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Like a kid running a candy store of literature

“The true readers have not changed,’’ says Terri Schmitz, owner of Children’s Book Shop. “The true readers have not changed,’’ says Terri Schmitz, owner of Children’s Book Shop. (Sandra Spanier)
By Amanda Katz
Globe Correspondent / August 1, 2010

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Since 1977, the Children’s Book Shop in Brookline has been a beacon for young readers (and their teachers and parents). Bright, cheerful, and packed to the gills with new releases and classics, the store is owned and operated by Terri Schmitz, who bought it from founder Rusty Browder in 1985. (Full article: 626 words)

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