Win 20 Book Library for your Grandkids

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20 book library

An isolated shot of three smiling children lying on the floor and sharing a book.

We are excited to announce the Dover Publications GRAND Giveaway where you have a chance to win an amazing 20 book library ($135 value) for your grandkids!

These books open the world of hobbies and activities to do with your grandkids!  Crafting – Coloring – Drawing – Writing – Reading – Cooking – Magic – Puzzels

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The deadline for entry is Midnight, June 30, 2017. The winner will be notified by email on July 5, 2017, and posted on grandmagazine.com 

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Plus, you can save 25% on over 10,000 books! Just click here or visit www.doverpublications.com.
Use code WJAG at checkout
Offer expires Sept 30, 2017.

 

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