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I just graduated college two weeks ago and upon closing this chapter of my life was feeling nostalgic, so I decided to pick up my favorite childhood book: Fairest. It was just as enchanting as the first time I read it and it left me feeling things I can't put to words. Mrs. Levine, your books were a highlight of my adolescence; from The Wish, to Ella Enchanted, to the Princess Tales, nothing got me reading quite like one of your stories. Your books have been nothing short of magic.

Much love,

# 2596 - Leigh - 05/23/2017 - 17:24 - City: Fairfax - State: VA - Country: USA
Rikki Li--Thank you! Good luck with your writing!

Amanda Brown--Thanks for getting the word out about ELLA!

Callie--I'm honored that you wrote about ELLA and me! I hope a career in libraries pleases you, but I'm also glad that my example is evidence that a first career choice doesn't have to be the only one.
# 2595 - Gail Carson Levine 05/20/2017 - 08:02 - City: - State: - Country:
Hi Mrs. Levine,

I know you have written many wonderful books that I missed growing up, but the one book I read more than any other was Ella Enchanted. Now almost thirty years old, I still remember the magic of reading your book. There are certain points in life that, through the right combination of age and circumstance, shape the person you become. I think Ella was one for me. Her unique courage and purpose was inspiring in a time when I was searching for something deeper. My copy of your book is worn through the years. A girl in a green dress who is not Anne Hathaway (although she was great) smiles from the cover.

I am currently a graduate student of Library Sciences, asking myself every day whether this was a good decision. I enjoyed reading your biography--it's always good to hear that the pieces can fall together later. My final paper for the course "History of the Book" is due tomorrow; my paper is about you and Ella Enchanted, specifically the publishing process and editions. While I was on your website, I wanted to say hello and thank you for your writing. A good book is not easy to forget.
# 2594 - Callie Martin - 04/29/2017 - 23:51 - City: Jackson - State: MS - Country: USA
Hey! I'm an 18-year-old graphic designer and blogger from SC. I've been compiling an e-magazine since I was 12 and I just wanted to let you know that we featured "Ella Enchanted" in our latest issue! :) You can take a peek at
# 2593 - Amanda Brown - 04/25/2017 - 14:26 - City: - State: - Country:
Dear Mrs. Levine,

I just wanted to thank you for writing Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg, which I read when I was still in elementary school. Even now, as I'm about to graduate university, that book remains one of my favorites, and I really attribute it to my budding interest in writing in general—your writing is just so rich and magical, tinged with lovely melancholy and sharp wit, and yet with an undertone of dark realism...all of which create this balance that I can only hope to achieve one day with my own writing. In any case, I just wanted to say thank you. No matter how old I am, your fairytales will definitely remain constant in my bookshelf for years to come. :-)
# 2592 - Rikki Li 04/24/2017 - 00:42 - City: Pittsburgh - State: PA - Country: United States
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