I would have to say the majority of my books come from the library as we just don't have the cash to go out and buy books. I love to read, but to own all the books I read would be crazy. (You wouldn't know I read lots of books the way my challenges this summer have been going, oh well) Besides, we wouldn't have the room to store them. I figure they will most likely be at the library if I want to read them again.Where do you buy / get most of your books?
I do, however, find books at the thrift shop occasionally. Sometimes I purchase them for the church library, other times they are for me. Can't go wrong at 10-25 cents a piece. Of course these are all older books. But I have found some great classics this way, great for the homeschool book shelves.
My 3rd source of books, which is only just starting up, is getting them through book review offers from publishers, like Book Sneeze and Bethany House. Once again, they may end up in the church library though.
Now for Teaser Tuesday. This book was found at the library in town (I usually go to the one in the nearby town because it is bigger and their interlibrary loan program and the availability of their books is so much better) It is an intriguing new young adult book called Time Riders by Alex Scarrow. I love time travel books and movies, so I picked it up and I have to tell you, I have had a hard time putting it down.
page 122 "Foster nodded. 'Tonight is special,' he said. 'I always think of this evening as the last one of the "old" New York."