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    A new store opens in Ottawa; a New Mexico store experiments with a local press; a Pennsylvania store becomes one of the black-owned bookstores coming back; and more.

  • Bookstore News: October 19, 2016

    New York City loses another Barnes & Noble; Maine gains a bookstore; determined Oregon store stays open despite flooding; and more.

  • Twin Cities, Already Rich in Children's Bookstores, to Add Another

    The Twin Cities is gaining another indie children's bookstore this spring with the opening of Babycake's Book Stack.

  • NAIBA 2016: Younger Booksellers Bring Invigorating Presence

    Attendance was up at the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association fall conference, held from October 15-17 in Baltimore, Md. The show, which grew by 40 booksellers and 20 exhibit tables, also saw an increased presence from younger booksellers.

  • August Bookstore Sales Rose 2.0%

    Sales in August, one the biggest sales months of the year because of students returning to college, rose to $1.66 billion from $1.63 billion a year ago.

  • Bookstore News: October 17, 2016

    New bookstores prep for opening in Florida and Indiana; a Massachusetts store moves to new digs; a children’s bookstore changes hands in Indiana; and more.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: October 17, 2016

    Two giants of children’s publishing battle it out for top honors on our bestseller list. Plus Maria Semple follows up 2012’s ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ with ‘Today Will Be Different,’ and much more.

  • Sales of Print Books Slowed in Third Quarter

    Though sales continue to be up over last year, the rate of growth is down from 6% for the first half of the year, to 3% in the third quarter.

  • Bookstore News: October 12, 2016

    Two California friends look to mix tea and books; an Arizona sporting goods store makes a literary pivot; three iconic Bay Area-bookstores land legacy status; and more.

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