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For best results use only: Title, Author, Date Range, and Keywords. You will be able to limit your search further once you reach the results page. This is the best book search engine on the net, from a huge Canadian company originally started by booksellers.
Millions of books of all kinds from dealers all over the world, some not found in libraries. Most of the English language books ever published: You should limit your search at least to Format: You can do this on the advanced search page or once you arrive at the results, using the left hand column, as with abe.
Often you can find more about the content of a title by going to an individual library holding.
Because you won't get as many duplicate titles, Worldcat works better for common titles than Abe or Amazon. Once you have narrowed down a possible title, try Amazon.
The colour option on Google is working better and better.
It's a real help. I have started using Images on bing.
Look in the left hand column to limit your search to these. A few words can help: If all you can remember is a few words, try Google. Put the words in quotes.
Use only one or two, essential, easily-spelled, keywords. Try this sample Google search: Selling One or Two Books. Probably the easiest place for an individual to sell books like those above is on Amazon.
Look up your book, click on the picture, then look in the blue box for "Have one to sell? If, and only if, Amazon has listed the book in the past, will you be able to list also. Ebay is also very easy and inexpensive to use for a few books and it allows you more room to describe the books.
For pricing your book, it is easier and more accurate to use the Abebooks. Then double check on Amazon because prices there are sometimes higher. Amazon's Search is really not set up for out of print books. The more care you put into describing your books, the more likely you are to sell them.
We do not purchase books online, sight unseen. Please do not offer them to us. If you have a collection or several rare books you are interested in selling to us, especially if you live in the Northwest, please look on http: Our email address is on the Contact Us page.
We do not run a formal Book Search and we will not order books for you, but we'll try to point you in the right direction. We never value a book over the net, nor do other reputable booksellers. If you have an older book which seems to have value, you might want to look at our page Buying and Selling Children's Books.
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Grade Six Reader’s Notebook Adapted Version Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Boston, Massachusetts Chandler, Arizona Glenview, Illinois. While I could simply share my Top 60 list with you today, I thought it would be more helpful and exciting to reveal five not-to-be-missed picture books on the first of each of the 12 months of the year.
Without further ado 1. The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Ages 1+ A young boy named Peter explores and frolics in the snow.