Sunday, March 13, 2011

Thrift store finds from this weekend

Why so many books this weekend?  Mama Squirrel is working on a new thrifted-curriculum project and getting ready for a conference workshop.  But she did notice that the thrift store has raised its book prices a bit recently.


Black church dress for Crayons, $1

Red skirt for Mama Squirrel, $1

Game kit:

Explorations: The World of Languages, Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, 1980, $1  (devised as late-'70's propaganda for a bilingual Canada, but maybe useful and/or fun for homeschool)


The Tarantula in My Purse, and 172 Other Wild Pets, by Jean Craighead George, .50

It’s Magic, by Henry Gordon, .50

Elizabeth I, by Jacob Abbott,  $1

Boy Craft, Classic Reprint Series, $1  (reprint of a 1920's book)

Amo, Amas, Amat and More, by Eugene Ehrlich, $1

Coles Notes, Macbeth in Everyday English, $1

Coles notes, Macbeth Questions and Answers, $1

What does the Bible Say About… , by Ken Anderson; Nelson A to Z Series, $2

The Prisoner of Zenda, by Anthony Hope, Penguin Popular Classics, $1

Funny Stories, chosen by Michael Rosen, Kingfisher, $1

The Marquis’ Secret, George MacDonald, ed. Phillips, Bethany House, $2

The Fisherman’s Lady, ditto

Snappy Jazzy Jewelery, by Katie Gayle, Sterling Publishing, .50

Let’s Hide the Word, Gaither/Dobson, $1.50

Beauty for Ashes, Hill, $1


Vicki said...

I am anxiously waiting to see what you've planned for your latest thrift shop curriculum. Your posts are always so inspiring.

Birdie said...

What wonderful finds!

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