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191. The Vanishing Pumpkin by Tony Johnston
Cute story, read many, many, many times right before Halloween. Love the artwork (but then again, I'm a huge fan of Tomie dePaola)

192. Bullet by Laurel K. Hamilton.
Latest Anita Blake book. Another excuse to write sex scenes. Very little character or plot development. (okay some character development) and an interesting look at mistakes made in polyamourous relationships. A good example of the assume principle.

193 Developing the observing eye: Teacher observation and assessment in early childhood education. by Cynthia Murphy-Lang
I was a little disappointed by this book. I got the impression not only by the title but the review by the bookstore owner that this book would be very helpful for someone attempting to develop the habit of child observation. Exercises and things. What I got was a part on Steiner education and then a second part that consisted of a lot of checklist assessment pages and their meanings. Not at all what I was looking for. Good stuff was still there...but the meat of the book was not what I wanted.

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