O Europa!

Volunteering at my son’s school library means I get to help kids discover books they didn’t even know they wanted to read–and also means I can check out books without exceeding my son’s 5th grade (3 books per student) limit.

I get my own limit of books to check out. Because I’m a volunteer.

As a writer of kidlit: HOW HELPFUL IS THAT. blog1

Currently, I’ve checked out a little stack of books on the planet Jupiter and one of Jupiter’s many moons, Europa, perhaps the most important moon, because it might harbor life in its ice-blanketed ocean, which suits my sequel perfectly.

Yours in planets, infinite possibilities and what is, so far, fun research,


PS. an arm of my prescription reading glasses broke off. I find it no easy feat to read, turn pages and hold glasses steady. Reminds me of my juggling days, only now I’m not as coordinated…

About PB Rippey

Writer, wife, mother, grateful. Fiction, memoir, poetry, kidlit (MG), member SCBWI. pbwrites.wordpress.com
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1 Response to O Europa!

  1. Jennifer Plana says:

    So cool!

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