If you’re wondering what the heck a LCCN is, you’re in the right place. Here is a brief explanation of the four-letter acronym and why you need one.
What is LCCN?
LCCN stands for Library of Congress Control Number. Instead of using an ISBN to track titles, libraries use a LCCN.
Why do you need one?
To be eligible for distribution in the library system, your title must have a LCCN. Children’s book authors should definitely get a LCCN so their book can be available both in public and school libraries.
To learn more about LCCNs, check out these previous post.
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