June 2006
Girls' Life;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 12 Issue 6, pGS4
The article presents information on a new range of products for girls called "Defy the Ordinary," introduced by the organization Girl Scouts. The products include a pen, a T-shirt, a diary and a Defy the Ordinary sticker. The T-shirt is available in different sizes and the price ranges from $17.50 to $18.50. The diary is a spiral bound one, with 45 pages. The pen is made of plastic and has a rope handle. The address and Web site have been provided through which readers can place their orders.


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