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Old 07-07-2009, 05:50 PM
Kirstin E. Bethavas Kirstin E. Bethavas is offline
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Default Textbooks for sale, for lots of classes!

I have a ton of textbooks for sale. Most of them are brand new or almost new, and have little to no highlighting in them. Those that do are marked - but I promise the highlighting should be helpful! =] And of course, all prices are negotiable.

Anthropology:
World Prehistory and Archaeology - SOLD

Astronomy:
Stars and Galaxies, 4th edition (the class asks for the 5th edition, but the book was basically the same aside from pictures) - $30

Classics:
Greece: A Literary Traveler's Companion - $5

Education (St. Elizabeth's classes):
Exceptional Children and Youth - SOLD
Forever After: NYC Teachers on 9/11 - $5

English:
The Longman Anthology of British Lit, Volume 1A - $7
Norton Anthology of English Lit, Volume B - SOLD
Norton Anthology of English Lit, Volume C - SOLD
The Best American Poetry 2007 - $2
Medieval Lives - $4
The Practice of Poetry - SOLD
Northanger Abbey - $4
Will in the World - $3
The Castle of Otranto - $3
The House of the Seven Gables - $4
Frankenstein - $4
Heath Anthology of American Lit, Volume B - SOLD
Adam Bede - SOLD

History:
Winston Churchill (VIP series) - $5
The Birth of Industrial Britain: Social Change, 1750-1859 - $10 (contains some highlighting)
The History of England, Volume II: 1688 to the Present - $6 (contains some highlighting)
A Collection of Essays, George Orwell - $4
Witchcraft in Europe, 400-1700 - SOLD

Other:
Mountains Beyond Mountains - SOLD

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Old 07-16-2009, 10:28 AM
Kristianna M. Costa Kristianna M. Costa is offline
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are any of those books good for freshmen year ?
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Old 07-22-2009, 10:35 AM
Kirstin E. Bethavas Kirstin E. Bethavas is offline
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It is definitely possible to take some of these classes freshman year, depending on what you're planning on majoring in/taking for breadth requirements. I took astronomy spring of my freshman year to fulfill part of the math/science requirement, and really enjoyed the class (it wasn't too difficult even for someone like me, who doesn't love math!). History of Britain can also be taken as a freshman, as it doesn't have a prerequisite. If you're planning on being an english major/minor and taking the RYEO sequence (which is required for majors, and required in part for minors), then many of the english books will be helpful. The spring segment of RYEO can be taken as a freshman, although most people do it sophomore year, and I can tell you which of the English books I have are for it if you're interested. =]
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Old 07-26-2009, 12:32 PM
Kristianna M. Costa Kristianna M. Costa is offline
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oh okay ... i am still trying to decide what my major is but i know i want to go to med school and take pre-med although Drew doesn't offer it as a major. this semester im taking,

intro to psych
intro to sociology
photography
living la (green) vida local
karate self-defense

any books for those ? lol !
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Old 07-26-2009, 11:20 PM
Kirstin E. Bethavas Kirstin E. Bethavas is offline
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Actually, yeah, I do - I took intro to psych and forgot I still had the book!

If they're still using Psychology: Themes and Variations, 7th ed. by Wayne Weitan, I have it. It's the looseleaf edition (meant to be put into a binder), and it's never been used (I did take it out of the plastic wrap). If you're interested, do you think $20 sounds fair? It runs about 70 at the bookstore, if I recall correctly ... I made the mistake of buying it there myself! =\

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