Christian book store Blue Book Value is selling the last of its inventory of books for $1,299.99, which is the same price as a copy of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug at a Barnes & Noble store.

The book was published in 2006, so it’s worth a little more than $300,000 today.

Blue Book Values founder and CEO Joe Haggerty said the sale reflects the popularity of his business, which specializes in classic books.

“We have an amazing customer base who want to own classics,” Haggerties told Business Insider.

“If you want a book, they will pay a lot of money for it.”

You can also order the book online for $299.00.

Haggerts business model, which was founded in 2014, involves selling books for a percentage of their value.

For example, he sells his books for 70% of their retail price, or $200,000.

If the book sells for $3,000, Haggertts company will donate a portion of the profits to a charity of your choice.

You can find more details about Haggerits business model at Blue Book values website.

It’s also a popular sale with Amazon, where customers are paying $299 for the last book in the library.

A lot of these classics are available for free.

However, there are also some great books that aren’t available for sale.

Here’s a look at some classic books that are still for sale at the time of this article’s publication.

The Hobbit, by J.R.

R Tolkien Source: Blue Book value / Amazon / Haggerttys The Hobbit is a fantasy epic set in Middle Earth, and it was released in 1977.

It is widely considered to be the first fantasy book.

The story takes place after the Battle of the Five Armies.

It tells the story of Bilbo Baggins quest to save his friends and the world from Sauron.

Haggotts books, like The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, are considered classics by many.

There are also a few other books in the Hobbit universe that are also classic.

The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring is one of the best-selling fantasy novels in history.

In it, Gandalf and company face off against the evil Mordor, and defeat him in battle.

The books are considered to have an important place in the Tolkien universe, as well as being an essential source of knowledge and inspiration for all Tolkien fans.

In the last few decades, the book has been remade into a feature film and a live-action film.

The Return Of The King, by Terry Pratchett Source: The New York Times / In the fantasy series of novels The Return of the King, Gandhalf is sent to rescue King Arthur from Morgoth.

The two meet in an enchanted castle and have a battle with the evil sorcerer, Mordred.

After the defeat of Morgoth, Gand and his companions leave the castle to discover a great secret.

In The Return, Gand is sent on an adventure to retrieve a dragon egg.

When Gand is attacked by a giant spider, he finds himself in the middle of a battle against Sauron’s armies.

The adventure continues with the return of a giant stone dragon.

There’s also The Silmarillion, which recounts the events of the epic saga that started the whole thing.

It was published by JKR in 1967, and was set in the world of Middle Earth.

The Silmars book is considered one of his best works.

The Rings of Power, by Richard Strauss Source: Amazon / Amazon The Rings Of Power is a trilogy of books set in The Lord’s Army, a fictional army of Middle-earth’s heroes and villains.

These books are widely considered the most important book in Tolkien’s works, and the most popular.

The series, which lasted for nearly 20 years, was the inspiration for the movies The Lord Awakens, The Return and The Return OF The King.

These movies set the stage for the blockbuster movie The Hobbit.

In this installment, the Fellowship of the Ring travels to the land of Mordor.

There, they encounter Mordred, who is responsible for bringing about the end of the world.

The trilogy also included the novels The Two Towers, and The Two Swords.

The Last Battle, by John Updike Source: / Amazon This classic series is set in a world where magic is widespread, and a war is fought over a mythical sword.

John Updo’s books have been read by thousands of people and are considered classic classics.

In these novels, the protagonist Gandalf is tasked with fighting a war to stop the creation of the Black Sword, a weapon that will destroy the world and the universe.

The Black Sword was forged from a meteorite that landed in the mountains of Middle East.

The legend of the sword is similar to the legend of Odin’s