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    • Carrie Lee

      "Butterfly in the sky / I can go twice as high / Take a look / It's in a book / a Reading Rainbow!" // #childhood #nostalgia #80s #90s

    • Anna Fusco

      Reading Rainbow - 'Take a look, it's in a book!' All time favorite show as a kid. Goodness childhood memories

    • Lorra Mellor

      Butterfly in the sky, I can go twice as high. Take a look, it's in a book. A reading rainbow. :) Favorite show as a kid.

    • Courtney Patterson

      Butterfly in the sky...I can fly twice as high... what true 90's kid doesn't remember this?

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