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January 04, 2010


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Melissa C.

I would love to participate! Count me in!


Sounds like a story replayed in many lives today.

Michelle B

I'd love to participate!

james claffey

yes indeed. james c.


I'd love to participate! Thank you so much!

Jennifer Manske Fenske

"Fistful of crayons..." the first paragraph has me hooked. Look forward to reading. Thanks for telling us about it!

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LoriAnne Rehrig

Sounds good! I'd like to participate. Thanks!


Sounds like a great read! Count me in - Thanks!

Kelly Manfredini

Count me in!

Julie P.

I'd love to read this one!

Kathy R (Bermudaonion)

Well darn, I'm too late. Oh well, maybe next time. The book sounds wonderful.


thanks for this opportunity.


Reading this in February. Can't wait to listen to Antalek on Jan 25th!


This looks like a great book. Can't wait for the on air discussion.

Roberta Alba-Estrada

I would love to read this, count me in!


I really enjoyed this story. I read and reviewed in September 2008 when people were were still hesitant about it. I recommended it as one not to miss and a week later Oprah announced it as her new pick. That felt good. If I am free that evening I will definitely join you for this interview.

Lori Barnes

This sounds like a wonderful book if you have any extra i'd like to participate.

Sandra Furlotte

I would love to participate.

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