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- Senator Wants Copyright Office to Weigh in on Maryland Library E-book Law
"The not force publishers to transfer any of their exclusive rights," Band insists, "and the publishers’ rights remain undiminished."
- Rights Report: Week of August 16, 2021
Amy Novesky at Cameron Kids has bought world rights to Horse Crazy Tales, a series of middle grade novels written by Sarah Maslin Nir, New York Times reporter and author of Horse Crazy: The Story of a Woman and a World in Love with an Animal.
- The Future of School Author Visits
Spiro “heavily discounted” her fee for virtual visits during the pandemic because it “seemed like the right thing to do.”
- Say Their Names: How Black Lives Came to Matter in America
The result is an accessible introduction to the latest chapter in the ongoing struggle for civil rights in America.
- Kids’ Workbooks Level Up
In 2021, some publishers and retailers report similar trends.
- Breathing Lessons: A Doctor's Guide to Lung Health
Comprehensive and accessible, this arrives right on time.
- Biographies Illuminate STEM/STEAM Heroes and Concepts for Young Readers
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- Reopenings, TikTok Boosts Indigo Sales in Q1
Right now we are focusing all our attention on digital investment."
- Belarus Dissolves PEN, Provokes International Ire
Do not stop reporting on Belarus, print “banned books”, advocate for local scholarships and residencies.
- Rights Report: Week of August 9, 2021
Tamar Brazis at Viking has bought world rights at auction to Hello, Beautiful by Traci N.
- Censorship on the Rise Worldwide
The report is downloadable from the IPA website.Since that report was issued, efforts to censor books have continued.
- ABA Issues Findings Following July Member Backlash
Bookstores that report sales and submit Indie Next List nominations are eligible to receive the boxes.
- Jessamine Chan's Chilling Debut Novel
And the answer is yes.”In addition to the U.K., rights have sold in Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, and Turkey to date.
- Quarto Posts a Profit in First Half of 2021
Despite those challenges, Quarto reported, it “has the right plans in place to capture all possible opportunities and deliver a satisfactory second half.”