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February 12, 2006

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Comments

Alice Gunther

Hurrah for Bonny Glen's Carnival of Literature! This will keep us warm as we dig out from the weekend blizzard.

Kelli

A wonderful feast. Thank you! I posted a link at my blog : )

Sherry

Thanks, Melissa, for putting this together. I really enjoyed reading through all the entries. By the way, I'd be happy to host(ess) the carnival some month if you're looking for people to do that.

reader_iam

Great fun! Thanks!

(Linked.)

Jen Robinson

Thanks so much Melissa. This is truly wonderful! I can't wait to spend more time digging in to all of the links. I did include a link from my site. Thanks!

Spunky

Thanks Melissa, This was an excellent idea! I love childrens lit. and this looks like a great variety of things to read on that topic.

Susan

Lovely, Melissa. Nice work & a great roundup. I just posted a notice for the party at Chicken Spaghetti on March 17th.

Becky

Wonderful job, Melissa. Many thanks, and I can't wait to dig through everything when we get back.

Genevieve

This is fabulous! Thanks for all the hard work!

Kelly

Gorgeous work, Melissa. Thank you so much for doing this! I'm still linking through :)

Catherine

Thank you, Melissa. This was fascinating. I appreciate your effort.

Chris Barton

Here it is Wednesday, and I'm still trying to get through all these posts -- there's so much here to savor. Thank you much, Melissa, for taking the time to put this together.

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