BooksRun aims to save American students’ money with an option to purchase used textbooks for their studies and sell them to us later. We monitor carefully the most popular college textbooks of the year so that our students start their textbooks’ search as early as possible, and they have their books at hand before the start of the semester. With millions of books in stock, it has never been an easy task to establish top-selling textbooks! Nevertheless, we always try to do it to reveal the books that might be hard to find this year so make sure you start your book hunting process ASAP!Read more > “10 Best Selling College Textbooks for 2021”
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Medical students have to read tons of professional literature over the long course of their studies. Most of the time it is inseparably linked with anatomy, organic chemistry and other subjects which formulate the core knowledge of all the doctors. Here we decided to select the must-read books for medical students which are not assigned to the syllabus but at the same which will make you contemplate about important and interesting issues that doctors have to confront in their professional world. We are sure that reading a surgeon’s memoir of his own death or a Pulitzer-winning history of cancer will encourage you to question certain traditional beliefs in the medical industry. Below is our non-syllabus list of must-read books for medical students.
New semester has successfully started and you’ve gotten (more or less) into the swing of things. And now it’s time to pay some attention to the books lying on your shelves and figure out what to do with them (we always need some free storage space after all). The best option you have on your hands is to sell them and restore your cash balance after buying all those incredibly important (and to the same extent expensive) textbooks for your college classes.
In this post we focus on presenting you the best buyback opportunities. So seize the moment and start packing your books!Read more > “Top 5 Textbooks To Sell in 2021”