America's Oldest Children's Bookstore Gives Back To Community Who Saved Them


During the pandemic, America's oldest children's bookstore, "Once Upon A Time," was on the brink of closing when a local newspaper wrote about their situation to garner community support. The store received an overwhelming amount of love, and they decided to give back by purchasing books for 450 low-income students. Kelly spoke with owner, Maureen, and her daughter, Jessica, and Pilot Pens awards them $1,000 to keep their store open.

Appearing:Kelly Clarkson
Tags: Kelly Clarkson, entertainment, music, daytime, americas oldest bookstore, Community
S2 E03 minTV-PGHighlightTalk and InterviewDaytime
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