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  1. Jamie Ginsberg

    Awesome!!! I love it….Does Aaron still “Jam Out?” ;-)

  2. Carol Foresta

    Terrific. Loved the story and the art.

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    Tara, I loved your story and illustrations…it’s priceless! I can’t wait to see more of your work!

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