User talk:Shuggiebear97

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Welcome[edit]

Hello Shuggiebear97, and welcome to Wikipedia. I hope that you have enjoyed contributing and want to stick around. Here are some tips to help you get started:

If you need any more information, plenty of help is available - check out Wikipedia:Questions; ask your question here and attract help with the code {{helpme}}; or leave me a message on my talk page explaining your problem and I will help as best as I can. Again, welcome! strdst_grl (call me Stardust) 11:24, 3 June 2010 (UTC)

Welcome to WikiProject Children's Literature[edit]

Hello, Shuggiebear97, and Welcome to WikiProject Children's literature. Go to the To-Do list of this WikiProject to see the list of open tasks. I hope that you enjoy being part of this project. Again welcome!

Thanks a lot for helping out with the assessment work. There's a big backlog at the minute, but it will go much quicker with your help. By the way, I moved the Job Centre discussion to its own page at Wikipedia:WikiProject Children's literature/Project Discussion/Job Centre - please visit and add your opinion on the clarified discussions. strdst_grl (call me Stardust) 11:24, 3 June 2010 (UTC)

Hi! Most of my userboxes are true - all of the ones on my userpage and in my userboxes and most of the ones that I have made. I guess we must be fairly similar... especially if the pi in your original signature is all the digits you know, because that's only one less than to where I have learnt it. strdst_grl (call me Stardust) 09:32, 4 June 2010 (UTC)

Message from WikiProject Children's literature[edit]

WikiProject Children's literature has been invited by the Wikipedia Signpost to feature in the WikiProject Report in the July 19 issue. Please contribute to this report by answering the interview questions here. strdst_grl (call me Stardust) 10:36, 8 June 2010 (UTC)

WikiProject Children's and Young Adult literature Newsletter[edit]

WikiProject Children's literature banner.png Newsletter September 2010

Project news
  • Welcome to the first edition of the WikiProject Children's literature newsletter! If you are interested in contributing or want more information, you can find us in the Outreach department.
  • The project now has a list of its most popular pages. The mosts visited page in our project's scope in July was List of Twilight characters which was visited 538088 times from July 1st to July 31st; which means it was visited a whopping 17357 a day.
  • Due to the combined efforts of several editors, the backlog of nearly 4000 unassessed articles has been eradicated in less than six months. Thanks to everyone who took part!
Collaboration article

Don't forget that the current Children's literature collaboration article is Curious George (book). Be sure to get involved and together we can make the article a better quality.


From the Editors

Hello and welcome to this, the inaugural edition of the WikiProject Children's literature newsletter. We're very excited about it and we hope that you will enjoy reading it. We're still in the early stages, though, and need your suggestions and feedback. Do you like the newsletter? What would you like to see in the next edition? Please give us your feedback on this issue here. We really value it.

Current discussions

The project's current discussions are as follows:


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WikiProject Children and Young Adult's literature Newsletter - October 2010[edit]

WikiProject Children's literature banner.png Newsletter October 2010

Project news
Unreferenced BLPs

There's only a few Unreferenced BLPs (Biographies of living people) left. Why not head over to the page and help by adding sources to the articles? It's an important job, that requires assistance.


From the Editor

Hello and welcome to this, the second edition of the newsletter. This month, I need to ask a favour of you. You may have seen that this month I had to write the newsletter by my self. I really need your help with writing and giving suggestions. If you have a suggestion for a future edition, please list it at the tips desk. You may also notice the links underneath this piece. Please use them to share this newsletter on your favourite social networks. Until next time, happy editing!


Ways to promote the project
If you're interested in promoting the project, why not visit the Outreach department for more ideas?

There are many ways to promote the project. One of them is to add the project's ad to your userpage. To do this, simply add the code {{Template:Wikipedia ads|ad=212}} to your talk or user page. Another thing you can do is to invite other users to join the project. To find prospective members search the history pages of Children's literature-related articles and invite people who seem to be deoing good things for these articles. The code for the invitation template is {{subst:Wikipedia:WikiProject Children's literature/Invite}}.

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Children and Young Adult's literature WikiProject Newsletter - Issue 3[edit]

WikiProject Children's literature banner.png Newsletter November 2010

Project news
  • The project's most popular page in September was Harry Potter which received 481902 views throughout the month. That means that it received on average 16063 views each day. It's a GA which is Top importance within the project's scope. To see more popular pages head over to the list now.
  • The Children's literature Portal is up for Peer review. Please feel free to chime in here.
  • Pandawing$ has joined the project. Thanks for joining Pandawing$.
Articles needing infoboxes

There are lots of articles within this project's scope without infoboxes. They can help to improve the quality of an article by adding a brief overview. It's a task that won't take very long so why not head over now and help out?


From the Editor

Hello and welcome to this, the third edition of our WikiProject's newsletter. In this month's newsletter, I encountered a problem, well, two problems actually. I needed some help with the production: suggestions and other writers. As with last month, if you have any suggestions for the newsletter, please add them at the Tips Desk. If you would like to write some of the next issue, that's even better! Just come go over to the main Newsletter page to see where you can help out, and of course, as always, please give us your feedback on this edition, on the talk page. Until next time, happy editing!


Children's literature news


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