Where to Search for Books
Use the Search It box on the Libraries' homepage to find books and other materials owned by K-State Libraries.
WorldCat and Google Books are also good places to search for books . If K-State does not own them, you can request them from Interlibrary Loan.
Provides information about books, and other items cataloged by libraries around the world, including K-State. It does not usually search through the full-text of the book. Click on the item title to access the Get It link.
Google Book Search
A collection of books Google has received digitally from publishers or scanned from the shelves of one of its library partners. This is an excellent resource for reading books in the public domain (generally those published before 1922), for reading selections of copyrighted books, and for identifying books about a particular subject. You can often search through the entire text of the book, allowing you to find names and topics that are not covered in the title or subject headings.
Find Books with Search It