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  • caitlin ramsey gheeraert

    Childhood Favorite ////// “I will not play tug o' war. I'd rather play hug o' war. Where everyone hugs instead of tugs, Where everyone giggles and rolls on the rug, Where everyone kisses, and everyone grins, and everyone cuddles, and everyone wins.”

  • Tiffany Blair

    My favorite growing up!!

  • Nikki Allen

    This was my favorite book as a kid :) I think all kids should read it “I will not play tug o' war. I'd rather play hug o' war. Where everyone hugs instead of tugs, Where everyone giggles and rolls on the rug, Where everyone kisses, and everyone grins, and everyone cuddles, and everyone wins.”

  • Elvia Francis

    “I will not play tug o' war. I'd rather play hug o' war. Where everyone hugs instead of tugs, where everyone giggles and rolls on the rug, where everyone kisses, and everyone grins, and everyone cuddles, and everyone wins.” / Shel Silverstein's book of poems - read these as a child {favorite}

  • MaKenna Ramsey

    Amazing book. __ One of my all time favorite books!!!

  • Nora Morris

    Where the Sidewalk Ends of course, but all of Shel Silverstein's children books are fun to sit down with!

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