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Re: new format for books

In a message dated 08/21/2003 5:01:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
wmorgan972@ameritech.net writes:

> Oddly enough, I took Hortus Third and "The Plant Book" in to
> work with me yesterday to try to ID a plant for someone.  

I have not had positive experience with the garden books on CD - guess I'm 
just too book-oriented.  But wouldn't it be great to have Hortus Third on CD!  
Mine is beginning to come apart from much usage.  My two-volume Exotica doesn't 
get nearly as much wear and tear, but it's on a high shelf.  I get my weight 
training by lifting it down.  Auralie

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