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A little bit about Harriet the literary bulldog: Harriet is a highly regarded connoisseur of literature, grumpy facial expressions, and all that is edible. She does not take kindly to being woken up from naps, dieting, or being referred to as “he” by ill-mannered humans on the street. While already a celebrity in her own mind, she is now creating quite a frenzy as the world’s first canine literary critic.
Harriet interviews LAUREN OLIVER, the New York Times bestselling author of Before I Fall and Delirium, for her inaugural column.
HLB: Hello Miss Oliver, may I call you Miss Oliver? I feel Lauren is a bit too familiar; as you know English bulldogs are very keen on manners (The legal department of the Literary Bulldog wishes to make the following disclosure: 99% of all English bulldog owners and veterinarians disagree with this statement). As I am not only a big fan of your work, but a big fan of my own work, I have very high hopes for this interview…shall we begin?
Lauren Oliver: Let’s do it!
Ghoulfriends Forever is a brand-new Monster High series, introducing three new monster characters. As new students, the trio must navigate the bewildering array of cute monster boys, established cliques, and monster-rific subjects like Mad Science, G-ogre-phy, and Physical Deaducation. As if that weren’t hard enough, something strange and sinister seems to be happening at the school. Popular girls like Frankie Stein and Cleo de Nile are acting weird-and all signs point to everyone’s new favorite teacher, Miss Sylphia Flapper. Can the new GFFs expose the fave as a fraud, or will they succumb to peer pressure?
Gitty is the author of the middle grade series SCHOOL OF FEAR, SCHOOL OF FEAR 2: CLASS IS NOT DISMISSED and SCHOOL OF FEAR 3: THE FINAL EXAM (Little Brown For Young Readers). She is also the author of the adult romantic comedy THE MAKEDOWN (Grand Central).
She currently lives in New York City with her highly literate English bulldog Harriet. And yes she still talks too much.