Sales of schoolbooks starting to move online

Canny parents are starting to skip the queues by using websites to pick up class materials online, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

5th July, 2008

Canny parents are starting to skip the queues by using websites to pick up class materials online, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

Most of us have embraced online shopping for the likes of holidays and flights, but online school supplies are a less obvious option.

Until a couple of years ago, ticking off the books on the school book list required joining a long and boring queue at your nearest school bookshop. It often meant...

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