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The New University, More Bang for Your Books (December 10, 2010)

These are not the only places to sell your books, though. For those willing to risk mailing them, Bookfinder.com will actually compare the amount that a variety of online companies are willing to pay. The highest offer I got for my Quantum Mechanics book is $58.78 from Amazon.com in the form of a gift card (all of the other sites offer cash). This is just under 40 percent of the cost for a new book.

The Apache Pow Wow, The price is right: the search for textbooks (December 2, 2010)

According to topsite.com/best/textbooks.com, these are the top five websites when buying or renting textbooks on the Internet.Number four, Bookfinder.com, is a book shopping search engine, plus a search of 12 directories of used, rare, and out of print booksellers, searches for new and used books.

Coin News, ERIC II: The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins Now Available (November 30, 2010)

Lovers of classical Rome along with legions of coin collectors helped drive 2005.s "Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins" to an unlikely Top Ten position in the most sought after out-of-print books in America according to Bookfinder.com the news of which was then brought to national attention in an article in the Christian Science Monitor.

The Examiner, Nora Roberts' Promise Me Tomorrow reappears on Bookfinder 2010 most wanted list (November 21, 2010)

For the past eight years, Bookfinder.com, a website preferred by many who seek hard-to-find books, has published its list of the 100 most wanted out of print titles. Nora Roberts. readers will not be surprised to learn that her 1984 novel Promise Me Tomorrow appears yet again among the titles heading the Fall 2010

Auction Bytes, BookFinder.com Shopping Engine Launches Spanish-Language Site (November 8, 2010)

BookFinder.com, a global price comparison search engine for new, used and out-of-print books, has launched a Spanish translation of its website to better serve Spanish speakers. BookFinder.com helps users to search for books from a large number of online booksellers and marketplaces, including IberLibro.com, a major marketplace for books in Spain, and hundreds of independent online booksellers from Latin America. Users can click on a link on the homepage, and the website's text is converted into Spanish.

Americana Exchange, BookFinder Issues List of the 100 Most Sought After Books (November 1, 2010)

However, that does not mean the BookFinder list consists of the most popular titles or the most valuable. They are something in between. The most popular, more recent books don't make the list as they are not hard to locate. No one needs to search for them. The highly expensive, collectible books don't make the cut either as few people are looking for these. What we find are books that are both popular and difficult to locate.

The Oregonian, Blast from the Past (October 25, 2010)

This surely was not the kind of reaction Borg hoped his life story would provoke. It seems Bjorn Borg, One Hundred Per Cent quickly found its way to the dollar bin in Sweden and perhaps never made it into English translation. (A quick search of Google and Bookfinder.com offers up no evidence of a 1990s Borg autobiography.)

Western Australia Today (Australia), Little sex with Madonna (October 17, 2010)

THE bookfinder.com website has produced a list of the most sought-after out-of-print titles in the US. Top this year is Sex by Madonna, that 1992 collection of explicit-ish pics of the singer. Bookfinder reckons Madonna's book will never be republished because "she is never one to do something twice". Nor will Promise me Tomorrow by Nora Roberts, an early novel the romance writer has discouraged people from reading. But the site reckons there could be new life in Old Southern Apples and Aran Knitting

New York Times, Rare Books About New York (October 17, 2010)

Many of the best nonfiction titles are out of print, and difficult to find. Once upon a time, you had to haunt out-of-print bookstores for years, and certainly there is nothing more wonderful than time spent wandering among old books. But now you can go online to sources like AbeBooks.com and BookFinder.com.

The Daily Telegraph (United Kingdom), Literary Life (October 17, 2010)

Bookfinder.com.s annual survey of the most sought after out-of-print titles is topped, as usual, by Madonna's rude photograph book, Sex. Don Graf's Basic Building Data: 10,000 Timeless Construction Facts is in fourth place suggesting that many homeless folk are considering building their own. While the list contains a lot of nonsense, for example Fly Fishing by JR Hartley, works by literary greats also feature: it might be worth checking your bookshelves for (valuable) copies of Dennis Potter's much-coveted Ticket To Ride, Norman Mailer's Marilyn: A Biography, Arthur Koestler's The Act of Creation and CS Lewis's The Allegory of Love.

Sheppards Confidential (United Kingdom), Bookfinder.com's Top 100 Out of Print but Still in Demand titles (October 15, 2010)

Making lists can be fascinating. Bookfinder's Top 100 Out of Print but still in demand titles for the last twelve months has produced some interesting titles. Top of the list is Madonna 'Sex' but the one result which will resonate with all our UK readers is 'Flyfishing' by J R Hartley. This fictional title first appeared in 1983 for a yellow Pages advertisement. But a decade later the title did appear in print... and now appears at number 90.

Voice of San Diego, Morning Report: A Plan to Offer a Plan (October 14, 2010)

Finally, bookfinder.com is out with a list of the 100 most-requested out-of-print books. No. 33 is a familiar one to San Diegans: it's the book that inspired the movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," based on the time that author Cameron Crowe spent undercover attending classes at our very own Clairemont High School. Copies of the book are now selling for about $65. If you've got one, you should feel just like Jeff Spicoli: totally stoked.

Book Brunch (United Kingdom), J R Hartley in demand again (October 11, 2010)

Michael Russell's spoof memoir FLY FISHING BY J R HARTLEY, commissioned in response to a celebrated Yellow Pages ad about an author's search for a copy of his own book, has itself become a sought-after item. Bookfinder.com, which tracked the 100 most sought after out-of-print books in America over the past year, has listed Fly Fishing at number 90.

Brisbane Times (Australia), Little sex with Madonna (October 9, 2010)

The bookfinder.com website has produced a list of the most sought-after out-of-print titles in the US. Top this year is Sex by Madonna, that 1992 collection of explicit-ish pics of the singer. Bookfinder reckons Madonna's book will never be republished because "she is never one to do something twice". Nor will Promise me Tomorrow by Nora Roberts, an early novel the romance writer has discouraged people from reading. But the site reckons there could be new life in Old Southern Apples and Aran Knitting.

MMC News, Top 100 most sought-after out-of-print books in 2010 (October 8, 2010)

Some books go out of print and simply disappear. But others stay in demand long after their publishers have ceased to print them. Some are collectible, others are unusual, and many are just plain useful. Bookfinder.com annually prints a list of the 100 most sought-after out-of-print books in America over the past year.

Christian Science Monitor, Top 100 most sought-after out-of-print books in 2010 (October 6, 2010)

Some books go out of print and simply disappear. But others stay in demand long after their publishers have ceased to print them. Some are collectible, others are unusual, and many are just plain useful. Bookfinder.com annually prints a list of the 100 most sought-after out-of-print books in America over the past year.

Houston Chronicle, 100 most wanted out-of-print books, and Sex (October 4, 2010)

In fact, the number one book on the Bookfinder.com list -- Madonna's Sex -- is a book I remember quite well. When it arrived in the newsroom of the Philadelphia Inquirer, where I was working in 1992, EVERBODY crowded around that one lone copy to see the reigning Queen of Pop's nude pics.

All Business, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (September 1, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

Grand Forks Daily Herald, Keep back-to-school costs from emptying wallet (August 31, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

San Jose Mercury News, Keep back-to-school costs from emptying wallet (August 30, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

Bellingham Herald, Keep back-to-school costs from emptying wallet (August 24, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

The Modesto Bee, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (August 23, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

Raleigh News Observer, Keep back-to-school costs from emptying wallet (August 23, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

The Modesto Bee, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (August 23, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

Raleigh News Observer, Keep back-to-school costs from emptying wallet (August 23, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

Baltimore Sun, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (August 20, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

KFOR Oklahoma, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (August 20, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

Baltimore Sun, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (August 20, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

KFOR Oklahoma, Money tips to make back-to-school affordable (August 20, 2010)

As of July, federal law requires colleges to give advance notice of required textbooks and prices in course schedules so that students have time to shop around. Many college students buy discounted books through Half.com, Bookfinder.com and Amazon.com. Even private high school students who must buy their own books are finding deals through Amazon.

The Crimson White, Websites offer cheaper books (August 17, 2010)

Five books covering a wide variety of subjects from the SUPe Store.s Tutwiler location totaled $469.30 without taxes. Using BookFinder.com the same books totaled $184.09, including shipping. That is a total savings of $285.21.

The Crimson White, Websites offer cheaper books (August 17, 2010)

Five books covering a wide variety of subjects from the SUPe Store's Tutwiler location totaled $469.30 without taxes. Using BookFinder.com the same books totaled $184.09, including shipping. That is a total savings of $285.21.

New University, More Bang for Your Books (August 13, 2010)

These are not the only places to sell your books, though. For those willing to risk mailing them, Bookfinder.com will actually compare the amount that a variety of online companies are willing to pay. The highest offer I got for my Quantum Mechanics book is $58.78 from Amazon.com in the form of a gift card (all of the other sites offer cash). This is just under 40 percent of the cost for a new book.

Live Hindustan (India), Education in the Cyber Classroom (July 29, 2010)

To find tutorials on various subjects through the student can then book finder.

Examiner, Finding low cost textbooks for classes at desert community colleges (June 30, 2010)

Bookfinder.com is a useful search engine for students as it compiles results from many bookstores and gives those results on one page. No more visiting each online bookstore to find the lowest priced textbooks. In a recent search at Bookfinder, a current political science book search resulted in prices of $ 5.50 for a new book and a mere $3.95 for a used textbook. This book costs almost $70 at Follet.com.

LA Times, Los Angeles in 7 days, including Southern California (June 24, 2010)

I.ve been looking for a copy of .Los Angeles in 7 Days. since my friend Carolyn Strickler, former head of The Times. History Center, showed me a copy of the 1932 book. Bookfinder has a few copies.

Maine Antique Digest, A Tough Task: A review of "J.E.Buttersworth: 19th Century Marine Painter" (June 22, 2010)

There are inexpensive alternatives: Kathryn H. Campbell's The Thomas and James Buttersworth Collection from the Penobscot Marine Museum (2000) and Richard Grassby's Ship, Sea & Sky: The Marine Art of James Edward Buttersworth (1994). Copies are available for under $20. Try BookFinder.com.

The Telegraph, Best culture websites (May 20, 2010)

Tod Lippy (editor, Esopus): .If you.re a book lover, you.re probably already aware of Bookfinder, an appealingly stripped-down search engine that gives you access to over 150 million books available for sale online. If you.re a serious collector, you can narrow your search by looking only for, say, first editions and/or signed copies. And it displays results sorted by price, so it.s easy to find a good deal.especially if you.re willing to live with a little edgewear.

Utne Reader, The Utne Reader Guest Blogger Link Fest (May 18, 2010)

Tod Lippy (editor, Esopus): .If you.re a book lover, you.re probably already aware of Bookfinder, an appealingly stripped-down search engine that gives you access to over 150 million books available for sale online. If you.re a serious collector, you can narrow your search by looking only for, say, first editions and/or signed copies. And it displays results sorted by price, so it.s easy to find a good deal.especially if you.re willing to live with a little edgewear.

New University, More Bang for Your Books (May 10, 2010)

These are not the only places to sell your books, though. For those willing to risk mailing them, Bookfinder.com will actually compare the amount that a variety of online companies are willing to pay.

Toronto Star (Canada), Worst Moms: What is it with our fascination with the underbelly of motherhood (April 13, 2010)

And Bookfinder.com's list of the 10 Worst Mothers in Literature features scary fairy-tale moms and freaky horror-novel moms alike.

The Telegraph (United Kingdom), Want to commit suicide? Google will try to persuade you not to (April 5, 2010)

I buy far too many second-hand books (bookfinder.com means I can track down and order pretty much any book I want within minutes). (note: comment "Thank you for putting me on to Bookfinder.com -- I've just found a book that I've been looking for for 30 years!)

Portsmouth Herald, Trust your instincts and leave (March 27, 2010)

You can obtain the "The Gift Of Fear," new or used copy, at your public library, local bookstore, and online sources. Among many, those include www.amazon.com, www.abebooks.com, and www.bookfinder.com.

Northwest Explorer, A Rousing Welcome for New Goose (March 25, 2010)

Barbara Tidyman, volunteer and retired journalist, manages the bookshop and sells books inside. "Our first sale was two rare books to a bookseller. For rare and collectible books, we use Bookfinder.com to find the true value. Then we price our books about one-half to two-thirds off," she said.

Star Telegram, Solutions for consumers (March 24, 2010)

You can obtain the "The Gift Of Fear," new or used copy, at your public library, local bookstore, and online sources. Among many, those include www.amazon.com, www.abebooks.com, and www.bookfinder.com.

Sacramento Bee, Between the Lines: Spring Reading (February 22, 2010)

You have a book in mind, but you don't know where to find it. You may know the author but not the title, or vice versa. It could be obscure or out of print. OK, how about the Wordsworth Classics edition of Thomas Hardy's "Jude the Obscure"? I entered that into the 150 million-title database at www.bookfinder.com and came up with a list of inter-national sources that sell it new (11 copies) and used (26 copies). Caution: The shipping cost is often more than the price of the book.

The Post and Courier, Build your own library to aid search (February 21, 2010)

Check with genealogy buddies or reference librarians to ensure the books you note are what you expect before purchasing them. If you can't afford to buy a book new, visit BookFinder.com and check the used book titles periodically to see if it shows up.

Hays Daily News, Gonzales commentary: A few must reeds (January 17, 2010)

So once I got past that annoying Kindle ad on Amazon, I was able to confirm what I found at BookFinder.com, another favorite Web site. At BookFinder I ran across what I thought was a favorite book of mine from my high school days. All I had to go on was it was written by Ernie Pyle, a famous World War II correspondent.

Fairbanks Daily News Miner, Used book sales can be a repository for the strange and wonderful (January 11, 2010)

My book-hunting site of choice is BookFinder.com, since it is so comprehensive. It searches most of the big databases, including AbeBooks, Powell's Books, Alibris, and Amazon.com. BookFinder also includes fuller descriptions of the books' conditions. Take a British children's book featured in the latest Weird Books section of AbeBooks: Angela Royston's "Why Do I Vomit?" The plaintive cover inspired recollection of my dentistry book, but I won't buy it from AbeBooks, where Royston's tome is listed from 25.48-31.65 pounds sterling. That's $40.69-$50.76, but at BookFinder it's only $4.74.

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