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 personalized gifts for girlfri     |      2019-09-25 03:25

When we look back on our childhood, one of the parts we remember most fondly are the books we grew up learning to read. They shaped our youth in a number of ways, taught us valuable life lessons, and provided the best bedtime stories. Even as grownups, these books have a special place in our heartspersonalized gifts for girlfriend, so we were ecstatic to learn about a cute new collaboration that brings some of our favorites into our lives in a cool way.

Online custom-framing outfitter, Framebridge, has teamed with ;children's book publisher Penguin Young Readers ;on ;a collection of custom-framed artwork that features illustrations from some of the most beloved kid's books. The collaboration, which launches today, offers 12 ;different limited-edition prints. Some are from reads that we grew up with and plan on sharing with our own kids, and some are newer titles, but they are all absolutely adorable.

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We think these pieces are perfect for decorating a child's room, and they're ;a fantastic ;gift, too. Heck, even adults can enjoy them—;they'd make a cute and meaningful addition to any gallery wall. Available in four different frame styles and available to ship nationwide, ;each will arrive ready to hang with a signed certificate of authenticity from the illustrator themselves, so these are ;legit.

Some of books available as prints include Corduroy by Don Freeman, Mitford at the Fashion Zoo by Donald Robertson, ;Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney, Dragons Love Tacos written by Adam Rubin and illustrated by Daniel Salmieri, ;The Not So Quiet Library by Zachariah OHora, and ;Wonder Bear by Tao Nyeu.

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The collection ranges from ;$150 to $300. It is available exclusively at starting today.

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