EDITION: We sort our books by the ISBN (10-digit unique number) of each book. So when you see our listing, the edition will generally match the information posted. Sometimes it is necessary to list this ISBN; that is why it is important to fully read the entire listing. In particular, look for any notes about editions and copyright dates.
CDs AND FLOPPY DISKS: We try to make sure to list in the comments section if a disc is included with the book or not. If the comments do not specify, the book does *not* usually include a CD or floppy.
STUDY GUIDES: Unless specifically noted otherwise in the comments, we sell study guides and textbooks separately. A textbook from us will *not* include the study guide.
BOOK CONDITION: We sort our books by condition according to the following guidelines:
Like New - Undamaged cover, no missing pages, all pages undamaged (no creases or tears), no underlining/highlighting of text, no damage to binding, no writing in margins. (Could easily be mistaken for brand new.)
Very Good - Doesn't look brand new but has no easily noticeable damage to the cover, no missing pages, all pages undamaged (no creases or tears), minimal underlining/highlighting of text (perhaps on a few pages), no writing in margins, very minimal identifying marks inside cover, very minimal wear and tear. May have library stamps and markings.
Good - Very minimal damage to the cover (no holes or tears, only minimal scuff marks), dust jacket not necessarily included, minimal wear to binding, majority of pages undamaged (minimal creases or tears), highlighting/underling acceptable on textbooks as long as text readable and it is not an excessive amount, no missing pages.
Acceptable - Some damage to the cover but integrity still intact, binding slightly damaged but integrity still intact, possible writing in margins, possible underlining and highlighting of text, no missing pages. (Item beaten up a bit but it works.)
Ex-Library - Some books have been in public or private library collections in the past. We try to identify them in the description. Ex-library books may contain typical library markings on the cover, spine, inside pages, and page edges as well as various stickers or attachments.
If an item has some unusual type of damage, such as water damage or a binding so badly damaged that it is falling apart, it should be noted in the comments.
RETURNS/REFUNDS: If you order a book from us and have any problems with it, send it back to us and we will refund you in full, per our 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed Policy.