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Greeting Cards Poster Packs Library Notebook

We've had a good run selling our mini-poster packs, greeting cards, and library notebooks, but it's time to make space for some fun new goodies. So we're sending them off with a bang - 50% OFF!

We're down to our last few boxes, so act now to get an unprecedented price on these awesome pieces of Unshelved merchandise. When they're gone, they're gone!

Downton Abbey Poster Giveaway

Downton Abbey Poster

For your Downton Abbey fans, our friends at Random House Library Marketing created a "Keep Calm and Read On" Downton Abbey readalike Poster. It suggests great reads for patrons who crave a little more Downton between episodes and also provides amazing Downton Abbey-themed programming ideas. You can also enter to win a gift basket, including bottles of Downton Abbey wine. THAT'S RIGHT, WINE. Click here today!

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Benjamin becomes a caretaker for a boy named Trevor and takes him on a cross country trip to see Trevor’s father.

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