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Hi Jay,

I notice you have a Russian Phrasebook, which I also have.

Are you still studying Russian? If so, you might find Practical Russian Reader helpful. It is a new book of Russian short stories with helpful exercises.

Let me know what you think of it?

TT

http://www.amazon.com/Practical-Russian-Reader-Vol-1-Intermediate/dp/1470139790

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Practical-Russian-Reader-Vol-1-Intermediate/dp/147013979...
Hi. I am working on a project for my class on Historical linguistics in Thai. And I saw you added "From Ancient thai to modern Dialect" By Brown. I could not find it in any libraries nearby (well where I live). So, I'm just wondering that do you know anywhere can I get it? Or any suggestions about the book or other books? Thank you so much.
hehheeh believe me I gave up once... then I found out I've bought 3 same books -_-" Now I'm just cataloging them all (read - own or not - and the ones we have in our household) so We woin't make the same mistake again.

'Bout good Jawi books... other than the ones in reliegious school... no sorry. seems like they are running out of those >.
wow! I'm impress with your library. wish i can read Thailand >.
Regarding my Thai books, I've entered virtually all of them by hand. With the current libraries searchable on LT, the only results I've ever found are romanized, which I don't care for.

The Thai site with the most info in my experience is chulabook.com, but typing the ISBN into Google will help you find the book wherever it might be, and then you could copy-and-paste instead of retyping all the info manually like I did. :)

I'm looking forward to when some Thai libraries are part of LT. Steps are being made toward true internationalization. For example, you couldn't search Unicode until the last month or two, so it's wonderful now to finally be able to search for Thai titles/authors and get results! Do stick around LT, friend, it just keeps getting better.

Of course, the easiest is simply to find books already in the database and then click "Add this book to my library"!

As for my covers, I've scanned most of them myself, but I used to delete them after I'd uploaded them to LT, then I started archiving them. You can see the last 400 or so in online album form here:
http://picasaweb.google.com/rdockum/MyBookCovers

Let me know if there's anything I can do to help you!
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