info on other media, and related topics. It is a collaboration between the librarian and both the students of Pennsauken Intermediate School and Phifer Middle School in Pennsauken, NJ, and the general middler book reading community. The books featured here are appropriate for grades 5-8, though not all books reviewed here are appropriate for all of those ages.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Hello Middle Schoolers out there in Blogger land!
I'm sort of new at this, but the experts say that Blogs are all the rage these days, so I invite you to read and post on this site. I will occasionally post reviews of books I just read, CDs I just listened to, DVDs I just watched, or websites I just surfed.
I will try my best not to be corny when I talk about stuff, but I understand that my innate corniness will manifest itself whether I like it or not. Therefore, be patient with me and participate in the discussion by posting reviews of your favorite stuff.

Talk to you soon!

B. DuBoff
Library Media Specialist
Howard M. Phifer Middle School
Pennsauken Intermediate School

1 Comments:

Blogger finalfantasyzach said...

Sup Mr. Duboff. It's just Zach giving you a congrats on making your, possibly first, blog!!! I have read two novels(from the same author)that I feel are worth mentioning. The first would be In The Land of The Road Weenies...by David Lubar. This book is filled with excelllent short stories, which are surprisingly weird, funny and a bit scary. Just make sure that you aren't reading this book around someone who would make fun of you.
The second book would be In The Land of The Lawn Weenies... by David Lubar. Now this one, I feel, is the better of the two. This is most likely due to the impulses that some of David's stories give you. I mean, a few of them made me stop and seriously think for a moment. All in all, I'd recommend this book to anyone who isn't afraid to get joked on a little bit.

Just tryin` to help a fellow blooger,
Zach

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