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Monocolored pink tights
Monocolored pink tights

5.0 out of 5 stars This company makes nice, lush soft cotton footwear for small children, January 24, 2013
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Swift response to queries, really fast shipping and best of all, a great product! I ordered these after buying some organic baby socks from lapncap and loving their lush, dense cottoniness! I will look at their products first whenever I need something like this again!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MMM, MMM Good!, January 5, 2010
Hi all, I have two words for you! Cream and salt! That's all that's in this creamy, delicious butter. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast who needs a healthy animal fat to wander into the woods with, or if you are preparing a years food supply. This is good stuff! Well worth the expense, and it seems to last a long time, longer then you would think 12 ounces would last. Yummy! A big hit at the gun/ knife shows!

Sky Burial: An Epic Love Story of Tibet
Sky Burial: An Epic Love Story of Tibet
by Xinran
Edition: Hardcover
61 used & new from $0.01

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing tale of friendship, vast lands and sorrow, May 19, 2005
Now here is an epic story of love, friendship, courage and sacrifice. Set in Chinese-occupied Tibet and based on a true story, Xinran's extraordinary second book takes the reader right to the hidden heart of one of the world's most mysterious and inaccessible countries. In March 1958, Shu Wen, a young woman and doctor learns that her beloved husband, an idealistic army doctor, has died while serving in Tibet not even a hundred days after their marriage. Unwilling to accept this as fact, she sets out to find out what happened to him by joining his regiment in Tibet. For over twenty years she walked, searching for her husband on a life-changing journey through the Tibetan countryside that leads her to a deep appreciation of Tibet in all its beauty and brutality. Sadly, when she finally discovers the truth about her husband, she must carry her knowledge back to a China that, in her absence, has experienced the Cultural Revolution and changed beyond her ken. Xinran has done an amazing job in depicting the vast Tibetan landscape to us. Surely you too will cry as I did when nearing the end of this amazing must read!

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