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Textbook Store

Visit King’s pop-up textbook store at the start of each semester for all of your textbook and school equipment requirements. Located just outside the Library, this is the spot to find all of your books for classes, science lab accessories like lab coats and goggles, and singer’s masks for music.  Student IDs are available for purchase on campus through the Registry office. For bus pass information go to the City of Edmonton website.

To get more detailed textbook information, including prices, find your courses by logging in at Crossroads and choosing either “Registration > my Online Registration”, or “Registration > What am I Registered In?” from the menu.

On-Campus Textbook Store

Fall Term 

September 1-3:  12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
September 7-10:  9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
September 13-17: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

The textbook list will be posted on Friday, August 20, by end of day.

In-person Ordering

Due to COVID-19, to prevent line-ups, order forms are available and must be filled out before coming to the store. To do so, print and fill out the form below and present it at the store. Customers lining up are required to social distance, and staff will be using hand sanitizer and masks.

In-Person Textbook Store Form

Textbook Shipping

Textbook shipping is also available for students unable to visit campus. Shipping fees will apply, and textbooks that are shipped are not returnable.

Textbook Shipping Form

Pay Your Textbooks Invoice

For those students unable to visit campus who would like textbooks mailed to them, you will be emailed an invoice number which can be paid below. Textbooks will only be shipped once payment has been received.

Textbook Online Payments Form


Required Textbooks By Course (Spring Terms 1 and 2, 2021)

If your course is not listed below, there is no required textbook for that course.

EDUC363A Thea Comeau Child Development: Perspectives in Developmental Psychology - information for digital edition provided in class 9780195432985
ENGL214 Stephen Cruikshank Broadview Introduction to Literature + The Broadview Pocket Guide to Writing 9781488107412
ENGL214 Stephen Cruikshank The Great Divorce - any recent or current edition acceptable - this listing for the one sold in the Textbook Store 9780060652951
ENGL215 Stephen Cruikshank Broadview Introduction to Literature + The Broadview Pocket Guide to Writing 9781488107412
ENGL215 Stephen Cruikshank The Great Gatsby - any recent or current edition acceptable - this listing for the one sold in the Textbook Store 9781551117874
GEOG201A Michael Ferber Discovering Physical Geography, Canadian Loose-leaf Edition 9781119443469
GEOG201A Michael Ferber Apocalyptic Planet: Field Guide to the Future of the Earth 9780307476814
HIST204 Caroline Lieffers Revel for The Heritage of World Civilizations, volume 2 - purchase information provided in class 9780134130910
PHIL230 Luke Sandle Post-Truth: Facts and Faithfulness 9781999195304
PSYC351A Thea Comeau Child Development: Perspectives in Developmental Psychology -  information for digital edition provided in class 9780195432985
THEO250 Stephen Martin New Oxford Annotated Bible with Apocrypha: New Revised Standard Version - Fifth Edition 9780190276089
THEO250 Stephen Martin A Compact Guide to the Whole Bible: Learning to Read Scripture's Story 9780801049835