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message 1: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne | 44 comments 9780007353859

Cover art here

http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/Titles...


message 2: by Banjomike (last edited Dec 25, 2012 05:58AM) (new)


message 3: by Mike (new)

Mike | 15 comments The following book has its cover art missing:

ISBN13: 9780441516049

Cover Art can be found here:

http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/pl.cgi?2...


message 4: by Banjomike (new)

Banjomike | 5530 comments done


message 5: by Gill (new)

Gill | 6 comments I have just put a picture of the cover of 0091784123 Stephen Fry's The Hippopotamus hardback copy which is missing on my public folder in my Dropbox, at normal resolution and 500 pixels high too. The cover scan is our own. I am not sure if this is the best place to put it for a librarian to add to the edition, if not please let me know where I can add it for you to access it.
I am new to this stuff and do not have a website of my own. Dropbox address is https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public and the account is Bookmooch journals.


message 6: by rivka, Librarian Moderator (new)

rivka | 42444 comments Mod
Can you link directly to the image?


message 7: by Gill (last edited Dec 26, 2012 09:00AM) (new)


message 8: by rivka, Librarian Moderator (new)

rivka | 42444 comments Mod
Maybe someone more familiar with Dropbox than I can figure out how to access the image, but I cannot.

You can also upload the image to your photos section here on GR: http://www.goodreads.com/photo/user/2...


message 9: by Arenda (new)

Arenda | 20219 comments 5 (and 7) done


message 10: by Gill (new)

Gill | 6 comments Will do that after dinner - haven't eaten for the 12 hours I have been up and working and my husband is yelling that dinner was ready 10 minutes ago!


message 11: by Banjomike (new)

Banjomike | 5530 comments rivka wrote: "Maybe someone more familiar with Dropbox than I can figure out how to access the image, but I cannot."

The trick seems to be have a freebie Dropbox account and to be logged in. Then when you click on a Dropbox URL you (usually) get to see what is on the end of it. And of course you also get to use Dropbox to backup your own stuff.


message 12: by Gill (new)

Gill | 6 comments Thank you Rivka!


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