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1kingcvcnc
Nov 1, 2006, 12:54pm Top

Came upon another booksite a bit ago: The Scholar's Bookshelf (http://www.scholarsbookshelf.com) and innocently request their next catalogues of Literature, History, & Military History. Came in the mail yesterday those 3: Literature (850 titles), History (1,700), Military History (1,400)!!! Even assuming 10-15% title duplication, that's one heck of a lot of books. They're in Cranbury, NJ and shipping is based on the dollar amount of your order. They also have other catalogues avaialable. Most prices are discounted and sales items are cheap. Might be interesting for anyone needing another source. Feel free to spread the word if you want. And, no, I have no ownership interest there.

2KCGordon First Message
Nov 18, 2006, 5:00pm Top

A good source that I have found is the Wake County Libraries book sale. Tomorrow books will be on sale for $2 a bag or $5 a box. Sorry for the late notice as tomorrow is the last day.

3Dragonfly
Dec 24, 2006, 12:47pm Top

Wonderland Books on 321 in Hickory is currently having a huge sale. I understand it's to make room for new stock and I can see that they need the room. The place is crammed! This is a used book store and they have mostly reading copies. See http://www.biblio.com/bookstores/Wonderland_Books.html

4varielle
May 2, 2007, 12:16pm Top

According to their newsletter Wonderland is currently for sale if anyone's interested in the used book business. I'm still too far from retirement to consider it.

5freddybo1 First Message
May 12, 2007, 2:46am Top

I use the Salvation Army, Kidney Foundation, and Goodwill stores for great book bargains. You may be surprised by what you find and the very cheap price you pay for used books, many are which of good to excellent quality. These are great resources.

6SusieBookworm
Oct 21, 2007, 11:18am Top

North State Books in Lincolnton!!!!!

7SusieBookworm
Jan 27, 2008, 7:55am Top

There's also the Wall St. Book Exchange in Waynesville and the Book Ex in Durham.

8whynuts2
Oct 7, 2010, 8:31pm Top

Edward McKay books has interesting collections of used books in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh and Fayetteville. The W-S store is the one nearest me, and I visit frequently for US history and Classical CDs. The Greensboro store is larger, but I've only been there once. I've also visited the Raleigh store which is also larger than the W-S store. Haven't seen the Fayetteville store.

9nctwila
Oct 28, 2010, 8:06pm Top

#7 - you are so right Susie!! Matt always makes reading suggestions for me!!

10M.Birostris
Feb 12, 2011, 8:44am Top

The annual Wake County library sale is usually a good bet. Feb. 17-20, 2011 at NC state fairgrounds.

http://www.wakegov.com/libraries/events/booksale/default.htm

11JaneAustenNut
Mar 17, 2011, 9:32pm Top

Edward McKay books just remodeled the Winston-Salem store. I love browsing through used book stores! Also, love browsing old books through used book sites on the net.

12macart3
May 6, 2011, 7:32pm Top

Cumberland County libraries is having their Friends of the Library sale soon. Here's the link to the website: http://ccplbulletins.blogspot.com/2011/05/book-sales-coming-soon.html.

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