How to Get Cheap Kids Books

Do you wonder how to get cheap kids books?

Well if you do I have 5 top tips for you today that i think might be helpful. 



How to Get Cheap Kids Books

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How to Get Cheap Kids Books

Join your library 

Gosh they are the most wonderful of places . I grea up in a family that had little money but a huge love of books and I always had a library book on the go. Such a good way to recycle too and one of the very best of our public services. i always find libraries relax kids to and oh they offer them so much choice. If you are not a member sign up immediately! 


Head to a second hand shop for How to get Cheap Kids Books

Every half term I treat my kids to a new cache of books form our local Oxfam bookshop.

They get SO MANY for a really great price and they know they are supporting a brilliant charity and recycling too. It is always a win at the Oxfam bookshop. If you don’t have one  near you try any charity shop they pretty much all have a good collection of kids books.


Get Cheap Kids Books

How to Get Cheap Kids Books


How to Get Cheap Kids Books – Ask

Put a little message out in your local facebook group asking if any one has any kids books you could take off their hands or ask relatives or friends with older kids. People are usually very happy to pass them on


Car boot sales

The most fun place ever to get cheap anything. As soon as the world starts to open up again get yourself down a car boot there are always tons and tons of cheap kids books


How to Get Cheap Kids Books


Used off Amazon is How to Get Cheap Kids Books

Don’t be a book snob – always check out the used books on Amazon before buying new form very good to like new I have never ever had a quality problem. It is c daft to spend money you don’t need to when you can get cheap kids books so easily. 


So there you go reading is fabulous. It is important. It kickstarts learning, it increases empathy and it entertains. It opens up new worlds and it one of the best things ever we can introduce to our kids too  and it really does not have to be expensive! 


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