Friday, May 4, 2012

Homeschool Library Builder - A Review

Do you homeschool?  Do you love books?  Would you like to expand your home library?  Maybe you have been searching for a classic or hard-to-find book.  Julie Huffman and Gayla Weatherford have the answer for you.

The answer is Homeschool Library Builder.  The name of the company really says it all.  If you would like to "fill your bookshelves without emptying your wallet", this is a good place to start.

Trying to get a bargain on the living books you need for your curriculum?  HSLB allows you to search by curriculum for Beautiful Feet, Five in a Row, and others.

Maybe you are studying the Arctic Ocean.  HSLB lets you search by region.  

This search feature is very helpful and time efficient.  Books are sorted by age, vintage, holidays, science, etc.  Maybe you aren't even looking for a certain title, just a certain topic.  This is yet another way that the search features come in handy.

Stop right now and go sign up to start receiving their newsletter.  You will be "in the know" when HSLB has some of their great sales and specials.  For example, for the month of May, all items are 25%.  This is on top of the already great prices.  Sometimes they have "bargain bins" with items as low as $1.

Month of May Sale - 25% off all items

HSLB also has a some cool member benefits, including the Book Points Membership Rewards Program and the Share the Savings Program.  Both are great ways to earn points towards $$ off your purchases.

As an example of their great prices, here is a book about George Washington for only $0.99.  Since limited quantities are available, they may sell without notice.

George Washington, Quiet Hero - $0.99
And as a reminder for the month of May, all items are 25% off.  That is 25% off of their already low prices.

Month of May Sale - 25% off all items

Read more reviews here.

Disclaimer: I was asked to review this website as part of the TOS Homeschool Crew. No compensation was received. The above is just my opinion. Please remember that opinions may, and do, vary.

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