"Where do you sell your used homeschool books?" That is the second most commonly asked homeschooling question I get asked by friends and other home schoolers. I'll share the number one question at the end, so keep reading.
Just recently, I got into a discussion about selling used home school curriculum with two friends while waiting for my children to finish their music lessons. These questions increase when the weather becomes warmer during spring and summer months.
You could do an Internet search for various sites to sell your homeschool curriculum. However, some specific places that have worked well for me include:
The Internet is a terrific place to sell your used home school books because of the vast exposure. But if you prefer, there are other choices, too.
Most of all, have integrity in your used books transactions. Make sure the items are clean and free of marks or be sure to disclose that information to potential buyers. Be diligent to send the books quickly after receiving their check, money order or PayPal funds.
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