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All books must have an ISBN* and be in a 'saleable' condition.
• University Textbooks
• Secondary Textbooks
• Educational/Technical/Vocational Books
• Academic Non-Fiction
• Other books used in University and Secondary Classrooms
• University and Secondary Study Guides
• Hardback/Paperback Fiction
• Ex-library books
• Children's books
• Travel Books (from the last 5 years)
• All other non-fiction

*The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a 10 to 13-digit number that uniquely identifies books and book-like products published internationally. You can usually find the ISBN on the back cover or inside the front cover of the book.

Books that cannot be accepted
• Books without an ISBN
• Books in Very Poor Condition
 - Dirty, mouldy, water damaged or warped from storage
 - Missing covers or pages, damaged binding
 - Containing excessive writing, markings or highlighting
• Academic Journals, Periodicals, Magazines or Directories
• Books published by magazines, custom published coursebooks
• Encyclopædia Britannica, World Book or other encyclopædias
• Travel guides older than 5 years
• Tax/Government documents
• The following series: Book Club Editions, Mills & Boon, Reader's Digest, Condensed, Who's Who.