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    Awesome!

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    old-school gatsby poster

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    Memoirs of a Geisha

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    One of my Fave books.

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    Ramona the Brave by Beverly Cleary

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    read many years ago

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    LOVE

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    life and death

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    Childhood classic. Love C.S. Lewis!

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    LOVE this book... movie was great too!

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    Today’s Featured New Release is The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein [HarperCollins], is a brand new edition of a classic children’s book

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    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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    Two methods for making monster page corner bookmarks. Too cute :D

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    One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish by Dr. Seuss - Kid Books we love to read

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    25 Must Have Books for Baby's First Library

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    you is kind, you is smart, you is important.

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    Wonderful

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    One of my children's favorite books. Hardcover or softcover...it delivers. Chicka chicka boom boom will there be enough room...

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    "One tool that Carly and I will use in order to raise our children to see and savor Jesus Christ as biblical theologians is The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name. It is beautifully written as it expounds Christ as the sum and focus of all the Bible stories Christians have historically moralized. Also, it is wonderfully and artistically illustrated. Obviously, Bailey won’t comprehend much for a few years, but in the meantime, we are building a gospel culture–not a moralistic, religious one–in our home. Adults should digest this book as well. If you have kids, get this book and learn from it, too. If you don’t have kids, buy this book for someone who does, and don’t be ashamed to read it before you put it in a gift bag."

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