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Hundreds Line Streets Waiting For Book Sale To Begin

June 9, 2012
By Remington Whitcomb ( , The Post-Journal

American aphorist Mason Cooley once said, "While we are reading, we are all Don Quixote." And while the throngs of people stood in front of the countless bookshelves during the Prendergast Library's 33rd annual book, it was easy to tell every single one of them had visions of their own windmills in their minds.



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