don journet donjournet@netspace.net.au
Tue, 06 May 2003 06:39:07 PDT
      I know the book dilemma well as here in Australia things are very similar to New Zealand. I have been
looking for certain computer books and have found them high priced and difficult to find. On one visit to the
WWW I was accosted by an advert from Amazon books as well as at another time Barnes and Noble. Both these
companies seem to run second hand book clearing houses. They can be found simply by running a http://www.amazon.com/ or
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/ on the internet. Another place for hard to find books is the advanced book exchange which
you will find at http://www.abebooks.co.uk/
     I hope this might help you in future searches for books.

Don Journet

Bill Dijk wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> Can anyone tell me please, where I can get the best deal for the following books (price and shipping please)
> Bulbs
> by John E. Bryan
> The Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs
> by John C. Manning at el
> Cape Bulbs
> by Richard L. Doutt
> Here in New Zealand we don't have the same competition and discount, the majority of people in the US enjoy.
> I would be very grateful if someone could help me with this purchase.
> Best wishes,
> Bill Dijk
> Tauranga, New Zealand :annual rainfall :1250 mm.
> Sunshine hours, mean annual  :  2350 hours.
> Temp.mean max.Summer : 25°C.   winter:///15°C/.
> Temp.mean min. Summer :14.5°C. Winter: 5°C.
> Wet mild Winters with occasional light frost.
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