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November 11, 2008

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Dawn

We'll have lists of suggestions in various genres, ideas for the non-reader (gasp!), and a feature that will let people email us for ideas (give us a brief description of the person you're shopping for, if you know other books they've read, or "types" of books, etc., and we'll reply with suggestions.)

Lori Barnes

I think this is a wonderful idea, I have friends that don't read but i know like my friend that enjoys Art, I'm sure would love a book pertaining to art this would go for everyone that's not a reader Just buy a book that they have interest in.

Kiki

I love this idea, and I consider buying a book a luxury, so it makes a truly great gift--especially for a child who loves books!

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