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Barker Creek Library Pocket, Tiger Design, 30/Pack

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Item #: 901-141868BAR
  Model #: LL1221
Brand: Barker Creek
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Barker Creek Library Pocket, Tiger Design, 30/Pack
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With tiger and traditional designs, Barker Creek Library Pocket has tiger has a combination which makes this one of the most fearsome pocket. Library pocket with tiger design celebrate the power of the tiger with these stunning library Pocket! the strip along the edge is inspired by a traditional African mud cloth pattern.
  • Tiger and traditional design combine to make these beautiful pockets!
  • 30 Peel & Stick Library Pockets per package
  • 3 1/2" x 5 1/8" - Will hold standard 3" x 5" Index Cards
  • Coordinates with Barker Creek's Africa Curated Collection
Celebrate the power of the tiger with Barker Creek's stunning library pockets!  These pockets feature tiger stripes along with the strip along the edge that is inspired by a traditional African mud cloth pattern.  Our Peel & Stick Tiger Library Pockets are great for organizing flash cards, hall passes, file folder game pieces, spelling word lists, library cards, reading logs…and more!  Each package includes 30 pockets and each pocket has two self-adhesive peel & stick strips on the back making them easy to adhere to file folders, binders, charts, signs, hallways, and doors.  Sized to fit standard 3" x 5" index cards.  Search Barker Creek Africa for coordinating products.
Specifications
Kids Theme : Colors Education Subject Matter : Across the Curriculum School Grade : Multi-Grade Hall Passes & Library Card Type : Library Pockets
Brand : Barker Creek Customizable : No
Weight : 0.70 lbs. per Pack
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