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    $80 How many books can you fit? #NOOK Simple Touch #bookworm

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    15 designer covers & cases for Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight...I will need this list in the future, say, after Christmas!?!

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    Nook GlowLight Price Drops To Match Kindle Paperwhite - Amazon's highly anticipated Kindle Paperwhite ereader will start shipping out in just a couple of days. Ahead of the launch of the new ebook reader from Amazon, at least two retailers has dropped the price of Nook GlowLight to match Kindle Paperwhite. Two major retailers - Target and Walmart - has already dropped Nook Glowlight price, and now both companies are offering the Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight for $119. [Click on Image Or So...

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