What's The Name of That Book??? discussion


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message 1: by Summer (new)

Summer | 35 comments I was recently searching for a book and posted a thread about it in this group. I tried searching here and on Amazon without success. What worked for me was visiting the Library of Congress website and selecting the "Subject browse" option. I searched "grandparents" and then selected the heading grandparents-fiction, children's listings and sorted by date published. I easily found the book I was looking for. I have accessed the Library of Congress website before, of course, but never noticed the "Subject browse" option. I hope this tip helps someone else.

message 2: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (LisaVegan) | 1383 comments Summer, Thanks for that tip!

message 3: by Summer (new)

Summer | 35 comments No problem.

message 4: by Becky (last edited Nov 28, 2011 02:18AM) (new)

Becky (moonserenity) | 28 comments This didn't work for me, I'm looking for a book on a affair, so I typed in affair and got hundreds of results that were different languages. Then I tried 'pottery' as the book involves pottery and had the same problem :(

message 5: by Jessa (new)

Jessa | 3 comments This worked for me. Thank you so much!!

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