Photo by Angie Baquedano
Photo by Angie Baquedano

“Well I still live in my childhood, and I don’t think I have one particular childhood memory that peaks above the others. Now if I had to pick, I would say it was when my father would read out loud to my siblings and I. He would read to us six nights a week up until I was in eighth grade. The best part about it is he wouldn’t just stick to small children’s books, but we would venture into Charles Dickens territory or Oliver Twist. It was my favorite part of the day, and that’s why I became a children’s literature professor.”

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Angie Baquedano is the Assistant Lifestyle Editor at Niner Times. She is close to completing her Creative Writing major and Journalism Minor as an Undergraduate and hopes to one day work for The National Geographic Society. When Angie isn’t swamped with homework or working her CNA job she can be found traveling, reviewing restaurants for Charlotte Food Adventures or taking up new hobbies such as painting with oil pastels (It changes depending on what inspires her that week).

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