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Posted on the 12 April 2017 by Ruperttwind @RuperttWind
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As handy as ebooks and audio books are, old-fashioned bound books still have a few big advantages. You can take them everywhere, and they never run out of power. But for thrifty readers, the best perk of bound books is that they&rsquo re easy to find secondhand at really low prices.

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If your local library is part of a larger system, you can access any book in that system through inter-library loan. Here&rsquo s how it works: First, you ask the librarian for a book your local branch doesn&rsquo t have. Then, the librarian punches the title into a computer to search every other branch in the area&rsquo s library system.

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For example, my local library is a part of eLibraryNJ. When I&rsquo m looking for a book that my local branch doesn&rsquo t have, I search the eLibraryNJ site for it. If I find it, I log in to the site by entering the name of my local library branch, my library card number, and a PIN that I created when I signed up. Then I can download a copy of the book onto my computer or tablet.

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Speaking of ebooks, reading your books in digital form is another great way to save money. Search for any book on Amazon , and you&rsquo ll probably find that the Kindle edition (if one should exist) is cheaper than a printed paperback. For some larger books, the ebook is as little as half the price of the print version. Plus, ebooks don&rsquo t take up room on your bookshelves &ndash which, if they&rsquo re anything like mine, are already packed.

That 8767 s a good point, but the article was intended to discuss how to reduce the cost of books and magazines rather than how to get them for free. Even if you have to pay for gas to get to the library, the fact that the books can be loaned for free usually means that it 8767 s still cheaper than buying those books in a shop, especially if you 8767 re loaning lots of books.

Better still, you can find digital versions of many books online completely free. E-libraries are one major source, but even if your library doesn&rsquo t belong to one, there are plenty of other sites to download your daily book fix.

I definitely use the library to read books. I have also recently been looking out for special offers on Amazon for nearly free magazines and have scored a few great deals!

This option is only possible thanks to a lot of local volunteers. I have volunteered at my local library for a while now. And one of the benefits is that I get to be first in line when new releases are available. And also while checking in books, I can also discover new books to read. :)

Even though books may seem safe in our backpacks and briefcases, paperbacks are frequently damaged as they clash against stationary, hardcovers, and binders, among other things. Pages get bent, covers are scratched, or other things in our bags find their way between the pages and weaken the book s spine.

Once you start hunting for ebooks online, it&rsquo s amazing how many sources you can come up with. Here are just a few of the places you can download ebooks at little or no cost:

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