LITERARY HOL­I­DAY CRACK­ERS

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We’ve given tra­di­tional hol­i­day crack­ers a literary twist and an up­grade and filled them with items for booklovers: in­stead of jokes, we’ve in­cluded a literary trivia ques­tion and a “name that quo­ta­tion” and in­stead of an in­ex­pen­sive charm, we’ve tucked in an el­e­gant small pen (and re­fill). And we’ve kept the pa­per crown. For adults, we have cre­ated two dif­fer­ent sets (Vol­umes A and B). They both in­clude a pen and crown but the trivia ques­tions and quo­ta­tions are dif­fer­ent.

We’ve also made a set for chil­dren so that even the youngest read­ers can be in­cluded in the fun. The small gifts in­cluded are a Dr. Seuss book eraser, ei­ther a mini reader rub­ber duckie or a shut­tle pen, and a pa­per crown. Literary trivia ques­tions and “name that quo­ta­tion” are ap­pro­pri­ate for Ages 3 to 8.

Set of 6 Adult • $75 per set • Please spec­ify A or B.

Set of 6 Chil­dren’s • $59.95

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