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The 13-Storey Treehouse $4 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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$8 at Kmart, Target, Big W etc.

Would make a good Christmas present for kids who haven't read the series.

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  • +4

    $1 at your local Vinnies

    • +2

      $0 at your local library (my kids reading these at the moment)

      • Can't keep those ones though.

      • It's a good series! Occasionally, it can get a bit too crude, but I like it. Mine have moved on in preference to Dog Man (and Dave Pilkey's other books) and Ninja Kid.

        I love libraries too!

        Here is a much better deal for 9 Treehouse books, and it supports an Australian business:

        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/669360

    • My local op shops tend to gouge on second hand book prices.

      • Change op shops…. We have 4 local ones to choose from.

        • +1

          they can't see the destruction.

          Book is made from wood pulp from renewable pine forests…

          • @jv: I'm not referring to printed books, but rather the destruction to: the warehouse workers' lives, small businesses, etc.

            • +1

              @Lan Mandragoran:

              the destruction to: the warehouse workers' lives, small businesses, etc.

              what do you mean?

              What has Andy Griffiths done?

              He seems like a nice person…😲

              • @jv: Hahahaha! I fully support those chaps, and I'm fairly sure you knew I wasn't referring to Griffiths and Denton.

                Bezos can pay his and his company's fair share in US taxes to start with.

    • +3

      Good luck getting a kid to read an ebook. Physical is so much better to have and you can be certain your kid is reading rather than off watching YouTube videos.

      • I never said anything about ebooks, rather I was calling back to Amazon's beginning as a book seller.

        • -1

          I was calling back to Amazon's beginning as a book seller.

          Wasn't it great.

          They allowed many low income families to be able to buy books much cheaper than many other places…

          • @jv: Not sure why you got a neg. there, assuming you're being genuine. That is how I afforded many of my course books in college. My family couldn't afford hundreds of dollars for books every semester.

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