Ready for back to school shopping? As summer creeps to a close and the school year begins, there are endless supplies to stock up on. If you (or your child) want to stand out from the crowd and show off your personality, there are plenty of cute school supplies for all ages. Some back to school trends include items with an eco-twist, such as bento-style lunch boxes that put less trash into the environment.
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