We're grateful to Tammy, a customer at Martha Cooper Library for taking the time to submit this Love Letter.
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To Whom It May Concern:
My name is Tammy.
On March 1, 2017 I moved in down the street. On March 16, 2017 I walked to the Library to get a card and wanted to know where I could go to GED classes. I walked in the wrong room and found the GED classes.
I took some tests and didn't do very good. I'm in recovery after 30 years, and now I'm a year clean thanks to the Library and a lot of work.
I got so much help from Cinthia and the library staff. I didn't like reading at all. I took a reading test and was at a 3rd grade level, so I read 3rd grade books. I worked a lot. I read on the computers. I was recommended two books to help me read, so I checked them both out. I couldn't put them down. It look me two days to read them both.
As of January 30, 2018 I've read three books and I'm even working on book reports. And I do like reading and working on my next books.
It was important that you know this.
As of this posting, Tammy has read Sounder, Charlotte's Web, Old Yeller, and Lassie Come-home. Next up? She's trying Socks and Matilda. Have you read these great books?
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