They recycle used books at the Adapt monthly meeting, selling them for 20 cents for a paperback and 50 cents for a hardback, the money raised is used to fund some of the other group activities.
Many book-lovers still prefer the traditional option and value the tactile sensation of a bound paper book. Paper books are, as a rule, very well designed, they look good and they carry with them a more human touch.
In our internet-crazed world, attention is drawn in a million different directions at once as we multi-task through every day. In a single 5-minute span, the average person will divide their time between working on […]
Will ibooks replace real books? I hope not. Real books don’t hurt your eyes, they don’t require electricity and therefore don’t require a charger or batteries. You can take them anywhere and they don’t crash […]
Money raised for the sale of second hand books have purchased, to name but a few, games for the Games Group. Contributed to the entertainment for the five year dinner and more recently purchased four […]