There's just something about opening a new book, its spine still stiff, cover shiny and uncreased, pages redolent of freshly milled paper.
Every student at Greysbranch Elementary School went home last week with a shiny new book and the promise of that extra touch of anticipation that goes along with turning the pages for the first time.
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