What is an ISBN?

The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a 10- or 13-digit number used for identification. An ISBN is unique to every book, so it is the best way to find the exact edition of the book you're looking for.

What is an ISBN?
Where can you find the ISBN on a book?

The ISBN is always found on the back cover, near the bar code. It will also be listed inside the book, on the same page as the copyright and publisher information. It is always labeled ISBN (e.g. ISBN 978-0-307-58836-4). To search by ISBN, simply type the 10 or 13 digits into the search box. Do not include dashes or spaces.

More Information

If you still cannot find the answer to your question, please contact us. Our Customer Support representatives will make every effort to respond to your message within 24 hours.

International Editions

Looking for cheap books? International edition textbooks are very affordable textbooks that have been published outside the US.

About Us

CollegeXpres.com was formed in order to provide you with an inexpensive alternative to the outrageous bookstore prices. We are able to offer you a remarkable break on the bookstore prices by providing you similar textbooks that are printed in foreign countries.

What is an ISBN?

An ISBN is a 10 or 13-digit number that identifies a specific book or edition. Use it to buy the books you need for school.