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  • Sarah Kerspilo

    The Help by Kathryn Stockett one of my most favorite books

  • Deb Nolan

    The Help (Kathryn Stockett) somewhat different from the movie, really really amazing book

  • Claudia Lively

    Such a good book, one worth reading more than once.

  • Christian Krutsinger

    You've probably already read it. But it was totally worth it - hence why it's on my "Books Worth Reading" board. :-)

  • Stacey Strode

    The Help good book and movie

  • Cindy Arnold

    Excited to read this for my book club with Emily Kane and Solena Cavali-Singer. :D good book good movie

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