Sorry I'm a little late on this topic, but if you can't find another outlet that will take them, check with local churches that sponsor world mission programs. I know a couple churches around here would send old textbooks to 3rd world countries, who were happy to have any sort of textbooks for their education programs.
If they are college texts that are still used they should be able to be sold back to the college book stores. We have soooo many bookstores that buyback at OSU you can't miss them. I saw AMAZON listed below; I have had teachers not order their books through the college bookstore and require the students to purchase them on AMAZON so the kids will be buying off of there for sure.
DD purchases her textbooks at a store right across the street from the school. She always buys used books and sells them back when she is done with them. I know most of the campus bookstores also buy and sell used textbooks if they are in good shape. (I am assuming your talking about collage textbooks)
I cannot find a used bookstore to take textbooks. Or even the library. I guess I could always send them off to the Goodwill or Salvation Army, but what do they do if no one buys them? Does anyone know of any other options?
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