Books at Dollar Tree
I recently went to a Dollar Tree near me and found they sold all different kinds of books. I know, what? and you might be thinking they’re probably not really good if they’re at a such a low price, but you would be wrong, well at least I think so lol. I have to say though, I went to another Dollar Tree earlier today and there were tons more books in that one than the last store, but I only walked out with one book. Sometimes, it just depends on the store and location.
It was all by chance, walked in for one thing and spotted books right at the front, then I was told they had a whole section more to the back and there I found a few hidden gems. My hubby is so patient with me, the moment I saw the books he knew we weren’t leaving there any time soon. Well, I didn’t make him wait too long and found the ones I liked pretty quickly and it didn’t hurt that they were only $1 each.
From what I saw in two other stores I visited, there aren’t many different ones from each store. They do have many repeats (several that didn’t catch my attention), but I did find many that I liked and had seen around online. There were a few I found in paperback, all others were in hardcover and in brand new condition. I’m not sure how many books they get in during the week, or when they get a new shipment of assorted books, but I will be asking soon and be keeping a lookout for even more good reads.
Books purchased at Dollar Tree: Arclight by Josin L. McQuien, Shadows of Glass by Kassy Tayler, The Time- Traveling Fashionista by Bianca Turetsky, The Wind Whales of Ishmael by Philip José Farmer, The Kings and Queens of Roam by Daniel Wallace, Zom-B Baby by Darren Shan, Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour, The Fearless by Emma Pass, Monkey Wars by Richard Kurti, Firebrand by Antony John, The Inventor’s Secret by Andrea Cremer, Stone Rider by David Hofmeyr, Nightingale’s Nest by Nikki Loftin, The Way We Bared Our Souls by Willa Strayhorn, Burial Rite by Hannah Kent, Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton