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Re: whats your favorite book that actually made you cry??

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Omg I have too say that Dear John Won my heart!

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Re: whats your favorite book that actually made you cry??

To Kill A Mockingbird didn't make me cry, but it stuck with me-this was as a HS ninth-grader.


(I thought Atticus would have made a better Clarence Angel rather than Clarence Angel in It's a Wonderful Life-because Atticus knew even as a little person, he was making a difference-a lesson that George learns in the movie.  I watched that movie the same year.)