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Ok we have to make an advertisment for my english class and its due monday. Today is friday. any ideas???

How about an advertisement for a book you've enjoyed? You could include a photo of the cover of the book and a couple of lines of praise for it. Ads should usually be colorful and use as few words as possible. Your goal is to attract the reader's attention and convince him/her to buy the product.

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