When you buy a textbook, you buy it from a company that owns the copyright on that text.

The publisher pays a license fee to the publisher, and that’s why you can see that the book is in the United States.

But there’s no way to know if that book is actually in the US until you go to the bookstore and buy it. 

If you go online, you can ask Amazon to check if your book is available in the country where it’s being sold.

The company will check the ISBN (International Standard Book Number), and if it’s correct, you’ll get a confirmation message that tells you the book you bought is available. 

Now, Amazon has a pretty good idea of what you’re going to find in your book.

It checks to see if the ISBN is in a country you’re familiar with, and it will check to see whether the publisher has released a new edition.

That information will then be used to calculate a shipping and delivery cost.

Amazon says it will make the cost for you based on the number of books you buy and the distance from the nearest major airport in the U.S. You’ll get this information when you click on the book to buy.

But how exactly do you figure out how much it’s going to cost you to get that book to you?

That’s what we’ll be exploring next.