Favorite Jim Arnosky & Robert McClung Books

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  • Regan

    We are going through 106 Days of Creation next year and I want to add some additional living books.  I have heard great things about Jim Arnosky and Robert McClung  and would like to buy a few books to go with our studies.  What are your favorite books by these two authors?  Also, any tips for buying the best quality used books would be much appreciated.  Where do you find books in great condition and at a good price?  We have a large family and want to buy used out of print books that are still in very good condition.  Any other books that you would recommend that would fit in with this study, please feel free to share the titles with me.  Thanks in advance!



    Not aure about the authors, but I buy used books often. I buy the large majority of our books through ABE Books, it searches out many used book sellers and I rarely pay more than a couple dollars for books, but some go directly to the book dealers web pages because they have specials such as buying a certain number of books and getting one free.

    Almost all the books I buy are in good condition, but are old library books with labeling to match. That does not bother me, but does make it look like I forget to return library books, haha. Sometimes it is really fun, some books have the old library card in tact with names and dates listed. My kids think it is fun because new library books do not have cards.

    So far the books have arrived as descriptions stated, so if you read the descriptions you should be able to find books that match your needs. One time a book arrived with missing pages, I contacted the seller and was refunded very quickly. I have had great success with all the book sellers on ABE Books. I have even received books from over seas sellers with success.

    Our library continues to grow with hopes to pass down to my kids, as my mom passed down to my siblings and me.

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