May 042012
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I have never met a homeschooler who didn’t love books. And most of us have quite a collection. It seems that homeschoolers love library book sales, used curriculum sales, and on-line bookstores. Visit a homeschooling forum and it won’t be long before the topic of bookcases is brought up. We have at least 1 bookcase in every room in our home except the kitchen and the bathrooms. Building a home library is important to many homeschoolers.

I would like to share with you about  a super website that is a combination library sale, used-curriculum sale, and on-line bookstore! Homeschool Library Builder offers new and used books at discounted prices. The website is easy to use and divided into convenient categories. You can search for books by age, geographical, or curriculum. They’ve also grouped books by topic like science or classic literature. There is even a used curriculum section.

For the month of May, everything is 25% off! They also offer a special membership program that allows you to earn book points for all your purchases and your referrals.

Homeschool Library Builder offers great books, great discounts, and you can even shop in your pajamas. Because everyone knows that homeschoolers like to wear pajamas all day.

Disclosure: As a member of the Homeschool Crew, I was asked to share this site with my blog readers. I was not compensated for this review. You can read other reviews at

By the way, my stereo-typing of homeschoolers was meant to be humorous. If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that you can’t make a general statement about all homeschoolers! I do not own a denim jumper and I don’t homeschool in my pajamas. (at least not often!)


By Kristen H.
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  One Response to “Homeschool Library Builder”

  1. First, I love your disclaimer, so funny. But I’m checking out this site. Even though we are nearing the end of our homeschooling journey, we still like books. Any site that sells them cheaply I will definitely check out. Thanks. :)

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