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Subject: 3 for 2 and 2 for 1 deals on select books, childrens, YA, romance, mystery,
Date Posted: 9/17/2007 10:46 AM ET
Member Since: 8/28/2007
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2 for 1 books (also 5 for 2 if you want several): Across Five Aprils: Slow moving, but interesting Historical Fiction. Required reading for 8th grade in Virginia, 7-9th grade in other states. If you have kids in these grades, you might want to have a copy just in case. House of Dies Drear: Mystery about the Underground Railroad, also required reading in 8th grade in Virginia. The India Fan: Mystery from Victoria Holt. It's just as good as her historical books, which she write under the penname Jean Plaidy, if you're familiar. Lord Harry: Historical Romance about a girl who dresses up as a guy to get a job. Pictures of Hillis Woods: Good teen book about a girl in Foster Care. Almost new condition. Princess in the Spotlight: A Princess Diaries book. A Walk to Remember: If you liked the movie, you'll love the book. Whatever Happened to Janie: Face on the Milk Carton book. Really good. 3 for 2 books: The Barefoot Bride: Romance Novel. Define Normal: Good teen book. Going for Great: American Girl stand alone book. Ages 8-12. Out of the Dark: Preteen Horror novel. The Secret Path: Another Preteen Horror novel. So you want to be a wizard: Harry Potter ripoff. The Pilot's Wife: Oprah Book club book. The Voice on the Radio: Face on the Milk Carton Series. If you want anything special, or to mix and match, pm me to reach an agreement before you request anything.
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Date Posted: 9/17/2007 7:04 PM ET
Member Since: 10/26/2006
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I think it's worth noting that So You Want to Be a Wizard was published twenty years before Harry Potter ;-)

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