Borrowing Audio Books and DVDs by Mail

I would like to borrow CDs and DVDs by mail. Is it a workable system?

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June 18, 20110 found this helpful
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And then of course you can always go to your local library.

There may be used book stores in your area where you can acquire audio books and then trade them on a swapa site as mentioned in the previous post.

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It is definitely workable! Go to paperbackswap.com and they have sister sites that swap CDs and DVDs. The book swap has audio books, hard back books, and paperbacks. Hope this helps.

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