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Books for Sandy Hook

Valders 7th-graders commemorate Connecticut shooting victims

9:16 PM, Dec. 29, 2012
Lauren Erdman, left, and Quinn Sullivan, seventh-graders at Valders Middle School, look at books on Friday at LaDeDa Books and Beans in Manitowoc. They were among the students helping to pick out books to send to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in memory of each of the 26 people killed in the shooting there on Dec. 14.
Lauren Erdman, left, and Quinn Sullivan, seventh-graders at Valders Middle School, look at books on Friday at LaDeDa Books and Beans in Manitowoc. They were among the students helping to pick out books to send to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in memory of each of the 26 people killed in the shooting there on Dec. 14.
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Emily Liesch said she wanted to help pick out books for Sandy Hook Elementary School "'cause I kinda felt like helpless that we couldn't do anything."

She and other seventh-graders from Valders Middle School selected books at LaDeDa Books and Beans in Manitowoc on Friday to be sent to Sandy Hook. Each book will be in memory of one of the 20 children and six adult staff members killed at the school in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14.

"I just thought it would be something that would help the kids deal with the crisis in their own way," said Mary Agnew, one of the school's three seventh-grade teachers. ...

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