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The Telegram, Carpentry and handiwork — once essential skills (August 25, 2014)

Ellen Carbery died in 1915 under tragic circumstances in war-time Europe.You can still find copies of Graham’s book, by the way. For one, you can visit BookFinder.com

The Valdosta Daily Times, Getting Started: College textbook-shopping tips (August 17, 2014)

But you can buy the book used at the bookstore for $181. A search on websites such as Affordabook.com, Bigwords.com and BookFinder.com turned up even better deals, as low as $30 for a used copy.

The Columbus Dispatch, Tips make shopping for textbooks more affordable (August 17, 2014)

But you can buy the book used at the bookstore for $181. A search on websites such as Affordabook.com, Bigwords.com and BookFinder.com turned up even better deals, as low as $30 for a used copy.

Erie Times-News, College textbook shopping tips (August 13, 2014)

But you can buy the book used at the bookstore for $181. A search on websites such as Affordabook.com, Bigwords.com and BookFinder.com turned up even better deals, as low as $30 for a used copy.

Chicago Tribune, Hit the books, a little cheaper (August 7, 2014)

But you can buy the book used at the bookstore for $181. A search on websites such as Affordabook.com, Bigwords.com and BookFinder.com turned up even better deals, as low as $30 for a used copy.

Mashable, How to Not Go Broke When Buying Textbooks (July 31, 2014)

If you want to ensure you're getting the best deal, try sites like BookFinder... They comb the Internet for book titles and pull up a list of all the sites where you can buy them. That way, you can easily compare prices and make the best pick.

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Books good for more than reading (July 7, 2014)

Several verses were required last week when some long-anticipated titles came, all of which I’d tried out at our library before ordering used copies through BookFinder.com.

Yahoo.com, 9 Great Ways to Feed Your Book Habit Without Amazon (June 6, 2014)

BookFinder cited as a tool for getting books outside Amazon.

Al.com, How to Save Money on Books and Magazines (May 27, 2014)

Online retailers like Amazon.com, BookFinder.com and Alibris.com sell used books at discounted prices. This is my favorite way to shop for books when I'm looking for a specific title.

Business Insider, This Stephen King Novel Will Never Be Printed Again After It Was Tied To School Shootings (April 1, 2014)

In BookFinder.com’s list of the 100 most sought-after out-of-print books of 2013, Rage is ranked higher than any other novel, at number two overall. Used copies of the first printing paperback are currently on sale online for anywhere between $700 and upwards of $2,000.

Yahoo! Finance, How to cut those other costs of college (March 26, 2014)

On textbooks, it pays to comparison shop-especially since an individual book can cost as much as $200. Sites like Bookfinder.com let students search online for the best prices.

Daytona Beach News-Journal, Know when to hold ‘em (March 11, 2014)

The little blurb in The New York Times Book Review caught my eye. A website, BookFinder.com, had actually compiled a list of the 100 most sought after books that are currently out of print. Who knew I would share joint ownership of Book Title No. 1?

Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), Turning pages (March 7, 2014)

What do American collectors like to keep on their bookshelves? Sexy pictures of Madonna, Stephen King horror, hardback classics, a cookbook from a vampire and African spacemen. Those are some of the most searched-for titles in a list BookFinder.com has published of the top 100 out-of-print books from last year.

The Mountain Mail, Bookfinder.com list is worth a look (February 17, 2014)

Now, it’s off the list because a new edition was published last fall. Yes, you can check it out from the library. It is odd and beautiful, and I wouldn’t dream of attempting a review.

Silicon Beat, Off topic: Out-of-print books, Hemingway app, buy and draw, ‘LEGO Movie’ bloopers, sexy food (February 14, 2014)

From Sex to A History of Hand Knitting, last year’s most-searched-for out-of-print books, according to BookFinder.

The New York Times, A Reader’s Hunting Guide (February 14, 2014)

The search engine BookFinder.com has issued its annual list of the 100 most sought-after titles currently out of print, and no bookshelf could possibly offer a more diverse selection.

The Boston Globe, Stephen King’s out-of-print tales are wanted (January 29, 2014)

BookFinder.com has released a list of the 100 most desired out-of-print books of 2013. Topping the list was Madonna’s 1992 erotic coffee table book, Sex, and two titles from New England author and Red Sox fan Stephen King (above). No. 2 on the list is Rage, in which King writes under the name Richard Bachman. No. 3 is My Pretty Pony, King’s 1989 short story that was published as part of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s artist and writer series. No. 4 on the list also has local ties.

The Daily Illini, Textbook purchasing, reselling don’t have to be a struggle (January 29, 2014)

Shop around for your textbooks. While one seller may offer the cheapest deal for one of your books, don’t assume that it will be the cheapest option for all the titles you need. Sites like BookFinder.com and RetailMeNot are great resources for discounted books and coupons.

USA Today, List: What are the most sought-after out-of-print books? (January 28, 2014)

News Minder, Buying an old book? Be prepared to pay more for Twain’s markup (January 20, 2014)

Books gain pecuniary value merely by being owned by literary greats, and books they wrote can be worth far more. Bookfinder.com, my favorite resource for pricing old books, says a mere $37,510 will buy an autographed copy of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, for example.

Country Living, Early Edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin (October 2, 2013)

The majority of 19th-century editions in fair condition range in price from about $10 to $50. To get a sense of where your edition falls on the scale, Mr. Nicely suggests visiting a Website called www.bookfinder.com and entering the author and title for a search. When I did this I found 511 used editions of Uncle Tom's Cabin listed, ranging from a few dollars apiece (for 20th-century printings) up to $15,000.

The Academic Librarian, Opting In (September 9, 2013)

With the advent of such internet-based outlets as Amazon Marketplace and Bookfinder.com, however, every home with an internet connection has direct access to the holdings of thousands and thousands of bookstores around the world, and the likelihood of finding a remaindered or used copy—often at a price of literally pennies, plus a few dollars in shipping—is very high.

Penguin USA Blog, Thoughts on Reading and Books, by Jim Trelease (August 26, 2013)

Despite the claims that the Internet has hurt reading, I say it’s the best thing that ever happened to used-bookstores. Between, Alibris, Amazon, and Bookfinder.com, it’s near impossible to come up empty when looking for a favorite.

The Spectrum, Students Find Alternative Ways to Purchase Textbooks (January 14, 2013)

Students have found alternative ways to buy textbooks. BigWords.com and BookFinder.com are popular websites for comparing prices for new, used and rented textbooks. Many textbook renters require the purchaser to pay for shipping one way and then send you the tags and shipping container to return the books when the semester is over.

San Leandro Patch, Classroom Teaching Isn't Like In The Movies (January 5, 2013)

Fortunately these two authors taught in places very much like SLHS and their more detailed stories do a terrific job of bringing the reader into classrooms that mirror my own daily experiences. {I found both books for around fifteen dollars on www.bookfinder.com.}

WFJA Classic Hits, Madonna's Sex Once Again the Most Sought-After Out-of-Print Book in America (January 4, 2013)

When it comes to reading material, Americans want Sex — and no, we’re not talking about 50 Shades of Grey. Madonna‘s wildly controversial erotic 1992 coffee table book Sex has has once again topped BookFinder.com’s annual list of the most sought-after out-of-print books in America.

Daily News-Miner, Most-used 5-word phrases change over the centuries (December 30, 2012)

The surge in publishing stats is largely attributable to computers, once considered the nemesis of books. The first book written by a computer is 2008’s True Love, which combines Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina characters in a plot written in the style of Japanese author Haruki Murakami by software written by a Russian publisher. It’s awfully bland, and it’s revealing that neither Amazon.com nor Bookfinder.com offer it.

Leftlion (United Kingdom), The Thrill of Waiting Up for the End of the World (October 28, 2012)

The industry has changed radically in the past two years and there is a big fear of Amazon monopolizing the whole thing, because they’ve been ahead of the game. Which is why you should all use Bookfinder.com to search for books on the internet, as they will show you there are alternatives.

Americana Exchange, Sex and Rage: BookFinder Issues Its Annual Report of the 100 Most Sought After Old Books (October 1, 2012)

BookFinder.com has issued its annual report of the 100 most sought after old books on their website. This is one of my favorites as it's such an eclectic list. BookFinder is a listing site search, that is, it searches many of the book listing sites all at once for matches.

The re-sale and exchange of previously used textbooks has become easier than ever thanks to specialized websites like Amazon and BookFinder.com. And students should tap into their own personal social networks too.

Chicago Tribune, Collectors group offers selling tips on vintage lighters (August 31, 2012)

CBS Philly, 3 On Your Side: Saving On College Textbooks (August 29, 2012)

The resale and exchange of used textbooks has become easier than ever thanks to specialized websites like Amazon and Bookfinder.com.Students should tap into their own personal social networks, too.

WUSA9 News, Ways To Cut Costs On College Textbooks (August 28, 2012)

The resale and exchange of used textbooks has become easier than ever thanks to specialized websites like Amazon and Bookfinder.com.Students should tap into their own personal social networks, too.

John Yudkin in 1972 called Pure, White, and Deadly suddenly became extremely valuable. Copies that wouldn't have been worth much a few years ago are now selling for hundreds, even thousands of dollars. Every year, the website Bookfinder.com compiles a list of the most coveted out-of-print books, and this year's report pegs Pure, White, and Deadly near the top alongside out-of-print standbys Madonna's Sex, Stephen King's Rage (which he wrote as Richard Bachman), and Nora Roberts' Promise Me Tomorrow.

The resale and exchange of previously used textbooks has become easier than ever thanks to specialized websites like Amazon and Bookfinder.com.

Daily Comet, See how you can save money on textbooks (August 27, 2012)

Houma Today, See how you can save money on textbooks (August 27, 2012)

Sheppards Confidential (United Kingdom), 100 most sought after titles - BookFinder.com Report (August 24, 2012)

The books the public see for sale at a local chain bookstore or purchase new online are a small fraction of the entirety of human print culture. In fact, 98 to 99% of all books ever published are now out of print. Bookfinder.com has published another top 100 list

Booktrade.info (United Kingdom), Bookfinder.com Report 2012 Out-of-print And In Demand (August 24, 2012)

The BookFinder.com Report is issued every fall, and the 2012 edition marks the 10th anniversary of our tracking the most sought after out-of-print books in America

Times Union, Cut costs when buying books (August 23, 2012)

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