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July 1, 2010
Mr. Fleischman will endure in his characters & stories such as my favorite (maybe because it was my introduction to his world) - Mr. Mysterious & Company.
Yet for the fortunate readers & aspiring writers who were able to spend time in his presence at the many workshops he presented, such as at SCBWI in Los Angeles, he lives on in the sense of grace he exhbitied.
Mr. Fleischman never heard a question, no matter how many times asked before, no matter how trivial, without looking at the questioner directly and answering the person as if they were the only one in the room. His carring for each reader & aspiring writer felt palpable.

Thanks for the link here, from the Laura's Life blog.
March 31, 2010
As a retired elementary school teacher, I read orally to my class every day. Chancey and the Grand Rascal was my first book every year. Sid's colorful characters captivated my student's attention and imagination. Thanks for sharing your imagination with us.
March 30, 2010
Mr.Fleischman will be greatly missed. I am a fan of his writing. We read "The Whipping Boy" in college and I have tried to read all of his books since. The world has lost a true artist.
Thank you Sid
March 30, 2010
Being a member of the pantheon of Newbery Medal winners is a most signal honor. Sail well, Sid, with the likes of Armstrong Sperry. The young readers, . . . and the old, will miss you.
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