My Favorite .. Website To Shop For Books



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This week's topic: Website to Shop For Books 

Kobo!

For ordering physical books, I am usually lazy and go via amazon.

There is one online book thrift store I want to check out. I had initially hoped to use it for my daughter's school books, but I waited too long to guarantee they would be here in time for school to start.
https://www.thriftbooks.com/
I can NOT vouch for this site one way or the other. The prices are good, so worth a try if you are not looking to get something immediately.

For most physical books - I prefer to buy at thrift stores or at my daughter's school's annual used book fair.

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  1. I haven't ordered from Kobo for ebooks. Amazon is the store I usually order books from.

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    1. I use a Kobo ereader, so buying from Kobo is the easiest way to get books onto it. (The other stores aren't hard, but there are a couple more steps involved to get the books loaded.)

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  2. I'm a kobo users as well. It's been years, and I have too many books with them to change. I don't really buy physical books anymore.

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    1. I rarely buy pbooks for myself. If I didn't have kids, I probably wouldn't buy them at all (aside from craft/cook books).

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  3. Hi Shannon, sometimes a thrift store will have a ton of good books. Value Village has a big book section in Calgary where I live but I had not heard of thriftbooks website. I live outside the USA so the shipping will cost money and time. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I've definitely been loving the Book Depository at the moment. There are no shipping fees and I just love that. LOL!!
    Thanks for signing up and sharing your favorite.

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