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What is an ISBN?
ISBN is the acronym forInternationalStandardBookNumber.
This 10 or 13-digit number identifies a specific book, an
edition of a book, or a book-like product (such as an
audiobook). Since 1970 each published book has a unique ISBN. In
2007, assigned ISBNs changed from 10 digits to 13.
Finding the ISBN Number On a Book
On most books, the ISBN number can be found on the back cover,
next to the barcode. If a book doesn't show the ISBN on the back
cover, look on the page featuring the copyright and publisher
information and the ISBN will be found there.
ISBN on the back cover:
ISBN on the copyright page:
numbers were introduced in 1970. Any book printed before 1970
an assigned ISBN.
Why Search by ISBN
ISBNs are useful when looking for a specific printing of a book.
A student, for example, can search by ISBN to find the correct
edition of atextbookfor
Books will have a different ISBN number for the softcover
version than for the hardcover edition. The ISBN will also vary
depending on the country of publication. A popular book that has
been reprinted numerous times over the years will have many
different ISBN numbers - one for each publication. If you are
looking for a specific edition, binding or even cover art of a
certain title, knowing the ISBN will be extremely helpful when
searching for the book.