1. Each time they are in science class, Bella describes an electric-like current passing between her and Edward. What do you think this current is?
Well, I guess it is the attraction they feel for each other. Sort of a chemical reaction to each others presence.
2. During all the questions, we learn that the thing Edward asks the most about are books Bella has read. Why do you think he mostly asks about books?
Maybe books are something he is interested in as well or he feels that books are important to Bella. I guess the kind of books you like also show what kind of a person you are, so maybe Edward tries to find out what kind of person Bella is (as he can't read her mind, he must think of something else to get close to her thoughts).
3. What type of books do you think Bella mentions?
She probably mentionned Jane Austin. I guess she likes romantic novels, classic stuff, maybe also a bit of fantasy.
4. What was your reaction to hearing what twilight is like for vampires?
I felt a bit sad actually. I was wondering about the fact that after so many years as a vampire, twilight is still something remarkable for Edward, something that makes him stop for a moment and think about how another day has come to an end. It made me wonder a bit, though, because I would have expected twilight to be a good time - because it is safest for vampires. The way Edward says it, it sounds more as if it was something incredibly sad.