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|Statement||By Johanna Spyri ... Translated by Louise Brooks.|
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In honor of International Literacy Day on September 8, here are 25 quirky, colorful children’s books that are ingrained with fundamental values - for every child to discover and enjoy. It can be said that some of the most formative books you'll read in your lifetime are read during your childhood.
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