WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (CBS) — An eight-year-old New Jersey girl is making it her mission to save Toys “R” Us.

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Delilah Jane Farrell Lattanzi crafted a multi-page petition to stop the store from closing.

With help from friends at her elementary school in Woodbridge, the third grader has kicked off a full-fledged campaign.

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So far, dozens of people have signed that petition.

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Toys “R” Us was impressed by her efforts.

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In a statement, a company spokesperson said, “We appreciate the love and kindness and will be forever grateful to our customers, like this wonderful girl in Woodbridge.”