Book Sales

   Children's Literature provides support for book sales at numerous author events, school book fairs and the like. Often we have one or two copies of a book left that we do not bother to return to the publisher. Our stock has grown and we would like to make some very good, never used books available on a first come first serve basis at a very attractive price: 50% off list. We will not order books as part of this special program. New/revised order forms will be posted each month. Links to order forms that identify this month's book sale offerings are provided below:

How to Place Your Order:
   Print a copy of the order form and mark it up with your choices. Then fax the completed order form to (301) 469-2071 or put it in an envelope and send it to Children's Literature at the following address:
        Children's Literature
        7513 Shadywood Rd
        Bethesda MD 20817

   Orders will be filled as they are received. For credit card purchases, we will confirm your total before processing your card. If you want to use a personal or business check for a purchase, circle check as as the payment option and we will get back to you with the amount due. We will ship the books when your check arrives. If you are an institution using a purchase order, we will fill your order and send an invoice with the books.

Shipping Charges:
   Shipping charges will be calculated based on the dollar value of the order (discounted prices). A basic charge of $4.50 for shipping will be made for orders up to $30. The shipping charge for $31 to $100 worth of books is $7.50, and over that it is 5% of the dollar value.

Sales Tax:
   If you are a Maryland resident, please add 6% sales tax.

Comments/Suggestions:
   This is a new service and comments or suggestions are welcome.

        Marilyn Courtot, Proprietor
        Children's Literature
         Click here to send an email to Marilyn

 

Added/Updated 05/01/2011

If you're interested in reviewing children's and young adult books, then send a resume to emily@childrenslit.com.

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