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Thread: ablebooks quilting website

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    Hi out theredoes anyone out there know how i can go to ablebooks website just for quilting books if i get there tonight i think i may get off the computer, by the way there are 2 people that is in critical condition tonight from the tornado, that city was 5 miles from where i live, i became very scared one tornado was within 3 miles from where we liv and it weaken and didn't touch down i was home with my 2 dogs my husb. was still at work his work has a storm shelther me and my pets only had a closet. We are use to tornadoes in Oklahoma it just came early this time they usual began the last of April thru first or middle part of June some of the homes is a total disaster most of the damage was done in North West of Okla.city and i live in the nw area, this is just the beginning 1500 people is without power we had 3 tornadoes just in okla. city the wind was a 120 miles per hour. please pray for our state and city.I usual go the church shelter but i didn't have time to get out the wind was to high some semi trucks was turning over and cars was thrown everywhere, 2 people was killed in another city in oklahoma.if you know how i can get to this site will you please write.Willyou all keep our state in your Prayers. Love all of you

    Annette

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    I know of a site that lists books for sale; out of print etc. Is this the one you meant? http://www.abebooks.com/


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    Here is what I did. I went to their home page. I entered E. Burns name and cot the following page.

    http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchResults?sts=t&an=Eleanor+Burns&y=9&x=74

    Then I used the empty search box and put in "quilt books" and that opened a selection of books they have available.

    I also use this method with www.half.com which is my favorite place to buy books. When all else fails I use Abebooks, Alibris and then Bookfinders

    Or you can do a search and "google" used books.

    I hope you find what you are looking for.

    I believe many prayers are being said for your state in the wake of that terrible storm. Peace be with you.

    June

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    Hi June thank you for the ablebook website & the other web site. I would like to thank all of you out there for the Prayers and thoughts during our storm yesterday, I thank God we're still here, it only raining today.Love all of you all out there.

    Annette

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    Hi Igem thank you this is the one Annette

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    Please be careful if you type in that name. It is ABE not ABLE....
    you will not be able to locate it if is misspelled.

    June

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    Suz
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    When I am looking for a used or out-of-print quilting book, I always go to Amazon.com. They list for themselves as well as other distributors and the $ listed for each in new or used condition. I am sure I have seen Abe books there. Suzanne

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