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Grrr what have they done to the Book People website?

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edam Thu 05-Jul-07 18:27:36

Oh noooooo it has all changed, I can't see what the books are like any more! I was going to order some new books for ds's birthday but am not spending unless I can do the online version of leafing through the pages. I'm sure you could look at a sample page last time I went there. Not now. <<grumpy emoticon>>

http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_10001_10051_62558_100_10007_10006_c ategory_ see what I mean?

domesticgrumpess Thu 05-Jul-07 20:05:09

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edam Thu 05-Jul-07 20:05:41

is it just me, then? Come on out, I know other MNers use them!

edam Thu 05-Jul-07 20:06:45

Ooh hello, cross-posted. That does sound nasty.

hana Thu 05-Jul-07 20:07:53

I don't flick through the catalogue on lijne, I just click on their links, and go through each page

some good deals on the usborne 1001 pirate/fairy things to spot (2.99)

but never never pay for postage for the bookpeople! check out http://www.moneysavingexpert.co. there are often free codes for p&p posted in the forum

domesticgrumpess Thu 05-Jul-07 20:08:15

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edam Thu 05-Jul-07 20:11:51

thanks for the tip re. postage, hana. But what do you mean re. links?

DG, low prices probably mean something v. dodgy going on. Maybe they are laundering money for the Mafia. Or all the lift the flap books are made by child slaves in somewhere very remote I can't spell.

hana Thu 05-Jul-07 23:36:54

i mean ojn the left hand side of the website they have all their groupoings - and then however many pages for each one, and I methodically go torugh eahc 'page'

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