Answered By: Linda Kern Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016 Views: 30
We are glad to get the book for you, but between academic library holida closings and mail delays, you wouldn't get it in time to use it before the course ends. I looked for alternate sources including your local public library, but the only PL in GA that owns it is in Clarksville. I checked other academic libraries, thinking you could use the book in the library, but it is only owned by 3 in the state, UGA being the closest. I also looked for online sources. A good online source for the book is Google Books. Of course, it is only a preview, so some parts of the book are not available. A second source is Amazon. Searching the book can be a useful strategy here. Amazon has a number of like-new copies for sale, beginning at $1.25 + $3.99 shipping. Abe Books has used copies for as little as $1.00 + $2.46 shipping. Normally I wouldn't reccommend purchasing a book that we can get for you, but given the time constraints and low cost, you may want to consider it.