Students can hold down the cost of buying textbooks by shopping for them online.As July melted into August, college towns around the country began to swell with incoming freshmen, returning students and faculty, and campus bookstores began to stock their shelves with textbooks. Expensive textbooks. Textbooks that cost each student an average of $1,168 a year, according to the College Board. Luckily for students already on the hook for tens of thousands of dollars in tuition, brick-and-mortar stores no longer have a monopoly in this market. Just this week Amazon, which already has a Kindle textbook rental service, joined the ranksof Web sites renting.
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