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Subject: Where can I post Alpha Omega books?
Date Posted: 6/9/2010 1:08 PM ET
Member Since: 6/4/2010
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I am sort of a newbie and I am not sure if I am supposed to post on the Homeschooler's Corner or the Book Bazaar.  I just added a lot of Alpha Omega Lifepac Units, Horizons, and Teacher's Guides to my bookshelf.  Can someone point me in the right direction on where I should post them?  Thank you so much for your help.


Date Posted: 6/9/2010 2:50 PM ET
Member Since: 3/21/2009
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Nice shelf!

You can post on the Homeschool red sticky shelf at the top of this forum., You can also post in the Book Bazaar. I recommend reading the rules posted as a sticky on the Book Bazaar,



Date Posted: 6/10/2010 10:38 AM ET
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Any bookshelf promotions or deals must be posted in the sticky thread in this forum.  It's the place PBS has allowed us to post them.  Otherwise they aren't allowed in the "normal" forum threads.  I would copy any promo posts to both.  I type them up in one forum, then copy and paste into the other.  Doing both spreads a wider net to members, but posting here in HS'ing will gather the most HS members.  laugh Many members here are subscribed to the promo/deals thread on this forum, so we get e-mail notices whenever someone posts. 

You might want to make sure all of your items are tagged properly if the title doesn't list them correctly.  If you have time, I'd send in book edits on any that aren't listed properly.  The Lifepacs can be especially tricky.  Sometimes they just have the title of the booklet, which doesn't tell much.  I like it when it has the title &/or course and number (302 for 3rd grade, book 2, etc.).  It's sometimes obvious which ones are TG's if they're listed as coil-bound binding, but there are loads of LP TG's that aren't.