Scholastic Ebooks from $0.79!

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abu5692 Apr 01, 2012
what a great book.Nice find
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praveensapkota Mar 26, 2012
this is cheap
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themoneyman1113 Mar 26, 2012
Reminds me of my school days when my Dad would say one book and I would choose 5, lol. Nice find!
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blackfoot Mar 26, 2012
Good deal on kids books. I used to buy from them at school book fairs.
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dvinegrace83 Mar 26, 2012
takes me back to book orders! such a great deal, and giving books as treats and prizes to kids is a great way to instill a love of reading in your kids. definitely worth a browse! thanks
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arsiel Mar 26, 2012
I guess times really are changing... I never thought I'd know what it mean to feel old. I remember buying Scholastic books at book fairs in elementary school. They certainly weren't $0.79/each
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sweetangelxxo Mar 26, 2012
I always buy from Scholastics!!! Great find ty
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FibroMom Mar 26, 2012
Perfect for my Grandson! Thank you SO much for the AWESOME FIND! :)
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glwrks Mar 26, 2012
There's many work books available, which can be helpful to "catch up" or not lose what they've learned during vacation or lengthy illness recovery times.
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poe601 Mar 26, 2012
Awesome post, great prices for great books!
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rockinnrolla Mar 26, 2012
WOW such good prices on books!
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EzzyLovesToSave Mar 26, 2012
A kid can never have too many books!...and Scholastic chooses the best of the best!:)
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MrBklynW Mar 26, 2012
definitely... i don't have kids yet but seems i'm going to have to buy a some kind of tablet for my kid when i do.
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EzzyLovesToSave Mar 26, 2012
The 3 year old grandson can use an ipad better than I can!
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MrBklynW Mar 26, 2012
lols that must be adorable...kids are so lucky these days...all i had was a crayon and paper=P
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maven3 Mar 26, 2012
It is amazing how fast they learn to use electronics. My 22 month old truly knows how to use my android tablet. He navigates between games & home screens, plays different games, books, draws, experiments with settings and other programs, etc. He's gotten into a few hidden settings that took even me a while to figure out how to change back. Thank goodness for passwords to disable in-app purchasing. It's kind of scary, but I have a hard time stopping him as I also have an inquisitive mind and it's sort of fun seeing how much he can do.
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