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Peter Pauper Press! Father's Day Event #8

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone today?  We have another great addition to our Father's Day Event!  Peter Pauper Press!  They sent me a Little Black Book of Addresses, one of the Classic Black Roller Pens and a pack of 2 Refill Ink Cartridges.  Really nice!

Peter Pauper Press was started in 1928 by Peter Beilenson at the age of 22.  He began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parent's home in Larchomnt, NY.  Peter - and later, his wife, Edna - sought to create fine books that sold at "prices even a pauper could afford".  Peter Pauper Press is still family owned and operated. 

My Dad is really trying to get more organized.  He has a new calendar, he has been organizing his room, etc. We decided to give him  this Address Book and Black Pen to help him with that!  These are really nice. There is room for Name, address, phone numbers, fax, email, birthday and notes.  Since he preaches and travels alot, he is constantly writing down new addresses and phone numbers.  And this is the perfect size for him to carry with him.  It is not big and bulky.  It also has an elastic band to keep it closed when it is not in use.  The pen seems really well made too!  My mom was surprised by how heavy it feels. 

Peter Pauper Press has some other products that would make great Father's Day Gifts, like the journals, and some of the organizers.   Make sure you go check them out!  I know this is something my Dad will really enjoy using.  And mom will like it too because she will not have to keep track of numbers for him!

Peter Pauper Press is going to send one of my Neighbors a Little Black Book of Addresses and a Classic Black Roller Pen!  YAY!  What a great giveaway!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive a Little Black Book of Addresses, a Classic Black Roller Pen and a pack of two Refill Ink Cartridges  for review purposes.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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Darlene said…
I also love the Booklight
Unknown said…
Iwill try for the peter pauper deal that sounds great. Robert matthew unger(at) yahoo. (com).
ShellyH said…
I think the spirit of flight lap desk would make a great dad likes whimsical and fantasy art and I think he would like that
I like their ipad covers
Olivia R said…
travel guides and the nook covers
lavesq said…
The Ipad covers make great gifts!
Unknown said…
The black leather journal would also make a great gift!
Nancy said…
The Little Black Book of Walt Disney World would make a great Father's Day gift if a future trip there is in the works!

allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Anne N. said…
I like the kindle cover,
Quantmlife said…
Cindy B (on rc/fb) ~ seems like a nice gift. Thanks
tranch said…
i think the The Little Black Book of Walt Disney World - Tam.c
cman said…
Cheryl said…
The Spirit of Flight Lap Desk would be a neat dad gift.

Thanks for the giveaway.


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