Friday, March 19, 2010

Homeschool Library Builder

If you have been a subscriber to my site for any length of time you know how much I love books. My husband picks on me and asks if I am going to find a way to hang them from the ceiling. I tell him, 'Don't tempt me!'
Seriously, if you are a homeschooling mom you probably love books like I do. My goal is to have a serious library in my own home. But we all know, books can be expensive. Homeschool Library Builder might be able to help us with that problem.
Homeschool Library Builder was created by 2 homeschool moms who each have four children, ranging in ages from 10-21 years. They both have a desire to help fellow homeschool parents and offer a user-friendly website geared toward serving homeschoolers and others who use excellent literature to educate. Here is what they offer.
-Books: new and gently used books for all ages at affordable prices, giving others an opportunity to build their own home library. They stock titles used in literature-based curricula (Sonlight, Tapestry of Grace, Ambleside, Five in a Row, Beautiful Feet, and others) as well as those useful for unit studies for all interests and grade levels.
-Book Search: If a customer needs an out-of-stock book or a title not carried, we are happy to search for it.
Product Marketing:  For a small company like HSLB or others who want to launch a newly-created product or service, purchasing ad space in magazines or on the internet oftentimes just isn’t an option. The HSLB Market Place offers the opportunity to get the word out about a “homegrown” product or service through their website as well as their monthly online newsletter. This is a free service offered to  HSLB members.

 - Frequent Buyer Program: When a customer becomes an HSLB member (free of charge, of course!) they offer incentive programs through a book points program. Fifteen book points equals one dollar for use toward future purchases. These points never expire. Points can be earned a number of ways:
1. Purchasing Books (one book point is earned for every dollar spent on books)
2. Referring friends to HSLB (so when you go to sign up please say onceuponaqpon referred you! HINT! HINT!)
3. Linking HSLB’s Website from the Customer’s Website or Blog

I personally always go to a site's clearance section first. Let me just say, Wow! Prices as low as 75 cents.
Plus, remember you earn points for every dollar spent! In fact, I just saw a book I need to purchase for our church's Kids Kamp this year about David and Goliath.

As a member of the TOS Crew, I received no compensation for reviewing this product.

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