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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Audrey Penn
"Chester Raccoon stood at the edge of the forest and cried. `I don't want to go to school,' he told his mother. `I want to stay home with you. I want to play with my friends. And play with my toys. And read my books. And swing on my swing. Please may I stay home with you?'" _ "The Kissing Hand," by Audrey Penn.
"I've been involved with so many parents who have lost children," Penn said. "They just seem to reach out to me and say we love your book and your book has been a comfort."