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Re: Sixth grade Sci-Fi

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Fri, 03 Sep 1999 08:11:40 -0400


Dear Diana,
I hope you receive this. If anyone will let me know if they get this
email please, I haven't seen anything I've posted to the list pop up
since Wednesday.
Okay I know woody and Lawrence have contributed and it is kind of a
guy thing, but it's nice to see a teacher who is giving this
assignment to perhaps intrigue young women to read science fiction
also. That being said, my husband is also a science fiction reader
and also use to do Asimov illustrations for his mag. Analog. Below
is his web site, if you click on it, check out the sci.fi/pulp
sites. If you click on
Heinlan's resources, then click on the first Monster list of Heinlan
resources and then Amazon.com or:
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/Author%3DHeinlein%2C%20Robert%20A./002-2153334-6199400
you can see: Have spacesuit will travel for $4+ dollars
He also has a link to this:
http://sflovers.rutgers.edu/Web/SFRG/
which is the science fiction resource guide
Good luck,
Sandra
-- 
john barrick
http://home.fuse.net/astroboy
astroboy