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Is the international version of a textbook the same?

Is the international version of a textbook the same?

An International Edition textbook is simply the international counterpart to a US Edition. Most international editions have slightly different covers, many have different ISBNs on the outside covers (although some have the same ISBN as the US edition on the inside), but are still printed on high-quality paper.

Why are international edition textbooks cheaper?

Q – Why are international edition textbooks so much cheaper? A – Publishers often offer products at a different cost internationally than domestically. This can translate into different prices for different versions of the product.

What is the difference between first and second edition books?

In publishing terms, an edition is technically all copies of a book that were printed from the same setting of type and the book is only described as a second edition if substantial changes are made to the copy. It is common to see booksellers describe these later first editions as a ‘first edition thus. ‘

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How do I find the latest edition of a book?

Quite often your lecturer will recommend a specific edition or the “most up to date” edition. To find this, search for the book on the Library Catalogue and then sort the results by date – the most recently published edition will be at or near the top of the list….

What age are Little Golden Books for?

The price of Little Golden Books rose to 29¢ in 1962. Western introduced a line of Big Little Golden Books for slightly older children aged five and up. Some titles from this series range from brand new stories (such as The House That Had Enough) to reprints (such as The Monster at the End of This Book).

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How many Little Golden Books are there?

655 Titles

What children’s books are worth?

11 of the most valuable kids’ books of all time

  • The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.
  • The Peter Pan Portfolio by J.M. Barrie.
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum.
  • The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.
  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
  • Wow what a collection! Which book is your favourite? Let us know by leaving a comment, below!