Summer is officially here and though it might look different, that only emphasizes why you deserve an escape into a great book. Are you ready to dive into an engaging read, but need some direction? Look no further! We have compiled six ideas to help you find what to read next this summer!
Itching to read a good page-turner? Just finish the final book in a multi-volume series? Need to make a vetted suggestion for your next book club? Here are five great book ideas on how to find your next read…
While there are many excellent chemistry books to choose from, it can be a daunting task to know where to start and which are worth your time and energy. We’ve taken all the guesswork out for you and compiled a list of the 15 most searched chemistry books of 2021.
An ISBN is an International Standard Book Number, found on every published book and contains a series of unique numbers.
‘An ISBN is assigned to each separate edition and variation (except reprintings) of a publication.’ Wikipedia
The ISBN is usually found on the back of a book and is accompanied with a barcode.
So, why do you need to know the difference between ISBN 10 and ISBN 13?
Whether you have grand old hardcover books or first edition classics, it is important to know their value so that you can both correctly insure them or sell them. Old books can be very valuable, if in a good condition. If you wonder, ‘where can I sell my old books?‘, Bookscouter has the answer.
We’ve rounded up the 10 most popular biology textbooks amongst US students so far this year, chosen for how often they’ve been searched on Google (based on Google search volume data). We also included digital textbooks in our list. To be considered, each book had to be frequently searched on BookScouter. We’ve eliminated copies and outdated editions; access card lookups stats were also properly processed.