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  1. UPDATE I received emails from PayPal and eBay that the Seller, thriftbooks, cancelled the order and refunded the money to my PayPal account. "We're sorry to let you know that thrift.books canceled your order and mentioned the reason as I'm out of stock or the item is damaged." On Amazon, the textbook was shown at BooksSquared in Dallas TX. On eBay, it was shown as thriftbooks. BooksSquared is one of the thriftbooks companies around the USA. We have purchased several books, in the past, from thriftbooks companies. The first one was from Sierra Nevada Books in Reno NV. An Art textbook listed as "Very Good" that DD said when she inspected it "it smells like a Brand New book". It had a school stamp on the inside of the front cover, but apparently had never been issued to a student. I believe this is the second time, in 5 years, that a textbook order has been cancelled by the Seller. The first time it was a much smaller Amazon Seller, in KY. This time, a huge seller... Back to the drawing boards... I'm not happy and I'd had my fingers crossed they would ship it today or tomorrow. End of update (17 July 2017) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX We have, in the past, purchased 2 or 3 textbooks for DD on eBay, from private sellers (families), and saved money over what the same book, in the same condition, was priced at, by reputable Amazon Marketplace Sellers, on that same day. Today, the same (extremely large) Seller, had the book listed on Amazon and on eBay. I bought it for DD from them on eBay, where their price was $21.98 less than on Amazon... In the past I have seen small price differences (a few dollars), between Marketplaces, but that is a huge savings for our family on that textbook. Also, of possible interest, for the first time, this morning I used BookFinder.com Of several price checking web sites I tried this morning, BookFinder.com was the only web site that found that textbook, for that price, on eBay. Another thing of possible interest: The first Estimated Delivery Date for the purchase on eBay was approximately 7 days before the first Estimated Delivery Date on Amazon. The same book from the same Seller...
  2. I wasn't planning to buy textbooks for the school year beginning in August 2015 for DD now, but I found an excellent opportunity to save $ on one of them on eBay and it was delivered to our house yesterday. Checking on Amazon, I found that 2 of the 3 textbooks for the other Core courses have been in price wars. If I can confirm with the school that those textbooks will be used for the 2015 - 2016 school year (I know they have an RFP for one of the courses, so that one will eventually change) I will buy them now. Interesting to me is that I also checked AbeBooks for these books. One of the textbooks is listed by the same seller for $12.23 less, than their price on Amazon for that same item.
  3. This is the 2nd time I have purchased a textbook for DD on eBay, but, like the first one, it was much less expensive than the same textbook is on Amazon at this time. There are not a lot of textbooks on eBay, but from time to time... Yesterday, in the late afternoon, I searched on eBay. It was there for USD $19.99 plus $4 shipping to our Forwarder in Miami. Listed as "Used - Very Good". I sent a message on eBay, with 3 questions, to the Seller and s/he answered in one hour and 8 minutes. Yesterday, the lowest price on Amazon for that textbook was $52.45 plus $3.99 shipping to Miami. Also, at this time, if someone sends that textbook in Good condition to Amazon, Amazon will provide a Gift Card for $27.31. And, I believe Amazon will pay for shipping it to them. The Seller had 47 things listed for sale on eBay, but this textbook was the only book. :-) So, if you are looking for Used Textbooks, I suggest you check, from time to time, on eBay also.
  4. If your DC use textbooks, after they are done with them, check on Amazon to see what they would give you a Credit for, if you send them in, in good condition. This morning, I received an email from Amazon about a textbook we bought used, for DD, in January, from HPB-Dallas, on Amazon, I think we paid $30.22 + $3.99 shipping. If DD was done with it, and, if were were in the USA, I could send it in to Amazon and they would give us a Credit for $28.50. I think they would pay for the shipment, within the USA, to send the textbook to them too.
  5. I just wanted to let y'all know about a new policy at Cengage/CengageBrain with their textbook purchasing. I recently purchased a textbook for my oldest via their online store, received confirmation via email and waited for delivery. I never received further communications and traced my order back through the online account to discover that the company had cancelled my order. I received no notice of the cancellation. I phoned customer service and discovered that they have a new policy with regard to credit card fraud-purchases where the billing and delivery addresses don't match are automatically flagged and cancelled. The reps were very kind, placed my order again over the phone and added expedited delivery at no charge. However, if I hadn't been tracking the order status myself I would never have known. I just wanted to put this info out there as I know it is a common textbook purchasing site for college students and I would think that they would often have a mismatch in billing and shipping addresses.
  6. We were going to wait, until after the holiday shipping mess, to order the textbook DD needs for the Middle School Art course, but the past several days, I have been watching the prices Amazon.com Sellers are charging for it. The book has a list price of about $95, New. On Amazon.com, as I type this Post, Amazon.com Sellers are asking prices ranging from $65.00 to $276.06, for the textbook, New. On Amazon.com, as I type this Post, Amazon.com Sellers are asking prices ranging from $3.87 (Used-Good condition) to $999.00 (Used -Good condition). I am curious why an Amazon.com Seller would list the book, New, for 3X the original price. And, extremely puzzled, why an Amazon.com Seller would list the book, Used, for more than 10X the original price. Who would pay more than the Publishers list price, for the book, New or Used? The book we bought was listed, at just under $11.00, Used-Very Good condition. Someone came in with a new listing and that apparently started a price war and early this morning when I looked on Amazon.com, the book was listed for $3.94 from that same Amazon.com Seller. We bought it. $3.94 +$3.99 Shipping to Miami, FL and then (hopefully) $19.50 and it will be delivered to our house in Colombia. Shop carefully, and you can get a bargain!
  7. Hello all, Peace Hill Press is proud to announce that "The Creative Writer, Level Two: Essential Ingredients" is now available for purchase on our website. Paperback version here PDF download here This is a middle-grades elective course, sharpening vital skills for crafting fiction and poetry--a gentle, imaginative introduction to the skills all creative writers need. Gives guidance for both teacher and student, building skills in writing poetry and fiction. The Creative Writer, Level Two guides you through an innovative, compelling series of exercises, each one designed to build your skill in the essential ingredients of fiction and poetry. Then, author Boris Fishman sets you free to create your own recipe for gripping fiction and spellbinding poetry. Use as a follow-up to The Creative Writer, Level One: Five Finger Exercises. Or begin with the second volume as a more advanced introduction to imaginative writing. Each volume contains directions and instructions for the developing writer, as well as detailed guidance for the mentor or teacher. See the introduction and Table of Contents here
  8. We are afterschooling math (high fifth, low sixth grade) and my son would like a textbook. The kind of book that looks like a textbook! Fat with a hard cover:) Ideally, I would like a textbook that has an answer key available, but this is not absolutely necessary. I would probably buy a 6th grade book unless the program was super fast paced. We will continue to use other resources, but by golly if he wants a textbook then I aim to find him a textbook! Any suggestions? Thanks.
  9. After reading the thread on AAH, I have a few questions. Since many college courses do rely on dense, fact-cramming textbooks and not all students can easily transition into juggling lots of courses that are based on that type of learning, when do you bring that into play in your homeschool. Most of us probably use textbooks for math and science, but when do you bring the number of textbook-driven courses to five or six; i.e. the standard courseload in college? BJU was mentioned in that thread, and their high school textbooks are crammed with facts and definitions that must be learned to do well on the tests. Five or six BJU courses would be difficult for many students, especially if you include the lectures -- also a typical part of college courses. So, when, if ever, do you set up your student's high school course load to mimic or reflect a typical college workload. I realize there are colleges that use a different learning model, but for the most part, colleges rely on thick textbooks.
  10. I know it's not very "classical", but my fear of leaving gaps in my son's education has me looking more at textbooks for the logic stage (especially for science and history). Which ones are your favorites?
  11. http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2010/7/25/the-real-cost-of-college-textbooks?hp Why do new college textbooks cost so much? It's a perennial complaint, but with the growing concerns over student debt levels and the spiraling costs of higher education generally, students and their parents are not the only ones asking that question. New federal regulations aimed at textbook pricing went into effect this month. Publishers will now "unbundle" college textbooks from accompanying materials like workbooks and CD's, allowing them to be bought separately. The publishers' representatives will also have to tell the college faculty member how much a textbook costs when they make a sales pitch -- the idea being that professors should be aware of what students will have to pay. The book publishers supported the legislation. But a number of experts on the economics of textbook marketing said it will have little impact. How onerous is the cost of textbooks, whether in print or digital, for students? Do colleges have a stake in keeping the prices high? What are the factors that determine what the publishers charge and what students end up paying? <further discussion at link; my comments below> Many math textbooks, for subjects such as Algebra I or calculus, cost $100 or more (list price) and have more than 1000 pages. I doubt that textbooks need to be so expensive and so big, and I wonder if the huge books are actually read. Math books aimed at homeschoolers and for adults studying independently tend to be shorter and less expensive.
  12. Please, don't berate me for asking...I have always wondered about this! I notice that some of the textbooks mentioned on this forum are really long, complicated, wordy, and/or difficult to comprehend. I am talking 800- page math, 900- page history, and 1100- page science textbooks. Do students actually read these textbooks, word for word, and do the problems, review pages, and labs associated with the text? If so, how do they manage to complete 4 or 5 advanced classes along with leisure activities and non-academic activities [jobs, volunteer work, hanging out with friends, sports, etc.]? If the student were to read every word in the book, stopping to look at the table, graphs, examples, glossary, as needed, it would seem to me that each days' focused and concentrated reading, along with working problems and/or doing labs, would take at least a couple of hours. You multiply this by 5 classes and you are already at 10+ hours of schoolwork a day. This does not include prep time, etc. We know that in a traditional classroom setting the instructor extracts the key ideas from the text and presents them to the students, leaving the remainder of the text as a supplementary reference for those students who want more insight into a concept or need clarification of a particular idea. How is this done differently in a homeschool environment? How do you take a 6 lb textbook and make the material manageable?
  13. I'm thinking of starting homeschooling here in Australia soon but I read that you can't take the SC (School Certificate) or the HSC (Higher School Certificate). I'm scared about how that will affect my child going into university after he completes homeschool. Also, I was wondering what places I can go to where I can purchase some textbooks for a Year 8 going into Year 9 child that is very bright and highly academic. Thank you, Adrian.
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