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Robyn Hood Black!!

Posted by Laura Losch on September 21, 2009

We were very honored to have author Robyn Hood Black back again at South Hall to speak with the 6th graders about writing a story and publishing a book. Her book Wolves is in the media center if you would like to come see it.

I encourage you to check out her website. It contains lots of cool links about Wolves!

http://robynhoodblack.com/wolves_66306.htm

WOLVES – Robyn Hood Black via kwout

Here’s a few pics from her visit:

See you in the library!  🙂

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