[DWJ] question: where to get DWJ's older books?
marthahixon at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 22:39:09 EDT 2011
quality for individual booksellers does vary, but we've always gotten good
results from ones we've used via amazon.com, and also abebooks.com (but
then, we always order books in "like new" condition).
Bookcloseouts.com is a source of new remaindered books, and they've
currently got a few DWJ books listed for fairly cheap (mostly paperbacks).
Dr. Martha P. Hixon
Department of English
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
615-898-2599 / mhixon at mtsu.edu
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 8:40 PM, Isabel Yap <yap.isabel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear everyone,
> Hello! I have a question. With all the beautiful tributes to DWJ coming
> up, it has come to my attention that I am missing too many of DWJ's earlier
> books - The Ogre Downstairs, Power of Three, A Tale of Time City, and The
> Homeward Bounders are the most glaring discrepancies, although I've missed
> few others. (It pains me to admit this!) I've had to be creative to get
> hands on some of her other titles which haven't been republished recently
> the US recently. Too often I go to the bookstores and all they've got is
> Howl's Moving Castle and sometimes the Chrestomanci two-volume sets. Doing
> a quick Google/Amazon search turns up some sellers who have used copies of
> the books, but I'm wary of the quality.
> I think they've recently republished her books in the UK, but they somehow
> never reach shelves in the US. (It was hard to find them in the
> Philippines, too, where I'm really from - but I realize now that they had
> even more of her books there than here!) :( Can anyone recommend any
> online sellers/the best way to get these older DWJ books? Alternatively,
> has anyone ever used Amazon.co.uk to ship to North America?
> Responses would be greatly appreciated!
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