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Perform an advanced search on WorldCat, the global catalog of library collections that lets you find what you want in a library near you.
Basic search and materials cataloged by OCLC member libraries.
What is WorldCat?
WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. You can search the collections of local libraries and libraries around the world. In addition to physical books, you will find entries for electronic books, journals, videos, music, and more.
What's the difference between WorldCat.org and WorldCat via FirstSearch?
WorldCat.org provides basic searching and information that fulfills most needs. WorldCat via FirstSearch includes extra features such as advanced search, including format limits. If you are unable to access WorldCat via FirstSearch, try WorldCat.org.
How do I obtain books I find in WorldCat?
Start by searching the PASCAL Delivers catalog. If none of the PASCAL libraries has the book available, request the book via Interlibrary Loan.