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>> No. 6389 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 6:38 pm
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Where is the best place to donate used books? I figure the local Oxfam is probably overflowing with shit they can't sell. Libraries? Schools?
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>> No. 6390 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 6:41 pm
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>used books

Hedges.
>> No. 6391 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 6:43 pm
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>>6390
Depends on the content. I spent years looking in hedges for a copy of Enjoy Your Pigeons but all I ever found was porn.
>> No. 6392 Anonymous
2nd May 2016
Monday 7:48 pm
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>>6389

Donate your books to charity shops in university towns/cities, or find some book shops in said towns/cities and ask if they'll be interested in buying your old books. You'd normally get pretty good prices. Students love to read after all apparently.
>> No. 6393 Anonymous
3rd May 2016
Tuesday 12:15 am
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The big charities tend to deal with book donations centrally. Anything with significant resale value will be warehoused and listed on Amazon Marketplace and Abe. Books with limited value but broad appeal (Grisham, Mills & Boon etc) will get sent back to the shops, the rest will get pulped.

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