Thursday, January 8, 2009


My long time friend, Larry Litle, played a significant role in my comic reading as an adult, which ultimately shaped my educational pedagogy toward reading and overall educational philosophy.

Litle is a life long comic book fan who delights in passing onto other his love and passion for comic literature, especially the traditional superhero genre. He has worked with pre-teens and teens in various capacities during his life including his time as a school counselor, a mental health counselor, and in church youth ministry.

A poor reader in elementary school, Litle credits his reading of comic books as the intervention that helped him stay interested in reading during his youth and as an avid reader in his adulthood.

Litle comes to the Classroom as a contributing writer submitting reviews periodically.

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