Charles Wysocki Cat Art Tote Bag: Frederick The Literate

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I know many book lovers have been loving this purse, but the price is $99.A FB friend found it slightly cheaper at $69 at this link, and it includes 2 free matching cosmetic bags.

I’m going to keep my eyes open for an even lower price. Maybe as the Holidays get closer there will be a sale on it.

https://www.homestead.com/~site/ecomm/page/Accessories/Charles-Wysocki-Cat-Art-Tote-Bag-Frederick-The-Literate/197742?&hsid=1760078157&mode=fb

 

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