- March 14, 2008 at 5:17 pm #256795
I just had my son get the isbn numbers and when he was
questioned he said that I would be getting the books for him.
Since he was also writting a discription of the book and the
edition publisher ect. they didn’t question. I had been in
before so they knew that he did come in with a parent sometimes
and I have also gone to the book store on campus without him to
pick up something he needed when he was having to use a walker
to get around. They don’t hassle him about it and don’t realize
I don’t come in to get the books at all.
As far as the India part we have found it’s just as acurate as
the American version. My son compaires with friends and makes
notes of any changes (like one chapter may be switched) that
only happened one time. His teacher thought it was a better way
to teach it as well.
P.S. Allysa if it is the famous institution that I am think of
my husband graduated from there in 1985! Great school. (Austin
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