“I accidentally finished my book…” | BookGerms

Screen Shot 2013-02-16 at 9.14.55 AMCheck out the new blog post by Allendale Columbia School librarian, Judy VanAlstyne and Upper School English teacher Dr. Vince Bissonette. Thanks Judy and Vince!

“I accidentally finished my book…” | BookGerms.

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