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FetchBook.Info, a new and used book search engine, searches one hundred and forty-five book stores and sixty thousand sellers in seconds, helping you find new and used books. Locate titles by author, title, keyword, ISBN or advanced search. FetchBook.Info allows easy result sorting by total cost including shipping, availability, discount, or store rating.
Novelist Plus is great for both the fiction and nonfiction reader. Discover your next book by using author or title read-alikes or find books by genre, location, reading level, storyline, subject, tone or writing style. Novelist Plus enhances the reading experience offering resources such as award and notable guides, book discussions, book talks and picture book extenders.
The Online Books Page indexes and links to more than a million free books on the web. Most of the books are older and out of copyright titles. Books can be located by searching by author, title and subject.
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The Internet’s own library, the Internet Archive is a digital library of internet sites and cultural artifacts such as audio recordings, movies, music concerts and texts, software and archived web pages. This digital library offers permanent and free access for researchers, historians, and scholars.
WorldCat searches the holdings of more than 10,000 participating libraries worldwide and indexes more than 1.5 billion articles, books, CDs, and DVDs. Searches can be narrowed by ZIP code, year, language, format and audience as well as title, author and keyword. WorldCat is particularly useful in locating out of print materials.