MembreAbigailAdams26

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children's fiction (9,328), picture-books (6,051), vintage girls (4,482), school stories (2,903), children's fantasy (2,558), vintage series (1,743), folklore|mythology (1,516), children's translations (1,317), children's literature studies (870), historical fiction (832), witchy-witches (741), children's non-fiction (714), children's poetry (702), fairy-tales (664), 1910s (657), young adult (620), vintage boys (595), Canadian children (576), 1920s (555), family stories (495), Christmas (467), kitty cats (449), Victorian children (402), 1900s (381), fiction (372), 1930s (367), children's biography (360), Australian children (352), chapter-books (347), Newbery (330), animal fiction (326), children's mystery (324), foxy foxes (297), Irish children (285), orphans (273), children's ecology (259), Halloween (255), New York (253), holiday adventures (251), grandparents (240), German children (240), imaginative play (237), college fiction (224), Christian fiction (223), Native children (220), L.T. Meade (215), guiding|scouting (209), children's history (208), Americans abroad (203), winter wonders (200), 1890s (191), early-readers (189), mice (186), Jewish children (185), children's animals (185), sweet youth (184), African-American children (182), puppy pals (181), romance (159), French children (158), sports fiction (157), twins (150), Norwegian children (147), 1940s (142), ghosts (141), Asian-American children (140), women's studies (138), Caldecott (137), bedtime (137), bilingual texts (131), the west and the rest (129), dragons (124), young artists (123), death (120), Native American folklore (118), WWII (117), feisty girls (116), Floris Books (116), American Revolution (114), time travel (113), Irish folklore (109), WWI (108), 1880s (108), Danish children (108), immigrants (107), monsters (105), seasons (104), innovative bindings (103), Latino children (102), pony books (102), aviators (99), Danish folklore (99), Hans Christian Andersen (98), Swedish children (98), poetry (97), Euro-American folklore (97), children's Irish (94), Other Voice (94), wordless (94), comics|graphic-novels (94), folklore collections (93), toys (93), fairy-tale fiction (93), German folklore (92), geography (90), autumn beauty (88), disability (88), Dutch children (87), ballet (87), 1870s (86), New Zealand children (85), Russian folklore (84), anthologies (84), Catholic children (83), emotions (83), Joan Aiken (81), biography (78), fantasy (77), intercommunity friendship (77), Scots children (76), Classical mythology (76), mixed families (75), bullying (75), birthdays (74), dinosaurs (73), carols (73), arboreal friends (73), Japanese children (72), literary classics (71), children's science fiction (70), cooking|food (68), Greek mythology (68), Enid Blyton (68), dolls (67), camping (65), didactic fiction (65), Arthurian legend (65), African folklore (65), French folklore (65), books|reading (64), memoir (64), seashore (63), reassurance tales (63), Soviet children (62), poverty (61), L.M. Montgomery (61), Indian children (60), sequels by other authors (60), moving house (59), young musicians (58), heirs|heiresses (58), seafaring (57), Brothers Grimm (57), young writers (57), girls' literature studies (57), Russian children (56), world-in-miniature (56), libraries (55), dystopia (55), children's science (55), Chinese folklore (54), board-books (53), epics|sagas (53), sinuous selkies (53), Hanukkah (53), gardens (52), English folklore (52), New England (52), 1950s (52), literary criticism (51), Thanksgiving (51), Swiss children (51), war (50), Middle Atlantic folklore (50), American Civil War (50), alphabet books (50), folklore studies (50), celebrity authors (49), counting books (48), epistolary (48), Pennsylvania (48), Tilbury House (47), summer splendor (47), -18th-century children (47), Georgette Heyer (47), Aesop (47), Coteau Books (46), pioneers (46), Regency Romance (46), fables (45), Gaeilge (45), 1860s (45), art (44), philosophy (44), English literature (44), beauties and beasts (44), Indian folklore (43), meta-fiction (42), Reynard (42), mermaids (42), Ruritanian Romance (42), vampires (42), children's music (42), Jewish folklore (41), zoo (41), aliens (41), young adult romance (41), religion (41), West African folklore (40), feminism (40), New Jersey (40), 1980s (40), dreams (40), young actors (39), LGBT (39), Inuit folklore (39), Christianity (39), quilled critters (39), Inhabit Media (39), Scots folklore (39), tricksters (39), Kentucky (38), fairy-tale studies (38), Japanese folklore (38), Colonial America (37), Finnish children (37), Enchanted Lion Books (36), toddlers (36), new baby (36), first day of school (36), pirates (36), racism (36), Norwegian folklore (36), Indian-American children (35), French-Canadian children (35), unicorns (35), 1970s (34), Italian literature (34), Cinderella (34), Massachusetts (34), mystery (34), minister's children (34), Spanish children (33), superheroes (33), fashion|clothing (33), Appalachia (32), American history (32), search and find (32), Italian children (32), Ireland|Irish (32), young adult literature studies (32), Romany (31), Christian children (31), adoption|fostering (31), storms (31), 1960s (31), refugees (31), froggy-friends (31), out-of-step-with-the-zeitgeist (30), young dancers (30), dissertation (30), Oziana (30), ducklings in danger (29), education (29), nursery rhymes (29), California (28), Classical Antiquity (28), Italian folklore (28), French literature (28), Easter (28), Quakers (28), fantastic creatures (28), Robin Hood (27), Holocaust (27), Valentine's Day (27), Arab folklore (27), Greek Antiquity (27), Irish literature (27), picture-book studies (27), Muslim children (27), ancient history (26), Minnesota (26), Wisconsin (26), humane education (26), malt shop novels (25), travel (25), blindness (25), manga (25), illness (25), Second Story Press (25), circus (25), saints (25), spring delight (25), Pennsylvania folklore (24), language instruction (24), inventors (24), Michigan (23), South African children (23), career novels (23), manners (23)
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Nuage des mots-clés, Nuage des auteurs, Miroir des mots-clés
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Inscrit depuis
Mar 30, 2013
Nom réel
Abigail Adams Moller
A propos de ma bibliothèque
After twenty+ years working at various bookstores, my personal library is eclectic in the extreme, although my long-standing interest in children's literature means that juvenile titles predominate. As for my online library, which includes those books I have borrowed from libraries all over the country (Inter-Library Loan being a wondrous thing!), it ranges from obscure American children's novels from the early twentieth century, to the latest blockbuster picture-books.
A propos de moi
I am the newest member of the LibraryThing team, working on special projects and member support. I run the Early Reviewers program, manage our social media accounts, and write LibraryThing's newsletter, State of the Thing.

A sincere stumbler after truth, with no shortage of opinions, and a strong desire to do right, I believe in reasoned and respectful discourse. With more areas of interest than time to pursue them - not to mention a nature more given to enthusiasm than prone to discipline - I suspect that my list of books to-read will always outstrip my list of books already read.
Lieu (géographique)
New Jersey
Adhésions
En cours de lecture
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Favoris locaux

Librairies: Books of Wonder (Downtown), Chapters Bookstore, Dubray Books - Grafton Street, Eason's, Gutter Bookshop, Hodges Figgis, McNally Jackson - Seaport, MindFair, Strand Bookstore, Ulysses Rare Books

Bibliothèques: New York Public Library - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Oberlin College Library, Oberlin Public Library, The Morgan Library & Museum, Trinity College Library Dublin, White Plains Public Library, Woodbridge Public Library - Henry Inman Branch Library

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