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October 7, 2017

A LETTER TO TOYS R US

When news broke that Toys R Us was filing for bankruptcy, my mom and I immediately thought of how my sister’s seven-year-old son who loves Toys R Us would feel.  My nephew knows the store so well even with his eyes closed.

Then, I saw an article where a nine-year old boy wrote a letter to Toys R Us bankruptcy judge on why closing Toys R Us stores will be bad for kids. His letter was even added to the official court filings.

Take a look at Andrew’s heartfelt handwritten letter that had three reasons why Toys R Us shouldn’t close their stores.

Photo credit: Business Insider

Valid points if you ask me.

 

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