Posted by: angiefm | November 9, 2009

The Home Library Clearance SALE!

The Home Library is having a Clearance Sale!

The Home Library is having its first, and very probably LAST sale of this magnitude.  We have 2000 books of 1500 titles to clear off our shelves in preparation for our move to a new but much smaller apartment early next year.

We have timed this sale to coincide with stocking up for the new school year as well as buying for Christmas so that we can help you even as you help us.  😀

The sale will run till Saturday, 12th December 2009 then The Home Library will be CLOSED TILL END MARCH for Christmas and to plan and execute (sounds so professional huh?) our move to our new home in February/March next year.

If you would like to be among the first to see the booklist (which we will be posting on Wednesday), please go to www.teachingourown.com and where it says “SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL” on the right-hand navigation panel, click on the link, enter your email address and you’ll get an email with all the book titles when it gets posted!  Easy-peasy!  🙂  Most of our titles are ONE COPY ONLY so this is probably the way to go. 

If you would rather not subscribe, just remember to check back at www.teachingourown.com on Wednesday to view the booklist.

Discounts

All prices listed in the booklist will be BEFORE discount.  Unless otherwise specified, discounts are:

  • 20% off paperback books
  • 20% off board books
  • 30% off hardcover books
  • 20% off audio CDs
  • 10% off Titus2 titles
  • 20% off Critical Thinking titles
  • 20% off EPS Books titles (Wordly Wise, Words Are Wonderful, Explode the Code) 
  • 30% off Learning Language Arts Through Literature

How to Buy:

  • Ordering By Email – You may reserve the books by email to thehomelibrary@gmail.com but please come by within one week to pick them up from our home at Jalan Loyang Besar (Pasir Ris, near Downtown East) or pay a flat rate of S$10 for delivery to your home.  If your order will fit into a bubble-wrap envelope and mailed, that will cost S$4 to do.  If you place your order via email, please honour it by following through with collection/delivery and payment.  If you are an existing Home Library customer, I will have your contact number and address.  Otherwise, please include those in your email order.  Please do not ask for it to be put on hold so that you may browse it when you come over because that won’t be fair to other people who might want that title and who are ready to buy.
  • Ordering in Person – You may come to our home to browse what’s left on the shelves.  “Opening” hours are 2 to 6 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday.  Only for the month of November.  But please email Angie at thehomelibrary@gmail.com to book a day/time in advance.
  • Out of Stock Situations – Books will be sold on a “first-come-first-served” basis whether you put in your orders via email or if you come by personally.  I will only update the list at the end of the day so if someone has asked for the book during the day before you, I will get back to you to tell you it has been sold.  If a title is out of stock but you would still like to order it, only the usual discount of 5% for homeschoolers and stay-home-moms will apply.  The clearance discount is only for existing stock. 
  • Payment  – Payment can be by cheque, bank transfer or PayPal, or by cash if you are coming over to pick up or buy.  Please let me know which works better for you.
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Responses

  1. […] First, here is where to read the sale “how-tos”, ie terms and conditions. […]

  2. Hi Can I drop by this Fri pm to browse your shelves ?

    JL


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