I’m a book addict. I admit it.
I’m on a self-imposed book diet at the moment; no books unless we *really need them for school* until AFTER we get everything unpacked. (It’s been slow going – for homeschoolers, we sure haven’t been home much this spring!)
I’m tempted, though. Come a little closer and I’ll whisper you the secret… wouldn’t want anyone to catch on that I’m thinking about falling off the [book]wagon. Somebody reminded me about a bookseller… nothing quite like dangling it in front of me!
Where to find your book fix
Hop on over to Homeschool Library Builder, where they specialize in filling your shelves without emptying your wallet. During the month of May, all items are 25% off – a fantastic savings!
How to find books
In addition to themed categories and general searching, Homeschool Library Builder also offers the ability to search by age level, geographic area, or the curriculum the book with be used with. Curricula references include Ambleside, Beautiful Feet, Five In A Row, Heart of Dakota, Sonlight, and Tapestry of Grace.
There’s even a category for hard-to-find and vintage books. But should a recommended book prove particularly elusive, don’t hesitate to contact them for help; they’re happy to search for a hard-to-find treasure, at no extra cost to you.
Join for Free Membership
Homeschool Library Builder also offers a free membership. The best part of this membership is that it allows you- and Homeschool Library Builder – to keep track of Book Points that you earn. For every dollar spent at Homeschool Library Builder, you earn one book point – and every 15 book points is worth $1 off your next order!
One thing I should mention – I haven’t personally ordered from them. I’ve seen their prices, I’ve read online mentions of excellent service, and I’ve meant to order from them a time or ten. Even if you’re not in the market for books today, I strongly urge you to sign up for their newsletter so that you’ll receive notification of future sales.
Homeschool Library Builder is owned and operated by fellow homeschool families, and they’re dedicated to providing both new and used materials at affordable prices. They also provide a link “homeschool marketplace” for fellow homeschool businesses.
To see what other Crew members had to say (yes, some of them *have* purchased from HSLB before), check out the links on the TOS Homeschool Crew blog post, Homeschool Library Builder.
**Disclaimer – As part of The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Crew, I was asked to review this website, their current sale, and the free membership, but I did not receive any compensation or product.**