Yesterday was “World Book Day” and T.A.A. celebrated by bringing together some of our partners and letting them borrow the official T.A.A. Twitter feed (@TAA_Editor) for a Twitter chat.
If you missed the chat live, you can now read the transcript below-
ME: It’s Noon EST, and now #TheLiteraryRat Signs off and my special guests take over!
Swinebert: Bonnie and Guido just got here, Gabriel and Rum, too.
Dempsey: Okay, than let’s get started. First up, we’ll each share our most special book/reading memories. Who wants to go first?
Bonnie: My favorite book/reading memory is when Andrea read me “Pippi Longstocking”
Swinebert: My turn! Swinebert: My best book/reading memory was the first time I read to me nephew, Trug, “Olivia”
Dempsey: My favorite book/reading memory was first discovering poetry by Emily Dickinson.
Swinebert: Last but far from least, Gabriel Crisping and Rum Wheatland (From @Taurean_Watkins’ GABRIEL) share their top book/reading moment.
Dick King-Smith. I wish more cats could be like Martin. The second was reading “Charlotte’s Web” with my Dad…Though I didn’t care for Templeton at first. No wonder humans have issues with rats if he’s the sole model they look to.
Dempsey: Next up for me is
“The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents
(Discworld #28) by Terry Pratchett.
Bonnie: Next for me is “The School of Essential Ingredients”
by Erica Bauermeister
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