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  • It's easy: List books you'd like to swap with other club members.
  • Once a book is requested, mail it to the club member.
  • In return, you may choose from 4,030,858 available books!
- You pay postage for the books you send out; the books you receive come to you postage-paid.
- Books you request are yours to keep, or swap again!

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Member Testimonials

PBS is the best and easiest way to get books and send them. Wrap the book and BAM I get my credit right then. I don't have to wait for the member to get the book. I get my credit right then and am ready to request books right away. No waiting. It can't get any better than that! PBS ROCKS. Walk out to my mailbox and viola, the book is on the way.

Two thumbs up for PBS

Cyndi P. (Gastonia, NC) - 4/25/2015
I love PBS as well as Swap a CD and Swap a DVD. But PBS is my first love. In the years I have been a member I have only had one unsatisfactory transaction with a sender who had marked out all the "evil" words in the book with a marker. PBS helped me get my credit back and apologized for the offending member! On the plus side I have exchanged notes with many members that make me wish we lived close enough to visit. I firmly believe Book People are among the finest human beings.
I once worked with a family that did not read or own ANY books or periodicals and was rather smug about not having read a book since they got out of school. I can't imagine a life like that and I am still sorry for them. I can't remember a time when I didn't have a book and I remember Mom lifting me up to the library counter to write my name for a card before I started Kindergarten. Still have the card 65 years later. Thanks, mom and dad!
Peace and Long Life to PBS and all its tribe!

Thomas A. (Imperial, MO) - 4/25/2015
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