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Follow Through–the Books I Gave Away Today

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First year teachers, wanting to build their classroom library pilfered a few unused titles from the English book room the other day. I kind of encouraged them–so many books sit without any readers. When I found this bag of books hidden in a corner of my garage this morning, I knew I needed to gift these books to my young friends. Mrs. Cato gave them to me, and I give them to you. I hope they find a way to jump off your shelves into eager hands as soon as possible.

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