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Bookselling Tips from Winter Institute 2016
Winter Institute 2016 Ends on High Note
Winter Institute 11: Kwame Alexander Becomes the 'Say Yes Guy' at the Show
How Independent Booksellers Hand-Sell and Merchandise Diverse Books
Strong Holidays Give Children's Bookstores a Boost in 2015
ABA Winter Institute 2016: Next Stop Denver
ABA Winter Institute 2016: A Look at Bookselling Trends
ABA Winter Institute 2016: Authors and Books to Watch for at WI 11
Indie Bookstores Finish 2015 on High Note
Your Bookshelves Are At the Heart of New Book Discovery Engine
Children's Holiday Sales 2015: Picture Books and Middle Grade Top YA
PW Notables Of the Year: Joyce Meskis
Coloring Books Drive Big Holiday Sales at Independent Booksellers
Vermont Book Shop to Open Children's Store
New Shakespeare & Co. Owner Envisions a National Bookstore Chain
There’s Something about Mary-Louise Parker
Used Bookstores Bolster Bottom Lines with E-Commerce Partnerships
Tilbury House Grows Children's List Under New Owners
MPIBA 2015: Kids' Books Contribute to High-Octane Show
An Upbeat Start to Regional Bookseller Shows
NAIBA 2015: An Upbeat Show Despite Hurricane Worries
Seattle’s Arundel Books Launches Small Press
Bookstores Take Young Adult Author Events to the Next Level
eCampus Continues to Expand
Why Faster Is Better in Book Distribution
PRH’s Client Summits And Ideas Exchanges
Banned Books Week Gets a Digital Makeover
Sales Up for Children's Booksellers This Summer
How Indie Booksellers Fared This Summer
Fall Regional Bookselling Shows 2015: The PW Guide
Fall Regional Bookselling Shows 2015: Children’s Authors Appearing at the 2015 Regionals
SIBA To Try a Consumer Day At Its Fall Show
The Big Indie Books of Fall 2015
How Some Indie Bookstores are Translating Trust into Sales
Harvard Business Review Group: Collaboration Between Press and Periodical
Airport Book Sales Begin to Climb
Is Children's Nonfiction Having Its Moment?
The Changing Landscape: Landlords Helping Indies
Patagonia’s Book Program on Steady Climb
Summer 2015: Blue Skies and Strong Sales Ahead for Children's Booksellers
Summer 2015: Indies See Strong Sales Ahead
BEA 2015: Bercu Says Goodbye; How to Use Social Media
BEA 2015: Amy Stewart - Gardening Expert to Debut Novelist
BEA 2015: Boudreaux’s New Eponymous Imprint Set For Early Debut
BEA 2015: Breakfast Starts with a 'Big Bang'
BEA 2015: Resurgence of Indie Bookselling Continues
BEA 2015: Coping with BEA’s Schedule Changes
BEA 2015: Garth Risk Hallberg: Debut Author on Fire
BEA 2015: A Promising, 'Weird' Start
LGBTQ Publishing: Giovanni's Room 2.0
Amazon at Your Campus: The Next-Generation Campus Store
Setting the Stage for BEA
Coloring Books Grow Up
BEA 2015: Rep of the Year: Jennifer Sheridan
Knopf Working to Ensure ‘City on Fire’ Catches Fire
Tips from Children’s Institute
Classroom Library Awarded Contract with NYC Schools
Indie Booksellers Losing Interest in Audio
Children’s Books Take Center Stage at Children's Institute
Kohl's Cares Picks the Steads
Meet the Authors and Illustrators Behind These Books: Children's Institute 2015
10 Children’s Bookseller Challenges—And How Stores Solved Them: Children's Institute 2015
CI 3 Offers Multiple Plenaries and Education: Children's Institute 2015
Jeff Kinney: Wimpy Kid Author Turns Bookseller: Children's Institute 2015
Beta Testing Capstone’s E-book Bundling Program
New Kids' Book Festival for Boston
Handseller Gives Indies Mobile Option
Independent Bookstore Update, Spring 2015: Doing All Right
Modiano’s Nobel Win Is a Boon to David R. Godine
Bookstores Try Beacons
Camex 2015: College Stores Revamp; Amazon, Indies Arrive on Campus
Booksellers Celebrate 10 Years of Winter Institute
Fair Play at Winter Institute 10
Indie Bookstores Fill Void Left by Borders
Winter Institute 10: Children's Book Highlights in Photos
Q&A with Strand Book Store Children's Buyer Stella Williams
Candlewick to Take First Look at Lesley M.F.A. Manuscripts
ABA Winter Institute 2015: The First 10 Years
ABA Winter Institute 2015: Working Together
Dahlov Ipcar: A Maine Treasure
Mixed Results for Bricks-and-Mortar Stores with Digital Content
National Readathon Day on Saturday
FableVision and Lulu Jr. Partner on Book Publishing Platform
Independent Booksellers Enjoy Strong Finish to Good Year
Children's Sales Up at Indies in 2014
Saying 'Good-bye' to Bookseller Carol Chittenden
Gift Books Gain More Bookseller Fans
Google E-book Program Finding Its Way
Fall 2014 Flying Starts: Esther Ehrlich
Islandport Tests Kiosks
Chelsea Green: Sustainability at 30
Capstone Tests Bundled Kids' E-books at Indies
Children's Books Climb at the Start of the Holiday Season
Douglas Preston on Amazon, Authors United, and What’s Next
Indie Optimism High for the Holidays
Poisoned Pen: 25 Years of Innovation
The Leading Players in the Amazon-Hachette Dispute: Notables of 2014
What Kids Are Reading: A Renaissance Learning Report
Booksellers Edgy About Harper Direct-Sale Program
High Schooler Mines Minecraft for Trilogy
Regionals 2014: The Indie Moment
Saying 'Good Night' to Board Books
Starbucks Pick of the Week: S.E. Hinton's 'Rumble Fish'
Boston Book Festival 2014 in Photos
GovDeals Auctions Surplus Books Online
Star Bright Books Shines On: 20 Years and Counting
Feting the 2014 Boston Globe-Horn Book Winners
Amazon, Books, Authors Drive Fall Discussions
NEIBA 2014: A Show of Enthusiasm from Children's Booksellers
Kepler’s Search for a Sustainable Bookstore
NAIBA 2014: Discovering Children's Books
Bookstore Events Evolve
Bookseller Profile: Hannah Moushabeck at Odyssey Bookshop
A Strong Summer for Kids' and YA Books in Bookstores
A Hot Summer For Indie Stores
Net Pricing: Is It Time to Take Prices off Book Covers?
The Big Indie Books of Fall 2014
Partnering with Children's Authors at Malaprop's
Picture Books Coming to Farmers Market
Fall Regionals 2014: A Time for Discovery
Creating an Indie Bookstore Day
Find Waldo Local: Third Time's a Charm
Pushkin Launches Children's Imprint in the U.S.
Charlesbridge Goes for the Silver
Tuttle to Partner with China Institute on Series
What’s Ahead for Book Distribution?
How Book Publishers Find the Right Distributors
Middle Grade and YA: Where to Draw the Line?
Bookstore Publishing Comes Into Its Own
Cooking for Literacy—and Health
On the Road with Book Trucks
HMH Celebrates Its First 150 Years
Duncan Baird Rebrands as Nourish
Physical Audiobooks Prove a Surprise for Stores
Green Writers Press Takes Local Approach
Carmichael's to Open Children's Store in Louisville
BEA 2014: Good News, Bad News at Town Hall
BEA 2014: Neil Patrick Harris, Anjelica Huston Speak at Author Breakfast
Signed Editions Stay Popular
Setting 'A Place at the Table' in Boston for Diversity
Booksellers Celebrate Indies First Storytime Day
Godine Celebrates Children's Book Week with Contest
Food and Tech Startup Investments Pay Off for Harvard Common Press
Let the Handsell-Off Begin: Booksellers Take The 'Great Greene Heist' Challenge
Judy Moody and Stink Team Up with Borden for Summer Reading
Retailers Finding Space for Diverse Range of Titles
Teresa Rolfe Kravtin: PW 2014 Rep of the Year
New England Has it All: Spotlight On New England 2014
Big Publishers Keep Evolving: Spotlight On New England 2014
Historically Strong Indie Publishers: Spotlight On New England 2014
Cooking Yankee Style: Spotlight On New England 2014
A Good Time for Independent Presses: Spotlight On New England 2014
A Mix of University Press Call New England Home: Spotlight On New England 2014
Yankee Ingenuity: Bookselling in New England - Spotlight On New England 2014
First Children's Institute Gets Good Bookseller Reaction
Close Encounters: Barbara Ehrenreich
Square Books’ Lisa Howorth’s Fiction Debut
Beyond the Bank: Bookstores and Alternative Funding
IndiCo: Year One of NACS’s Indie Store Arm
All Things Children at ABA
New Name and Affiliation for Austin Teen Book Festival
So What Does an Editor 'Really' Do?: NECBA Booksellers Meet in N.H.
African-American Booksellers Look For a Turnaround
A Dozen Re(a)d Roses for Valentine's Day
Cook Shops: A Taste for Books
Northern California Booksellers Group Is Revived
Wi9: Sleepless, but Invigorated, in Seattle
Wi9: Booksellers Recharge at Upbeat Winter Institute
Wi9 Panel: Starting Tween and Teen Advisory Boards
B&N Ramps Up Teen and Tween Exclusives
So Far, So Good: Six New Booksellers
A Complete List of Children's Books and Authors at Wi9
ABA's Winter Institute Heads to Seattle
Retail in Seattle: In the Shadow of Amazon
Holiday Sales for Children's Books Strong at Indies
Mrs. Nelson’s to Close
Rubin Pfeffer Adds a New Cap: Solo Literary Agent
Indie Booksellers, Authors Team Up
Wisdom Publications in Transition at 25
Small Is Beautiful: Micro Bookstores Find a Place
Children's Booksellers Give Thanks for Thanksgivukkah: An Informal Survey of Black Friday Weekend Sales
Oren Teicher and the ABA Board: PW's Person of the Year
Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day Returns
Do Trade Books on College Campuses Have a Future?
Connecticut Children's Book Fair in Photos
Could a Small Press in New England Have One of This Year's Christmas Favorites?
New Europe Adds YA Imprint
Baker & Taylor Makes a Push to Reach Indies
250 Children's Books and Counting: A Conversation with Tomie dePaola
Charlesbridge Signs Distribution Agreement with Random House
Publishers Respond to Common Core
Finding New Ways to Grow in Bargain Books
The Latest from Funbrain: 'Galactic Hot Dogs'
Len Vlahos, 'The ABA Guy,' to Publish YA Novel
Regionals Show Resurgence of Independents
Joining the Community of Children's Booksellers at NEIBA
Supporting the Indie Wave
The Curious Reader Opens in N.J.
Kids' Books and Authors Front and Center at NAIBA
Smartphones: Not Just for Showrooming
Solid Second Outing for Boston Teen Author Festival
Right-Sizing—And Right-Buying: What’s Working At Indies
A [John] Green Summer for Indies
A New Children's Publishing Group Gathers in Boston
Summer Closes on Mostly Optimistic Note
ABA Announces New Children's Institute
The ABA-Kobo Partnership, a Year Later
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of 'The Dot'
The Big Indie Books of Fall 2013
The Ologies Turn 10
Rue La La: Selling Kids' Books the Stylish Way
'Find Waldo Local' II a Success
Taking Stock of Overstock
Is Seasonal Publishing Dead?
New Books from Bookseller-Authors
BoomWriter: Turning Kids into Authors
Sparkup Offers a New Way to 'Read' to Kids
What's on Indie Booksellers' Minds?
Food for Thought on Verge of Closing
Print and Distribution for Self-Published Authors
Children’s Booksellers Dork Out and Catch the Wave This Summer: A PW Survey
Librify: The BOMC For E-books?
Summer Sales Outlook Bright
TeleBrands: Selling Books ‘As Seen on TV’
Islandport Broadens Focus, Grows List
Jeff Kinney to Open a Bookstore?
BEA 2013: A Toast to PW’s 21 Booksellers Of the Year
BEA 2013: Execs Debate E-books' Impact
BEA 2013: Chelsea Handler MC’s Thursday Author Breakfast
Children's Book Week 2013: A Bookstore Photo Essay
Diversity on the Page, Behind the Pencil, and in the Office
Barefoot Books Stops Selling to Amazon
Looking for the Next Goodreads
Community Bookstore to Open (Mostly) Used Bookstore
Children's Bookselling: An Expansion and an Addition on the East Coast
Indie Booksellers Meet Indie Publishing: NECBA at Charlesbridge
Making Nonprofit Stores Pay Off
Joseph-Beth Pops Up
Goodreads Alternative Riffle Goes Live
Celebrating at NEIBA Spring Forum
BEA 2013: Bringing in the Readers
Transformative Time for Tin House
BEA 2013: Brooklyn Renaissance—and Beyond: New Bookstores in the Greater New York Area
BEA 2013: Square Books: ‘PW’ Bookstore of the Year
By Hosting Gloria Steinem, RiverRun Bookstore Makes a Point
Making Preorders Work For Indies
Whither Bargain Books?
Harvard University Press Turns 100
Curious George Gets Multi-Platform Treatment
Square Books Named 'PW' Bookstore of the Year; Miller Rep
BEA 2013: 'The Whole Damn Thing'
Close to Home: NoViolet Bulawayo
New York Upholds Online Sales Tax
How Booksellers Are Faring After Going Online-Only
Reorg for HMH Kids
AWP Does Boston
AWP Looks at Picture Book Writers in a Digital Age
Author Turns to Self-Publishing, with Help From ‘Podmates’
Is the Time Right For True Bookstore Cafes?
Reinvention & Resilience at Wi8 & CAMEX
Pre-Registration Is Now Live for Find Waldo Local
Jacquelyn Mitchard's New Venture Has 'Merit'
Princess K.I.M. Heads from Page to Stage
Candlewick to Launch Big Picture Press
Sale of Used E-books Getting Closer
Debut Author Makes Her 'Way' Through a Blizzard to Her Launch Party
Indie Reps: Changing with the Times
Should Booksellers Enter the School Library Business?
Joseph-Beth Booksellers Finds New Path
Getting the Buzz on Winter Institute 8
Grub Street’s Castellani Practices What He Teaches
Beyond Book Rental: The Next Big Thing on Campus
NEA Tabs Black Lawrence Press Writers
A Very Merry Christmas for Children's Booksellers
Publishers Climb Aboard for Sandy Hook Donation
Ka-ching: Indie Booksellers Ring Up Strong Holiday Sales
How Close Are We to Sales Tax Fairness?
Books of Wonder to Partner with City Bakery
Godine Launches Its First App
Publishing Community Responds to Sandy Hook Tragedy
New Adult: Needless Marketing-Speak Or Valued Subgenre?
A Tribute to Picture-Book Pioneers Maud and Miska Petersham
Three Booksellers Look Back
Children's Booksellers Off to a Strong Start for Holiday Selling Season
Islandport Partners with Local Maine Group to Get Kids Exercising
Can Bricks-and-Mortar Bookstores Beat Last Year?
Books of Wonder Fundraising Update
Getting a Grip on Sidelines for the 2012 Holiday Season
Eric Carle Museum Celebrates Its First Decade
Jill McCorkle: Greetings from Pine Haven
Hiring the Next Generation Of Booksellers
From Screen to Book: Candlewick's First Picture Book Symposium
Books & Books at 30
Tallying Sandy’s Losses
Cozy Board Book Classics in 12 Words
Transportation Bookstores Take Cues from Indies
Children's Booksellers Optimistic at PNBA Show
Random Penguins?
New Look for Left Bank Books
Children's Authors and Booksellers Get Noticed at NAIBA
Books of Wonder Looks to indiegogo for Help
New Jersey Bookshop with a Mission – to Help Autistic Kids
Finding a Role in the Middle
ABA Readies “Thanks for Shopping Indie”
Paris Press Plans Special Edition of Woolf’s ‘On Being Ill’
'High Energy' at New Atlantic Booksellers Conference
Q & A with Lucy Cousins
Points of Sale: Tips for Children's Booksellers
Price Transparency as Sales Strategy
More Than Half a Million Children and Teachers Make Their Mark on Dot Day
A Sneak Peek at David Wiesner's Next Picture Book
Bookstores Celebrate Hobbit Day
The Art of the Catalogue
Prospering with Used Books
A YA Press Grows in New Hampshire
SEAL Book, New Rowling Could Signal a Strong Fall
A Cash Mob Hits Reopened Curious George Store
Indie Sleepers Titles to Watch: Indie Sleepers Fall 2012
Applewood Brings Back a Christmas Classic – Again
Candlewick Affirms Faith in Picture Books for 20th Anniversary
Let the Regionals Roll
At 50, MIT Press Looks Forward
'Find Waldo Local' to Return in 2013
Reinventing the Community Bookstore
'Find Waldo Local' Promotion Ends on High Note
ReDigi Plans to Sell Used E-books
Selling ‘The Night Circus'
Children’s Books Taking College Campuses by Storm
Book Retriever App Tracks Classroom and Home Libraries
Cultivating Book Sales at Farmers’ Markets
Finding Waldo on Main Street
Grolier Poetry Book Shop Goes Nonprofit Route
‘The Art Forger:’ Can Lightning Strike Twice for Algonquin?
The Other E-book Retailers
BEA 2012: Kids' Books in the Digital Age
On the Case: PW Talks with Hank Phillippi Ryan
BEA 2012: Power Readers at BEA
BEA 2012: A Bookseller Campaign Did the Job
BEA 2012: Selling Like Wild Fire
BEA 2012: Top 50 from America’s Indies
BEA 2012: Russo Takes On Amazon At ‘Why Indies Matter’
BEA 2012: Little, Brown—175 Years Young
BEA 2012: Shifts Coming in BEA Schedule; ABA Upbeat
Catching the Summer Book-Buying Wave
Off and Running
Off and Running
National Picture Book Week Migrates to Blog
A Talk with Daniel Nayeri, HMH's New Digital Editorial Director
The Paper Store
Used-Book Stores in the Digital Age
Kids Connect on Poptropica
Points of Sale: Pages of Promise
Where Up Is the New Up: BEA 2012
Ann Kingman & Michael Kindness: PW's Reps of the Year
Distribution in a Digital Age
PW Select April 2012: Blurb Grows as Authors Benefit
New England Family Restaurants to Promote Local Picture Book
Lucky Ticket: Alyson Hagy
Godine to Publish Restored Werfel Classic
Is ‘Buy Local’ Enough?
Lion Stone Launches Artisanal Series
Finding the Right Course
'Catching Fire' Shipping Error Angers N.E. Booksellers
Children's Institute Slated for BEA
Retirement Community Residents Write Surprise WWII Hit
Taking E-books to the Next Level
Points of Sale: Tips for Children’s Booksellers
Taking E-books to the Next Level
The Return of the Beastly Babies
The Evolving Role of the Sales Rep
Gonzalez Moves to Macmillan as Part of Sales Reorg
A Winning Winter Institute
Tuttle Stirs Up Its Children's List
Buzz Books at Winter Institute
L.L. Bean Turns 100
Two Decades at Barefoot Books
Spellbound on the Move
Strong Finish to a Tough Year
Google eBooks One Year Later
Beyond Bananagrams
Globe Pequot Press Goes Back to Its Roots
Booksellers Unhappy With Amazon’s Latest Moves
A Talk with Neil Van Uum
'Helping Santa': A Christmas Book Inspired by Online Story
Saturday Is 'Take Your Child to a Bookstore' Day
Fast-Growing French Publisher to Make U.S. Debut
Keeping Regional Shows Relevant
Books24x7: Professional Books Go Digital
Elf Heads to TV for the Holidays
Willow Bookshop Sponsors Day-Long Tween Fest
Digital Catalogues Take Over
Is There a Bookstore of the Future?
Linden Tree On the Move
NEIBA Gets Back to Children's Bookselling Basics
A Conversation with Sam McBratney
Aladdin and Simon Pulse to Distribute Beyond Words Kids
Getting in the Spirit: Seven Footer Uses New Technology for Print
Imagine Fitting in with Charlesbridge
NAIBA Offers Tips for Holding YA Events
Summer’s Over—and the Kids' Bookstores Are All Right
America’s Test Kitchen Bets On Print
After Borders: New Tenants In Former Borders Stores
Finding Waldo on the Cape
Children's Store to Open in Katonah, N.Y.
2011 Regionals: Adult Galleys to Grab
Regionals 2011: Children's Galleys to Grab
2011 Regionals: Back to Bookselling Basics
Diversity Rules at GABBS Boston
Interweave Press Sewing Success
Golden Oldies: Survival Tips from the Country's Ten Oldest Bookstores
A World Without Borders
Bookselling After Borders
Dubai Publisher Makes U.S. Debut
Painting a Different Picture
Bookstores as Classrooms
GABBS Returns to Boston
New Lit Mag to Showcase Emerging YA Writers
A New Generation of Rep Groups
Three YA Authors Bring Online to the Real World
Book Machines Near the Tipping Point?
Kids Ink Turns 25
The Other Black Friday for Children's Booksellers: Memorial Day
Dedham Celebrates Judy Moody Day
DDG Booksellers Turns 20
Hoping for a Hot Summer
Points of Sale: Tips for Children's Booksellers
This Christmas Season, the Elf's Off the Shelf
Bookstores and Bloggers
The Credit Crunch Intensifies
Anderson’s Books: PW Bookstore of the Year 2011
The New York State of Bookselling
A Conversation With Oren Teicher
Lessons from Powell's Books
Innovation in the Adirondacks
Children's Specialist Buys Bookstore in Worcester
Thoughts of a Teen Book Blogger
A Different Trend: A Toy Store Moves into Books
Storey Publishing Broadens Its Appeal
B&N Launches Exclusive Partnership with Eric Carle
Reach Out and Read's New Literacy Guide for Children with Disabilities
CAMEX 2011: Moving Beyond the Book
Seven Stories Gets Stieg Larsson's Personal and Political Back Story
A World with Fewer Borders
Where the Kids Are: Marketing Online
Bookmarc: Bookstore as Luxury Brand
Taking Flight with Maya Soetoro-Ng
Kids Running the Store
Sterling to Publish Picture Book of 'Blowin' in the Wind'
E-books and More at Winter Institute 6
Winter Institute: Big Books for Kids
Time to Change Co-op?
Student Press Could Have Sleeper Hit
New Children's Bookstore Opens in Lexington, Mass.
Strong Finish to a Flat Year
New Generation Takes Over at Shambhala
Points of Sale: Tips for Children’s Booksellers
Bookselling Strategies for the Other 12 Days of Christmas
Making the Web Pay
ABC Booksellers Overwhelmingly Approve Merger With ABA
Green Steps
Toy Story at the Chains
Two NYC Kids' Stores Celebrate 70 Years—Combined
Chronicle to Distribute The Creative Company
Borders Expands Games and Toys
Regional Trade Shows Live for Another Day
New Children's Bookstores to Open in Mass., Wash.
Nicholas Brealey Finds Its Groove
College Bookstores Head Back to Class
B&N Divides Out Teen Fiction Genres
GLiBA: Great Vibes at Great Lakes
Seven Stories to Publish Simultaneous Adult/YA Book
PM Hits 100
More than a Bookstore
NEIBA and NECBA: Slimmer but Still Vital
Lemniscaat Goes Solo, Offers Dutch Treat
Fathers and Sons
Getting in Bed with SIBA
Bargain Books in Transition
Fire Petal Opens Its Doors
Points of Sale: Tips for Children's Booksellers
Penguin Adds Poptropica Imprint
HEB Grocery Chain's Push for Reading
Rousing the Sleepers
'Mockingjay' Lands in Bookstores
BookMasters Goes Vertical
Countdown to Mockingjay
ABC and ABA to Present Merger Plan in September
Used Books: On the Up and Up
Why? Publishers Answer Booksellers' Questions
New Plagiarism Suit Against Harry Potter and Scholastic
Summer Lovers
New Children's Bookstore in Maine
New Film on Children's Book Authors and Illustrators
Chipping Away at Science: Turning the Humble Potato Chip into a Scientific Experiment
Converting Mindshare to Market Share
Autobiography of a Cover
An Impassioned Plea for Picture Books
Can Sales Reps Survive?
Getting Tweens to Read and Review ARCs
Half Price Operating at Full Speed
Tapping into the National Parks
Using E-Books to Support Print
Ronald Koltnow: Rep of theYear
Newtonville to Close Children's Store
'Sleeping Beauties' a Sleeper Hit for Sellers
Book Presence Grows At Paradies Shops
Publishers Squeezing Booksellers on Credit
Feminist Press at 40: Changing Definitions
Distributors Stay Upbeat
Smith to Retire, Puts Wellesley Booksmith up for Sale
New Children's Bookstore to Open Near Salt Lake City
Glenn Beck Helps Turn Anarchist Book Into Bestseller
YA Panel with Black, Clare and Link to Benefit Hospital
ABC-ABA Potential Merger Update
Winter Institute: How Digitization is Impacting the Industry
Booksellers Protest Rep Cuts
Indie Presses Find a Home on Campuses
Arte Público Takes Aim at Childhood Obesity
Investigation Into Online Discount Practices Includes Barnes & Noble
ALA Midwinter Meeting: Let It Snow
Educational Paperback Association Broadens Its Mission
PublishingWorks Grows Using Traditional Publishing Model
Big Sales, Small Press: Bunker Hill's New England Holiday Hit
Lambda Rising to Close Remaining Stores
Paris Press's 'Sister' Act
Andover Turns 200
Mathew Price Goes Multilingual
Financiers Turned Authors: 'The Good Men Project'
RJ Julia Launches Gift Book Site
Assouline Finds Upscale Niche
BookGlutton Partners with O'Reilly for Bookstore
Interlink Kilimanjaro Book Begins Climb
Bookfest in Boston
Kids’ Books in the NAIBAhood
NAIBA’s Tween Reader Panel
Children’s Books and Author Events Key at NEIBA Show
New Atlantic Booksellers Navigate Changing Landscape
Golden Apple Comics Turns 30
New England Booksellers See Some Hopeful Signs in Weak Economy
‘Symbol’ Ripples Begin to Stir
Bookselling Heads to the Espresso Age
Books Go 3-D Starting with Ology Series in U.K.
Madras Press to Publish Short Fiction
Espresso Book Machine Adds Google Books, More Stores
Reynolds Book Inspired by Rose Kennedy Moved Up
IPS Adds VeloPress
Bookseller Pens Mystery About Book Hound
Thinking Outside The Bookstore Box
Online Bookstore, Literary Matters, Launched
Spreading the Word: Summer Reading at DDG
Joseph Up at Globe Pequot as Publisher Refocuses
GABBS Does Boston
Self-Published Book Gets Neiman Marcus Launch
Author Irene Smalls Adds Exercise to Reading
Rethinking the Fall Regionals
Tess’s Tree: Online Picture Book Moves to Print
Book Parties on Twitter
ABA Looks at Discontinuing Gift Card Program
Slow, Steady Growth for Charlesbridge at 20
Change Makers: Margo Baldwin
Over 200 Publishers, Distributors Sign On to NAIPR's Frontlist Plus Universal
Poptropica: Online Publisher for Kids
Children's Books: Channel Surfing
Cover of the Week: 'Geektastic'
Scholastic Reconfigures Book Fairs
Chelsea Green Sets Up Wish List for Librarians
Carl Weber Expands Urban Books Company
NECBA's Pub Crawl: Two Publishers, One Day
Using Thought Leadership Marketing to Build Your Children’s Business
BookExpo America 2009: Stupid Things Booksellers & Publishers Do
BookExpo America 2009: ABA Takes Care of Business
BookExpo America 2009: Gaiman, Scieszka Headline Indies Choice Book Awards
BookExpo America 2009: ABA Day of Education Highlights Ties That Bind
Landesman Seen As Good Fit For NEA
The 'Other' Interlink Launches Two Imprints
Copyright Clearance Center Piles Up the Numbers
Schroder to Leave Candlewick
McNally Jackson Books: Turn, Turn, Turn
Combat Poetry: Swords into Ploughshares—and Paper
'Wanting' Kicks Off New NAIBA Program
NEIBA 2009 Award Winners Announced
IndieBound Heads to the iPhone
Gardening Publishers Set Spring Tour
Sales Changes at Candlewick
Children's Books: Virginia Lee Burton Turns 100
Association of Booksellers for Children in Talks With American Booksellers Association
ABC to Explore Merger with ABA
Print Run Set for New DiCamillo Novel
One of the World’s Best: Secret Headquarters
Where’s Bono? And What’s His Favorite Book Charity?
Anderson Sues Magazine Publishers & Wholesalers
Managing Inventory: Booksellers as Curators
Kids Heart Authors Day a Success
Tales of Wonder to Launch Remainder House
Taking Steps into the Digital Future
‘The Year We Disappeared’ to Appear on National TV
James Patterson Launches ReadKiddoRead
Graphic Sales Grow at Denver’s Tattered Cover
Children’s Bookseller Opens Store of Her Own
Holiday Rebound: Children’s Sales Pick Up in December
Chapel Hill Comics: The Evolution of a Comics Bookstore
India-Based Author Takes a Virtual Tour
Remembering James Marshall
Comics and Classics: Two Stores in One
Lose Weight by Reading
Temple Adds Children's Titles
Small Beer, for Children
True-Crime Memoir Revives 30-Year-Old Shooting Case
Candlewick Revamps Sales and Marketing, Launches Templar Imprint
Kids' Stores Grow Up
Not Too Cute for Words
No Sale for All for Kids Books & Music
Booksellers Turn Out for More on Buying Local
PW Talks With Rich Kallman
Animal House
Q&A with Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Anarchy Reigns at AK Press
Lance Fensterman
Barefoot in Manhattan
Intrepid Toby: Fiction & International
Zack Zook
On Demand Books Signs Agreement with Lightning Source
Shambhala Goes Frontlist
Diamond, Retailers Eye Graphic Novel Remainders
Rogue Wolf Acquires Cold Cut
The Right Mix: Kids and Adults
S&S Kids' Unit Adds Beacon Street Series
Can Children's Specialty Bookstores Survive?
'Twas the Day After Christmas…
Revamped NAIBA Gets Thumbs Up
Can Small Press Distributors Survive?
Commercial Frontlist, His Own Backlist
BookWorld Closes, AtlasBooks Steps Up
Bookazine to Add Manga to 900 Stores
Attendance at NEIBA Show Holds Steady
Southie Memoir Comes Home
Robin’s to Close Annex
Bennett Books to Close
Two Cookbook-Specific Stores Open in Northeast
Indie Surprises for Fall
BookCourt Adding Space, Titles
How Will HM's Harcourt Buy Affect Trade?
Adam Gamble Says "Good Night" to Publishing
Believe It or Not: Ripley's to Expand Publishing Program
Nomad Creates Hybrid Kids Texts
Interlink: Quietly Hosting Voices
Lone Star Focuses on Customers & Comics
Teri Kelly to Step Down at Houghton Mifflin
Thinking Beyond the Bookstore: Hybrid Independents
Kids’ Comics on the Rise @ New York Comic Con
Denver's Grande Dame of Bookselling Retires
Dishing Up Cookbooks for Kids
Children's Bookshelf Talks with Elizabeth Bluemle
Self-Pubbed Author Opens Doors for UP
Frederick Reiken: Love and Loss in the Meadowlands
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