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Anyone in Your Home Heading Back to College?

Hey neighbors!

We have been enjoying having my son home a little more this last two weeks.  He has had a small break from college, and is now planning going back.  He has spent time online deciding which
classes to take this semester.  Next stop, picking up books.  Speaking of books, how many of you have heard of  If anyone in your home is headed back to college, you might want to stop by and see what they have to offer.

Campus Book Rentals provides you the opportunity to rent books instead of purchasing them.  When you rent your books through you receive them for a fraction of the cost of purchasing them, and you can return them when the semester is over.  You can save 40-90% and shipping is free, both ways.  You are even allowed to highlight passages in the textbooks.  Campus Book Rentals is a wise choice for college bound students. donates a portion of each book rental to Operation Smile.  Operation Smile is an international children's medical charity that helps children with cleft lip and cleft palate in low and middle income families.  So with each rental you will be giving to Operation Smile.

Last of all, I would like to mention another program they have called,  If you have already purchased textbooks, will assist you with renting out your textbooks, so you can receive a portion of your funds back.  You can make more through this program then you would by allowing them to buy back your books.  

So, if you are looking for books for your classes, or you have books to rent out, be sure to check out both of the sites.  I sure am going to miss my son as he heads back to classes,  between work and school he will be gone quite a bit.

Thanks for stopping by!  See you soon!


Marti Tabora said…
Both of these sites seem like a great option, I;m going to share this information with my friend who has a son going to college.

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