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Monday, March 8, 2010

Tuesday’s Toolbox

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I recently came across a great vendor that I have to share: Bare Books. They have bound bare books, spiral bare books, bare comic books, bare journals, bare board games…the pages of their site are strikingly bare (grin). I recently received my first order from them and was pleasantly surprised by the quick service and the very high quality of the goods and the very reasonable prices. The Printed Gameboard Kit comes with a sturdy gameboard, dice, six wooden pawns, a spinner, play money and bare cards, all in a sturdy reusable box and all for only $7.95. This is going to be great, much better than the cardstock board with paper stand-up game pieces I’ve concocted in the past.

David has been interested in drawing Manga and creating comic books, so I also sprung for some bare comic books and a call-out template. I added a few other things like some large spiral-bound bare books, and journals to meet the minimum order. That’s the only drawback: a minimum order of $25. But, the shipping is only $3.50. Can’t beat that. Is there a particular company you’ve come across, maybe a little off the beaten path, that provides cool tools for your school?

Note: This post was unsolicited and uncompensated. It reflects my personal experience with these products.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing. These look better than the blank journals that we have purchased.

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  2. You are welcome! The quality is quite good for the price.

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