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The CanLit onesy: You've got the look, now get the book

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Just in time for the coldest, cruelest month of the year, the CanLit onesy is a 100 per cent cotton blend knit reading onesy, perfect for reading any type of Canadian literature in the comfort of your own home, a friend's place or your local café.

The CanLit onesy was designed to make reading books more comfortable. Whether it's a novel, non-fiction, short fiction or even poetry, the CanLit onesy is sure to be the perfect gift for the cozy book lover in your life.

Knit by hand by Sarah Reinhart of Kitchener, Ontario, it's a perfect winter time treat for those who love crafts, reading and wearing things.

So whether it's for your next book launch, book giveaway, reading aerobics, book club meeting or just a gift for the cute book nerd in your life, the CanLit onesy is the perfect accessory. Why not order this one-of-a-kind gift today!

Also if you are a publisher or bookstore wanting to carry this item for your next launch or in-store event, drop us a line!

Please indicate size, when ordering. Price includes shipping and handling.
Canadian orders only. $19.95 each or two for $35.50.

Email our sales team with the subject headline: CANLIT ONESY

Reprinted with permission from Nathaniel G. Moore's blog Critical Crushes.

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