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  • Surviving Winter | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← 2009 Children’s Book Awards A RoundUp The Customer Is Not Always Right → Surviving Winter Josie Leavitt January 25th 2010 15 Replies Tweet As
    01/17/2018
  • The Stars So Far – October 2015 Update | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Kindergarteners at the Store Flapping for David Sedaris → The Stars So Far October 2015 Update Elizabeth Bluemle October 19th 2015 Tweet Drum roll plea
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  • Books You Passed Around as Kids | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Fantastic Books That Might Not Get Published Today When Authors Bring Their Own Books to Events → Books You Passed Around as Kids Josie Leavitt March 22nd 2016 9 Replies Tweet
    01/17/2018
  • If Borders Can’t Make It… | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← A Favorite Customer Searching for the Right Response to Borders Closing → If Borders Can’t Make It Josie Leavitt July 20th 2011 18 Replies Tweet 
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  • “We’ve Left a Bit of a Mess” | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Better Than Mayberry EndofSummer Scramble → “We’ve Left a Bit of a Mess” Josie Leavitt August 14th 2013 11 Replies Tweet I’ve heard this phrase som
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  • A New Low for Amazon | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Really Seriously Now A Great Day for Us → A New Low for Amazon Josie Leavitt December 8th 2011 59 Replies Tweet I was having a lovely eveni
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  • A Good Galley Day | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Make a Bookish Birdhouse of Your Own They Grew Up So Nice → A Good Galley Day Josie Leavitt May 4th 2012 7 Replies Tweet Yesterday I cleane
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  • Are We Rushing Kids Out of Picture Books? | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Vermont’s Youngest Librarians Ages 11 and 6 To Host or Not to Host → Are We Rushing Kids Out of Picture Books Elizabeth Bluemle April 1st 2014 44 Replies Tweet
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  • Oh, the Agony | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← To Market To Market A Perfectly Arugula Tea Party → Oh the Agony Josie Leavitt May 18th 2009 12 Replies Tweet This is a quick post I’d writ
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  • Selling Color in a White Town | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Distract and Delay The Stars So Far Updated Sept 22 2010 → Selling Color in a White Town Elizabeth Bluemle September 21st 2010 46 Replies Tweet
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  • Summer Reading Programs That Work | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Books Gone Green What New England Children’s Booksellers Are Reading → Summer Reading Programs That Work Josie Leavitt April 7th 2010 4 Replies Tweet Y
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  • 2D Barcodes and What They Mean to You | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← SaleFail Losing Sales Through Every Fault of Your Own When Authors Help with Events → 2D Barcodes and What They Mean to You Josie Leavitt May 4th 2010 9 Replies Tweet
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  • Trade Show Thoughts | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Kindergartners and the Store It’s Not Rocket Science → Trade Show Thoughts Josie Leavitt October 20th 2011 2 Replies Tweet I know I promised this f
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  • A Series Plea | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Authors Plan Your Summer Vacation Now Catch and Release → A Series Plea Elizabeth Bluemle April 26th 2013 15 Replies Tweet My Dearest Publishers Editor
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  • Trade Books in the Classroom | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Flapping for David Sedaris Happy Afterglow Alison McGhee and Dav Pilkey → Trade Books in the Classroom Kenny Brechner October 22nd 2015 Tweet In my experience most
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