How to filter amazon book searches?
I've been wanting books on liguistics and grammar but haven't see any such categories. There were "education" books, but not linguistics and grammar ones.
- 7 months ago
I'd recommend prowling through something like Goodreads lists to find interesting books that would appeal to you. Then find them on Amazon.
Here's the linguistics search https://www.goodreads.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&se...
and the grammar search https://www.goodreads.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=...
You can also use the general search on the site with those terms and set it for "genre"
- Elaine MLv 77 months ago
Find one you know of. Go to it, scroll down to the section that says 'people who ordered this book also bought these'.
- MikeLv 77 months ago
I just went to Amazon search and typed in "grammar" Several grammar books showed up.
- CLv 77 months ago
You need to go to the "advanced search" page. It's a little tricky to find these days but it's still there. Browse in the "books" section. Somewhere, usually near the top of the screen there will be a small link labelled "advanced search." Amazon keep moving it! Anyways, open that up and you will find a box for key words and you can put your categories in there separated by commas. It gives you better search results than just putting "+topic, +topic" I the regular search bar, though you can do that to.,