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350) RIcky 
Location:
Denmark
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11-11-2010 09:36 AM Write a comment

My friends Alex and Chantel love your books!
349) gwobie 
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11-10-2010 09:19 AM Write a comment

My favorite book is pigman

gwobie 11-10-2010 09:20 AM
*The Pigman*
348) LOU CARTER KEAY (aka LOU*LOU) 
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Valley Village, CA
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10-29-2010 11:36 AM Write a comment

I once wrote a short story for Dr. Lonnie Barbach's "Erotic Interludes", and Paul graciously composed a jacket blurb, which was used when the book was published.
Attending the annual Children's Book and Author Breakfast, I traipsed across a giant ballroom filled with 100s of tables-for-ten and heard my name called out. It was Paul, sitting among his publishers, wearing a pig necktie. I was so flattered to be recognized by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author in such a crowd.
I spoke with Paul by phone from NY when he told me of his divorce and said he would fill me in when next he visited California. After quite some time, I called his agent and learned of his death. I grieved for my dear friend.
Now age 83, a 3-time cancer survivor, I aspire to be the "oldest living character actress" in the Guinness Book of Records. Paul was too young to lose the battle with cancer.

beth 10-7-2011 06:19 AM
your book loch is the best book in the state.
347) Lou Carter Keay (aka LOU*LOU) 
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Valley Village, CA
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10-29-2010 11:24 AM Write a comment

Seeing "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" tonight, so got nostalgic about Paul. In the '60s I played the old lady in "Marigolds" at the Theatre Center in Lubbock, TX. Two decades later, working for Irwin Allen Productions, I fortunately found myself teamed with Paul on "Alice in Wonderland". There were three Pauls on the "Alice" project, so I christened Zindel "Arthur". People would ask why I called him Arthur, and I'd reply when the curtain comes down and the house lights go up, the audience yells "Arthur! Arthur!"
346) Debby 
Location:
Dallas, texas
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10-15-2010 03:40 AM Write a comment

I read my darling my hamburger in the 70's my favorite line in the whole book is must have been kicked in the head by a butterfly great book thank you for writing it
345) Jeffory Schroeder 
Location:
North Vernon Indiana
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9-30-2010 09:48 AM Write a comment

4110 West County Road
175 North, North Vernon, IN 47265

September 29th



Dear Mr. Zindel

My name is Jeffory Schroeder. I am 12 years old and in seventh 7th . I go to Jennings County Middle School. I just read one of your books

I read your book Night of the Bat. I thought it was a interesting book because it made me want to keep reading to see what happens next. What inspired you to write a book about Bats?Do any of your family members work as a bat biologist? Why did you put the theme in Brazil.

I like the book because it keeped me interested. I really liked chapter five because it talked about the bat coming out and Jake trying to get the bat to let go of Hanuma. What was your favorite chapter?



Sincerely,



Jeffory Schroede
344) cole thompson 
Location:
lebanon middle school
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9-29-2010 09:58 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Zindel,

I’m Cole Thompson and I am a student at Lebanon Middle School. I just recently read The Pigman and it was a really good book. It was the strangest book I’ve ever read because I had never read another book that had teens hanging out with elders people.

I liked John the best in the story because he’s the funny one in the story. If John wasn’t in the book it would be very boring, because there would be nothing stupid happen in the book. Any thing and every thing would be calm as could be.

I thought when I heard this story it was going to be a farm story or something like Ronald Mc Donald or any thing. But it turned out to be a city kind of book, but it was good as any book I’ve ever read. I don’t like reading books, but I like reading this one. It was rather a funny book.

After reading the book and did have a few questions that I would like answered Does John and Lorraine have the same personality in the book as in real life.
Does John really put a bathroom bomber in the bathroom. I think that was quite funny. I don’t even like reading books, but I might even read the Pigmans Legacy.


Sincerely,


Cole Thompson
343) Bethanie Pittman 
Location:
Leabanon
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9-28-2010 09:57 AM Write a comment

3944 Bradfordsville Road
Lebanon Kentucky 40033
September 27, 2010

Dear Mr. Zindel,
I am a 7th grader at Lebanon Middle School. The reason I wrote to you is because we read The Pigman in our reading class. One thing I would like to tell you about me is I like to write about the topics you do, I like reading and writing about romance and action.
In this book I am like the character Lorraine because we are not lunatics, like John. He is a lunatic because he always doing something crazy. Another reason I am Lorraine is we both like to write, She wants’ to be a writer and so do I. My finial reason I am like Lorraine is our mom’s would not let us drink alcohol at the age of ten like John’s parents did they thought it was fun and funny.
While reading this book I thought of a couple questions I would like to ask you. Did your wife really die? How did you come up with those ideas to make them into a book?
If I had a chance to change this book I could not because I think it’s a very interesting book, its shows action, and romance. I cant wait to read another book of yours.

Sincerely,

BethaniePittman
342) Justice 
Location:
Lebanon Ky.
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9-28-2010 09:52 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Zindel

I am a 7th grade student at Lebanon Middle School. I’m writing to you because I just read The Pigman. I think this book is fantastic.
I liked the characters in the book. The character I liked the most was Lorraine because she likes John and because she was the character with the longer chapters and I like big and long books to read.
My favorite part of the book was when Lorraine and John kissed because I like romance books and Lorraine really liked John and John liked Lorraine.
I think that you did I awesome job writing this book and I think that you should keep writing books that everybody can read, I just want to ask you a couple questions. Why is John so bad, what is the purpose of it? Every time John would read the book it just be like he was a really bad boy. Another question I want to ask you is why didn’t Lorraine and John get together? It really seemed like it because after they kissed they looked at each other like they loved each other because it was there first time they had kissed! The Pigman is really interesting and fun to read.
I think you did really great writing The Pigman, I wouldn’t change anything because I liked everything about it. You write very good books and I hope that you will keep writing good stories like The Pigman.

Thank you for taking your time and reading my letter, I hope you really enjoyed it. Your books are wonderful to read!!!


Sincerely,




Justice Holder
341) Lexis 
Location:
Lebanon ky.
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9-28-2010 09:47 AM Write a comment

1200 Siloam Road Bradfordsville Ky.40009
September 27, 2010


Dear Mr. Zindel,

I’m thirteen years old, in the seventh grade at Lebanon Middle School. In reading we just finished The Pigman. I’m writing to you because we read your book and I really liked it. One thing that we have in common is that we both like romance in books.
In The Pigman I’m mostly like Lorraine because we both have doughts about our-selves. Plus, every character in this book is believable especially Lorraine. Just like girls today Lorraine was talked into things just like ewe are.
My favorite part of the book is when Lorraine and John kiss. I like this part because it shows that John really likes Lorraine. Plus, it shows how sweet John can really be.
In The Pigman if I could change anything in the book I would change when they found out that Chencheta was not on vacation in California. She was actually dead. I would like to change that because I would have liked to find that out in the end.
At the beginning of the story when the teachers started to talk about the book I thought it was going to be about a famer. The teachers told us to draw a picture to show them what we thought the book was going to be about and my picture was about a farmer. Then we found out it was a bout a man who collects pigs.
I enjoyed reading your book The Pigman. I plan on reading a lot more of your books.


Sincerely,
Lexis Gorley
340) Timothy 
Location:
Leabanon Middle school
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9-28-2010 09:44 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Zindel,

I’m a 7th grader at Lebanon Middle School. My reading class just got finished reading your book The Pigman. I enjoyed it very much. I will read more of your books in the future.

My favorite character in the book is Mr. Pignatti because he is a sweet loving old man. I really liked how he got on the roller skates. I can picture that old man riding roller skates. That was the best funny part in the book. The most exciting part in the book was when John and Lorraine had that party and Norton was mad because he was not invited and he sneaked in the pig room and broke the poor Pigman’s pigs. I felt sorry for the Pigman

The book has inspired me to make a homemade Pigman movie, until then I will just read your wonderful books. I will read the Pigman’s Legacy next.

You have done a great job on the books I love them all so much. Thanks for being such a great author.


Sincerely
Timothy
339) Courtney seals 
Location:
lebanon
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9-28-2010 09:41 AM Write a comment

20 Author Mattingly rd.
Lebanon, Ky 40033
September 28, 2010


Dear Mr. Zindel,

I'm a 7th grader at Lebanon Middle School I'm 13 years old. I'm writing to you because I read your book called THE PIGMAN and it was my favorite book to read.

The charater that I would be is Lorriane because she is funny and she would dress up like she has a boyfriend or something.

My favorite part of the book is when Lorriane goes upstairs and dresses up like Conchetta and tells John to give her one kiss, that was cool. everyone in my class laughed.

While I was reading your book I was wondering if you could answer these questions?
How did you become a writer? Who imformed you to write stories.


If Icould change the story it would be nothing because I like it the way it is I've been imspired to read more of your books. also I am reading another book of yours called My Darling, My Hamburger.

I look foward to read more of your books in the future.



Sincerely

Courtney Seals
338) Tom 
Location:
Beverley, England
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9-16-2010 11:00 AM Write a comment

i'm doing a piece on the pigman for school and i really enjoy it
337) Doni 
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9-10-2010 11:53 AM Write a comment

Like your book the Pigman!
336) sharon waltz 
Location:
manorville, ny
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8-24-2010 08:54 PM Write a comment

I would like to share the positive feedback from my students in a self-contained special education class. This class was a significant challenge to say the least. I had them for every 8th grade academic subject. There comes a time when a teacher says, "How in the world am I going to pick out a book they will enjoy and become eager to continue reading?" Thank you, Thank you,Thank you,!!!! The class consisted of learning disabled and emotionally disturbed students. The group came right into the classroom, sat down and yelled at the rest of the class to sit so we could start reading the next chapter. They read aloud, which is a huge hurdle to overcome with this population.

I took some time off to teach high school, but now find myself back in a 7-9th grade 12:1:1 classroom setting. There are so many lessons to be learned throught this book. To say I am excited to share this story with my class is an understatement. I thank yo so much for sharing your creativity with teachers and children. My very first thought when considering our reading books was The Pigman. I cannot put into words how greatful I am you have shared your talents.
Sharon Lyn Waltz
Special Educator

Eastport South Manor Jr/Sr High School
543 Moriches Middle Island Rd
Manorville, NY 11949
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335) rhea davis 
Location:
rockland county new york
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8-13-2010 09:58 AM Write a comment

Dear Sir, My grandson is really into your book ,he is reading The Doom Stone, could you please tell us what time of the year it was in the story when these events occured as he needs it for a school book report.Your books are very exciting for him as he loves any story that is gorey,creepy and a spinetingler,he is graduating into the 6th grade and he hopes your books are in the school library.Thank you so much.David medina 6th grade and Mrs Rhea Davis grandmother
334) austin chrisman 
Location:
NC atlantic beach
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8-10-2010 07:40 PM Write a comment

I really like Louch,Rapter,Reef of death and the doom stone i just got done reading Loch. I tell every one about u and they read your books and say their the best. And every one wish's that u would write some more books like loch
and if u get this i really hope u write some more books. you even got me reading. i really hated it but now i like it.
333) khadijah robertson 
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richburg, sc
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7-28-2010 12:57 PM Write a comment

the pigman book was okay i mean not the best it was so confusing the whole time but it was sad to the pigman die
332) Tigran 
Location:
Armenia
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7-15-2010 04:06 AM Write a comment

The play THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE MOON MARIGOLDS is a MASTERPIECE that diserves everyones attention and should be included in every text book, however, I am really sorry BUT the synopsis that is given inhere is horrible!!! Please, make it more up to the point! I think you have not highlighted what should have been underlined in the plot! Again, this is a GREAT WORK OF DISCOURSE with a sincere insight!!!
By the way the Russian TV version is great!!!!!!!!!!

DEE 7-28-2010 12:58 PM
I LOVED IT TOOO!
331) Tigran 
Location:
Armenia
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7-15-2010 04:05 AM Write a comment

The play THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE MOON MARIGOLDS is a MASTERPIECE that diserves everyones attention and should be included in every text book, however, I am really sorry BUT the synopsis that is given inhere is horrible!!! Please, make it more up to the point! I think you have not highlighted what should have been underlined in the plot! Again, this is a GREAT WORK OF DISCOURSE with a sincere insight!!!
By the way the Russian TV version is great!!!!!!!!!!
330) the M 
Location:
australia brisbane
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6-17-2010 05:03 PM Write a comment

hey i read your book bats I have do a project about you and your book and I have a question why did you give up teaching?
329) Bob 
Location:
New Jersey
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5-8-2010 05:18 AM Write a comment

I attended Tottenville HS 1966-1970
Mr Zindel was 1 of my teachers. But most of all,he was a friend that I think of often and I treasure the wisdom and words of encouragement he always found the time to share. I feel privilaged to have known him. He was a great man.
328) Austin Hall 
Location:
Hemitage,TN
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5-7-2010 09:10 AM Write a comment

Hi,My name`s AustinHall,I`m a 11 year old boy Right now,That is until september2nd 2010,wich is this year and i want to become a author.I`ve wrote many stories and has 2 binders full of `em.I havent read your books But i think i should read `em.I have problems with the fact of me being an author though!Here are the problems:I Don`t wanna be an author becouse what if my fans or people who are Teen authors and need advice to become adult authors write letters to me or email me?Or,What if i have a nice family and i can`t spend time with them or take care of them becouse im writing?!Those are my problems.How do you take care of your family?How do you even have enough time to sleep?Well,I hope your reading this becouse I NEED ADVICE BADLY! sorry if im recking your writing time right now! Sincerly,AustinHall. I also wanna know were pual address is.
327) John 
Location:
PA
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5-6-2010 07:10 PM Write a comment

Out of all the books in the world i only read one even though it was for school. the only one was worth remembering was The Pigman. greastest book for me
326) ghjygtj 
Location:
dfgs
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4-22-2010 02:18 PM Write a comment

every time i get this felling when i read the next page. hopefully the relationship will get a beter
325) Emilee Morgan 
Location:
Goldthwaite Texas
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4-20-2010 12:13 PM Write a comment

I need to know Paul Zindel's writing syle in The Pigman. The use of symbolism, irony, point of view, information about the characters, how they were created, most commonly useed themes, and the tone Paul Zindel takes toward his subject matter.
324) monkey 12 
Location:
kansas
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4-13-2010 11:41 AM Write a comment

i love paul zindels books he is my favorite writer
323) shannon 
Location:
burden, kansas
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4-12-2010 11:58 AM Write a comment

i love the book night of the bat i think it is one of the best books ever i was reading it and then i thuought I would use it for my bookshare and i thought that it was the best book ever plus i am in the 6th grade and i go to school in burden kansas at cetral elementry school and it is the bes school ever

sincerly
shannon
322) Liam James Dunstan 
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4-1-2010 02:10 AM Write a comment

Paul Zindels DEAD!!! WAHH WAAAHHHH !!! Sob he was so young so young.
321) Liam James Dunstan 
Location:
Australia
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4-1-2010 02:07 AM Write a comment

PAUL ZINDEL YOUR AWSOME!! I've read rats now I am reading bats I SO!! Want to read raptor, the loach, the reef of death and the doom stone you are 1 of my all time fav authors next 2 R.L stine and Jane lyons so please please please!! write more action, horror I love them thanks Liam has left the building.
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