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Where to Buy Paul Langan's Books

 

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A popular question I am asked is where can you get my books. First thing I would do is check the BOOKS page on this website to see that they are still in print. If they are, here are three ways to get my books.

1. Wordsworth Books in Waterloo - You can shop online or in the store. 

2. Amazon Worldwide - Print or E-book - Search Paul Langan. Beware there is a popular American author by the same name so insert the title of the book into the search engine.

3. Rakuten/Kobo Worldwide - https://www.kobo.com/ca/en

4. Contact Page on this Website - If you live local and I have copies at home you can email me and you can pick one up from my home. Cash only.

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