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    Quote Originally Posted by Koarlo View Post
    I'm in the same boat, very frustrating. Now I have to go back 'some time during the week' to try and get one.


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    I wasn't even that interested but given we have so many of the stickers I either chuck them or find a bl00dy book. Which I'll probably never use anyway. Gah consumerism!

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    Maybe if we can post which stores we know still have books. As of today, White's Hill in Brisbane had books.

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    My store in Melbourne had heaps

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    I'm not sure what sort of areas you guys live in, but I'm thinking large Woolies in cities would probably have some, eg the one in QV in the CBD in Melbourne. Just because there would be less families who shop there? Or if you know there's one in an area that is near a uni and predominantly student residents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    @Jontu Am i missing something? Are there 2 books?

    I got the little green house and gardening fork today. I am way more excited about this than dd.

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    No, I got 2 books as in 1 for each of my 2 kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    No, I got 2 books as in 1 for each of my 2 kids
    After I wrote that I wondered if that is what you meant. Duh. People with more than one kid have a whole lot of shopping to do to fill those books.

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    This us the first one I'm getting into too ( DD is 9 months old)

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    My MIL has started collecting them for my DD. She's only 10.5 months but she loves Jamie Oliver haha! Calls him Gaga when she sees him in magazines and on my cookbooks.

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    Is it aimed at kids or adults? I can't tell from the stickers (I haven't looked at them closely).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Is it aimed at kids or adults? I can't tell from the stickers (I haven't looked at them closely).
    The whole campaign is aimed at families. Overall it's to try and get our kids to eat better. Obviously the parents make the meal planning / purchasing final say so from what I can see it's aimed at both. There are done fun games for kids but adult things too.


 

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