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    Book Deals: Week of December 9, 2019

    Big deals this week include two six-figure acquisitions for debuts and a shift to a new publisher for bestseller and Big Stone Gap series author Adriana Trigiani.

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    Guadalajara Book Fair Continues to Grow in Importance

    The largest book event for publishers and authors in the Spanish-speaking world is burgeoning in size and value year after year.

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    Montreal's Book and Translation Fair Stirs Envy

    English-speaking Canada has no equivalent to the Salon du Livre de Montréal, which attracted more than 100,000 French-language book buyers. The annual event, which took place last week, is also a forum for Canada's publishers to talk shop and trade rights.

  • Trade Shows

    Istanbul Book Fair Celebrated Its 38th Edition

    The 38th edition of the International Istanbul Book Fair drew 800 exhibitors, 605,000 visitors, and held over 300 activities.

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    Big Bad Wolf Targets Middle East and Africa

    Big Bad Wolf Ventures, a company based in Malaysia that runs large-scale, 24-hour book sales, is opening an office inside the Sharjah Book Authority Free Zone in the UAE to service the Middle East and Africa.

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    Egypt’s Bookish Revolution

    Egyptian publishers are taking more risks in the post-Mubarak era.

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    Shanghai Children’s Book Fair: Riding High on Market Growth

    Exhibitors at the seventh edition of the China Shanghai International Children’s Book Fair were buoyed by a general perception of a booming Chinese children’s book market keen to buy rights and try new ideas.

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    Beijing's Iconic English-language Bookstore to Close

    The Bookworm in Beijing, a community hub for expats and host of a popular annual literary festival, will close after zoning changes targeting "illegal structures" in the city prevented them from renewing their lease.

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    Indigo Sales Slide 7.6% for the Quarter

    Canada's leading book retailer reported yet another quarter of declining sales, with a total sales decline of 7.6% for the second quarter of its current 2020 fiscal year compared to a year ago.

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