I'm lookng for old Reader's Digest book "Back to Basics" online. anyone know a website?
My mom got the book back in the 70's from RD, but sent it back. I would like to find this online if I can for easy reference to the neat stuff in it, like tanning hides and making fur hats; making a woodshop, etc. I got an old Foxfire #1 volume which among other things tells how to make moonshine.
I'm not talking about buying the book, but finding it online. I searched RD before and it was not there, other than to plug their new version of it, which having read I don't like.
RD's website never offered a version of it at all. So nix on that suggestion. I thouight someplacve might haqve a website that had it on its page. I guess not. too bad you sacrifice the old ways to make room for something like this which has a less connection to the Land.
- dudetteLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you're looking for a quick reference, have you tried your local library?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Go to amazon.com Sometimes you can find old books there. There are people that sell them thru Amazon. I have found an old out of print cookbook there. Good Luck!Source(s): personal experience
- ATWolfLv 51 decade ago
Try www.rd.com. That's their offical website. You might find it there.
- 1 decade ago
you can just buy it for $20 at Amazon ... http://www.amazon.com/Back-Basics-Readers-Digest-e...
Or you can buy a used book for around $5 at ...
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- LeeLv 41 decade ago
You will find it in the archives of www.rd.com