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It’s not likely that our children are going to value that which they don’t see being valued at home or in the society around them.
So if they don’t see us pick up a book from time to time, if they don’t observe those around them being excited by the written word, we really shouldn’t be surprised if they never look beyond a computer game or a program on TV to influence them.
Some Kansas leaders are doing something about that this weekend, and they are promoting an issue that the rest of us need ...


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