Coupon book

The other day I received the Everyday Coupon Book benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. It’s more of a women’s magazine, and I mean that in the nicest way, than a coupon book. There are lots of recipes, a few generic “how to be better” articles, and then 200 pages of coupons and special online offers. If you’re a fan of Aura Cacia, Tyson, Arm & Hammer, South Beach, Caribou Coffee, and the like, then you may get your money’s worth. If your tastes run simpler, though, or you’re not a fan of traditional women’s magazines, diet schemes, or random recipes, I’d say skip it.

Harper Collins (or its agent) sent me this coupon book to review. I didn’t find much useful for our family, so I sent it on to the local public library for their book sale.


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