There's nothing more wonderful than children

Smith, Ron
December 2012
Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;12/17/2012, p4
The author expresses deep sadness after hearing the news about the school shooting in Newton, Connecticut. Upon hearing the news, he recalls how and what it feels like to be reading to first graders in a school near his home. Reading to six-year-old children, he used to think that he was doing the job for the children only to realize he was the one receiving the greatest gift. He feels sorry for the children who were tragically killed in the shooting spree.


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