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  • Sarah Cardnell

    Have the idea to have a book case full of classics/books with covers like this. Resale bookstores and thrift shops have loads of them for super cheap...not Modcloth $20 "bc it's pretty" price.

  • Felicia Cornetti

    Little Women. My first favorite book ever.

  • Amanda Canizales

    Amazing book. Obviously.

  • Deanna Mullins

    Little Women Special Edition - gift for M?

  • Lauren Gard

    Need to get these cute decorative classic books at ModCloth.com

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Have the idea to have a book case full of classics/books with covers like this. Resale bookstores and thrift shops have loads of them for super cheap...not Modcloth $20 "bc it's pretty" price.

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