Renting college textbooks to save smiles!

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A smile is one of the most precious things you can give to someone. A smile can instantly turn someone's terrible day to bearable. Sadly, some kids are not blessed with a confidant smile, but with a cleft lip. A cleft lip is when there is a vertical cut that goes up to the nostrils of the nose, showing teeth and bear gums. There are three different kinds of cleft lips seen below...



Then there is a cleft palate, which starts at the roof of the mouth....



Lucklly, Campus Book Rentals are here to help those in need image They are donating money to operation smile with every college textbook rented. 

Now you are wondering "Renting College Textbooks?"

Yes, you can rent your textbooksimage

With the help of Campus Books Rentals and Rent Back. You can save money and make money at the same time.

How does Campus Book Rentals?

image Rent a textbook
imageHighlight in it as if it is your own book!
image free shipping both ways
imageSave 40-90% off of bookstore prices
imageFlexible renting periods

Now let's say you have a college text book you don't use, you can make money off of it.


Make money off your college textbooks

Just go to Rent Back! This will  make you 2-4x more money compared to what you'd make through buyback options!(selling your books back at the end of the semester).

Remember some of the proceeds will go to saving someone's smileimage


Tell me in the comments if you know anybody with cleft lip or palate, how have they affected your life?


14 comments :

  1. wow this is very informative and what a great help! if i did need to rent books, this would be great.

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  2. Hi Laila! What a great idea...thanks for sharing! Following you from the FTF blog hop! Have a blessed evening!

    Michell @Prowess and Pearls
    http://www.prowessandpearls.blogspot.com

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  3. What a lovely blog you have Laila! And thanks for stopping by mine ^^
    I'm way past my college years but this was nice to read, thanks for sharing : )
    Have a great day doll xx

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  4. My daughter rents her books and it does save a sizable amount of money. My sister had a foster child once with a cleft palate. She had many surgeries and they helped her find a forever family. We still see her once in a while.

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  5. wonderful cause and resource. Hopping over from Michell's to leave some bloggy ♥ and follow along

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  6. @Sabz

    Thanks

    @Michell Pulliam

    Thank you! I love your blog too:)

    @noire

    Anytime:)

    @Pamela

    Thanks you for commenting! Thanks a bunch for answering the questions!

    @Katherines Corner

    thanks for the ♡

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  7. Oh my this is perfect! Instead of buying books for such a high price I can now rent them and know that I will be supporting a good cause!

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  8. Hi Laila,
    An interesting article with a good idea about renting college textbook. Congrats!
    Keep up the good works.

    I have followed you on Google Friend Connect and recommended on +Google.

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  9. I'm a new follower after clicking over from the GFC blog hop! Zooey twice on your first page? We're gonna be friends.
    -Mary

    thesauerpatch.blogspot.com

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  10. new follower from the GFC hop! can't wait to read more!

    emmyinthemaking.blogspot.com

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  11. Love the blog, you have great advice! Now following! :)

    talesoftheyoungertwin.blogspot.com

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  12. Following you from the GFC Blog Hop! I look forward to getting to know you and your blog! Stop by, say hi and let's be friends!!

    Brittany Michelle
    blog.thesapphirebee.com

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  13. Hello! i found your blog on the GFC collective blog hop! I am your newest follower, can you please give me a follow back?

    http://www.beautybykrysti.blogspot.com

    thanks!

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  14. Renting textbooks is a GREAT way for college students to save money. When your books are over $700 in the campus bookstore, this tactic is wonderful lol great post! Have a fabulous week :)

    xo,
    Stephanie
    Diary of a Debutante
    www.stephanieziajka.blogspot.com

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