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rank 4158
word count 10224
date submitted 19.02.2012
date updated 07.01.2014
genres: Fiction, Children's, Christian, Rel...
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God Made Me Yummy

Francesca Beukelman

Where did I come from? Sarah discovers God put her together with all the right pieces while baking cookies with her Mom.

 

This book shows kids how God planned them, he made each child unique. God gave them each piece of their personalities thoughtfully and on purpose to make them special individuals. This is a great book to start building security and self worth to children.
IN ORDER TO REACH THE MINIMUM WORD COUNT AUTHONOMY REQUIRES I HAD TO REPEAT THE STORY. READ ONLY THE FIRST CHAPTER.

 
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Mayes wrote 110 days ago

Hi Francesca,

I rated your book with high stars. I love the story, so gentle and good.

With Sincerety,
Georgette

Michelle Richardson wrote 315 days ago

God made me yummy - Francesca has written a delightful story suitable for young children that shows the unique qualities God gave to each one of us, as well as tenderly highlighting God's own love for us. A beautiful story that would be a great addition to the Christian book market and for use in schools.

Michelle - 43 Primrose Avenue

Brian G Chambers wrote 317 days ago

Francesca
You have a beautiful little story here of how to teach children to understand God. The references to baking is a nice simple touch that children will understand easily. I think it would be very popular with the christian faith, and wish you every success with it. Highly starred.
Brian.

Debra H wrote 317 days ago

Francesca:
This is really not my genre, but I was intrigued that you've submitted a picture book--by bending the rules. I've written quite a few picture book length stories so maybe???

The idea of a mother and daughter talking while baking cookies is a really nice concept. There is a combination of action and dialogue that works well.Comparing the ingredients for cookies with those characteristics/ingredients that make each of us special works really well. I believe the theme that God makes each of us unique would go over very well for a Christian market.

The language seems totally appropriate for the intended age range and I do think this would make an attractive, engaging read for parents/children.

Publishers always choose their own illustrators and decide how to combine text with pictures so I wouldn't worry about that aspect of your manuscript. Many picture books are 12, 24 or 32 pages, depending on the intended audience. Often other things are going on in an illustration than the main storyline, or things that complement the story. That's not the writer's job.

Best of luck. I'm putting God Made Me Yummy on my watchlist and giving it high stars. The title and short pitch got my attention, but the long pitch sounds preachy to me, unlike the book. you might want to consider tightening it up and keeping it connected with the story. .. While baking cookies with her mom, Sarah discovers that God used a special recipe that make her unique.
Debra Henry
Turnaround Bay

KathrynW wrote 317 days ago

Francesca

This is a charming book, with a beautiful message. I don't know what the children's book market is like in America, but in the UK there are very strict guidelines as to the number of words, the number of pages and the vocabluary used for different age ranges. For example, picture books for the younger end of the market tend to be 12 pages long because that is the way the books are bound - they don't want odd numbers of pages. You may have already done this, but perhaps you should look up the specific requirements of US picture book publishers and divide your story into, say, 12 pages, and see if you can make a point per page. A common structure is to have an introduction covering 2 pages, a conclusion covering 2 pages and three main points in the middle each covering two pages. Many kids books fall into threes (2 little pigs, 3 billy goats gruff, goldilocks and the 3 bears) and modern stories also use this pattern. Yours could be divided into adding the butter, adding the flour, adding the chocolate chip cookies for example. If you did this, you would need to lengthen the middle sections and reduce the beginning and conclusion, but you could do this by cutting and pasting some of the dialogue to appear in a slightly different order.

Some of your sentences are a little on the long side for young children. Even in adult books today, the optimum sentence length is supposed to be about 16 words (which I think is ridiculous, but that's what publishers want).

You are onto something great here. None of the above was meant in a negative way. I would like to see stories such as this published as they are a wonderful way for parents to share the love of God with their children. It is the kind of story that children would want read over and over again, and would become a treasured childhood memory.

Kathryn
Highway Code

Ernesto Tinajero wrote 320 days ago

I can only think that you are writing a picture book. If that is the case, using more internal rhyme and word play will help with the story.

Ernesto Tinajero wrote 320 days ago
Alice Barron wrote 330 days ago

I'm sure it has been pointed out to you previously but all the chapters after chapter one are a replica of chapter one. Either you are trying to tease us with such a wonderful first chapter and have us begging for more or you were trying to raise your word count to the minimum requirement. I loved reading what you have. It is such a feel good, happy chapter, being in the midst of Sarah and her mother. How lovely for Sarah to listen to her mother as she successfully explains where Sarah was before she was born.

I only noticed one tiny error. "He knew that you would need to be tough, so you wouldn't cry too much when you scrape your knee," continued Mommy.........you need a comma after knee instead of the full stop.

How lovely for Sarah to picture herself in such a special place, God's heart.

"Good thing we don't make people, Mommy............made me smile.

Very lovely. Top stars.
Alice.

Alice Barron wrote 330 days ago

I'm sure it has been pointed out to you previously but all the chapters after chapter one are a replica of chapter one. Either you are trying to tease us with such a wonderful first chapter and have us begging for more or you were trying to raise your word count to the minimum requirement. I loved reading what you have. It is such a feel good, happy chapter, being in the midst of Sarah and her mother. How lovely for Sarah to listen to her mother as she successfully explains where Sarah was before she was born.

I only noticed one tiny error. "He knew that you would need to be tough, so you wouldn't cry too much when you scrape your knee," continued Mommy.........you need a comma after knee instead of the full stop.

How lovely for Sarah to picture herself in such a special place, God's heart.

"Good thing we don't make people, Mommy............made me smile.

Very lovely. Top stars.
Alice.

Alice Barron wrote 330 days ago

I'm sure it has been pointed out to you previously but all the chapters after chapter one are a replica of chapter one. Either you are trying to tease us with such a wonderful first chapter and have us begging for more or you were trying to raise your word count to the minimum. I loved reading what you have. It is such a feel good, happy chapter, being in the midst of Sarah and her mother. How lovely for Sarah to listen to her mother as she successfully explains where Sarah was before she was born.

I only noticed one tiny error. "He knew that you would need to be tough, so you wouldn't cry too much when you scrape your knee," continued Mommy.........you need a comma after knee instead of the full stop.

How lovely for Sarah to picture herself in such a special place, God's heart.

"Good thing we don't make people, Mommy............made me smile.

Very lovely. Top stars.
Alice.

vkedwards wrote 333 days ago

Very sweet!

jlionelhearts wrote 359 days ago

Francesca,

This is super! Give it another focus, and perhaps you will have another chapter or two!

Warmest regards,
J. Lionel

fbeuk wrote 362 days ago

Kara,
Thank you so much for your words of encouragement! It was such a blessing to me today. It gets frustrating trying to figure out how to be successful trying to write and then to figure out how to publish it. You just really blessed me today. THANK YOU!
Francesca

Francesca,
I came back to revisit your story again and leave you another comment as I really did like your book. I still treasure this simple, sweet story of a mother teaching her daughter about God’s love as they make chocolate chip cookies together.

I can see this being a favorite with children and one that could be told time and again with the same enthusiasm and delight. There is such a strong feeling of love that shines through in your creative work.

I like Sarah’s voice, as it sounds so much like a young girl would, inquisitive and innocent with wide-eyed wonder. The mother in the story seemed so filled with love for her daughter. I know this could be on bookshelves and would be such a benefit for children. You have a gift and talent for writing and I hope someday to see this one published. I would buy it for my future grandchildren. God bless!

Kara
A Gate Called Beautiful

KMac23 wrote 363 days ago

Francesca,
I came back to revisit your story again and leave you another comment as I really did like your book. I still treasure this simple, sweet story of a mother teaching her daughter about God’s love as they make chocolate chip cookies together.

I can see this being a favorite with children and one that could be told time and again with the same enthusiasm and delight. There is such a strong feeling of love that shines through in your creative work.

I like Sarah’s voice, as it sounds so much like a young girl would, inquisitive and innocent with wide-eyed wonder. The mother in the story seemed so filled with love for her daughter. I know this could be on bookshelves and would be such a benefit for children. You have a gift and talent for writing and I hope someday to see this one published. I would buy it for my future grandchildren. God bless!

Kara
A Gate Called Beautiful

fbeuk wrote 420 days ago

Thank you so much! I appreciate the read! I'm hoping to get the illustrations done soon!
Francesca

I can definitely see this in a Christian bookshop with a good spread of illustrations. If you don't feel up to doing them, I'm sure a friend or even someone on this website would give it a go. Give a shout and see what comes back!

I think the colloquial dialogue would be acceptable - children talk like that and a lot of children's books use them without any problem. It would lose something of its charm without the wording that you have used.

Gruffling wrote 420 days ago

I can definitely see this in a Christian bookshop with a good spread of illustrations. If you don't feel up to doing them, I'm sure a friend or even someone on this website would give it a go. Give a shout and see what comes back!

I think the colloquial dialogue would be acceptable - children talk like that and a lot of children's books use them without any problem. It would lose something of its charm without the wording that you have used.

evermoore wrote 466 days ago

Smiles....Cute, cute, cute!

High stars--
Linda

fbeuk wrote 470 days ago

Thank you for the read, John. I appreciate your comments, I needed a boost. I accidentally deleted my book a few months ago and lost my ranking (600's) and my backers, so it was nice to get a new read! Blessings!
Francesca

Hello Francesca.

I said to myself I'd look at the next book that appeared on my page and found this. Whilst I don't share your beliefs I can understand that this story would be very suitable for young Christians. Your way of writing for children is very good and with no doubt, would be easy for them to understand.

You may have already done this off the site but if you put it with pictures I'm sure it'd make it more engaging. In terms of length you probably want to keep the word count. My only suggestion would be write different stories for Sarah discovering new things in life or if you wanted to keep it purely Christian, have her learn different things about it.

Anyways, overall this a very well written Children Story.

Good luck with it.

John

John Lovell wrote 510 days ago

Hello Francesca.

I said to myself I'd look at the next book that appeared on my page and found this. Whilst I don't share your beliefs I can understand that this story would be very suitable for young Christians. Your way of writing for children is very good and with no doubt, would be easy for them to understand.

You may have already done this off the site but if you put it with pictures I'm sure it'd make it more engaging. In terms of length you probably want to keep the word count. My only suggestion would be write different stories for Sarah discovering new things in life or if you wanted to keep it purely Christian, have her learn different things about it.

Anyways, overall this a very well written Children Story.

Good luck with it.

John

La Marmonie wrote 525 days ago

I was intrigued by the title, and thought I'd read it. A lovely story and rather sweet. And I like the fact that it is God who made the child so special. A good thing to help with self confidence. Not sure if the story is a bit too short. Or maybe too sweet to grab a child's attention. But I am assuming it is for a very young child, because a slightly older child will need to know something closer to the truth, because basically they will hear it from other children who get told that babies come from the mummy's tummy. So, you will need to think how a parent would transform such a story into the truth about where they came from.

One issue with this type of story, is that it might give a child with a little imagination, reason to think that a brown child was the result of too much chocolate or over baking. I actually think your story came close to me thinking what is the child going to ask about the choc chips. I know this can upset brown children who get this said to them, and usually the child who says it is not aware of what they have said. So maybe you might bear this in mind, and maybe add in something in the mix so that a child reading this, or having it read to them, would have no doubt that the colour of the cookies does not relate it to colour of children.

You should write some more stories. You have a very good voice for children's stories, and capture the voice of the child very well.

Best of luck
Marilyn

jessicacook wrote 552 days ago

I actually have no clue what an agent would say about that.

They may say that because it's real life dialogue that it's acceptable. I mean, kids don't speak correctly. OR they might say that they don't include some types of improper speech because it looks bad on the writer's/publishers behalf. If a parent is reading it, they could possibly say, "Gahh, she didn't just write that, did she?" Could this cause a reader/ buyer to think negatively of your education or intelligence? I honestly don't know about that rule, but I want to Google this scenario for myself.

If you find any answers to this tricky question, let me know! :)

Thanks,
Jessica Cook

fbeuk wrote 552 days ago

I recommend getting rid of the double negatives because an agent/publisher will whip out the red pen when they read:

1. "...you weren't nothing..."
2. "...you weren't nowhere..."

Jessica,
thanks so much! I wrote it that way because this was a real convesation with my daughter and those were her words. Do you think that using the childs words like that would be changed? I feel like doing so doesn;t respond properly to the child.
I went back and forth about that and decided to write it as she said it. If I get it published I guess I can work it out with the editor.
Thank you so much for the read, I'll get a look at yours too.ASAP
Again, Thanks,
Chessa

jessicacook wrote 552 days ago

Awesome story! I really love how the mom had to explain something serious, but she had to come down to her daughters level, and the daughter understood the gist of it. I am already imagining this on the shelf at Barnes & Noble and me saying, "Hey, this looks familiar!"

I recommend getting rid of the double negatives because an agent/publisher will whip out the red pen when they read:

1. "...you weren't nothing..."
2. "...you weren't nowhere..."

Other than that, the story is so cute, short, sweet, and ends funny! Love it!


Thanks,
Jessica Cook
Sneaky Socks and the Fair Food
http://authonomy.com/books/48028/sneaky-socks-and-the-fair-food/

Smokeybehr wrote 557 days ago

I truly enjoyed your Book, 'God Made Me Yummy' I love how it could encourage little ones to feel special. I would love to share this short easy for children to follow book with my grandchild. Good luck with your book!

It reminded me of one my children's stories 'How Sweet, This Great Lollypop In Heaven', which if you would like to read has been posted on our blog (www.seedsoflifesongsoflife.blogspot.com) If you wish, give my book a read and let me know what you think.

Gary Roy
Beyond The Eyes of Princess Ladina.

fbeuk wrote 558 days ago

I really enjoyed reading "God Made Me Yummy." If it was available in bookstores, I would definitely buy it to share with my two young sons. Reading this book in Sunday school with a cookie baking activity would also be great.

Carolyn Bennett
"Santa For All Seasons"



Thank you for your support!

CarolynBennett wrote 558 days ago

I really enjoyed reading "God Made Me Yummy." If it was available in bookstores, I would definitely buy it to share with my two young sons. Reading this book in Sunday school with a cookie baking activity would also be great.

Carolyn Bennett
"Santa For All Seasons"

fbeuk wrote 580 days ago

I like the story, it's very cute and I think would make a good story for children. God made us with love is so important for children to learn, so they can learn love and take it with them wherever they go.

There are some grammatical errors. Any pronoun for God should be capitalized, so "Yes he is, Sarah . . ." s/b "Yes, He is, Sarah . . ." Why are all the chapters the same?

Otherwise, good job. Many stars from me.

Thanks for the pointer Abby. The reason it is repeated is Authonomy will not accept less than 10,000 words. These kind of childrens books would never hit the word count, so you just have to repeat it again and again.
Chessa

Abby

Abby Vandiver wrote 582 days ago

I like the story, it's very cute and I think would make a good story for children. God made us with love is so important for children to learn, so they can learn love and take it with them wherever they go.

There are some grammatical errors. Any pronoun for God should be capitalized, so "Yes he is, Sarah . . ." s/b "Yes, He is, Sarah . . ." Why are all the chapters the same?

Otherwise, good job. Many stars from me.

Abby

KMac23 wrote 631 days ago

What a lovely story for a young child to discover their worth, and God's great love for them! I can actually see the illustrations in my mind as I read, as this story is rich in imagery and so picturesque. I think it's well-edited, and nicely done. I think it would be great to read this over and over to a very young child, as they would feel so loved by your story. Hope you do well with this!

Kara
A Gate Called Beautiful

Becky Jenkins wrote 645 days ago

I love your story! I think it would have been nice to have had this to read to my kids when they were younger! What a brilliant way to explain something that can be so complex! It makes me want cookies!

fbeuk wrote 679 days ago

Thank you, I hope it does too, I wasn't sure a childrens book would.

I am glad to see your book climbing in rank. I hope it soars to the top!

mistybrooke wrote 680 days ago

I am glad to see your book climbing in rank. I hope it soars to the top!

maretha wrote 683 days ago

Dear Francesca, God Made Me Yummy, is a lovely book and its setting reminds me of so many baking activities I had with both my daughters and the kitchen was the place where many things were discussed without it sounding like or becoming a lecture, they could learn much about so many pressing issues; one big one is always: where do we come from?
I love Mommy explaining to Sarah that God made a recipe and when it was just right, He gave Sarah to her - wonderful thoughts. Keep on writing books with heart. High stars for now - have two more chapters to go and your book remains on my watchlist.
Maretha/African Adventures of Flame, Family, Furry and Feathered Friends

AudreyB wrote 688 days ago

Hi, Francesca—this is a review from AudreyB. I am often accompanied on my reviews by my English teacher alter-ego, The Grammar Hag. If I say anything you don’t like, it was probably her idea.

Our daughter had a million questions about where she came from. The most difficult to answer was this: Where did I live before you and dad were born? Uhh….we explained it a million ways. She wasn’t buying it. Finally one day she announced to me that she’d lived with Celia. Celia was my boss at the time. Whatever works. If I’d had your book, we might have been able to make some headway, though Celia loves that story to this day. (Our daughter is 25.)

Punctuation: You have some errors in punctuating dialog. Here’s a good page that describes some of it: http://theeditorsblog.net/2010/12/08/punctuation-in-dialogue/

Best wishes to you here on Authonomy!!

~AudreyB
Forgiveness Fits

irelandsmemories wrote 692 days ago

Hello Francesca
What a lovely kids book. It was unique, interesting and cute all in one package. From the aspect of the parent, it was a simple analogy, but from the child's view it was fun and another learning experience. You have a very creative imagination and because of this simplistic way of thinking, people will relate to the core of the story and the young ones will find it amusing and full of yummy thoughts!

It was an absolute joy to read this, I did have some problems opening a few chapters, but the way you formatted it, it flowed perfectly!

Thanks a lot for an uplifting and happy read!
Highly starred
FC

mistybrooke wrote 694 days ago

Francesca,

Thank you for your backing. I have had your book on my watchlist for some time now. I hope it makes it!! It was such a creative idea. I wrote a children's book once, and it is much harder than people imagine. Also, I read your profile, and am very impressed. I love Christians who can be vulnerable. I think that is the best way to show that we are weak and God is strong.

Clare B wrote 714 days ago

Sharing my inner sunbeam and my book Be The Human Sunshine, I return all reads.

Blessings Clare :)

Kerrie Price wrote 715 days ago

Hi Francesca, I like your children's story a lot. I'll read it to my grandchildren and then ask them what do they think God put in the recipe to make them. Highly rated.

Please take a look at THE GOD PLEASERS 40 day Study Guide. I think you'll like it.

patio wrote 715 days ago

you have brilliant style and imagination. your crisp writing compliment your fabulous story well

esty wrote 718 days ago

So loved this book, I could image God heart as thought of how we should be the sheer love he had and passion to make us beautiful and unique ...but perfect in his eyes. This book is very much needed for our young people tp read as they see who they are in the world. A must

fbeuk wrote 723 days ago

Angela,
Thanks so much for the read, also for the lovely comments on my blog. Your words meant alot for me, it's scary to put all that out there for friends and family, so to have a stranger come be blessed was exactly what I had hoped for. Please keep in touch, I will do my best to give your books a read soon as well. Thanks! Chessa

I love this, what an awesome concept :) Great story.

Angela
http://www.facebook.com/kingsdaughter21

Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 723 days ago

Chessa,
This children's book is exactly what we need proliferating bookshelves because of its simple clarity and charm that anyone who reads it, from 7 to 70, would 'get it.' With all the information cluttering up people's minds these days, a slice of sunshine "God Made Me Yummy" serves to break up the grease and give us what we want, the genuine article, unadulterated and pure, straight from the heart. What a tasty treat.

Kenneth Edward Lim
The North Korean

fbeuk wrote 723 days ago

Thank you Ben,
I appreciate your input. I love your ideas about addition themes. I hadn't thought about nature. I was thinking about doing one about adoption. You have caused my head to start churning again. : ) Thank you so much for reading!
Chessa (Francesca)

Fran,

This is such a lovely story told through some imaginative dialogue. I don't have any children myself, but it's a great story for parents to share with their kids. The 'where did I come from' question is one that most inquisitive minds like an answer to. I'm wondering whether you could expand upon your book with the introduction of a few more short stories?

Perhaps a story explaining how God made the trees/plants and animals. It could be along similar lines and would fit well with what you've written so far. I think, in my opinion, if you took this to a publisher right now, they 'may' (I'm no expert) ask for more content. As it stands, your narrative dialogue flows nicely. I like the idea for centering your story on a specific activity.

There's plenty of learning involved, and let's face it, all kids love to cook. I think the clinch is Sarah's final line - "Good thing we don't make people, Mommy!" - Yes, exactly. We're all different with unique qualities, but we're also prone to making silly mistakes. This is an easy, enjoyable read, one which should reach its target audience with relative ease.

Ben - The Frogness of Being

fbeuk wrote 723 days ago

I loved your note here! You cracked me up! I would have said the same thing! Thank you for reading, truly, I hadn't put any thought into my pitch, I just threw it up there. I guess I will have to think that through a little when I have time. With 4 kids, I have no idea when...lol! I'm gonna have to do a little research on what to write. Thanks for the insight! I'm gonna try to figure out how to add you to my friend list!
Blessings,
Chessa (Francesca)

I noticed your pitch today while I reviewed the top-rated Christian books. What an adorable premise!! I think this would make a fabulous picture book. Sarah is a believable, realistic child and Mommy a kind and loving parent. Kids will like being compared with one of their favorite treats, and parents will like reading this to them.

I am no expert on pitches, but I recently asked fellow members to help revise mine on the forums. I learned that a pitch shouldn't be a summary of the story, but instead an enticing glimpse of what your story has to offer. I think you might want to revisit your long pitch, which doesn't really 'grab' the reader.

And now I've said your pitch attracted me, and that you should change it. Surely you think I'm a lunatic.

When my daughter was little, she kept asking where she lived before her dad and I were born. Kids!!!

~AudreyB
Forgiveness Fits

AudreyB wrote 724 days ago

I noticed your pitch today while I reviewed the top-rated Christian books. What an adorable premise!! I think this would make a fabulous picture book. Sarah is a believable, realistic child and Mommy a kind and loving parent. Kids will like being compared with one of their favorite treats, and parents will like reading this to them.

I am no expert on pitches, but I recently asked fellow members to help revise mine on the forums. I learned that a pitch shouldn't be a summary of the story, but instead an enticing glimpse of what your story has to offer. I think you might want to revisit your long pitch, which doesn't really 'grab' the reader.

And now I've said your pitch attracted me, and that you should change it. Surely you think I'm a lunatic.

When my daughter was little, she kept asking where she lived before her dad and I were born. Kids!!!

~AudreyB
Forgiveness Fits

kingsdaughter wrote 726 days ago

I love this, what an awesome concept :) Great story.

Angela
http://www.facebook.com/kingsdaughter21

sticksandstones wrote 727 days ago

Fran,

This is such a lovely story told through some imaginative dialogue. I don't have any children myself, but it's a great story for parents to share with their kids. The 'where did I come from' question is one that most inquisitive minds like an answer to. I'm wondering whether you could expand upon your book with the introduction of a few more short stories?

Perhaps a story explaining how God made the trees/plants and animals. It could be along similar lines and would fit well with what you've written so far. I think, in my opinion, if you took this to a publisher right now, they 'may' (I'm no expert) ask for more content. As it stands, your narrative dialogue flows nicely. I like the idea for centering your story on a specific activity.

There's plenty of learning involved, and let's face it, all kids love to cook. I think the clinch is Sarah's final line - "Good thing we don't make people, Mommy!" - Yes, exactly. We're all different with unique qualities, but we're also prone to making silly mistakes. This is an easy, enjoyable read, one which should reach its target audience with relative ease.

Ben - The Frogness of Being

Author apart from the rest wrote 730 days ago

Francesca,

This book is so cute! I love your title and plug-the message being fantastic. I totally had to shelve you!!

fbeuk wrote 743 days ago

I decided to come back to this with my 7yr old nephew to get his opinion & he really enjoyed it. I even found myself chuckling at the humour second time round! Great read and highly starred with Dan's 'approval'

Lee :-)
"Elton: The Different Kookaburra"



Thank you so much! I watchlisted you too, can't promise how soon I'll read with 4 kids, but I'll try soon!
Thank you, thank you, thank you,
Francesca

leeconnor wrote 743 days ago

I decided to come back to this with my 7yr old nephew to get his opinion & he really enjoyed it. I even found myself chuckling at the humour second time round! Great read and highly starred with Dan's 'approval'

Lee :-)
"Elton: The Different Kookaburra"

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