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I’ve been looking intently at the guide for module 1, and I must say it looks GREAT! However I’m having trouble locating some of the books required. Where is a good site to buy?
Thanks in advanceShannaParticipant
If you go to the bookfinder and type in the book it will give you a link to Amazon. You can also try PaperbackSwap and Half.com.the9clarksParticipant
I’ve had the same problem! I have a lot of excellent libraries and none of them have any of the books.ReneParticipant
I’ve only found *one* book from the guide through my libraries inter-loan system. Here is where I usually go to buy books:
half.com (and ebay – they are tied together)
I mainly check these three (4 actually) before making a decision. Most of the time I buy used, but sometimes new is actually a better option – especially with Amazon when you can get free shipping if you spend $25.
When you get down to it, you don’t need all the books to get started. If your children are in grades 1-6 you only need 2 books in addition to the guide and the bible for the first 12 weeks. That gives you 3 months to began gathering the books needed for the second term.
The True Story of Noah can be gotten for about $7 or $8 ppd but most that I looked at used did not include the cd. I found it on half.com for about $11 ppd and it did have the cd so I got that one. I’m guessing the cd is not totally necessary though.Sonya ShaferModerator
Thanks for this feedback, everybody! I’m making notes now for updating and revising the Genesis through Deuteronomy handbook. So please let me know your thoughts as you go through it.
I definitely want to add more of the pre-reading review instructions and end of term exams, like I’ve put in the Joshua through Malachi handbook (and am putting in the Matthew through Acts handbook). And if some of the recommended books are no longer available, I’ll try to find replacements.
I also found a wonderful geography book last summer to go with the Genesis through Deuteronomy study. We’re in the process of typing it and proofreading it so we can make it available to everybody. Hopefully, it will be ready to go this spring. (You’re going to love this book!) Don’t worry, it will be easy to add to the handbook, for those of you who already have those lessons. 🙂
So all that to say, your comments and ideas are valuable and will help make the handbook even better in the future!
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