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Cherokee HS teacher starts book drive for Okla.
Cherokee HS teacher starts book drive for Okla.

WOODSTOCK, Ga. -- Joseph Stewart, owner of the Book Browser bookstore in Woodstock, has started a book drive for public schools hit by severe tornadoes in Oklahoma.

The drive is in need of books for children of all ages, from picture books to young adult novels to the classics.

Stewart, a career/tech teacher at Cherokee High School in Canton, said the books will fill classroom and media center shelves in Moore, Okla., and will also be distributed to children whose homes were destroyed.

Book Browser is located at 295 Molly Lane, Suite 130. Learn more at mybookbrowser.com.

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