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  • Mikey Mooguire

    OXGIFT book clock Karlsson Table Clock Book, View book clock Karlsson Table Clock Book, OXGIFT Product Details from OX Arts & Crafts Co., Lt...

  • Nerdypins

    Nice! - Fun book clock. DIY? | CHECK OUT MORE Nerdy IDEAS AT nerdypins.com | #Nerdy #Nerdlife #Geek #Geeky #Geeklife

  • Meghan Rooney

    Book clock, perfect for the bookshelves I'm looking to install

  • Charlene Ong-Tan

    Cool clock idea

  • Julia Lynn

    Time to Read - this clock is perfect for my under the stair book shelves!

  • Laura Sharp

    Give your book collection a unique touch with this book clock. Designed to look like three colorful books standing next to each other, this clever clock will inconspicuously fit right in on your book shelf, and makes a great house warming gift idea. Need...

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