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If you are a fan of fantasy books, then you definitely heard about the author Rick Riordan and his bestseller books about the adventures of Percy Jackson.

In this article, we’ll give an overview of the books by Rick Riordan about Percy Jackson including fantasy novels such as “The Lightning Thief” and “The Heroes of Olympus”. Hope you’ll enjoy this overview and will find it helpful!

And don’t forget that you can sell, buy or rent all of these books as well as more used books and textbooks at the best prices on BooksRun! Read more > “3 Best Percy Jackson Books Series”

This article uses some of the information provided here: The Biggest Educational Publishers


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Numerous times we’ve covered stories about reselling, donating, or recycling used textbooks. But do you know where do these books come from? What are the education publishing companies? We decided to tell you about the biggest textbook publishers who provide textbooks for university courses all over the country: they are responsible for deciding on the structure of the course, for creating the layout of the textbooks, and for distributing them. In total, there are 310 “General Education” publishers in the USA. Among them, there are 5 most prominent companies that stand out in the publishing industry. Below we will cover them in more detail.

Read more > “The Biggest Textbook Publishers”

Yessssssssss!  The long-awaited summer holiday is finally here! And that means no more having to set your alarm to wake up early in the early morning, or racking your brain at midnight because of school work or exams. Yes, it’s the time when you’re allowed to set your books aside, kick back, relax, and binge on Netflix. Or…maybe not? I for one plan on dedicating a lot of time binging on my favorite shows on Netflix, but at some point, this might get a bit boring and repetitive. If you’re looking for ways to spice up your summer and make it an adventurous and interesting one, then we’ve got just the tips that might help you in doing so!

Read more > “Tips on how to spend your summer holiday”

This is an issue a lot of students might have experienced countless times. Trying to find a book can be really frustrating trying to remember that book you read in your childhood about the kid whose family moved to a new estate and had to fight off magical creatures that all want a journal he found containing info about all the mythical creatures (FWI: The Spiderwick Chronicles), or a particular textbook you came across in high school that perfectly explained the laws of quantum physics. But hey, don’t lose hope of finding that book just yet! In this article, we’ll show you several ways that’ll help you in your search.


Read more > “How to Find a Book When You Don’t Know the Title or Author”

If you are a book lover like me or a student, the chances are that you have large stockpiles of books lying around your house which you no longer find useful and want to get rid of. What to do with old textbooks? You might want to give them away for a good cause, sell them for some quick cash, recycle textbooks for money, or just plan on making some space on your shelves—no matter why you want to do it, there are many ways to get rid of your old books.

Read more > “What to Do with Old Textbooks: Where to Donate Textbooks, Sell, and Recycle”

I have already told you the ways to become a used book hunter in the previous article. In continuation of that, today we’ll discuss ways to make a profit out of those books that you have hunted.

Before beginning, you must understand why people buy used books. The four most common reasons are:

  • To save money; as a used book can be bought for less than half the price of a new one.
  • To protect the environment: Buying used books means that they’ll not be disposed in landfills and is also a good way to recycle resources.
  • As an investment: Books get old and damaged, after years there might not be many copies left, people can make money here by selling the books they have been holding onto for all this time as a collector’s item.
  • To own a rare/out of print book: Not all books stay in print for a long duration, some are no longer on sale. Buying such a book might interest certain specialists.
Read more > “How to make money selling used textbooks”
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We all have heard stories about how someone bought a rare book for a dirt cheap price and made thousands of dollars off it. Makes you want to dive into that stack of old dirty books lying on the ground in a thrift store, doesn’t it? But soon you realize that those stories are as rare as the books featured in them, something not likely to happen to everyone.

That being said, there are still professionals out there who are earning a living doing just that — book hunting. Depending on how skilled you are, it can be a really profitable venture, especially if you do book scouting with the ISBN barcode scanner. So let’s figure out how to become a used book hunter.

Read more > “How to Become a Used Book Hunter”
How to Avoid Student Debt 3

Student’s debt today has crippled the American youth, with statistics showing that young adults on average owe $35,000 in debt. With increasing unemployment and a low minimum wage, it becomes nearly impossible for a large number of individuals to pay back this amount in the required timeframe. The best way to live peacefully thus is to avoid student debt at

Read more > “How to Avoid Student Debt”

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Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas 

Hello, it’s Tom. You’re no basic girlfriend (or boyfriend). You’re a pro girlfriend (or boyfriend). Anyway, let’s be ready for Valentine’s day and have fun. Let’s shop and don’t forget about half price candy day after the holiday.

1. Smartphone Projector, $27 Insta-flash smartphone LED Light

Project your favorite movie (or Netflix series) on your bedroom wall for a cinema experience at home. Buy it here Read more > “For you, for him, for her”

While we all are anticipating Christmas and being busy in the attempt to figure out the best presents to give, now is actually a great time to do something else as well. The next year is quickly nearing (it’s hard to believe, I know), and making sure it is the one to remember should already be on your agenda. Making lists may not be your favorite thing to do but don’t feel stressed, I’m here to help you create the most exciting and(!) the most achievable list (and just the perfect one for you).

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Read more > “New Year’s Resolutions Ideas — Make Each Year Count!”