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    • Julia White🎀

      One of my favorite children's books! I love the Amelia Bedelia books as a kid and hope to share them with my students when I am teaching!

    • Alyssa Sanchez

      I pinned this because seeing all these titles brought back such great memories that I teared up. I've always loved books my first true love. Juliana will be 10 tomorrow but its never too late to share these with even my Annie. I really hope my kids have a love for reading the same way I always have.

    • Jillian Jensen

      67 Books to Read for a child. This was my favorite book series :) Amelia Bedelia!

    • Corrie Krpejs

      Amelia Bedelia- These are our favorite books to read together. The kids crack up!

    • Stephany Brody Vurik

      I remember when I was actually PROUD of myself for being able to read books like these. Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish. My favorite childhood books

    • Amanda Marcott Thottunkal

      LOVE Amelia Bedelia! OH MY GOSH! I forgot about her! I read her ALL the time. So funny! #book #ameliabedelia

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