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Readergirlz: October 2008


Are you ready to take a wild trip through a book? All month long, we're talking about Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan at readergirlz, and we're inviting you to come along for the ride! Read the new issue of readergirlz.

Then, October 13th through 17th, we're celebrating Teen Read Week with Night Bites, a series of online live chats with fourteen awesome authors. (Learn more about Night Bites in a separate post.)

rgz TV

Rachel and I captured our first face-to-face meeting on camera. Watch our interview on rgz TV!

Talk About It

What did you think of the book? Are you going to see the movie? What's on your personal playlist? Talk with other readers and with the author herself at the readergirlz forum.

I first read Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist in 2006, and I enjoyed it just as much if not more when I read it again in 2008. (I purposely re-read it the day I went to see the movie.)

I had a great deal of fun discussing both the book and the film at length with my friend Jackie. A YA librarian known for her blog Interactive Reader, Jackie is also on the postergirlz advisory coucil with me. Read the first part of our roundtable. Come back here next week for part two!

You can chat with Rachel Cohn live at the readergirlz forum on Thursday, October 23rd! The chat starts promptly at 6 PM PST/9 PM EST and will last for about an hour.

Recommended Reads

The readergirlz divas and the postergirlz advisory council recommend the following books alongside Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist:

Tips on Having a Gay (Ex-) Boyfriend by Carrie Jones
Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson
Bloom by Elizabeth Scott
Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen by Dyan Sheldon

Cinderella's Big Score by Maria Raha

Read, Reflect, Reach Out

In keeping with YALSA's Books with Bite, and rgz Night Bites, the divas thought it would be appropriate to encourage you to give blood to the American Red Cross. Some states allow you to donate at 16 years of age while others require you to be 17 years old. Check out the info at or call 1-800-GIVE-LIFE (1-800-448-3543).

Recent readergirlz Reads
Last month's featured book and author: Good Enough by Paula Yoo
Next month's featured book and author: Long May She Reign by Ellen Emerson White
Visit the readergirlz archive.

Related Posts
Meet the readergirlz divas and the postergirlz advisory council
Read the original readergirlz press release

View all of the readergirlz-tagged posts at Bildungsroman

For even more posts at Bildungsroman related to this book, please consult the list of links at the end of the Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist roundtable.
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