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  • Loganberry

    Number the Stars - a really good book about a girl who needs to escape the Holocaust - one of the great books that I had to read during my best college class: Children's Lit

  • Cindy Wichert

    Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. Takes me back to 5th grade with Mrs. Plattner.

  • Mariela Morales

    My favorite book in middle school.

  • Katie Vansell

    number the stars (this was my favorite book when I was in 5th grade I will def have to read it to Lillie and future kids).

  • Hillary Steckler

    Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. WWII historical fiction.

  • Crisel Blenda

    Living in the dark while protecting your loved ones. Book review: Number the stars by Lois Lowry

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