Add Google Print to the amazing feats that are already possible via Google. What does Google Print do? Hell, what doesn’t it do:
“Google Print finds pretty much any kind of book you can imagine: fiction, non-fiction, reference, scholarly, textbooks, children’s books, scientific, medical, professional, educational, and other books of all kinds. As we add books from our library partners, our book selection will continue to increase, and you’ll also be able to find out-of-print, rare, and public domain books.
Finding books with Google Print is easy: just enter the keyword or phrase you’re looking for into the Google Print search box. For example, when you search for “rock climbing” or for a phrase like “one small step Armstrong,” we’ll find all the books that match your search terms. Click on a book title and you’ll see a relevant page from the book as well as information about the publisher. You can then search for other topics within the book using the “Search within this book” feature and click on the links under “Buy this Book” to go straight to an online bookstore where you can purchase it. If the book was scanned from a library, you can also click on the library link to find a local library that has the book.”