Bookstore owner finds business a page turner

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Bookstore owner finds business a page turner
Kim Krug took a big step in June 2009: she opened the Monkey See, Monkey Do children's bookstore in Clarence, NY with her mother, Kathleen Skoog, as her business partner. Starting a small business at any time can be challenging, but Krug did so amid an economic downturn, and in an industry under pressure from online booksellers and e-books.

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