Free books from American Girls

March 1994
Library Talk;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on American Girls books' giving of a matching boxed set of books free to a school or library selected by consumers who buy a boxed set in March, Women's History Month. Sending of book set by Pleasant Company; Price ranges; Contact information.


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