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Part of five boxes of books left behind with the untimely passing of my husband’s beloved sister Janis, this book will be released at the Keep it Simple Stupid Art Gallery and Coffeeshop in Old Town to go out and share a good read with the world. Squidgete and ABQbobcat are the people in charge of maintaining this official bookcrossing zone. Janis was a special person, head teacher in the Special Ed department at a reservation school. At her funeral, a number of her students insisted on being her pallbearers. Despite it not being a Navajo tradition, they also decorated a tree at the site of her car crash. (See descanso in wikipedia for more information.) A busy teacher who always had time to fight for her students’ needs, she relaxed with a book constantly in her hand, often a trashy romance when she was at home.