Reviewer Biography: Janine Reads

“Janine Reads” is a book worm and library regular who makes a point to understand more than hate, laugh more than work, and  read more than watch television. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Education from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and has completed courses in Children’s Literature at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. Janine has been a teacher and active supporter of youth theatre, museums, and libraries across the country- from Seattle to Boston and many places in between. Inspired by the little things in life that bring happiness, Janine firmly believes that life is best lived one day at a time. Janine holds prejudice towards no book, but is currently drawn most to historical fiction and non-fiction histories.

3 responses to “Reviewer Biography: Janine Reads

  1. Fred Reads

    Hows life in Seattle?

    • Seattle is great, Fred! I read somewhere that Seattle is one of the most literate cities in America. The libraries and bookstores here certainly reflect that!

      I have been reading a novel by Tim Wynn Jones called Blink & Caution. Unfortunately, I think that the themes are just a little old for you (maybe a little old for me too). I will reveiw it when I am finished, though.

      A few of my friends here have started following the blog. They really enjoy it. My frind Kiva would like to extend his recommendations to you, after reading some of your reviews.

      He Recommends:

      The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud (The first one is titled “The Amulet of Samarkand”)

      and

      Enders Game by Orson Scott Card (Which is also a series, if you like “Enders Game”, the next one is called “Ender’s Shadow”)

      You should be able to get both those at the library, possibly on your kindle as well. I’ve heard some of the Bartimaeus trilogy read aloud. Its humorous. You should check that one out, for sure.

      Also, you should write a biography for yourself, like the one above for me. Have your Mom email it to me and I will post it.

      How is Milwaukee?

      • Fred Reads

        This is an insanely warm year for Wisconsin a few days ago it was 92 degrees out and I made the mistake of wearing jeans.

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