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Illiteracy in America! Hello to a Nation Where 7 Million Americans Cannot Read!

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There was once a REAL little girl named Candy who struggled in reading. 

However, Candy CAN read now!  She can read every word on every page!


Read Candy’s TRUE STORY at: