Starting August 20, booksellers can view a list of more than 450 banned and challenged titles via Ingram’s ipage®. Orders of 30 or more books per store entitle purchasers to a “Banned Books Week in a Box” display kit and additional discounts on initial and subsequent orders.
The Book Industry Charitable Foundation will be holding used cell phone recycling drives at each of this fall’s regional trade shows. Proceeds from the drives will help pay emergency expenses for booksellers in need.
At this month’s National Book Festival, official bookseller Politics & Prose will be sharing the spotlight with fellow indie bookstores through a specially created wallpaper showcasing all of ABA’s member stores.
Customers entering Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this week are being greeted by a display of the Authors United ad that ran in the August 10 edition of the New York Times.
Earlier this summer, Annie Philbrick of Bank Square Books talked with The Book Report Network’s Teenreads about becoming a bookstore owner, the store’s role within the coastal community, and her favorite — and least favorite — parts of the job.
Dana Alison Levy is the author of The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher, a New Voices pick for middle-graders that Sara Hines of Eight Cousins calls “a laugh-out-loud story of a patchwork family that balances zany antics with heartfelt moments.”
breathe books’ Weis-Bohlen ready to turn the page; Oxford Exchange to feature Rizzoli “Studio” site; Florida stores plan Bookstore Day; Weller Book Works celebrates 85 years of bookselling; Strand launches Signed First Editions subscriptions; Carmichael’s Kids opens