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Q: What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
A: Put on pink satin pointe shoes and posed on an iceberg.
Q: What are your favorite foods?
A: Turkey skin (only on Thanksgiving), steamed artichokes (with mayo dip, not butter), and my homemade carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.
Q: Favorite clothes?
A: Check out my red, blue, green and yellow sneakers!
Q: Favorite books?
A: “Holes” by Louis Sachar, “The Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger,” “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.
Q: Favorite music?
A. Rock and roll. (Past! Present! Future!) But I like to dance to Blues and Contemporary!
Q: Favorite movie?
A: Musicals with lots of dancing: “Chicago,” “All That Jazz,” “West Side Story” -- and this really great old movie about ballet called “The Turning Point.”
Q: Favorite subject in school:
A: P.E. (But I hated the smelly locker room!)
Q: Least favorite?
A: Home Ec. (Sewing was hard!)
Q: If you had your own reality show what would it be called?
A: “So I Think I Can Dance” Ha. Ha. Ha.
JESSE (Wisconsin): I just wanted to thank you for writing "Frozen Stiff", which I read waaaaay back in 7th grade and really enjoyed. It was one of those books that stuck with me over the years, and I was reminded of it again recently and wanted to say thank you.
Carla (California): AHH I LOVE SKIN AND BONESZZZ I GOT IT AT BARNES AND NOBLES WOTH MY BIRTTHDAY MONEY AND SO FAR I LPVE IT. ALICE IS REALLY FRUSTRATING ME WOTH THE WHOLE MAGAZONE THKNG THOUGH
KYLE (Washington): I recently read "Skin and Bones". I was satisfied until the end. It got me wondering if there would be a sequel? I want to know what happened to Alice and if Jack makes a full recovery and if the two meet again. I want to know if lard becomes a chef and if him and Teresa stay together.