If you have old textbooks that you no longer need or want, a popular option is to sell them. Some people also use them to make unique furniture or decor. More »

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The worth of used textbooks depends on how much they sell for on the open market, their edition and condition. Common buyback sites include Amazon.com, Half.com, TextbookX.com and Textbooks.com. These sites are alternati... More »

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Some bookstores that buy used textbooks are Barnes & Noble, TextbookRush and Powell's City of Books. There are different ways to sell textbooks, including going to the websites of these book dealers or in some cases taki... More »

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Recycling old textbooks can help future students get them at a cheaper prices, clear space for you, raise funds for charity or make them available to educational systems with lesser resources. This environmentally friend... More »

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Popular social studies textbooks include "World History: Ancient Civilizations through the Renaissance" and "United States History" by the publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. For adults, a few popular social studies boo... More »

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Macmillan/Mcgraw-Hill and Harcourt School Publishers are two reputable places to find fourth-grade textbooks online. Another place is a website called Eduplace.com. These three sites are only useful if you have a usernam... More »

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Many textbooks come out with a new edition about every one to three years. The actual rate with which publishers release new editions largely depends on changes and advances in the field of study in question. More »

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