MOCKINGBIRD as a Resource

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Here’s something I hadn’t thought of until a friend of mine asked me to sign bookplates for a college professor who was teaching Mockingbird in his children’s literature class:  Mockingbird as a resource in children’s literature.  Wow.  Here are a couple of books that mention it, among many other children’s books.  I’m thrilled to see Mockingbird in that group.  I’m thankful for teachers and everything they give to children!

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  1. Very cool, Kathy–but not a surprise at all!

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