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I've found that I reference the Booksellers Library and Collectors Inventory Programs snippet that I wrote for one of my Ramblings column quit a bit when I'm asked about the subject so I though I would just give it its own page rather than looking for every time. Also this way I can update the page without having to go back in update the whole Ramblings page.

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Bookseller, Library and Collectors Book Inventory Programs

  1. Bookdealers Programs
  2. Library/Collector Programs
  3. Building Your Own Database

I wrote an article a while back on Setting Up Your Own Internet Book Store and in that was a list of some database software for keeping track of book inventory. Since that time I have been asked every once in a while about bookseller inventory programs. Sometimes they also would like the program to include invoice and e-mail functions and other goodies to help run a book store or keep track of the books they have lent out. I wrote an article in July 2007 for my Ramblings page but that became out of date and I always had to remember when I had wrtten it, so I finally decided to devote a page to it. Not only would that make it easier on me, it might even help me keep it updated and thus more useful in answering the question.

In addition, having a single place will allow me to add other information dealing with the inventory programs. Specifically I'm talking about that "roll your own" attitude a lot of people have. That is, some people would rather have a database which is directly under there control and use actual database programs or possibly just a spread sheet program such as Excel. This page will evolve over time and if there is any specific aspect you would like to see me fumble through (and maybe shed some light), let me know.

Before we present some of the database programs out there, lets talk about what I consider the main difference between a library/collector inventory management program and a book sellers inventory management program. That difference is the automatic marking of items as they are changed and creating an "update list". For example, you mark a book sold, or change the price, or correct spelling in the description, or add a new book, or whatever. When you click on "finished updating this book" in the booksellers program a flag is automatically set which marks that book as changed/added/deleted and adds it to a list to be exported to a "file" as an update record. When you "create the update file" (by clicking on a button or whatever), this list is automatically processed and the file is created. Without this one feature, you will have to manually go through your records, create this list and then prepare a "changed records" file. This can be a time consuming job. So when I say library/collector program below, what I mean is that it doesn't have the capability to make that update file automatically (at least it appeared so to me when I wrote about it).

Since I started this project, I've found that the list of programs has become quite a bit longer than I initially thought as well as new ones appearing and old one disappearing. Because I think people will be interested in either a "bookdealers program" or a "library/collectors" program, I've decided to break the list into two parts. The third part of the list ("I don't know what category" part) goes under the Library/Collector list. Of course a bookdealers program can be used as a library/collector program. Some have both versions and they will be included under the bookdealers list, not both.

Oh, if you have or know of a program which should be added to the list, please let me know. And one last thing - gebnerally what I have to say about the program is directly from their website. So, unless I make a personal comment, the 'description' is a comment from the programs site.

Bookdealers Programs
  • Anthology. POS and inventory control software. Initially for the brick and mortar store, it has also moved over to clicks and mortar operations. Anthology is robust, full-featured software that provides you with all the tools you need to manage your store--from sales, to purchasing and receiving, to in-depth reporting. At the same time it's easy enough for the most computer-phobic part-time clerk to use. Price - various, depending on mix

    Bookseller was first developed in 1993. Initially the program was customised to some extent for each new customer. In most cases as new features were requested they were incorporated into the main version of the program. In 1997 the first standard version was released; by this stage the program included a very comprehensive set of features.
    Last Update Aug 27, 2014

  • Bookhound 8 The free Bookhound 7 Community Edition, Bookhound 7CE, seems to have gone the way of a lot of good free programs. It has been replaced with Bookhound 8 and there is both a Mac and Windows version. Price: $325 including basic support. There is an upgrade price of $265 for registered users of BookHound 5, 6, or 7ce or current e-commerce clients of Bibliopolis. Data conversion (if necessary) may require an additional fee.

    BookHound is a full-featured database application built to handle most day-to-day bookselling operations, from entering inventory, to selling that inventory in-house or on the Internet, to reporting on those sales. The manual is a downloadable PDF file.
    Last Update Aug 27, 2014

  • Bookseller Bookseller has been used by leading booksellers in the UK and abroad since the early 90s. It is a very comprehensive system offering many features to help booksellers run their businesses. It includes cataloguing, customer management, invoicing, image management and uploading to websites. It can be used by single users or on networks, and runs on both Windows and Macintosh computers. It has been developed using the award-winning database software, FileMaker Pro. Price: Contact Bookseller (contact form on site)
    Last Update Aug. 27, 2014

  • Booktrakker. Note that we currently use Booktrakker as our main database program and I think it is an excellent program and extremely flexible. BookTrakker is now a monthly subscription program with Basic ($7.50/month per computer), Pro ($15/month first computer, $5 each additional computer), and Network ($20 first computer, i.e. server, $5 each additional computer). For Pro and Network, access to Amazon data and Uploading to Amazon requires an Amazon Pro Merchant account. Payments must be made through Amazon Payments for all three levels.

    Excellent help files included with additional paid support available if needed. New users get one free import of their data from another database or online, during the 30 day trial. Free support during the 30 day trial and on purchase new users will get 90 days of free operational support. Group email list free to registered users where help is available from other users and support is provided for unusual problems.
    Last Update Aug 27, 2014
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  • Homebase Provided for free by the Advanced Book Exchange (ABE). An adequate program for inventory purposes which we currently use for auxiliary entry, see Transfering Homebase 2 data to BookTrakker. When we first started in the on-line bookselling business, we used Homebase 2.3 as our main database program and it was certainly adequate. There is a very early version available for the Mac however I have heard that it no longer works with the new operating systems.

    Some still prefer Homebase 2.3 because they don't feel all the bugs have been worked out of Version 3.0. I've played around with 3.0 a little and haven't run into any problems but we still use 2.3 for our auxillary data entry.
    Last Update Nov. 30, 2011

  • Prager Software. From the site:
    Due to unforseen circumstances, I no longer have the time to devote to maintaining this set of programs.

    Consequently, I am in the process of making all of the code Open-Source so anybody can download and modify it to their requirements. I hope to have this done by June 2014, but will continue working on making it Open-Source until I get it done.

    It's been a wonderful learning experience for me, and I hope that others will benefit from fresh ideas and updated code. I will post the progress on this page as the code becomes available.
    Allows you to easily manage your inventory and gives you the ability to upload to over 18 listing services with 1-click. You can list your books, price them, make mass changes, easily search for any book using any criteria and more. And now with web-based tutorials!.
    Last Update Aug 28, 2014

Library/Collectory Programs
  • All My Books $39.95. A (crippled) free trial. One of the interesting things about this software is the "Support for user defined fields - an unlimited number of additional text and boolean fields". Some nice features including a limited HTML page generator.
    Last Update Oct. 09, 2011

  • BookCAT
    Please note:: If you try to order from the site you will receive a "The online store is closed. It is not possible to place an order." I'm leaving this up for now since it seems possible the store may open again.

    BookCAT is a fully featured book collector database program which will help you catalog a book collection of any size. Book lovers, churches, schools, clubs and business libraries all over the world are discovering that it is not necessary to spend thousands of dollars to get a sophisticated inventory manager that will keep track of a large (or small) book collection. Library/collector program with HTML page generator and customized entry fields. Shareware - $39.95
    Last Update May 06, 2013

  • Book Collector Catalog books, e-book files and audiobook files on your PC or Mac. Just enter author & title or scan ISBN barcodes to automatically download book information (publisher, publication year, genre, subjects, etc..) & cover images. Catalog e-book and audiobook files by scanning your hard-disk. Price: $29.95 ($49.95 Pro - CD and Premium Support additional). Windows or Mac.
    Last Update Oct. 08, 2011

  • Book Organizer Delux Simple, easy-to-use: Ready-to-use templates and the user-friendly interface let you easily and quickly catalog, manage, and organize your private or business book collections. Our software comes with 3 book cataloging solutions, choose the one that meets your requirements. If you do not like our solutions you can define yours with database Designer (included free). CDrom or download, 30 days risk free trial, price 75$.
    Last Update Oct 08, 2011

  • DV Book Manager Very easy to use program to manage your book collection, with an intuitive interface. Choose Between user-friendly 'tabs' or MS Access-like interface ! More than 50 (customizable) fields are tracked including comments/summary, 3 location fields and 8 keywords for easy searches. Shareware License $35.
    Last Update Oct 08, 2009

  • My Book Collector Library/collector software, Windows or Mac. Comes with MySignature Collection and the tutorial "Book Collecting for Beginners" by Marc Slott. Both Windows & Mac. $24.95
    Last Update Oct 08, 2011

  • ReaderWare. More for library/collector. Windows, Mac, Linux, and other operating systems. Free Trial. Standard Edition $40, Client/Server $90, Enterprise Client/Server $5000. Also offers a Music and a Video inventory program with substantial discounts if obtaining all three.
    Last Update Oct 08, 2011

Mentioned around the web but gone missing (at least for me): Bookcase, BookEase, Book Lister, BookMaster, BookMate, Bookminder, Customer Base, and DV Book Manager. I'm sure I haven't covered all of the Library/ Collector book databases but I'm going to leave that for right now.

Please note, prices and links were when I last checked (see the Last Update in the write up). I would appreciate it if you notified me if there were a dead or incorrect link.

One of our readers mentioned Library Thing as a possible book collector/ library catalog progam. I haven't added it here because it is more a 'list of your books' rather than an inventory program AND I couldn't see a way to get that information down to my machine in what I would call a viable format for an inventory program.

Building Your Own Database

The first thing to cover is just what goes into a book database. In developing this list, we will be listing quite a few fields but certainly not an exhaustive set. Also, you may not feel you need them all. However, if you don't feel you need them, think about which of the fields you do use which can substitute for it. For example, the Compiler of the book is seldom used so you might not want a special field just for the compiler. If you do need that field, you could put them under Author with the notation (Compiler) following the name. BTW: When building your own specification and entering data, it is always very very nice to be consistent.

Since a 'professional' book inventory program can be used as a 'collectors' book inventory program, we will lean to building the former. First is the usual Title, Author, Year of Publication, etc. These generic book identification features and much more are well covered in the UIEE (Universal Information Exchange Environment) specificiations and we will be using most of these as well as a few additions.

Two further issues before we start on the list. First, If you are building the database for uploading to a site to display your books, there are probably certain fields you won't want to display, i.e. private fields. For example, you may not want to display the price paid for the book. The UIEE format indicates which fields it considers private and we will follow their nomenclature when we use one of their fields.

The second issue is a programmatic one. No matter which fields you decide you want in your data base, the site you list on will determine what is acceptable. For example Amazon does not have a Compiler field. If you want to use this field and list on Amazon, you need to transfer the Compiler into the Author (or some other) field with possibly a (Compiler) added. You should consider these issues before you set up your dtabase.

To make items easier to find, we will list these in alpha order.
  • Annotation: Private data field, normally contains a Date/Time stamp but may contain text.
  • Appraisal Value: Private numeric data field used to store appraisal value [called Market Value in the UIEE specifications]. Suggested format is nnnnnnn.nn Note, although appraisal values are based on 'fair market values', those market values can span a wide range, even for items in the same condition, etc. Because of that, Appraisal Value can well be different than Price.
  • Author: Represents the author's name as it appears on the Title page. Name imprint, suggested to be Last, First Middle (L-F-M) for alphabetizing purposes.
  • Binding: Simple, brief statement of binding type ("Hardbound, " "Paperback," etc).
  • Catalog No/Name: Private data field. Used to store user-defined catalog number.
  • Comments: General comments identifying attributes and detractors. Use Notes for physical description and reference information.
  • Compiler: The compiler's name as it appears on the Title page (L-F-M).
  • Condition: Simple, brief statement of condition of the book (e.g. "Near Fine," "Very Good." etc). For a statement of the grades of conditions, see White Unicorn: Book Condition Definitions.
  • Copies/Quantity: Numeric field representing total number of copies available.
  • Date Published: Represents the date published, normally a 4-digit year.
  • Edition: Simple, brief statement of edition ("1st", "First", "Revised", "Book Club", etc). Although most people are aware that there is a difference between Edition and Printing, book collectors tend to understand that a designation of First Edition with no other statement means First Edition and First Printing. So, if you are going to use the Edition field, you should also use the Printing field and make sure they are both displayed when either is displayed.
  • Editor: The editor's name as it appears on the Title page (L-F-M).
  • Fixed Handling Fee: A numeric/string containing a flat handling fee (sometimes referred to as "Additional Shipping") that will appear as part of the checkout dialogue.
  • Fixed Shipping: Represents a specific method and fixed cost for shipping the item being offered. In the UIEE format the method is separated from the cost by an equal sign (=). Multiple entries may be entered (contents must conform to the naming conventions used by the sales venue). Each entry specified must contain its own Fixed Shipping token on a separate line (UIEE Example: FP|USPS First Class = 2.50).
  • Forward: The author of the Foward.
  • Illustrator: Illustrator's name if present, or a reference to the presence of illustrations ("Illustrated", "112 color illustrations," etc).
  • Image: Typically a URL containing the image, i.e. http://www.whiteunicornbooks.com/home//sleeping1.jpg.
  • Initially Cataloged : A time-date stamp normally in the form of "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS" as to when the book was initially cataloged.
  • ISBN Code: International Standard Book Number (10- or 13-char format). If possible, there should be some way to validate the code on entry.
  • Jacket: Simple, brief statement of jacket presence and condition, normally preceded or followed by the term "dj" ("Very good" "missing", etc). For a statement of the grades of conditions, see White Unicorn: Book Condition Definitions.
  • Keyword: Keywords should be kept in separate fields, not all in a single field. There is no limit to the number of keywords, but most software supports up to 10.
  • List On-line: You may have an available item you would like to list on-line but not just yet. The field allows you to do just that. Also see Upload Flag.
  • Language: Identifies the originating language applicable to the item being described.
  • Location: Private data field, used for inventory control, provided for compatibility purposes.
  • Main Topic: Primary relational topic, for which Keywords (KE) represent subsets. When importing, information preceded by the MT prefix is mapped directly to the Main Topic field. When uploading, Main Topic is normally treated as a keyword.
  • Modified: A time-date stamp normally in the form of "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS" as to when the book entry was modified. You might want to have several of these to track the last several modifications.
  • Modified Note: A note as to the reason for the modification. If you are tracking several modification histories, you may want/need a note for each.
  • Monetary Units: Defines the type of currency used for curreny fields. This should normally be a 3-character abbreviation (Example: USD). Currency symbols should not be used as they are not universally recognized in all ISO symbol sets.
  • Notes: Comprehensive physical description and any/all relevant information regarding contents.
  • Pages: Ususally this is just a numeric value indicating the number of numbered pages in the book, i.e. the last numbered page is 307, so the value is 307. If you want to do this in the 'approved' pagination style, you probably should have another field for this. That is, that 307 page book might properly be paginated as vi, [4],307, [1], meaning 6 Roman numbered pages with the first 4 not marked and 307 Latin numbered pages with the first one not marked. I know of no on-line listing site whiich will take this notation for the Pages field.
  • Photographer: The Photographer's name if present, or a reference to the presence of photgraphs ("Photographs", "112 color photos", etc).
  • Place of Publication: Represents the location printed usually a city ("New York, "Racine," "Garden City," etc).
  • Price: Represents the selling price of the record. Suggested format is nnnnnnn.nn or nnnnnnnnnn.
  • Printing: Simple, brief statement of printing ("1st printing", "6th printing", etc). Although most people are aware that there is a difference between Edition and Printing, book collectors tend to understand that a designation of First Printing with no other statement means First Edition and First Printing. So, if you are going to use the Printing field, you should also use the Edition field and make sure they are both displayed when either is displayed.
  • Publisher: Concise publisher's name ("Grosset & Dunlap," "Dell," "Time-Life" etc).
  • Purchase Cost: Private numeric data field used to store cost value. Suggested format is nnnnnnn.nn
  • Record No Represents the unique database record number. Different than the SKU although the two could be combined.
  • Sales Tax: A string/numeric representing sales tax information. If you would be selling in multiple states, the entry should be a string. See the UIEE format for a specific method.
  • Series: The item series, i.e. "Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys".
  • Size/Type: Simple, brief statement of physical size ("8vo," "Folio," "16cm x 22cm," etc)
  • SKU: A Stock Keeping Unit. Each book should have a unique identifer. This can be something as complicated as an SKU containing the initial list date and the book number listed that day, i.e. something like 20090323001 for the first book listed on Mar 23, 2009 or as simple as an indication of the number of the book listed, e.g. 0034567 for the 34,567th unique book listed. To be fair to other sellers, one shouldn't list more than, say three of the same book and each of the books listed should not be identical. Use the quantity field if you have multiple books to list (in the same condition, etc.). Different than the Record Number although the two could be combined.
  • Status: Private data field representing status of a record ("Available," "On Hold," etc). Also see List On-line and Upload Flag.
  • Title: Represents the title of the book [b]as it appears on the title page[/b]. If the title exceeds the number of characters in the field, then an ellipse (...) should appear at the end. The full title may optionally be included in Notes.
  • Translator: The translator as given on the Title page.
  • Upload Flag: You may have an available item you would like to list but not upload to a listing service just yet. This field is a simple Yes/No field indicating whether you would like to write this item to the upload file the next time you prepare the file. Automatically changing this flag when an item has been modified in some way is the major part of what separates a 'library/collectors' inventory database from a 'professional sellers' inventory database. It should work in conjuction with the Status, List On-line, and Modified fields. In that sense, you may have several of these flags, i.e. you may want to upload to one site but not another. In one sense this could be included in the Status (as could the List On-line field), but I think it is much more convienent to separate the three, especially if you intend to list on multiple services.
  • Weight: Represents the unpackaged weight of the item being described For a numeric-only value without any specified units of measurement, the value is assumed to be ounces in the UIEE specification.

Well that's about enough for now. Don't forget to let me know what you would like to see next. Even if I don't get a suggestion, I'll find something.

De - Oct. 09, 2011
Here are some more places to look around our site:

  • Arkham House, Mycroft & Moran, and Fedogan & Bremer Books
    At the request of several of our customers, we started a page for the books of Arkham House and related publishers. We try hard to keep it up to date with news and a list of forthcoming books and a list of those books we have of these publishers - both new and used.

  • Author Web Sites/Fan Sites
    A list of Authors and their websites or fan sites. Unfortunately, I haven't kept up with the sites going out or changing although a recent check with a program showed no broken links. One can hope right?

  • Book Care and other book information
    About Books includes items on Book Care as well as a How to Identify First Editions. It will include links, reviews, and all kinds of other interesting (to us at least) tidbits as we add to it.

  • Book Condition Description
    We use certain "bookseller" terms when we describe our books. Generally, they tend to mean what you think they would mean. For example Fine means basically without faults. The exact meanings behind what we mean are given on this page. As mentioned on the page, book condition is sometimes a subjective "call" by the book seller. We try to be objective, but might (in your opinion) fail. If so, you can return the book for any reason.

  • Book Inventory Programs The question of which book inventory program to use was always coming up on some of the forums I visit so I though I would put down some thoughts here. It is evolving and will eventually try to cover many aspects of inventory management (in the sometime distant future). In the mean time, if you have something you would like to see, let me know.

  • Book Reviews
    A slowly growing list of books we've reviewed. We would be happy to have your comments and, if you like, your reviews (with, of course, credit to you if you wish).

  • Chrislands Book Stores
    Chrislands is the company which hosts our site. We are very happy with them as are their other customers. This page gives links to many of the other Chrisland stores.

  • General Links; Other Book Stores, SF&F References, Detective/Mystery References, etc.
    Well, that about says it all. This is sort of a catch all for links which don't specifically belong anywhere else. Right now (about 6:41 pm Central US time, Oct. 16 2005), there are four sections, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery - Detective, Arts and Crafts, and Book Related Links.

  • Glenn Larsen's Guide to First Editions
    Copied from Books-Rare, the book collector's home Copyright © 1997 by Glenn Larsen. Sadly, the original is no longer available., but we have a copy of it here with some corrections and additions.

  • Glossary of Terms Used in Literature and the Book and Printing Trades
    This page grew out of a request from a customer about book terms, a bookman's glossary so to speak. Now I could have just pointed them to the IOBA Book Terminology but I though it would be nice [and make our site more attractive] if we had a page of our own. Well now we do - at least the start of one

  • Help for on-line book buyers
    We hope this page will help you have a more pleasant on-line book buying experience. It also lists a few other places to get books - If we don't have the book you are looking for, of course :-)

  • IOBA Book Stores
    The Independent Online Booksellers Association, is dedicated to promoting internet bookselling by, in part, "Maintaining and enforcing high ethical and professional standards for our member booksellers, including a Code Of Ethics." White Unicorn Books is a proud member of the IOBA and on this page we list some of the other IOBA stores.

  • Liaden Universe of Steve Miller & Sharon Lee
    This page is for our Steve Miller and Sharon Lee books. It is mainly books set in the Liaden Universe® and has a list of books in that series, including the Chapter Books, as well as a set of references and links to other sites for the two authors.

  • Previously Featured Books
    Featured Books is where we list the books which have been featured on our home page - we may have more about the book than is in the normal catalog listing, so we decided to just keep track of them here. For example, when we featured the Chronicles of Narnia we listed "both sequences". The order in which they were originally published and "the preferred sequence of CS Lewis".

    We also have some special pages for books which are special in some way. It may be that the book itself is special or that a customer asked for more images, so we put up a page for the book. In any case we have these single pages for a particular book:
    • Butters' Richmond Directory 1855
      An interesting directory for 1855.
    • Crystallizing Public Opinion
      Bernays is considered by many as the originator of modern public relations and has been called the "Father of Spin". He was named one of the 100 most influential Americans of the 20th century by Life magazine.
    • Oxford Lectern Bible The Oxford Lectern Bible is a massive edition of the English Bible designed by American typographer Bruce Rogers (1870-1957). It is considered by many to be Rogers' masterpiece, and is recognized along with the other great Bibles, including the Baskerville Bible and the Doves Press Bible.
    • The Principles Of Judicial Proof
      Normally we don't put up our used books as a Featured Book on the home page they don't last long enough to stay here since we generally only have a single copy) but this one is such an absolutely beautiful book I had to put it up. So, of course, I had to build a page for it.
    • Sleeping Beauty, a Special Collectors Edition with illustrations by Dulac
      A page devoted to a special book. The 1910 limited edition of Sir Author Quiller-Couch's The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales, illustrated by Edmund Dulac.
    • The Religious System of China
      First published over quite a few years, the initial volume was published in 1892 and the final volume was printed in 1910, The Religious System of China is a monumental work by Jan J M de Groot that "is an attempt at depicting the Chinese Religion as it is really practiced by the nation, and at sketching on a broad scale its influence on Domestic and Social Life. It is the fruit of an intimate contact with the Chinese race for several years." The work also contains a detailed study of China's funerary stelae, and the mythical animals used to decorate them.
    • Slovenly Peter's Story Book
      A classic 'what happens to bad boys and girls' from the late 1800's.

  • Ramblings/Blog/Book Reviews and whatever
    This is really a series of pages consistings of almost anything. On these pages I've written about Medicard Part D, about searching for information on a book on Google and at the Library of Congress, reviewed several books, and talked about the IOBA. No telling what will show up there. I'm sure we'll duplicate information on the rest of the site, but a lot of it will be unique. Hope you find it of interest.

  • Repricing
    A short look at some of the reasons for (semi)automatically repricing your inventory including a few Perl code snippets.

  • Setting Up an Internet Book Store
    An article I wrote for the IOBA. It presents a "first look" at some of the things one should think about in setting up an internet book store.

  • Transfer Homebase data to BookTrakker
    We use BookTrakker for maintaining and updating our main database of books we have listed here on our site. In talking to other BookTrakker users, they wanted to know how they could use someone to enter data which they could transfer to BookTrakker either in addition to or instead of using the network version of BookTrakker. Since we use both the network version and Homebase as "auxillary input systems", I though I would finally describe how we did the Homebase to BookTrakker part of it.

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