When I want to search for a book I try to pick out one word or part of a word that is pretty unique in either the title or author. I have found it's easier to do it that way than to search by author's name or title name because it could be spelled incorrectly. If I can't find something unique then I pick the most unusual word in the title or author's name and then if I get lots of results, I just control-F and place a word in the find box and keep hitting enter until I find or don't find it. If I were looking for the book A Hunting We Will Go by Steven Kellogg I would probably search by putting the word hunting in the search box. Kellogg might be a good choice unless the last name got spelled wrong. When I put hunting in the search, I come up with 26 books. It is easy for me to scroll down to see if the book is there but a person without sight could do Control-F and put Steve in the search box. You'd only find The Hunting Wind by Steve Hamilton. If I had come up with no results under hunting I would probably have gone ahead and done a second search on Kellogg, in which case I came up with four results, none Steven. To be absolutely sure I did a search on Steven, which came up with 205 results. I would do Control-F and search for hunting on all five of the results pages. Jamie in Michigan Currently Reading - But I survived / Tadeusz Sobolewicz Sign Language Products for Children including DVDs, Flash Cards, Books and More!