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WE’RE FROM NATIONAL REVIEW, AND WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

You’ve tarried, and now Christmas is a few days away, and you haven’t bought anything for the grandkids, or godchild, or your sibling’s family. You blew it! Or did you?

Fear not — we’ve got want you want, and can get it where you want it to go, in time before the fat jolly guy descends the chimney on the 24th. Just go to the NRO Gift Shop right now and purchase some of our delightful, big, beautiful, lavishly illustrated, classy kids’ books collections. Add a few bucks to your order for UPS shipping (spend more than $75 and UPS Ground shipping is free!) and we’ll have them out Monday, shipped to you or directly to the lucky gift recipient, accompanied by a handsome announcement card with any personal message you wish! (If we believe the package won’t get there in time by Christmas — via UPS Ground — we’ll contact you to discuss other options, such as UPS “3 Day Select”).

OK, so, what to get? If you’re looking for great books for toddlers and beginning readers, there’s the original and new second edition of The National Review Treasury of Classic Bedtime Stories. For older kids, there are the original and second editions of The National Review Treasury of Clasic Children’s Literature, both with over three-dozen stories and fables personally selected by William F. Buckley Jr.

And again for older kids, there’s our new collection — the boxed set of Howard Pyle’s Pepper & Salt and The Wonder Clock. These are as much works of art as they are compendiums of fascinating stories. All of our books contain entertaining, wholesome, adn instructive stories — the kind you want those special kids in your life to be reading. They are ideal gifts — the kind that will last a lifetime. So go and order them right now, and we promise you that NR’s Merry Band of Mailroom Brothers will make magic with the boxes, bubblewrap, labels, and tape guns in order to have your presents on their merry way.

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