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My copy of this book, purchased on June 14, 2016, was clearly mis-bound by its publisher. My copy is MISSING pages 137 - 184. It contains DUPLICATES of pages 122 - 136, and 85 - 102.The book's content is organized by States within the USA. Therefore, there is NO information available for the States covered in pages 137 - 184. The duplicate pages are less of a problem; better to have redundant information than none at all. Nonetheless, these duplicates make an already fat book even fatter.
I purchased this for my Granddaughter and she seems to be quite taken with the KinderBike. It is a bit large for her but I know she will grow into it. The KinderBike should eliminate the need for trike or a small bike with training wheels.
You get what you pay for,that's true, but I have not gotten a bad item. Yes it comes directly from China and takes a while to be shipped but, everything I have ordered has been true to the advertised item. I do highly recommend to check the description and especially the sizes.
I have used these products and I have been more than happy. I clean and use them in my work so I have to have something that is good. So I think you should use them before you say they are not good. I love them.
Everything you need to know in one place...You have to also get the Case book for further explanation.
The attached sprayer DOES NOT spray! Shame on me thinking what other reviewers posted were the exception and that I wouldn't experience the same problem. I tried working with it for a quite some time and finally gave up. Shame on the manufacturer Miss Muffet, they should be kicked in the tuffet!
Best of this series in several years. Hits a range of essay types, such as a brainy entry from Isaiah Berlin, a humorous piece from David Sedaris, a bit of history from Malcolm Gladwell, a couple of articles about aging, one about a dude and the cat that adopted him, Zadie Smith on the view from her Manhattan apartment. You won't click with every entry, but there are enough winners here to make it well worth your while.