Friday, October 19, 2007
John Green's Nerdtastic Home Library
“It occurs to me that on the long list of nerdy things I’ve said in my life, ‘I like almanacs’ is near the top.”
Author John Green celebrates Teen Read Week by taking his brother Hank on a video tour of his meticulously shelved home library. Not only is Green a passionate advocate of reading, but he is also a conscientious young man who makes sure to always separate his books on Islam and Christianity with a wicker basket to keep them from fighting. Nerds…gotta love ‘em.
The Official Website of John Green
By Tressa at October 19, 2007
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