The Huntsville Times (United States),
Ask Us: How can I find that Civil War book about Union occupation of Huntsville? (16 April 2012)
Unfortunately, Rice's book has been out of print for quite some time, so you'll probably have to go online and buy a used copy, said John Shaver, former owner of Shaver's Books. Your best bet, he said, is www.bookfinder.com
Savannah Morning News (United States),
Lowcountry Cuisine 2012 Spring Food Passions: Life's occasions (28 March 2012)
"A Piece of Cake" is currently out of print, but hardback and paperback editions can usually be found on the web's used-book and auction sites, such as Bookfinder
The Inquirer (United States),
The ABCs of College Textbooks (21 March 2012)
BookFinder.com is similar to Amazon, except that you can only find books there, 150 million books, to be exact. Head of BookFinder's Public Relations, Scott Laming, described the website as "a price comparison search engine, meaning that we search dozens of bookselling websites on behalf of our users and then sort these findings allowing the user to find the bookseller offering the best possible price for the book they require."
Ocala Star-Banner (United States),
Antiques column with John Sikorski (16 March 2012)
These books were left to me by a lawyer many years ago. Some date back to the 1700s... To check out the potential dollar value of your books, try www.bookfinder.com. Good luck
The Berkshire Eagle (United States),
Athenaeum to hold spring book sale (11 March 2012)
Paperbacks and many children's books will sell for 50 cents. Hardcovers start at $1. Newer titles will be available at slightly higher prices. Collectible books have been priced at a fraction of their cost on bookfinder.com.
Half Moon Bay Review (United States),
Bookshop Owner cherishes early Stanford 'Quad' (1 March 2012)
People likewise turn to the Internet for rare yearbooks. A search on Bookfinder.com turns up an 1895 copy on sale for $253.
Jutia Group (United States),
Take a Look at this Famous Value Investor's Multi-Billion Dollar Portfolio (28 February 2012)
If you want to get a sense of Klarman, check out his cult classic book, Margin of Safety. It's one of the most "insider" books out there. Be warned, though. It's pricey. The cheapest copy I found on bookfinder.com was $779
Chicago Tribune (United States),
Player association biggest hit with baseball glove collectors (20 January 2012)
Bookseller sites carry Bushing's price guides. Try www.abebooks.com, www.biblio.com, or www.bookfinder.com.
San Jose Mercury News (United States),
The Seasoned Collector (13 January 2012)
I found out about silhouettes nearly 35 years ago while serving as a volunteer at a fledgling historical society in the upstate New York village of Manlius. Blume J. Rifken, one of the board members, organized a display. She would go on to write an informative work, "Silhouettes in America, 1790-1840: A Collectors Guide" (Countryman Press). The now out-of-print resource is still available through www.bookfinder.com.
Modesto Bee (United States),
What would Karl Marx think? (11 January 2012)
According to another used-bookselling website, Bookfinder, the most-sought-after out-of-print book in 2011 was Madonna's "Sex."
FloridaToday.com (United States),
Help! Website, former shopkeeper can help with book appraisal (10 January 2012)
She says many book owners can start to evaluate their volumes by websites such as bookfinder.com
Fotoboksbokslut for ar 2011 (4 January 2012)
Nyligen har ocksa utkommit "The Latin American Photobook" och "Photographic Memory: The Album in the Age of Photography". De tva sistnamnda har jag bestallt pa natet, men de har inte anlant an. For den som ar intresserad att leta sjalv pa natet rekommenderar jag sajten "Bookfinder.com", den ar oslagbar.
BookFinder.com was previously known as "MX BookFinder," "MXBF," or "BookFinder." Some press mentions have been edited to reflect our current name.
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