My heart’s desire is to turn reluctant readers into book sluts!” says Tori Jensen.
Jensen, a high school librarian from St. Paul, MN, isn’t out to corrupt kids. She’s simply trying to get them to read, especially those students who’d rather get sprayed by a skunk than curl up with a conventional tome. That’s why Jensen constantly booktalks hi/lo titles and uses them extensively with struggling readers. She also hand sells these turbocharged titles to every kid she can and reviews hi/lo books on Goodreads.com, a social networking site for readers.
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