Ordering Books from the Library

Most people know that you can go to your local library to order a book from another Library. What most people do NOT know is that the process is a lot quicker, and more fool-proof, if you give the Librarian the ISBN for the book. You can look that up on http://www.amazon.com. It's listed under "Product Details". Make sure you get the ISBN for all the editions and different versions. Hardbacks and paperbacks, for example, will have different ISBNs.

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