Paula, Here is a frugal idea for your blog: check out PaperBackSwap.com. As a homeschooler, I have a ton of precious books. Swapping makes me feel like the books are getting a good home and I get credit to spend trying out new authors or series--and I have found a few out-of-print gems that I couldn't get elsewhere.The claim is that the books are free, and that is true. The only expense is postage for shipping your books to those who request them. Average cost is under $2.50. I choose the option to print the postage onto the mailing label. Easy as that--I wrap up the book and drop it in a mail box.
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