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  • Katherine Pond

    Book lovers are like cat lovers--there are never too many. Fortunately, books don't need litter boxes!

  • Darla Dillon

    bookworms - it's true.

  • Makenzie Skinner

    In my future library :)

  • Stacey Taylor

    You can't have too many books. When my reading list gets low.. only 3 or 4 new books left to read.. it makes me panic a little

  • Gaby Schreyer

    The odd thing about people who had many books...this is so me, complete with #cats!

  • Olivia G.

    The odd thing about people who had many books was how they always wanted more. - Reading Quotes

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