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  • This Week's Bestsellers: December 11, 2023

    Dav Pilkey's fifth Cat Kid Comic Club volume, 'Influencers,' is the #1 book in the country. Plus Nicole "the Holistic Psychologist" LePera returns with 'How to Be the Love You Seek,' and Lynn Painter, who writes rom-coms for teens and adults, has her best first week yet with 'Betting on You.'

  • Holiday Book Sales Have Another Good Week

    Holiday sales of print books followed a small increase over Thanksgiving week with a 4.2% gain last week over the week ended December 3, 2022, at outlets that report to Circana BookScan.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: December 4, 2023

    'Taylor Swift: A Little Golden Book Biography,' now in its seventh month on sale, is the #7 book in the country. Plus Snoop Dogg and Earl “E-40” Stevens serve up a new cookbook, 'Goon with the Spoon,' and Skyward series author Brandon Sanderson remains 'Defiant.'

  • A Primer for Protecting and Supporting Bookstores

    ‘How to Protect Bookstores and Why,’ the new book by The Raven bookstore co-owner Danny Caine, offers strategies for booksellers and their customers to keep indie stores kicking.

  • The Holiday Season Looks Promising for Indie Bookstores

    Independent bookstores saw steady sales over the shopping spree that increasingly characterizes the three days after Thanksgiving, which brought with them a much-needed confidence boost for booksellers going into the holiday season.

  • Suzanne Collins, Rebecca Yarros Drove Print Book Sales Up over Thanksgiving

    Titles in the Hunger Games and Empyrean series sold in big numbers last week, leading to a 1.4% increase in sales of print books over 2022.

  • Grand Gesture Books Goes Big on Romance

    Bookseller Katherine Morgan has founded her own online bookstore—all while working two gigs at and Powell's City of Books.

  • Workers at Two More B&N Stores Vote to Unionize

    The union drives at Barnes & Noble are spreading beyond East Coast stores, to California and the Midwest, as workers at locations in San Jose, Calif., and Bloomington, Ill., have voted join unions.

  • Kristin Rasmussen and Ann Seaton Are Moving On from CALIBA

    After co-directing CALIBA since 2021, Rasmussen is leaving to become a Scholastic district sales rep, while Seaton will stay on a for a period to facilitate the association's leadership change.

  • Black-Owned Bookstores in the Twin Cities

    Black entrepreneurs in the Twin Cities build solidarity through bookselling.

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