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$10 for $20 Towards Gently-used Books, Children's Books, DVDs and More at Angie's Book Attic

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Angie's Book Attic
581-G Old Hickory Blvd
Jackson, TN
38305
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Description

Books, like faces, grow better with more use. Judge a book by its cover with today’s SnagMob deal: *For $10, you get $20 worth of Used Books, DVDs and more at Angie’s Book Attic* in Jackson. Located in the Hamilton Hills Shopping Center, Angie’s Book Attic is Jackson’s first family-owned used bookstore. Featuring both hardcover and paperback books, this unique print boutique stocks a wide range of popular bestsellers, romance novels, biographies, cookbooks, robot-building manuals and much more. From Tom Clancy to Dr. Seuss to Rachael Ray, the store is like one giant refresh button with new-to-you titles arriving daily. Check out the *Children’s* section of books, ideal for kid’s summer reading and those idolizing tween fiction heroes. For the cash-strapped college students, Angie’s offers a great *Textbook* program where students can buy, rent or sell their books. And their *DVD* section offers a selection of popular rom-coms, thrillers and classics for the family. The store’s exchange policy may also allow you to earn store credit with your gently used books. Make sure you check out their "Facebook":https://www.facebook.com/pages/Angies-Book-Attic/165362006855564 page for updates on new arrivals and more.

The Fine Print

Expires November 3, 2012 • Limit 2 per person; May buy up to 2 as gifts • No cash back • Limit one per visit • Cannot combine with any other offer • Must use in one visit • Not valid for new books

Highlights

  • Wide selection of gently used paperback and hardcover books • Features a fun children’s section ideal to stock up for summer reading • Locally owned and operated

Angie's Book Attic