Search widgets added to Booksense websites

<p>, the e-commerce arm for the American Booksellers Association member stores, has taken advantage of the new browse inside widgets from HarperCollins and Random House, which were launched this week. Consumers can look inside the first few pages of a book by clicking on the &quot;Browse Sample Pages&quot; link on websites.</p><p>&quot;We believe strongly that this kind of added content will help consumers make better informed buying decisions,&quot; said Len Vlahos, ABA&#39;s director of &quot;We&#39;re very pleased that our partners at both Harper...

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