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    The Bologna Children’s Book Fair has confirmed its plans to hold an in-person book fair, June 14–17, and opened registration for exhibitors.

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    PW's newly organized U.S. Book Show, slated to run May 25-27, 2021, is open for registration.

  • Taipei Book Fair Forced to Go Virtual

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    The Guadalajara International Book Fair is offering a virtual program with more than 300 events, including four days of professional panels and 120 book readings and launches by authors from 38 countries.

  • Bologna Fair Moves to June 2021, Adds General Book Program

    The Bologna Children’s Book Fair has changed its dates for 2021, moving from April to June 14–17.

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