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Stephen Bobko

General manager of IKEA Winnipeg

"We have a daughter who's about to turn three. So it's all about Curious George Goes to the Aquarium and Curious George Goes to the Hospital. Those are the hot titles right now in our household. Personally, though, I'm just about through Ken Follett's novel The Pillars of the Earth. I love it. It's got that balance between ambitious scope and a human story. I am a fan of those historical doorstoppers."

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"We have a daughter who's about to turn three. So it's all about Curious George Goes to the Aquarium and Curious George Goes to the Hospital. Those are the hot titles right now in our household. Personally, though, I'm just about through Ken Follett's novel The Pillars of the Earth. I love it. It's got that balance between ambitious scope and a human story. I am a fan of those historical doorstoppers."

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