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Homeschool Library Builder ~ TOS Review

Books. Oh, I love them! I have a perfect system available to me through my public library ... I can do all kinds of searches, "order" books that I want, and have them waiting for me at the library.

But sometimes, oh sometimes, my library does not have the book I am needing, or it has a large hold list and it won't be available for me to check out when I am needing it. That puts me in a position to purchase the book. I can typically purchase it new at several different places. But, that gets costly! There have been times I have completely changed my plans because of this problem.

NO. MORE.

Homeschool Library Builder is an amazing website that provides thousands of books at reduced prices!


Homeschool Library Builder offers:

  • New and used literature
Whether a book is hard- or softcover, like new or ex-library, in good or fair condition, our items are clearly rated by condition and priced accordingly.
  • Guidance for selecting worthwhile books
Items are organized by categories and age level, so you can easily locate what you need!
  • Amazingly low prices
We love bargain shopping and delight in sharing our savings with you! We want to help you stretch those dollars as you build your special home library!

(from the website)

By becoming a member of HSLB, you have the following benefits:
I encourage you to click on the links above. THIS IS AN AMAZING COMPANY!

I decided to put HSLB to the test:
  1. I tried to check out Charlotte's Web  from my library. Guess what. It's gonna be a while before I can get it, and I need it asap. This would be a great title to have in our home library. So, I did a title search at HSLB and came up with two great options at GREAT prices!
  2. Dawson is getting ready to start a unit on knights. So, I did a keyword search of "knights". I received 10 results. And, one was even an out-of-print book on The Middle Ages with stories, activities and reproducibles for a BARGAIN!
Will this site be useful to me in our future studies? YES! Should you go check it out also? ABSOLUTELY!

You can go here to register as a member for FREE. And, by becoming a member, you can receive 25% off your purchases for the entire month of May.

And -- when you become a member and place a banner on your website or blog, you receive 75 bookpoints which is equivalent to $5.00 toward a future purchase!**

If you would like to see how other Crew Members have liked the HSLB website, you can go here.

{Disclaimer: As a member of The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Crew, I was provided access to this website in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.}

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