I finally got around to watching Hachi–A Dog’s Tale. I had mixed feelings about watching it because I knew it would make me cry–well, maybe that’s an understatement. The movie made me SOB, as did the trailer.
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Little Red loves it when Henry comes home and reads books to the chicken in the coop. But when Henry begins to bring a video game instead of books, Little Read has to figure out a way to tell him that while video games are fun, books are better. For ages 3-8.
From the author of the beloved THE TALE OF THREE TREES, and for every parent who wishes their child would spend more time reading and less time with electronic gadgets.More info →
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