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Piper Reed News

If you recall, I reviewed "Piper Reed Navy Brat" way back in December. I've just been alerted that August is Piper Reed month! Why?

1. Piper Reed Navy Brat came out in paperback this week

2. Piper Reed the Great Gypsy releases on August 19

3. There will be at least six Piper Reed books

4. Each week in August there will be a Piper giveaway

5. Educators will be eligible for the drawing of a classroom set of Piper Reed Navy Brat
Head on over to the Jambalaya blog and get all the details!

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