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Cover Story - April 26, 2017

Windows & mirrors: KitaabWorld aims to give kids glimpses and reflections of different cultures

by Kate Bradshaw

Most anyone who's been a kid or spent time around kids recently knows that there are a few staples when it comes to bedtime stories, among them Eric Carle's "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and H.A. Rey's "Curious George."

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