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Book Distribution Partners

As is evidenced below, our distribution of ISBN books is to a truly global network of retail bookstores and international and U.S. publishing partners.
Here are a few important ones that we would like to highlight:, Inc.

  1. Headquartered in Seattle, USA, multi-national book retailer Amazon is one of the most important online venues for the modern book trade, with bookselling outlets across the globe. When you publish with us your book will automatically be available through the entire Amazon retail family;
  2. Your book will qualify for Amazon's Search Inside Program and FREE Super Saver Shipping to help you sell more books to your readers.

      • Websites: Amazon USA, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Japan, China

Barnes & Noble
  1. Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE:BKS) is the world's largest brick and mortar bookseller, operating over 700 bookstores in all 50 U.S. States;
  2. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, also operates over 600 college bookstores serving over 4-1/2 million students and faculty members at colleges and universities across the United States;
  3. Barnes & Noble conducts its online business through, one of the Web's largest e-commerce sites;
  4. Through Barnes & Noble’s NOOK™ eReading product offering, customers can buy and read digital books and content on the widest range of platforms, including NOOK devices, partner company products, and the most popular mobile and computing devices using free NOOK software.

      • Websites: Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Barnes & Noble NOOK Bookstore

  1. The second largest book retailer in the United States, with headquarters in Birmingham, Alabama;
  2. Books-A-Million operates over 200 stores in more than 20 states and the District of Columbia;
  3. The Company operates large superstores under the names Books-A-Million and Books & Co. and traditional bookstores operating under the names Bookland and Books-A-Million.

      • Website: Books-A-Million

  1. The premier online marketplace for independent sellers of new and used books, music, and movies, as well as rare and collectible titles.

      • Website: Alibris

Chapters Indigo
  1. Canada's biggest bookstore with locations across the country including Toronto, Halifax, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and more.

      • Website: Chapters Indigo

Powell's Books
  1. Based in Portland, Oregon, Powell's Books is the largest independent bookseller of used and new books in the world;
  2. They carry an extensive collection of out of print rare, and technical titles.

      • Website: Powell's Books

Abe Books
  1. AbeBooks (formerly the Advanced Book Exchange) is an online marketplace for books;
  2. Most books listed are used books, many are rare or out-of-print, and a growing number are new books;
  3. The company is based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, with offices in Düsseldorf, Germany, and the US.

      • Website: Abe Books

  1. England's leading brick and mortar booksellers, with locations in most UK cities and stocking millions of books covering every subject.

      • Website: Waterstones

  1. WHSmith is one of the UK’s leading retailers and aims to be its most popular bookseller, stationer and newsagent;
  2. They have over 500 High Street stores, over 120 stores at airports, train stations and motorway service areas throughout the UK - including Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick airport and serves customers online 24 hours a day.

      • Website: WHSmith

  1. Foyles was founded in 1903 as a UK Bookseller with a chain of stores around the London area.

      • Website: Foyles

Paperback Swap
  1. Online book club allowing people to swap, trade or exchange books for free, they operate in hardbacks, textbooks and audio books.

      • Website: Paperback Swap

Tower Books
  1. Tower is a famous brand for music and books. Their website provides millions of items every day through extensive online music, video and book catalogs.

      • Website: Tower Books

Book Renter
  1., founded in 2006, is the first online text book rental service;
  2. replaces traditional bookstore sales with online book rentals for students at schools throughout America.

      • Website: Book Renter

Nielsen BookData
  1. Nielsen has four key book brands: Registration Agencies (ISBN, SAN, ISTC), BookData, BookNet and BookScan. Nielsen ISBN Agency provides publisher prefixes/ISBNs to publishers based in the UK & Ireland and offer advice on how to apply and use ISBNs;
  2. Nielsen BookData provides comprehensive, enriched and timely bibliographic data worldwide to booksellers, libraries and publishers in 110 countries around the world. Nielsen BookNet provides value-added transaction services to the industry;
  3. Nielsen BookScan provides the world’s only continuous retail monitoring service for English-language books in the UK, Ireland, US, Australia, South Africa, Italy, Denmark, Spain and New Zealand.

      • Website: Nielsen BookData

  1. As the exclusive U.S. ISBN and SAN Agency, Bowker® receives the most authoritative title and publisher information available, making it the world's leading source for bibliographic information;
  2. Bowker was founded in 1872, public, academic, research and government libraries rely on Bowker's wide range of reference and reporting products and services;
  3. Publishers and booksellers rely on Bowker's supply chain services and the information that drives their transactions on a daily basis.

      • Website: Bowker

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