Some students are under the mistaken impression that the ISBN is used only to classify textbooks. However, this number is used in selling all kinds of books.
An ISBN is an International Standard Book Number, found on every published book and contains a series of unique numbers.
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The ISBN is the main identifier for your books online, so what do you do when your books don’t have an ISBN? We have a tool to help, and here’s how to use it.
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