|B&B Book Supply
Will pick up selected textbooks and unused workbooks published in 1995 or
later anywhere in-state. This is a buy-back program of multiple copies of
Book Rescue Program
All books accepted for donations. Sponsored by SCARCE (School and Community
Assistance for Recycling and Composting Education).
(217) 522-2666 x. 3612
All 30 correctional facility libraries in the state has an academic program
and accepts donated books. Call to find the nearest prison with a library.
Also contact your Sheriff’s office to see if the county jail could use the
Follett Educational Services
1433 International Pkwy, Woodridge
A representative will provide a quote to your school to buy used textbooks
and sell them to other schools. This is also an economical and
environmentally sound place from which to buy textbooks.
Accept donated textbooks, workbooks and library books.
Native American Schools
(202) 208-7658 x. 3601
Call Bureau of Indian Affairs and ask for Office of Indian Education to
obtain a list of approximately 200 federally funded Native American schools
that could use your unwanted books.
Accepts donated Hard Cover Novels and Personal Books.
Textbook Recycling Centers:
National Fiber Supply Company
55 E Monroe St, Ste 3425, Chicago
Recycles textbooks with white paper only. You should not expect to be paid
for your books although large quantities of higher-grade paper may generate