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A Book in the Hand Is Worth Two on the Shelf

It is possible to pause and connect, even during times of uncertainty

This photo of Hannah was taken on July 15, 2012. Charlie and I were also reading The Hunger Games.

Hannah decided on Colleen Hoover’s, It Ends with Us, for our two-person book club, and when she returned from college, home for Winter Break, a copy of the book was on her bedroom dresser, patiently awaiting her arrival.

A few nights later…

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Alison Levine

Alison Levine

Mom. Educator. This year I provide academic support to our second grade team. I talk about teaching with kindness and authenticity.

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