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Party Confetti, wedding confetti, little girl's birthday party, etc...This is a sweet and romantic idea to add a little bling to your table display!100 vintage book page hearts plus some sparkle!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Choose from: The Princess by: Alfred Lord Tennyson- 2 availableor: Ballet Shoes by: Noel Streatfeild-with shredded paper inserted- 1 available ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Price is per bag.Please let me know in the note to seller area which book hearts you are interested in.Thanks for visiting!

“Sisterland” by Curtis Sittenfeld. Recommended by Katy Waldman, assistant editor. It’s one of the sharpest and most nuanced portraits of twin-ness that I have encountered in years of seeking my (quadruple?) reflection in twin literature. Even onlys will appreciate the lucid, funny tone, the way Sittenfeld can turn any throwaway observation into a moment of truth. Amazingly, all her details land. The effect is less of a world created and more of a suspicion that these characters have snuck into our world. (My sister liked it, too.).

“The Big Truck That Went By” by Jonathan M, Katz, Recommended by David Weigel, political reporter, “Important” books rarely end up as grounded and thrilling as “The Big Truck That Went By.” Jonathan Katz, the Associated Press’ man in Haiti for years, was finishing up his stint there when he woke up to the Jan, 10, 2010, earthquake, Katz demystifies a “third world” tragedy with ease, taking us through the rigors of filing stories in Port-au-Prince, the doddering of President Rene Preval, the logistics of refugee camps, and the compound tragedy of a cholera epidemic brought to the country by those who were supposed to save it, Katz is a superb, perceptive writer, something that makes even encounters with well-covered celebrities (Bill Clinton, Sean Penn) more informative than the average longread profile, He weaves in a love story, and he breaks real news, all on the way to capturing party confetti, ballet shoes or the princess, 100 vintage book page hearts plus glitter paper circles or hearts, and glitter, sh a horrific event you’ll no longer be free to forget..

“The Flamethrowers” by Rachel Kushner. Recommended by Jacob Weisberg, chairman of the Slate Group. For sheer forward propulsion, nothing I’ve read in a long time has matched this novel. It reminded me of what I loved about “Underworld”: the depiction of New York in the ’70s, the grasp of politics, the portrayal of a society of artists, the understanding of what it is that real artists do. Rachel Kushner is one for sure, and I can’t wait until she writes another novel.

“The Lowland” by Jhumpa Lahiri, Recommended by Megan Wiegand, copy editor, Whenever a favorite author or band releases a new work, I get nervous — will it live up to the greatness of its predecessors? Within the first few pages of “The Lowland,” Lahiri’s first novel since 2003’s “The Namesake,” I breathed a sigh of relief, Tracing the relationship between two brothers coming of age in 1960s India through the modern day, “The Lowland” delivers Lahiri’s trademark lyrical prose woven with a party confetti, ballet shoes or the princess, 100 vintage book page hearts plus glitter paper circles or hearts, and glitter, sh fast-paced narrative and indelible characters, The brothers’ vivid (and painstakingly researched) worlds, from political revolution in India to the coast of Rhode Island, take readers on an emotional journey of love, family, and identity, It’s a must-read for Lahiri fans and newcomers alike..

“The Silent Wife” by A.S.A. Harrison. Recommended by Emily Yoffe, Dear Prudence columnist. An obscure writer in her 60s, whose previous attempts at novels have failed, writes a taut, propulsive story of infidelity. It generates international attention and acclaim, and upon the book’s publication, the author dies of cancer. This is not the plot of “The Silent Wife,” but sadly it’s the story of its author, A.S.A. Harrison. Her silenced voice hangs over her book and lends this story of betrayal and revenge an extra measure of tragedy. At the heart of this psychologically acute suspense story is a couple falling apart: Jodi, a therapist with a placid exterior who’s actually living a life of denial and quiet rage, and Todd, a compulsive philanderer who can’t deal honestly with any of the women in his life. Harrison has the skill to make both understandable, even sympathetic figures. It’s a loss that we will get no more from Harrison, whose debut shows she was a fully formed talent.

PITTSBURGH — The price of lords-a-leaping and ladies dancing has spiked this holiday season, but other items mentioned in the carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas” still cost the same as they party confetti, ballet shoes or the princess, 100 vintage book page hearts plus glitter paper circles or hearts, and glitter, sh did last year, Buying one set of the gifts mentioned in each verse costs $27,393 in stores, or 7.7 percent more than last year, according to the so-called Christmas Price Index that PNC Wealth Management updates annually, And if you buy all 364 items repeated throughout the carol, you’ll pay $114,651 — 6.9 percent more than last year..

Last-minute shoppers who turn to the Internet will pay even more for all the gifts — about $173,000. “We were surprised to see such a large increase from a year ago, given the overall benign inflation rate in the U.S.,” said Jim Dunigan, managing executive of investments for PNC. The federal government’s core Consumer Price Index rose only 1.7 percent this year. In the three decades since the list was started in 1984, year-over-year increases have averaged 2.9 percent, which is exactly the same number as broader U.S. inflation. But it’s a fickle list because the price of some items has barely budged, while others have soared.

Seven swans cost $7,000 this year, the same as in 1984, while the cost of a single partridge went from $12.57 to $15 during the same period, One pear tree to put that partridge in? Thirty years ago it cost $19.95, but will now set you back $184, The cost of nine ladies dancing is now $7,553, or 20 percent more than last year’s $6,294, while 10 lords-a-leaping jumped 10 percent, to $5,243, Seven items on the list cost the same as they did last year, including gold rings and turtle doves, while pipers piping, drummers drumming, and party confetti, ballet shoes or the princess, 100 vintage book page hearts plus glitter paper circles or hearts, and glitter, sh the pear tree showed only modest changes up or down..

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