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Knock Knock What to Eat Pad (Yellow) Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 2011
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What's for Dinner?
Busy households agree: these helpful meal planning pads add stylish utility to your refrigerator door.
Track Meals with Style
Plan, track, and execute weekly meals with Knock Knock's What to Eat Pad. (Bonus: it won't judge your candy-for-dinner habit).
Make a list. Make many lists. Make lists of lists you want to make.
Say Something More
We are Knock Knock, independent makers of clever gifts, books, and whatever else we can think up. Our mission is to bring humor, creativity, and smarts to everyday life. Say something more with Knock Knock stuff.
Knock Knock Classic Pads
If you enjoy making lists—and really, who doesn’t?—our many-splendored selection of Knock Knock Classic Pads will have you feeling like a kid in a candy store.
- Perfect for the organized and the disorganized alike!
- Never forget the milk again
- Perfect for business and pleasure
- 6 x 9 inches, 60 sheets each
About the Author
Knock Knock is an independent maker of clever gifts, books, and whatever else they can think up. Their mission is to bring humor, creativity, and smarts to everyday life. Knock Knock s crackerjack in-house team creates products and develops books from the ground up as well as collaborating with outside authors, bloggers, and other creative types. Whether producing sticky notes or a volume of thoroughly researched nonfiction, Knock Knock happily dispenses irreverence, wordplay, and wit from its sunny perch in Venice, California, to folks around the globe. Say something more with #knockknockstuff.
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