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Managing your Book Collection in Ubuntu with Alexandria

Alexandria is an application for Linux allows you to sort and track your book collection. It makes it easy to manage your collection by allowing you to sort items into multiple libraries, and adding books is as simple as entering its ISBN.
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Adding an item to your library is as simple as clicking the “Add Book” icon, and entering its ISBN. Alexandria will search several sites, including Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and several non-English sites. When it finds your item, it is added to the library with all the relevant information, including its cover image, author, publisher, and binding.

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