Aesop's Fables Book Summary

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The Reading Personality Quiz Comments

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Karina on 4/5/2011 6:01:50 AM

I love reading many different kinds of books. My bookshelves are overflowing with all of them. You can learn so much from literature , it really is a treasure trove of knowledge. =)

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atanihangel on 6/26/2011 6:59:49 PM

hmm dunno how u'll get my reading personality but ok. I do love books but i dont read much i just read when it has something interesting like love or life stories or advices i like poems and love books that talk of the way humans should find a way to our God. i always think books are another way were God talks to us humans through.