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Thread: Elm Creek Novels

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    Where can I buy these books.

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    Amazon.com! But try the library first!

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    I got the whole series from amazon.

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    I am going to check my library, I want to read them too!

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    Barnes and Noble. And, there are a few that have been compiled into one big book...like with 3 of the books in it.

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    They are so popular. My library only carries a few. And the used book stores carry them . This is a wonderful authur. Enjoy. It will make you want to make all the quilts to go along with them. There is a Elm Creek Quilt book too. Happy reading.

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    Really?? I have a small library too, so I better call ahead and see first!

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    I went to ablis used books ... same as amazon.. but even getting them say for 99 cents each the shipping is sooooooooo out of place! I found one yesterday at goodwill .. the new years quilt... I too would like to acquire them and may over time.

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    Used book stores is where I found mine.

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    If any of you have a Kindle they are available as Kindle books too! That's how I got mine instantly without having to wait or go anywhere.

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    You can register to get them for free on www.paperbackswap.com

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    I'm reading these books too. The local library has them. My daughter studied at Penn State and we stayed in State College for 3 months.

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    I want my Sister to take me up to Madison to the Half price bookstore, maybe they would have them.

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    I just finished the 9th one from our library. Love them.

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    I have read all the books so far. If your library does not have them they can get them for you! Just get with the librarian and she can print out the list of books and get them for you. Usually they order 3 at a time. They borrow them from other libraries for you!!! It's a sweet deal!!

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    I buy them used on Amazon or ebay, but found 5 at a yard sale for 50 cents each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candlequilter
    If any of you have a Kindle they are available as Kindle books too! That's how I got mine instantly without having to wait or go anywhere.
    Right on!!! I Love my Kindle!!

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    I buy mine used online from Better World Books or Half Price Books.

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    I just ordered the whole series - I am working on the 4th book - loving them.

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    I've gotten most of mine at the library and the fill ins in garage sales or goodwill. I've even gotten recorded versions from the library. Nice to listen to in the car. Or maybe when quilting!

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    Got mine at the Library but I keep an eye open for them at yard sales, etc. They are keepers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneygirl
    You can register to get them for free on www.paperbackswap.com
    I've never had any luck finding them on paperbackswap. You can find used ones on Amazon and there are usually some on Ebay as well.

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    I got all of them from the library. They are fun. Read them in the order she wrote them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherylb
    I have read all the books so far. If your library does not have them they can get them for you! Just get with the librarian and she can print out the list of books and get them for you. Usually they order 3 at a time. They borrow them from other libraries for you!!! It's a sweet deal!!
    Yes, that's how I get my Catherine Cookson books. Three at a time/

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    I have Elm Creek books I am trying to sell, $5 each plus shipping. If anyone is interested, PM me and I will list the ones I have.

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