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Dewey by Vicki Myron
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Jan 08, 09

Read in January, 2009

While this is not a great literary book, I give it high rating because it touched my heart and is such a strong reminder of how much animals add to our lives. If you have ever saved or rescued an animal, you know how grateful they are and how much love they give back. They bring us though hard and sad times in such a special way. This little guy touch the hearts and lives of an entire town and, through this book, continues to touch hearts.
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Charles Our library cat at Wesleyan ("Squeakers") died at age 26! I'm not joking. We have another to take her place, but this new guy is paranoid. He nips certain students when they come in and looks at me like I'm going to stomp on his tail. I think I'm going to send him to the training school in San Francisco--the one on Alta Street. Will pass the news on about this sweet book to our librarians.


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