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Spring 2000 Children's Books
Editor: Diane Roback, Associate Editor: Cindi Di Marzo -- 2/14/00
The advent of a new publishing season is eagerly anticipated by all who love children's books, and this season's offerings will not disappoint. As we move into the spring, we've noticed some interesting trends, important industry milestones and many volumes offering just plain fun.
Yes, we're in a new millennium now, marked by advances in technology and media-generated books, but publishers are also mining their backlists for books that never seem to go out of style. Read about how a love of reading, developed in childhood, has inspired some favorite authors to write their own books. And for a look into the future, read a discussion by some industry figures about what may be in store for the children's publishing industry. Happy reading!

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