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Welcome to Rhino Reader's blog! You can tell how much I like reading by the fact that I named my dog Harry Potter.😘😍😻🐶 He is an adorable wizard/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. I love to read juvenile fiction and young adult fiction. 
I am currently reading the Lord of the Rings. My third grade teacher instilled the love of writing in me and it has stayed with me ever since. 

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