Sara: Do you have any pets?
Michelle: Yes! I have one pet. Her name is Stacy. She's a cat. She's an extremely adorable tabby. A tiger tabby, as a matter of fact.
Sara: What's your favorite food?
Michelle: My favorite food, I've definitely got to say -- and this is true, even before I read the book or the movie -- [is] tomato sandwiches. I love them. And I make them exactly like Harriet does.
I get either a bagel or a bun, put mayonnaise on it, then I slice tomatoes. I put a lot of them on, because I love tomatoes. So I put a lot on the bagel or the bun, on top of the mayonnaise, and then I put a lot of salt on the tomatoes. And then I close the bagel or the bun, and then I gobble it up.
Sara: What do you like to do to treat yourself? Do you have a favorite ice cream or food?
Michelle: I eat fruit a lot. I eat fruit like a lot of kids eat candy. I like plums, or grapes, or oranges, and I like raspberries, strawberries, cherries -- just all different kinds of fruit. My favorite ice cream is vanilla. I love vanilla cakes and ice cream cakes.
Sara: What's your all-time favorite movie?
Michelle: I have a couple of favorite movies. "Grease" is one, and "The Sound of Music", and "Clueless".
Sara: Do you have any hobbies? What do you like to do just for fun?
Michelle: I like to read, and I like to write. I do have a diary. I write about all the different things that I see, stuff that I told my friends, or something that happened. I like to watch TV, and I like to draw in my spare time. But I really like reading. When I first started the "Harriet" books, it opened me to a whole new world. It opened me to somewhere that I could imagine, and it opened me to the joys of using my imagination. You know, it just taught me so many things. It just showed me this whole new world, a great reading world. I've been reading ever since, and I'm above my reading level. I guess reading can make anything possible.
Sara: What do you like to read?
Michelle: Well, I like to read some horror books. I like to read mysteries, and I like to read books about the Nazis. I think that's an interesting topic, and something that children should know more about these days. ... I think that it's terrible, but I find it interesting. ... I'll always read a good mystery, and it'll keep me hanging. And I guess I like horror books a little bit. R.L. Stine is one of my favorite authors, but I don't particularly like his "Goosebumps" series. I prefer his "Fear Street" series.
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