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Rewarding books for the youngest readers appeal through size, shape, and texture

By Peter F. Neumeyer
December 3, 2006

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Ravi was 1 year old. My son, Dan, was 44. For five months, every day, all day and all night, Dan and his adopted son whiled away the long hours in Nepal, waiting till our US Department of Homeland Security would permit this little boy to come to his new American home. And since it cost $15.25 per pound to ... (Full article: 975 words)

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