What’s your favorite place to buy books?
Diane get the book
Anywhere, but library and yard sales are best for sheer volume.
http://bookoutlet.com/ and http://thriftbooks.com/
Thrift stores, second hand book stores and my locally owned bookstore. I support small businesses.
Our only local owned book stores are secondhand. I do support them.
Granted local doesn’t always have what we are looking for but looking local (when affordable too of course) is always my favourite option. ❤️❤️
Charity shops or online at world of books is good too. Tesco (a bit like Wal-Mart?) is good as it’s 2 for £7 on new paperbacks or between £5-£10 for a new hardback.
Library book sales
ebay and Goodwill.
Chapters and a locally owned book store called books & company
Used bookstores bookstores
Anywhere but the library also…I don’t like to give 📖’s back unless they’re borrowed from a friend, love the idea of when you give someone a book that they then pass onto someone else I love that 💕
Half Price Books.
My local store. Or market 🙂
Garage or estate sales
https://www.fabingo.com/ Or Urdu bazar
Anywhere that sells books. I mostly get them from supermarkets, but adore Waterstones; I also buy off eBay and amazon.
Hard to resist Amazon because it’s linked to my Discover cash back & so it feels like I get books for free. 🙂
Chapters, Used Book Stores..👍🏻
Books a million!
Half Price Books Barnes & Noble
Half Price books.
I love book shops and I go to one in Cambridge called Heffers – it has such a great collection.
Online cuz English books > books in my mother tongue
Barnes and Noble Waterstones
Suggested Halloween reading- The October Country by Ray Bradbury
Barnes & Noble, Local bookstores, Thrifts, & BooksAMillion
Half price books!
Thrift stores, Goodwill, yard sale
BAM! Mostly but I just started buying them at http://bookoutlet.com/! I was super excited to get Caraval in hardcover for 4.49! There’s lots of books that are less than two dollars -new books in hardcover! Plus it’s free shipping over $35. Someone actually posted something yesterday about another online site that has free shipping on anything over $10 so I’m going to check it out once I figure out where it is 😂
Alma classics — Waterstones — sainsburys! 🤗♥️
Amazon prime since my Dad has it so I use his
McKay’s Used Books
Half price books, Antique stores, Thrift stores, Garage sales, Amazon in a pinch.
Arc Thrift store or Goodwill. They are always cheapest.
Book store, though they be scarce
second hand stores, yard sales, church sales, flea markets,
I load my iPad from Amazon.
Half Price Books
http://thriftbooks.com/ or bookoutlet
Anywhere I can get them
If I am not in a hurry, I love Betterworldbooks. They have great sales, I can find almost anything I want and for each book bought from them they also donate one to their literacy program and for each book the site also shows where any profit for books goes. The retired librarian in me loves that they donate millions of books. A big plus with BWB is Free Shipping!!
my daughter wants to be a librarian!
Library sales, second hand stores
Boos a million
Sorry I meant books a million.
I love that store!
My sister first took me to the store in Kingsport Tenn. I told her I felt like a starving dog in a meat house I didn’t know which book to look for first.lol.
Barnes and Noble and Amazon. I also loved Hastings but it went out of business 😭
Barnes and Noble. Just walking in, and smelling the books and coffee, is such a stress reliever.
Local bookstore, Hyde Brothers for used, out of print, or hard to find. Amazon or Kobo for everything else.
Waterstones, Piccadilly Circus,Central London. Former department store, now with five floors of books. Coffee, sofas and knowledgable staff: perfect.
Five floors?? 😮
Yes, it was a department store, it is huge. Basement and four floors above; the fifth floor is a bar/restaurant. You could stay there all day !
Thrift store! I looove pre-loved books 😆♥️
My library book sale
Library sales, Half Price Books, Barnes and Noble clearance.
A Canadian bookstore: Chapters, Indigo & Cole; a Canadian French bookstore: Renaud-Bray
Murphy’s Used Books in Kettering Ohio
Goodwill and other thrift shops and used book stores
Barnes and Nobles. I am super weird when it comes to picking out my books. I look for the perfect one that is as close or untouched as possible 😂
Amazon or Abebooks
Chapters, Walmart or a second hand store chain called The Book Market 🙂
B&N or Half Priced Books
Barnes&Nobles and stores that carry used books
Amazon, Bookoutlet and thrift stores
Thrift stores. I find some treasures there, plus many of them are in great shape. Some haven’t been used
Half price books or amazon
Amazon or http://thriftbooks.com/
I use my wonderful little library ! They are excellent ! 👏
Anywhere local thats sells books. Online I use https://www.betterworldbooks.com/ Free shipping worldwide and no minimum order.
Library sales, Op shops, second hand bookstores, Amazon, facebook groups & sometimes Dymocks but not often as they are across town and it’s hard for me to get there.
Amazon or this store called savers
Charity /second hand book stores
The Book Nook
Amazon, Books-A-Million, Barnes & Noble, my local library( i just purchased like new hardcovers of books for 1.00 each), the thrift stores and the book consignment stores in my area and also Book Festivals.
Thrift stores such as Goodwill and Salvation Army. There’s an estate warehouse where I live that had a bunch of used books. I also like to scope out library sales. Thriftbooks and used books from a Amazon or B&N are also great.
B&N — Nook
Online and stores ❤️
Barnes and Noble
Second-hand book sales around my university.
Beach Book Boutique – Airlie Beach Australia 💙
Anywhere and everywhere. Thrift stores, online, books a million
Barnes and Noble is my favorite but I also love Half Priced Bookstores. ThriftBooks, Amazon. Anywhere I can get them 😊
Barnes and Noble and anywhere else books are sold…haha
My local book store naturally! 🙂
Russian websites. Labirint.ru and ChitaiGorod.ru
At my “dealers”, AMAZON
Book sales ❤️
Library bookstore and book outlet,com
Thrift stores, antique stires, garage sales, discount stores, Amazon in a pinch.
Local bookstore and Fullybooked
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