BookFinder.com: Why Bibliophiles Still Flock to 'the Google of Dead Books' to Find the Right Book (June 10, 2016)
Several bookstores later, I still hadn't found the The Bees by Carol Ann Duffy. I knew the chances of finding her poetry on a bookshelf were slim (as she was Britain's newly established Poet Laureate), yet it was still disheartening to leave another bookstore, empty-handed. If I had known about BookFinder.com, I wouldn't have wasted my time driving to bookstores.
Finger Lakes Times ,
Way back when in Wayne County (May 9, 2016)
Because of the bicentennial of the lost summer, there have been a number of new books published on the subject. But if you just want some great educational entertainment to share with your children or grandchildren, try to find a copy of Ontario author Mary Jane Auch's children's book Frozen Summer. It was published about 10 years ago and is now out of print, but maybe eBay or Bookfinder can locate a copy for you.
Why Doesn't Jon Snow Know Anything? (May 6, 2016)
Bibliotherapy. Pave the way for a discussion by first offering a book or movie that touches on the situation you suspect is troubling your child. You can search for subject-specific books in Bookfinder: When Kids Need Books, or on the internet..
St. John's The Telegram ,
Paul Sparkes: Etiquette lesson (May 2, 2016)
To me, while the book was not written to be a vehicle of entertainment, it is a delightful introduction to the ways of our outports. You can still buy the book online. I have seen it for $4 a copy (plus a shipping charge). Check out BookFinder.com
Fine Books & Collections,
Sex Sells: Top Out-of-Print Books in America (April 29, 2016)
On April 26, Bookfinder.com released its 13th annual report of the 100 most coveted out-of-print books in the United States. The online book price comparison tool uses extensi ve search data to compile the list, and 2015 revealed some surprises.
Sheppards Confidential ,
International: the top 100 titles most sought after (April 29, 2016)
The findings from the 13th Annual BookFinder.com Report, which tabulates BookFinder.com's extensive search data to reveal the 100 most sought after out-of-print book titles in the US from the prior year.
Most sought-after out-of-print books (April 26, 2016)
The 13th annual BookFinder.com Report offers a list of the top 100 most searched for out-of-print book titles from the previous year. In this year's top 10: Madonna's "Sex," along with titles from Nora Roberts and Stephen King. One of the goals of the BookFinder.com report is to shine light onto books that were hiding behind the backlists, but still in demand. Here are the top 10 most sought after out-of-print books for 2015.
Turn Your Old Books Into Money (April 13, 2016)
There are a lot of online bookstores that offer to buy your used books. It's a rather hit-or-miss situation because online bookstores don't buy every title, and how much they're willing to pay can vary greatly, depending on the market demand. An easy way to find the online bookseller that will offer you the best price is to use a website such as BookScouter.com or BookFinder.com.
Smoky Mountain News,
Time for spring migrants in the mountains (March 23, 2016)
We have for years used Arthur Stupka's Notes on the Birds of Great Smoky Mountains Park (University of Tennessee Press, 1963) for reliable information on earliest spring arrival and fall departure dates. (Unfortunately, this book is now out of print, but multiple used copies are often available via www.bookfinder.com. and similar Internet vendors).
Lincoln-Poe photograph a fake (February 14, 2016)
This 2010 work of fiction is available in many public libraries. You can purchase a copy at your local bookstores. Or, you can buy the book through the usual online book sources that include, among others, www.abebooks.com, www.amazon.com, www.bookfinder.com
11 Ways to Save Big on College Textbooks (February 2, 2016)
At a minimum, check at Half.com and Amazon.com in addition to your school bookstore and any nearby off-campus competitors.BookFinder.com, DirectTextbook.com, and TextbookPriceComparison.com can help you compare.
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,
The value of books is not restricted to price (December 28, 2015)
I recommend checking out the book's price range at BookFinder.com, which gathers listings from hundreds of private book dealers, as well as Powell's, Amazon, ABE and other online used book venders. Then hire an appraiser, which isn't cheap.
One of the Most Sought-After Out-of-Print Books, "The Pink Dress," Now Available! (November 24, 2015)
One of the most sought-after out-of-print children's books, according to Bookfinder.com, is available once again! The Pink Dress, a coming-of-age novel by Anne Alexander, has been a favorite of pre-teens and teens since it was first published in 1959.
Paper Money Collecting Forming a Basic Rare Currency Library (November 19, 2015)
Many of the above mentioned reference sources are available new from book and supply dealers advertising in Coin World, especially in the classified ad section. Amazon.com is another reliable source, particularly for out of print and/or used books. Bookfinder.com is another especially helpful on-line source of specialized books on virtually any subject.
New York Times,
Books of the Dead (October 29, 2015)
It Only Comes Out at Night & Other Stories By Dennis Etchison This retrospective (sold out before publication; earlier collections are available from secondhand-book vendors like Amazon and Bookfinder.com) doesn't rely much on traditional monsters.
Madonna's Sex remains the most wanted out of print book (September 24, 2015)
BOOKS are often forgotten in the digital revolution. Yet the demand remains and many out-of-print books have become collectors' items and very valuable. What are the most sought-after out-of-print books? Bookfinder.com has released its latest list. Pop singer Madonna's revered coffee table book Sex, published by Warner Books in 1992, tops the list as it has done since 2011.
Dear Teacher (September 9, 2015)
At a four-year public college, students can expect to spend about $1,200 per year on books and materials according to the College Board. First of all, students don't need to buy all their books at the college bookstore. They can do an online search using the textbook's ISBN, which uniquely identifies it. They should visit such sites as Affordabook.com, Bigwords.com and BookFinder.com to find good deals.
Answers to 'I Love Lucy' questions (June 29, 2015)
Huge choices are devoted exclusively to I Love Lucy and the characters contained therein. Online, you can visit the usual book resources (e.g., www.abebooks.com, www.amazon.com, www.bookfinder.com). Type I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball, The Ricardos, plus any additional references that come to mind. At easily affordable prices, you can order new books or used copies.
Forget Amazon Rankings and Just Write! (April 27, 2015)
Barnes and Noble also has rankings which seem to be a better way to judge your sales numbers because, unlike Amazon, 95 percent of what B&N sells are actually books and ebooks. It is the same with online and brick-and-mortar independent bookstores. You may find better sales figures at BookFinder, Abe's Books, a local book shop or independent booksellers.
Eugene textbook reseller The Book Rocket ready to blast off (March 15, 2015)
Baesler said the partners plan to have The Book Rocket listed soon on websites like BookFinder.com.. which compare book prices from across the Internet for users.
Money & Career Cheat Sheet,
5 of the Best Places to Make Money Selling Used Books Online (March 5, 2015)
Scouting sites are an excellent tool if you want to find the best buyback price quotes across several sites with one click. BookScouter.com and BookFinder.com are two good ones to start with
Seeking a signed first edition of 'Mockingbird' (March 1, 2015)
To present your brother with a first edition (preferably signed by the author), you have several options...Your next stop would be the usual book-shopping websites (e.g., www.abebooks.com, www.amazon.com, www.bookfinder.com). When you make inquiries, be sure to ask very specific questions.
Fine Books Magazine,
Bookfinder's Most Sought Books in 2014 (February 12, 2015)
Bookfinder.com, an online price comparison tool for books, releases an annual list of their most searched for out of print books. The 2014 list was just unveiled and it holds a few familiar names - and a few surprises as well. For years, Madonna's book Sex topped the list, however the queen was toppled from her crown this year by not just one, but two other titles.
Which Out-of-print Books Are Searched For the Most? (February 9, 2015)
BookFinder.com has issued its 12th annual list of the top 100 most searched for out-of-print books from the previous year. This year's list has seen changes from the previous year, most notably, the drop in position of Madonna's Sex, which dropped down two places down on the chart.
BookTrade.info (United Kingdom),
12th annual BookFinder.com list of the top 100 most searched for out-of-print titles. (January 30, 2015)
'On the Psychology of Military Incompetence' pips 'Lovely Reed: An Enthusiast's Guide to Building Bamboo Fly Rods' to first place with the ever popular 'Sex' by Madonna in third.
Military Incompetence' trumps Madonna's 'Sex' (January 29, 2015)
Military incompetence has lost wars and brought down empires. And now it's toppled the reign of Madonna. For the first time since 2010, the pop singer's soft-porn photo book Sex is not the No. 1 most searched-for out-of-print book in America.
People, Etc. (January 29, 2015)
Bookfinder.com released their list of the 100 most searched for out-of-print books in 2014 and for once there is some news: Norman Dixon's On the Psychology of Military Incompetence was in first place, followed by Jack Howell's The Lovely Reed: An Enthusiast's Guide to Building Bamboo Fly Rods, with Madonna's Sex dropping to third place.
Textbooks should not have to break the bank (January 26, 2015)
With great textbook comparison sites like Chegg, Bookfinder, Amazon and eBay, students can also take getting cheaper textbooks into their own hands.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet,
How to Make Money Selling Your Used Books Online (January 18, 2015)
Scouting sites are an excellent tool if you want to find the best buyback price quotes across several sites with one click. BookScouter.com and BookFinder.com are two good ones to start with, and there are many others.
IU Southeast Horizon,
9 Ways to save on books (January 15, 2015)
Students can find deals on buying or renting new, used or digital textbooks from online companies...Bigwords and Bookfinder also help students compare book prices from many different websites
Getting on, off highways without getting lost (December 28, 2014)
Regarding Interstate 95, you can also locate travel books specifically devoted to I-95. You can borrow them from certain public libraries. You can purchase them inexpensively in the Travel section at your local bookstores. For new and used copies, you can visit online shopping websites (e.g., www.amazon.com, www.froogle.com) or booksites (e.g., www.abebooks.com, www.bookfinder.com).
Nature Journal: Where do poisonous snakes go in winter? (December 24, 2014)
As I've mentioned on numerous occasions in this space, one of my hobbies is collecting old books and other printed materials about the Southern Appalachians, especially the Smokies region. Accordingly, I spend an inordinate amount of time perusing used bookstores, bookfinder.com on the Internet or other potential outlets.
Kishwaukee College Northern Star,
Pass/Fail: Library extends hours for finals week; Book buybacks don't give fair returns (November 30, 2014)
Students can find better prices and see how much they can get from them after checking sites like BookFinder.com
Annual Holiday Musical Trivia Quiz (November 30, 2014)
In addition to large local bookstores, you can buy the prizes online at www.amazon.com, www.froogle.com, www.abebooks.com, www.bookfinder.com and many popular shopping websites.
Northern Star Online,
Book buybacks don't give fair returns (November 30, 2014)
Campus textbook buyback events are horrible for students especially for people, like me, who are counting on the money they get from those sales for future textbooks. Some students will take the bookstores' offers, but students have other options to make more money back.Students can find better prices and see how much they can get from them after checking sites like BookFinder.com,
Meditation: Too much of a good thing? (November 9, 2014)
At your public library or local bookstore, you can familiarize yourself with various meditation options. Simply visit the shelves that include Meditation books. Or online, peruse Meditation among your favorite shopping websites. A generous supply of books are accessible via www.abebooks.com, www.bookfinder.com
Arizona Daily Star,
Start research online to peg value on old books (November 2, 2014)
I always tell readers that preliminary searches for value are easy to do on your own. First, Google the title and see what comes up. Then look for the title onabebooks.com, biblio.com, or bookfinder.com
BBC (United Kingdom),
How to buy rare books the right way (October 19, 2014)
Research is also an integral part of the acquisition process. Search engine Bookfinder.com, owned by AbeBooks, offers a rough guideline of what a book is worth
Help! Space Coast Pops is reorganizing (October 18, 2014)
Experts in the world of book appraisals recommend you start the evaluation process by going to websites such as www.alibris.com or www.bookfinder.com and look up the volume to get some idea of its value.
The Tampa Bay Times,
The best Jeff Klinkenberg stories ever according to Craig Pittman (October 9, 2014)
Bookfinder.com, I discovered, ranked it as the most requested out-of-print children's book in the United States. When I looked, the going price for a nice copy with dust jacket on another popular used book site was $700.
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