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Submitted by Corgi Breeder (not verified) on Thu, 03/13/2008 - 9:09am.
"'We're trying to keep him protected and sheltered in a healthy, clean environment and keeping him so he's innocent,' Wendy said." Good luck with that. He already knows and has seen more at age 15 than you did when you were 25. Instead of trying to shelter him, why not read the book along with him and discuss it together as a family? "Elijah's teacher, Christy McCoy, gave students the option of reading a different book, but the Strafford's say he was absent the day she made that announcement and was under the impression he had to read this book." So why didn't the parents just have the boy choose a different book? Seems to be a lot of fuss over nothing.
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