Smashing “Skulduggery”

January 13, 2009 at 10:39 pm Leave a comment

This is an absolutely wonderful video I found via School Library Journal. Adorable kids with lisping British accents (“skulduggery” is a phenomenal word made only better by the voice of a British 8-year-old) talk about their favorite books of 2008.

I, too, “like those magic stories where you have magic powers and you go to an academy….and you have a big adventure, and its dangerous, and they’re only children. Yeah, I like that.” (~1:15)

Blog Note: I tried to turn off the “related posts (automatically generated)” feature, because it annoys the heck out of me. I can’t seem to tell if it worked or not, though. Did it? Are “related posts (automatically generated)” still showing up? Or, did you really enjoy them, in which case I’ll turn them back on?

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Man, I’m behind the library times “More Italics throughout”

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