To find a book in our catalog, in the box that appears on the page under the "Physical Books and Media" link, type in a word or phrase to find items you are looking for on your topic. The example below is for physical items (including print books, among other physical items) about animal rights, our sample topic for this guide.
Now scroll down to Section B to see how to interpret your search results.
In the screen shot below, you'll see in this example that the catalog has found 92 items (circled in turquoise) that contain the phrase "animal rights" somewhere among the fields in the record for them (title, subject heading, notes field, etc.) These items are in a variety of formats, including books, listed in the Format section (circled in red) in the left sidebar.
Now scroll down to Section C to learn how to filter your results to print Books only.
To choose print books only (removing all other formats from your results list), click on the Book limit in the Format section (circled below in red--you'll notice that there are 63 print books dealing with animal rights in this example):
Now scroll down to Section D to see how you can get more information about a particular item in your results list.
In addition, there is more info in the catalog record; to find out more about how that helps you locate this book, click on the in the left sidebar.