Wednesday, May 2, 2012

TOS Review: Homeschool Library Builder


"Homeschool Library Builder is co-owned by two veteran homeschool families dedicated to Christ-centered education. Our desire is to help homeschool families affordably collect books for their literary-based educational needs. We stock both new and used books found in popular literature-based homeschool curricula, as well as select titles to supplement your unit studies. Whether you're looking for educational or leisure, inspirational or reference, self-help, activity, or classic reading, we are committed to providing wholesome materials that will enrich the entire family." -HSLB

In exploring the Homeschool Library Builder website, I found some nice features:

The website is easy to navigate.
Each book is clearly rated for condition so that you know what you're getting.
You can search by category or reader's age.
You can search for vintage or hard-to-find books.  They'll even help you search for a book if you can't find it on their site.
You can search for books by the following curriculum:
With a free membership, they'll keep you updated on news, sales events, and special. You can also earn free books.

Check out what other TOS Crew members think about Homeschool Library Builder.
Disclaimer:  I received no compensation for this review as part of The Old Schoolhouse Review Crew.  This is an informational review.  I have not actually ordered anything from this company.

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