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October 10, 2011


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Melissa C.

I have been wanting to read this book for a while after hearing all of the buzz about it!

I would LOVE to participate!

Thanks so much!


This book has been high on my radar. Please let me participate and read with everyone. Thank you in advance!!!!

Lisa Anne Zilney

Now this sounds like an interesting read - not your typical family story!


I work with special ed preschoolers, and I love a good book that shows me the parent's perspective. Thank you!


I can partcipate!!!


I would enjoy this book and participate. Many thanks.


Thanks for this opportunity. What a unique book.

Debbie D

I would love to read the book. Please include me. Thanks


I would also like to participate! Ive had this on my to-read list!


I'd like to read this book


I would love to participate, however, as i am comment 11 i didn't make it to the top 10. Should anyone drop-out please think of me.

justin bieber shoes

I've had licorice ice cream on my to-do list all summer long but kept putting it off because it just doesn't strike me as a very summery flavor. However, now its fall but even though the leaves have turned bright yellow its still hot and summery outside. The perfect time to test out some fall ice cream flavors.

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