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Ann-Marita. I deleted my usual signature due to, oh, wait, if I say why, that might give too much away.
I've started using LibraryThing to keep track of my homeschooling books. I find it especially useful when I'm at a used book sale and want to find out if I already have something, as I can use my cell phone to check and see.
homeschooling mama to DD 10 & DS 7
i need a good system too. right now i have them organized by topic. i have my own shelf for books that our resources, etc. then, i have the other bookshelves divided by subject (science readers, nature books, history readers, five in a row books, sonlight books, leveled readers, chapter books, etc). it's really a bit maddening though.
I buy too many books from Amazon, so when I pull up all my books I've purchased, it's simply too slow. So I need something faster and more flexible. I use LibraryThing, but if I'm going to build a book database, I want a more robust program. I've heard wonderful reviews from homeschoolers with big book collections that love this:
I intend to get their barcoder and then go to work scanning everything.
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