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  • The Bestselling Books of 2016 (So Far)

    Different editions of Jojo Moyes's 'Me Before You' take three spots among the top 20 bestselling books for the first half of the year.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: July 11, 2016

    The #1 book in the country is ‘Crisis of Character’ by former uniformed Secret Service officer Gary J. Byrne, one of three politically charged books debuting on our Hardcover Nonfiction list this week. Plus ‘Battlefield Earth’ finds sales success in a new edition, Chuck Palahniuk’s ‘Fight Club’ goes for a graphic round two, and more.

  • Europa Creates Indie Bookseller Scholarship for Frankfurt

    To celebrate the publication of two new books by bestselling Italian author Elena Ferrante, Europa Editions is launching a scholarship program for U.S. booksellers to attend overseas book fairs.

  • Bookstore News: July 7, 2016

    A Maine store with a Richard Russo connection preps for a September opening; a beloved North Carolina institution readies a new permanent home; B&N cuts back in IT; and more.

  • Hoboken's Little City Books to Add Kids’ Store

    One year after opening, the New Jersey indie is prepping for expansion by adding a children's bookstore around the corner.

  • Architecture Pub Opens Bookstore in Upstate NY

    Princeton Architectural Press' Paper + Goods Storefront is located next door to the publisher's new offices in Hudson, N.Y.

  • The Book Discount Beat Goes on at Amazon

    Amazon may be eliminating lists prices on some of its products as a 'New York Times' article reported, but deep discounts still prevail on the retailer's top-selling book titles.

  • Bookstore News: July 5, 2016

    Amazon takes Manhattan; Ohioans get a bookstore; Morris Book Shop in Kentucky for sale; and more.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending June 26, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • Monthly StatShot, January 2016

    Sales in the adult trade category fell 12.9% in the first month of 2016, compared to January 2015, according to the trade houses that report figures to AAP’s StatShot program.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: July 4, 2016

    Siblings Lee Goldberg and Tod Goldberg appear on our Hardcover Fiction list, with books co-authored by Janet Evanovich and Brad Meltzer. Plus Roald Dahl’s ‘The BFG’ has a big week before its big-screen debut, and much more.

  • Bookstore News: June 30, 2016

    A former corrections officer to open a bookshop in Utah; a rabbi and children's author turns bookseller in D.C.; Kansas University Jayhawks will need to find a new bookstore; and more.

  • Tips from Children's Institute 4

    For its fourth year in a row, Children’s Institute gathered booksellers from across the country for two days of education. PW reports on some particularly useful tips that booksellers shared.

  • One-Time Charges Lead to Drop in Earnings at Barnes & Noble Education

    Revenue at the college store operator rose 1.7% in fiscal 2016, but restructuring charges tied to outsourcing its digital education platform led to a decline in earnings.

  • B&N’s Nook Press Debuts Print, In-Store Event Programs

    Barnes & Noble’s self-publishing platform has launched a self-service option that allows Nook Press authors to create print editions of their titles and sell them via B&N stores.

  • Bookstore News: June 27, 2016

    A books and records shop opens in an old funhouse; books meet pizza in a Bushwick shop; the Milwaukee, Wisc., staple, Reader's Choice, is set to close; and more.

  • Barnes & Noble Bets On Physical Bookstores To Improve Profits

    New stores with cafés that serve beer and wine are part of the chain’s plans to boost its bottom line.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending June 19, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: June 27, 2016

    Emma Cline’s ‘The Girls’ is more than a cult hit, debuting at #5 on our Hardcover Fiction list. Plus the Tony Awards boost the already-strong sales of ‘Hamilton'-related titles, books about dads and granddads have a happy Father’s Day, and much more.

  • CI 4: Telling Stories at Children's Institute

    The 45-hour children's bookseller gathering in Orlando closed on a high note, in large part because of the energy and enthusiasm of booksellers.

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