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Ideaworks Usb Digital Library

Price: $40.95  
Model: PP3167
Availability: In Stock



  • With the NEW Classic Books USB you’ll have enough books to last you a lifetime!


  • Simply plug the USB into your computer or lap top and you’ll have access to a huge range of classics to read at your leisure.


  • With so many great favorites the difficult part will be deciding what to read first!


  • Titles include Sense and Sensibility, Great Ex pectations, Moby-dick, Gulliver’s Travel , War and Peace, Middle march and over 3,000 more titles!


  • You’ll have your very own library of all-time best sellers, literary fiction, romantic, children’s books, sci-fi, plays, poetry, and hundreds of books that are said to have changed the world.


  • Order the Classic Books USB today and you’ll never need to buy another book again!


Ideaworks Usb Digital Library


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