[bksvol-discuss] Re: "Water" validation

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 18:19:12 -0800 (PST)

Actually, Kellie, sometimes books do have have two
ISBN numbers, but it indicates in small print what
they are. For example, My Friend Rabbit included the
ISBN number for the library binding and the one for
the trade edition. The book looked to me as if it were
the traded edition, even though it was in the library,
so that is the one I put in the ISBN space when I
submitted it. Since both were in  on the copyright
page, though I left them there. 

I've seen ISBN numbers for pbk edition and trade
edition in the same book, also. There could be more,
too, I suppose if the publisher wanted to inlcude the
one for LP edition if there were one.



--- Kellie Hartmann <hart0421@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Robert,
> I've never seen more than one ISBN number in the
> same book. If there is more
> than one edition of the book each edition will have
> its own ISBn, but that
> doesn't matter. Just use the one in the book you
> have. If there are other
> numbers they're probably Library of Congress catalog
> numbers etc. And if you
> find a book that's weird and confusing and appears
> to have ISBns, you don't
> actually have to enter one at all, they're optional
> for Bookshare
> submission.
> Kellie

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