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The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a numerical commercial book ID intended to be unique. [a] [b] Publishers purchase ISBNs from subsidiaries of international ISBN institutions. [1] Individual editions and variations (excluding reprints) of publications are assigned ISBNs. For example, eBooks, paperbacks, and hardcovers in the same book have different ISBNs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is having an ISBN necessary?

An ISBN is not required. But most significantly, if you wish to sell your book through big bookselling chains or online shops, they will want you to have an ISBN to support their internal processing and ordering processes. It will also make your book look more professional.

Is it legal to sell books without ISBNs?

Don’t panic; you can still sell your book via BookScouter even if it doesn’t appear to have an ISBN. There is a helpful search feature on the website. Enter the title, author, and publication date of the book you’ve already researched in the space provided.

What are the advantages of having an ISBN?

Among the advantages of ISBN are: The ISBN is a distinctive global identifier for monographic publications; by allocating a number instead of handling lengthy bibliographic descriptive entries, time and staff resources are conserved, and copying errors are decreased

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