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    Illinois Marketplace Fairness Act goes into effect; Political books driving U.S. print market growth; Name changed for Laura Ingalls Wilder Award; Donald Hall dies; Macmillan’s Alison Lazarus joins Hachette; Pritzker Award winner announced

    Promote “The Great American Read” With Exclusive Offer From Baker & Taylor

    In celebration of The Great American Read, PBS’ eight-part TV series aimed at sparking a national conversation on reading, Baker & Taylor is offering indie bookstores a discount on 100 books featured on the program.

    ABA Member Booksellers Help Introduce Counterpoint’s Wendell Berry Catalog

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    A Closer Look at Sourcebooks, Dominique Raccah’s “Female-Forward” Publishing Company

    Sourcebooks is known for challenging the conventional, creating conversations, relentless innovation, and creating new kinds of business for its retail partners, including independent bookstores, Raccah says.

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    Children’s Institute Scholarship Winners, Attendee List Announced

    Thanks to the generosity of lead sponsor Baker & Taylor, 55 publisher sponsors, the Book Industry Charitable Foundation, and Publishers Weekly, 79 booksellers have received a scholarship to attend Children’s Institute.

    Sign Up for Candlewick’s CHIRP Program to Receive Indie Bookseller Perks

    Bookstores that participate in CHIRP, the targeted hand-selling initiative for frontline booksellers, can receive exclusive benefits.

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