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While the company may be good for the planet, it doesn't seem to be good for its customers.
The illustration above shows the listing for the hardcover edition of my Stories I'd Tell My Children (but maybe not until they're adults).
- Amazon sells it for $18.95, with immediate shipping (which is often free).
- Barnes & Noble sells it for $18.95, with shipping likely within 24 hours for $3.99.
- Biblio sells it for $30, plus $15 for shipping, which can take 15 to 30 days.
It's possible that Biblio may be a good source for rare books, but if you are looking for a book that's available elsewhere, you should probably buy it elsewhere.
(Strangely, the listing for my book indicates that it is being sold by a bookseller in Japan, but it is being shipped from Tennessee. "UPS Ground" shipping from Tennessee to me in Connecticut should not cost $30 or take 30 days.)