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  • Holly Smith

    I do! I was a K teacher for 22 years and had over 40 boxes of books when I retired. Some I still have, the rest...I gave each stident a bag and told them to fill them up with whatever books they wanted. Then I put the rest on my porch with a sign that said free children's books and put a box of bags out also and when the kids wer walking home from school, they all stopped and filled a bag. It was great.

  • Jillian Calahan

    Bookfessions 888: I still love reading the children's books I grew up with.

  • Janet Jackson-Hartel

    This is why I teach preschool! I can read/buy all the kids books I want and nobody can say anything about it!

  • Lezleigh Kleibrink

    Little Women, Little House, A Little Princess, Anne of Green Gables, Betsy and Tacy....I can keep going...

  • Shena Hunter

    I still love the books from my childhood.

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