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Can anyone recommend a good value book club that doesn't hold you like the mafia and force you to buy hundreds of books per year

(15 Posts)
CrushWithEyeliner Wed 20-Aug-08 20:15:10

I am keen to expand DDs (20m) book collection

Ta all

ladytophamhatt Wed 20-Aug-08 20:16:36

red house andf book people are great and you only buy what books you want.

PuppyMonkey Wed 20-Aug-08 20:17:15

The library?

ladytophamhatt Wed 20-Aug-08 20:17:30

what you want and when you want....they never do any managers special and al that tatt.

TheRealMrsOsborne Wed 20-Aug-08 20:18:17

I second red house - really good?

LIZS Wed 20-Aug-08 20:18:35

The Book People - no commitment and good choice.

TheRealMrsOsborne Wed 20-Aug-08 20:18:57

No! - they are really good blush

LIZS Wed 20-Aug-08 20:20:53

Red House

ladytophamhatt Wed 20-Aug-08 20:35:28

red house and book people are all the same company....

janeite Wed 20-Aug-08 20:45:16

The Book People are brilliant. But I agree with PuppyMonkey that you should check things out at the library first.

CrushWithEyeliner Wed 20-Aug-08 22:12:52

thank you all - yes I do use the library but should more you are right x

dilemma456 Mon 25-Aug-08 12:11:19

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pigleto Mon 25-Aug-08 12:13:26

If you through quidco for the bookpeople you get cashback on top.

serin Mon 25-Aug-08 18:59:14

We use our local charity shop like a library, buy books then take them back.

It stops the house getting even more full of clutter.

n5rje Tue 26-Aug-08 12:51:09

Scholastic Books are good but I think you can only do it via school/nursery/playgroup, I don't think individuals can order but it might be worth seeing if your local playgroup run a club. There's no obligation to buy and they do some really good reductions especially on boxed sets.

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