Many of our readers may not realize that Lighthouse Trails Publishing has numerous different outlets (SpringArbor, CBD, Anchor, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.*) where our books can be purchased. One of those outlets is Baker and Taylor. Baker and Taylor is the main distributor that services libraries across the United States. Since Lighthouse Trails began thirteen years ago, Baker and Taylor has purchased numerous copies of Lighthouse Trails books that now sit on library shelves throughout America.
If you would like to see Lighthouse Trails books on your local library shelves, just call or visit your local library and ask them to bring into circulation particular books of ours. You may need the ISBN numbers, which you can find on the back cover of all of our books. We also include the ISBN numbers of all our books in our catalog.**
Having your local library bring in Lighthouse Trails books will do two things: first, you can enjoy reading our books at no cost to you; and second, it provides an opportunity for people who are not familiar with Lighthouse Trails books to read them.
* Note #1: Even though our profit margin is greatly reduced when books are purchased through these outlets because of the high discounts they require from us, we believe these outlets have provided a much greater reach in readership for our materials.
** Note #2: We only include ISBN numbers in our catalog for books that we actually publish. If you don’t see an ISBN number on a book in the catalog, it is because that is not our own book.