This is an issue lots of students may have experienced countless of times. It can be very frustrating trying to bear in mind that book you read on your childhood about the child whose family moved into a new estate and had to fight magical creatures that want a journal that he discovered containing information about all the mythical creatures (FWI: The Spiderwick Chronicles), or a certain textbook you came across in high school that perfectly clarified the laws of quantum physics. But hey, do not lose hope on finding that book just yet! There are various strategies to assist you in your search.
It is possible to ever actually underestimate the power of Google. Google is among the quickest and most dependable search engines online. You will find absolutely anything there. In 2015 Google launched another site named Google Books Library Project that works as a particular search engine only for books! Additionally, it makes the whole text from many books searchable. When you look for a key word or phrase in a book, the Search Engine Results Page (SERP) yields basic bibliographic information about the book and relevant snippets of context around the key words. If a book is out of copyright, then you may read and download the entire book. Occasionally publishers give permission for their books (or parts of them) to be available on Google Books — including popular ones. Here are a few hints when attempting to find a book on Google Books;