Where do you all buy your books
Missy #get the book
Barnes and Noble or a local bookshop called Gardner’s, where you can bring your books in and receive “points” to pick new ones. Or just going in and buying used books for a good price.
Garage sales and local charity sales unless I really want it then Walmart
Thrift stores and the website Thrift Books
Yard sales Flea market Local Library book sale http://bookoutlet.com/ http://thriftbooks.com/ Check some antique stores one by me sales books
Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Kmart, Walmart and I recently got some free books from a thrift store.
Supermarkets, amazon and Waterstones
Amazon usually, then halfprice. Maybe Barnes and Noble or a bookshop called Twig if it’s unavailable or will be a long wait through Amazon. Also Whole Earth Provision has some great children’s books.
Good will or on Amazon for my kindle
Goodwill/thrift stores or library book sale
I’m very lucky I have one of the biggest secondhand bookshops near me and they ‘barter’ as well as sell books. I also look in charity (thrift) shops and shops that sell off books at a cheaper rate. Finally if I really want a particular book and can’t find it anywhere else, I’ll check out ebay or Amazon.
ABE books, Amazon, charity shops, car boot or miscellaneous fairs
There’s a store in my area called Ollie’s you can buy quality hard cover books for around 5 bucks
Amazon, ebay, used book store nearby, occasionally barnes and noble
Tesco, eBay, charity shops xx
Amazon, Walmart online or target
Used book sites and stores, library sales, Amazon, Good Will
Amazon and sometimes Target. Target has books cheaper too sometimes.
Amazon, library sales, thrift stores
Barnes and noble or a place called marissas books near where I live
Physical books I buy from Barnes and Noble. Ebooks I buy on Amazon.
Amazon, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Barnes & Noble, Half Price Books.
Alibris, Book Revue Huntington, Amazon.
ThriftBooks and my local used bookstore
Used library sales, Goodwill, Amazon, http://thriftbooks.com/
Book Depository for hard copies. Amazon for e-books for my Kindle.
Amazon, Target, bookstore
Used awesome http://books.com/
And thrift stores, of course brand new too..lol
Real books come from B&N or an indie bookstore. Ebooks are almost always Amazon, though I’ll occasionally buy from Nook or iBooks.
Majority of mines comes from my local used bookstores called BookOff.
until i realized cost was exceeding $70 a year, now its the library. You can request a book throughout the county, they send it to your library, then email it’s ready for pick up, awesome system; learning is fun, fun, fun 🤠
Library, Amazon, thrift stores
Get my books from my local library
Goodwill has great books and cheap
Barnes and nobles
A mix. I think supporting the industry is important – so Barnes and Noble and other new bookstores, for my favorites that I can’t wait to read and for new writers. Bookman in Santa Ana, California is my go-to used bookstore.
Amazon, Barnes & Noble, local family bookstores
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, book sales, the used book store around the corner from my house, Goodwill and the library sale room. (Basically anywhere I can)
Amazon mainly, can’t beat those prices, or Barns and Noble
Most of my books came from thrift stores and library sales. Occasionally (and I mean like twice a year), I will hit up B&N, Walmart or Sam’s Club for new books. I just hate spending SO much on one book though….
Thrift stores or off other people online 🙂
Goodwill and eBay.
Barnes and Noble mostly or second hand store.
Kindle and Sam’s Club
Mostly BN & a few at local independent bookstores
Amazon or I rent them from the library. My husband just got me a kindle so that makes it easier!
Whitcoulls, Paper plus or The Warehouse.
Mostly charity shops unless there’s one I really want then amazon
Book http://depository.com/ or thrift books
Wherever books are sold. Lol A little of all of the above!!
Library or thrift store
Abebooks, Amazon, Facebook selling groups, library, charity shops
charity shops, carboots .
Kobo indigo chapters second hand stores Walmart
Most of my books have been from library book sales. Very few I have purchased new. My son buys me a few for Christmas but usually that’s it.
What is op shops
Opportunity shops (I am in Australia) i think others call them thrift/charity shops 🙂
Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
The works they have offers in 3 books for a fiver x
Mostly swooped but I also have this secret little book store in Sabie that I go to when I am in Mpumalanga 🙂
I buy most of mine through BookBub
Almost always on Amazon these days.
2nd and Charles, amazon or other second hand book stores.
Independent book store near me, Amazon, airports.
Waterstone’s, W H Smith’s, Fopp, charity shops, and downloading them on my Kindle. The occasional independent book shop, as well, if I see one.
Wherever I can?
Half Price Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble.
Used book sales but I mainly just use overdrive to read.
Barnes and Noble, Amazon. My cousin always gives me a stack of books to read
Physical books? Thrift books, Goodwill, amazon, 2nd & Charles..
Charity shops x
Amazon, Lifeway, 2nd and Charles, library sales, and occasionally Barnes and Noble.
Today was goodwill 😊
Alsome I am going to goodwill tomorrow
@Missy sometimes it’s a bust, but then sometimes it’s not! 😊
@Amy oh okay
Awesome! I love reading Dee Henderson books.
@Hannah this will be my first ( I think 🤔) I’m excited!
She is very good. 🙂
Barnes & Noble.
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