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It’s always at home, always in a box, never in the library.
That’s what Amazon is trying to change.”–The Washington Times”The New York Times: ‘I am a little bit overwhelmed by the sheer volume of requests for the catalog.
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It is what people buy in stores.'”–NPR”The Washingtonian: ‘My child would love a copy of this.
It would be a great gift.'”–The Hill”The Economist: ‘This catalog is an important part of my life, it has so many little gifts.'”–The Atlantic”The Associated Press: ‘It’s a great resource for kids and adults who are looking for a place to share their artwork and have a fun time.'”–CNN”The Atlantic: ‘As a parent, I think it’s fantastic.
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