Dating Advice (United States),
A Search Engine Where Romantic Bibliophiles Can Find the Perfect Addition to Any Library? (29 November 2016)
The perfect gift takes finesse and legwork to pull off. First, you have to come up with something your loved one wants, and then you have to find it. Sometimes, that dream gift proves difficult to track down in the real world. For booklovers, BookFinder.com, a search engine for rare books, provides a shortcut to personalized presents
New York Magazine (United States),
What Should I Gift a Gourmand? (17 November 2016)
I like the idea of getting something exclusive or rare. What's the best gift along those lines that you've ever received? Vintage cookbooks are amazing. You can find them at a used bookshop, AbeBooks, BookFinder, or even Amazon. There are so many cool ones out there. I love all those '70s American editions of old French books that are freaking amazing to look at, like Modern French Culinary Art by Henri-Paul Pellaprat, and The New International Confectioner by Wilfred Fance.
Lancaster Farming (United States),
Tips for Vintage, Rare Book Collecting (10 September 2016)
For pricing, Smalter turns to websites such as www.bookfinder.com, since it aggregates information from numerous other sites. Too many inexperienced people sell on sites like eBay and Amazon, and therefore search results on those sites may not be a reliable barometer of accurate pricing, according to Smalter. He said general-public sites like these also do nothing to screen sellers for accuracy or even basic ethics.
ODU Mace & Crown (United States),
Before Checking the College Bookstore, Check the Internet (19 August 2016)
For students willing to put in the research, there are also many websites available that exist just to compare textbook prices like BookFinder. For the top results, it's best to use multiple comparison tools as some might have access to resources that the others do not.
Traverse City Record Eagle (United States),
It's time for college students to prepare (2 August 2016)
The list of required textbooks for fall classes should be available, and now is a great time to compare costs. There are many choices when shopping, whether to buy new or used, rent or get an e-book, if available. Some of the popular online sites are chegg.com, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com. There is even a website that helps you compare costs, bookfinder.com
U.S. News & World Report (United States),
Weigh 3 Factors When Making a Law School Budget (28 July 2016)
Because many law schools have similar first-year curriculums, students may go outside of their own school to find discounted text books, but the books may not necessarily be the right version, says Rahman. "Make sure it's the right edition." She also encourages students to look online for cheaper books at sites such as BookFinder.com and lawbooksforless.com.
The State (United States),
Columbia readers: Get ready for some deals on books! (21 July 2016)
Used book sales also are often the only place to find popular works that are no longer in print, such as Norman Dixonis On the Psychology of Military Incompetence, which, according to the web site www.boofinder.com was the most searched for out-of-print book in 2014.
West Plains Daily Quill (United States),
Book sale at Thomasville (15 July 2016)
Thomasville Library will have a back-to-school book sale August 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, and 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On sale will be several old titles for ages baby to teen. Some of these titles list for up to $75 on bookfinder.com. These titles will sell separately from the regular 15-cent paperback and 25-cent hardcover books.
Georgia State Signal (United States),
Top five Georgia State hacks for students (17 June 2016)
Don't spend that dime, go online: Amazon, Chegg, BookFinder.com, Valore Books, Rakuten.com, and Half.com are just a couple of website options with discounted book prices. Both rental and purchases take a week or two to arrive, so make sure you order in advance, to stay on track with your classes!
Deal Crunch (United States),
BookFinder.com: Why Bibliophiles Still Flock to 'the Google of Dead Books' to Find the Right Book (10 June 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 (United States),
Way back when in Wayne County (9 May 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.
Geek Dad (United States),
Why Doesn't Jon Snow Know Anything? (6 May 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 (United States),
Paul Sparkes: Etiquette lesson (2 May 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 (United States),
Sex Sells: Top Out-of-Print Books in America (29 April 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 (United States),
International: the top 100 titles most sought after (29 April 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.
Houston Chronicle (United States),
Most sought-after out-of-print books (26 April 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.
AARP.org (United States),
Turn Your Old Books Into Money (13 April 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 (United States),
Time for spring migrants in the mountains (23 March 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).
TH Online (United States),
Lincoln-Poe photograph a fake (14 February 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
Daily Finance (United States),
11 Ways to Save Big on College Textbooks (2 February 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.
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