“Discovering You” is an excellent read and I highly recommend it. The book is a bit longer than most books and it is divided into three sections. Once I started reading this book, I could hardly put it down. It was full of twists and turns which kept the book interesting in its entirety. The book took place during the winter of 1812 in Southern England in an area called Daleford Manor. As the book begins, you will learn about Nicholas Davenport and his late wife, Marie, lived at…Continue
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Love, despair, and betrayal ignite the Faerie Courts, engulfing Aislinn, Keenan, Seth, Donia, and Niall. In Darkest Mercy, the breathtaking conclusion to Melissa Marr’s New York Times bestselling Wicked Lovely series, some will win and some will lose everything. Learn more about this book here: http://bit.ly/h5zM3z and its author here: www.melissa-marr.com
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Melissa and Doug offer great educational toys for children ranging in ages from baby to young teen. They started making toys 20 years ago and have rocked the toy world since. They have nearly 1,000 unique toys for children of almost every age. We were recently able to add to our Melissa and Doug collection when we purchased a few set for Miss Monk and her new at home Tot School, they are a huge hit with her.
So much in fact that she…
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It's a great way to start a new week with an awesome brand's profile and a sweet giveaway on top. Knuckleheads - one of the coolest boys' lines out there is the first brand to be featured in the Style Crusaders
Series. We have 2 awesome Skivvies sets to give away courtesy Knuckleheads.
Sizes 6-12m through 8 years. Lucky winners will pick the size.
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