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[OP]
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Apr 29, 2014
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Cheap Children books

Hi all,

Do you know where I can get cheap children books?
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Dollarama has them and I am sure most used bookstores are filled with them, too.
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The Samko and Miko Toy warehouse in Richmond Hill (going on March 9 - end of March break) has a huge selection of new children's books from $1.

I usually buy a bunch from there at the lowest price points for my baby
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Check thrift stores for gently used. Yard sales in the summer. Some libraries clear out books as well.

For new, Book outlet when they have a really good sale, it can counteract their shipping price. Also check out the scratch and dent area.

http://bookoutlet.ca/
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Aug 5, 2008
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Sometimes Winners will have them on clearance.
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Jan 2, 2015
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In order of somewhat cheapest....

Library
Garage sales
Thrift or second hand stores
Won era
Costco(for more recent)
Scholastics.

My kids read through so many books, we also got them an ereader to get free downloads.
On a 'smart' device that isn't always so smart. So please forgive the autocorrects and typos.
[OP]
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Apr 29, 2014
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Thank you everyone.. I will check Samko this weekend
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I don't recommend buy used book for children. You don't know who read it and how many virus there
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Didi_beee wrote:
Feb 27th, 2017 10:54 pm
The Samko and Miko Toy warehouse in Richmond Hill (going on March 9 - end of March break) has a huge selection of new children's books from $1.

I usually buy a bunch from there at the lowest price points for my baby
I bought tons of books over the years from Samko. I just checked their site and they have online shopping too.
https://samkoandmikotoywarehouse.com/
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Library is the best source unless you're talking about activity books.
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[OP]
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I would rather buy because my son is 25 months old and only speaks 2 words. I started speaking closer to 3 years old and I'm just trying everything with him.
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