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    • April Sarpy

      Awesome display - What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status. Would be a great YA book club activity. Awesome exit ticket idea!!!

    • Tina Barrett

      Facebook status for book characters - What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status.

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