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preparing kids for disney: autograph books! - Teach Mama
We are so very, very, very, very excited that we’re heading to the Happiest Place on earth in just a few days! As part of the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration , our schedule will be packed, and it will surely be an incredible event!

The kids are elated, my husband is elated, I am elated, and though Brady doesn’t know it yet, I’m sure he’ll be elated to be a spoiled...

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Abby Abby says:
Value of these autographed books?
I have both of these autographed books and they are both in great condition. The first was signed about 20 years ago and is a personalized message with autograph. The second book I'm not sure about how old it is but it's just the signature....
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If the autograph is personalized(says your name or whatever) then it tends to be worth less because that makes it more specific and only people with that name will want it. I'm also not sure how...

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