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The Notebook: Lessons On Love

Apr 30, 2013

The Notebook is a story of lost chances, growing up and the power of enduring love. Behind every great love is a great story. Two teenagers from opposite sides of the tracks fall in love during one summer together, but are tragically forced apart. When they reunite seven years later, their passionate romance is rekindled, forcing one of them to choose between true love and class order.

The Notebook: Ultimate Collector’s Edition is now available!

The Notebook and Nic Sparks giving us a lesson on love!

 

The Notebook: Ultimate Collector’s Edition Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack will also include romantic premium collectibles that are exclusive to the set, including:

  • A charming collectible antique golden locket (a consumer value of $12.99)
  • Authentic postcard set with scenes from the film
  • Vintage leather-style blank journal with gold edging and ribbon marker; pages designed with watermarked letters and images from the film

The Notebook: Ultimate Collector’s EditionThe Notebook: Ultimate Collector’s EditionCourtesy of Warner Bros.

 

 

 

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