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If I only need to get one or two titles, is there any difference between the two? It seems like only YC is on amazon, but HH has a nicer print format if I wanted to do that? Is that about it?Mysterious Lady in PinkParticipant
I’m not sure if YC does this, but HH comes in all 3 formats (PDF. ePub for Nook or iPad/iPod, and Kindle version) for one purchase price. The covers of HH show up consistently prettier than YC on my Kindle…not sure why, but I like a pretty cover when possible. 🙂
I look forward to other responses on this, though, as there are probably better answers out there.
Ditto Lady in Pink. I think that HH gives you more options for your money.
Yes it does.
They are also having a buy one set of books ($19.99-$24.99), get the Early American set free. It contains over 60 living ebooks divided into topics and ages.
Here is the thread with the link if you want to check it out:
Their site has all the info about what it contains, how it fits into other curriculums (like AO, although I think they are great for SCM too), and how they divided the books for their recommendations, etc. It is pretty straightforward. Look at the History curriculums and library links to see what they contain.
So that is about what I got from their websites. I think I would rather do HH but we have such a crazy hard time getting our Kindle to be recognized on our computer that I’m nervous I’ll order from HH and not be able to get the books onto it. Ugh.
Or, wait. Can’t I email myself a book to my Kindle? Off to check this out…Wings2flyParticipant
You can email your kindle, though I’m not exactly sure how or what address to email to.
Are the titles of HH and YC books mostly the same?suzukimomParticipant
There are a lot of different books in HH and YC – but there is some overlap.
When you buy YC you buy one type (Kindle of EPUB), but you can then email to ask for the other type. I don’t think they have PDF though.
Yes, you can email your Kindle. You can find the address on the amazon site in your account on the manage your kindle page. You will want to use the “free” one and receive it through the WiFi (not through 3G if you have the 3G models) or there could be a cost.
Heritage History has many more than YC per era/culture that they cover, plus more study aids like maps and timelines, suggested reading tracking pages, etc.apsewsMember
If you have a online email such as Hotmail or yahoo you can send it to yourself through that email program and then open it on the Kindle(I think that should work anyway,lol).
I figured out the email thing. I actually did it with Letters from Egypt last year but had forgotten how. So now I’m all set when we get to those books. 🙂
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