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    Default Book to rent/sell

    Okay, does anyone have the Photography 8th edition book that they would be willing to rent me for a couple months? Or that they want to sell? I found them on Amazon.com for $75. Can anyone beat that?
    Lori Clapp
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    Lori - Back in the stone ages - when I was reading it for CPP - I got the book through an interlibraray loan - never bought it. Check with your local library and if they don't have it - they might be able to get it for you. Also - if you know a college student - sometimes they can get it at a student discount.- just a couple ideas.

    Holly
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    Lori, just posted on the other thread...but anyways, check out this comparison site:

    http://www.bestwebbuys.com/0131896091

    Looks like there's on on ebay for $40 and textbooks.com for $60. (depending on which vendor you choose, make sure you're comfortable with their service/ customer satisfaction ratings )
    Betsy Finn, Cr.Photog., CPP
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    Thanks Betsy - I only saw one on e-bay and it was $95! I'll check it again.
    Lori Clapp
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    Default oh, this is spooky...

    As I read Lori's question, I prepared to suggest interlibrary loan...and then I read Holly's response. Smart lady...

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    Hi Lori;

    That is a good idea Holly gave you. I get books from my local library and if they don't have a book I want I go on the net to the web site for all area libraries to look for it. Call your town's library for the web site.

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    Lori, do want to borrow mine--I bought it and decided not to go for the CPP.
    Auralee

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    I've got one too. I also have a couple of other CPP recommended books that they listed. I can seel you the whole kitnkaboodle!

    Karen Linsley, Cr.Photog., CPP
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    Default Example of a library site

    Hi group;

    It seems like finding a book has been taken care of ok. But for future book needs ... I'm posting the path to our county library system as an example. Just look for something similar where you live. Take note of the drop down menu where the person looking can select which town library to check for a book.

    http://www.lclibs.org/palmyra/index.php

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