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This page allows users to search for multiple sources for a book given the 10- or 13-digit ISBN number. Spaces and dashes in the ISBN number do not matter. In Wikipedia, numbers preceded by "ISBN" link directly to this page.

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This page links to catalogs of libraries, booksellers, and other book sources where you will be able to search for the book with ISBN. If you arrived at this page by clicking an ISBN number link in a Wikipedia page, then the links below (those labeled "find this book") search for the specific book using that ISBN number. Enter another ISBN number in the ISBN search form to change the search links below. Spaces and dashes in the ISBN number do not matter. Note: The number starts after the colon for "ISBN-10:" and "ISBN-13:" numbers. 

Notes

  • An ISBN identifies a specific edition of a book. Any given title may therefore have a number of different ISBNs. See xISBN below for finding other editions.
  • An ISBN registration, even one corresponding to a book page on a major book distributor database, is not definite proof that such a book actually exists. A title may have been cancelled or postponed after the ISBN was assigned. Both ISBN and other registration have been abused in attempted hoaxes on Wikipedia in the past, so check to see if the book exists or not.
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Online text

For verifying citations in Wikipedia articles, and finding more info. These sites can search within some books, and show some or all pages of some books. See digital libraries also.

Online databases

Metasearch engines for online databases

  • Find this book at Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog, metasearch engine addressing many of the databases linked here, including all national libraries as above, and also some major commercial booksellers.

General search engines

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United States

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Asia

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China, People's Republic

Hong Kong, S.A.R. of China

Iran

Universities and colleges
Public libraries

Israel

Japan

Korea

Macau, S.A.R. of China

Malaysia

Philippines

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Singapore

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Thailand

Australasia and Oceania

Australia

New Zealand

Public libraries
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Europe

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" Library Sofia University Online catalogue

Central Research and Technical Library Online Bibliographic search (in English)

American University in Bulgaria Online catalogue

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Iceland

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Portugal

Romania

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Serbia

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Sweden

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Turkey

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Individual online booksellers

Electronic Reference Library

Lists of book sources focused on other languages

The links under the language names displayed on the table below are driving to other book sources available on other linguistic editions of Wikipedia.

  • All the existing ISBN-10 prefixes are also remapped into ISBN-13 using the "978-" EAN/UCC prefix for all new publications, and this EAN space is still the one used by most publishers.
  • Newer prefixes, used only in ISBN-13, have already started to be allocated into the "979-" EAN/UCC prefix.
ISBN Prefix Ranges Wikipedia
0
1
English
(this page)
2
979-10
French
3 German
4 (Japan) Japanese
5 (Russia, former USSR) Russian
7 (China, PR)
957/986 (Taiwan, ROC)
962/988 (Hong Kong, SAR)
981 (Singapore)
99937 (Macau, SAR)
Chinese
80 (Czech Republic) Czech
83 (Poland) Polish
84 (Spain)
950 (Argentina)
956 (Chile)
958 (Colombia)
959 (Cuba)
968/970 (Mexico)
980 (Venezuela)
Spanish
85 (Brasil)
972 (Portugal)
Portuguese
86 (Serbia, Montenegro) Serbian
86 (former Yugoslavia)
953 (Croatia)
Croatian
86 (former Yugoslavia)
961 (Slovenia)
Slovenian
87 Danish
88 Italian
89 Korean
ISBN Prefix Ranges Wikipedia
90 Dutch
91 Swedish
92 International organizations (multilingual)
93 (India) Hindi
93 (India)
955 (Sri Lanka)
Tamil
951/952 (Finland) Finnish
953 Bulgarian
955 (Sri Lanka) Sinhalese
960 Greek
963 Hungarian
964/600 (Iran) Persian
965 (Israel) Hebrew
966 (Ukraine) Ukrainian
967 (Malaysia) Malay
969 (Pakistan) Pashto
971 (Philippines) Tagalog
973 (Romania) Romanian
974 (Thailand) Thai
975/9944/605 (Turkey) Turkish
976 (Caribbean Community) See English, Spanish...
977 (Egypt)
978 (Nigeria)
9960/603 (Saudi Arabia)
9931/9947/9961(Algeria)
Arabic
979 (Indonesia) Indonesian
982 (South Pacific) See English, French, ...
984 (Bangladesh) Bangla
Welsh

A complete list of the ISBN prefix ranges is available on the official ISBN web site.

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