Variety from Library and Ed

The following is a review of a selection of books and resources from Library and Educational Services LLC with the TOS Homeschool Review Crew. 

This link to Library and Educational Services LLC will take you to a page where you can create your own account with them. It also shows one of their current sales which just happens to be the Who Is books mentioned below. We picked what we got to review! Each reviewer chose three specific things and had the option to make additional purchases with free shipping. One specific title from The Who Was series, we chose What is the Statue of Liberty? Our Lifehouse Theater cd selection was The Emperor’s New Clothes. Given the option to select anything from their vast selection of Reinforced Hardcover Library Binding Nonfiction Books, we chose two sets: The Rosen Comprehensive Dictionary, Set of Four, and Famous Court Cases, Set of Five. I also purchased some fiction books and even a game that our family loves to play.  
Library and Educational Services is a wholesaler of books, CDs, and DVDs. We have been selling primarily to Christian schools, churches, specialty stores and resellers for over 40 years. We specialize in materials for children. All of our prices are 30% to 70% (or even more) off publishers' list prices every day. We give homeschools the same discount other schools receive. We carefully review all items we carry so that they are not contrary to Biblical standards and values.”

The math, chemistry, physics, and biology books on the left of the box below are the 
Rosen dictionaries. Each one is filled with definitions about that particular topic. 

We have heard it called “box day.” As reviewers, that excitement happens each time we receive a new review, each time uniquely special. Library and Ed is a company we have turned to over and over since our first review. For new books, it is hard to find a better price. 

Even though they always offer great prices, after creating a free account online, you get emails about sales and closeouts. Several of the clearance books I added to my order were only 22 cents! 
“We are introducing our reinforced hardcover library binding nonfiction book series. We usually have between 200 and 300 nonfiction book series in stock, all have reinforced library binding, and all are priced at the same price as many paperbacks.” 
My son became interested in law books several years ago. When another reviewer mentioned the famous court cases set and that it included a specific case that a friend encouraged us to read about, I added that set to our order. After receiving it I learned that each of those cases have been made into movies, so we’ve added more to our watch list. These books have a unique style of presenting these historical cases. 


This shows how we search the website. Once I opened the reinforced library binding hardcover section, I further narrowed our search by specifying tenth grade. These pictures also show you what a huge savings this website offers.  

We enjoy audio dramas, so I was delighted to learn about   Lifehouse Theater’s selections. I picked a story that was a favorite from my own childhood. After listening, I wondered
 if this story contributed to my early political views. 

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1 comment:

  1. Oh, wow! Now I'm wishing we'd gotten the Rosen Comprehensive Dictionary! Those look like thick books! And just now, when Steven saw the Math volume, he drooled. ;) Maybe with some of my babysitting money… ;)


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