Specialty Bookselling

08 Mar

Rachel Ignotofsky to Speak at Ci5 on Empowering Young Girls

Rachel Ignotofsky, author of Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World, will deliver the closing keynote at next month’s Children’s Institute.

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08 Mar

Registration Underway for Advanced Education Session at Children’s Institute

Booksellers can sign up now for the ABC Children’s Institute Advanced Education Session, “Idea Exchange for Owners and Managers,” and share their ideas for topics to discuss during the event.

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08 Mar

Children’s Institute to Feature More Than 50 Authors and Illustrators

More than 50 authors and illustrators will appear at next month’s ABC Children’s Institute over the course of two days of plenary sessions, featured talks, and special events.

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08 Mar

Ci5 Updates: ABC Group Member Raffle, Backlist Book Swap, Bookstore Tours

With the 2017 ABC Children’s Institute just four weeks away, here are some important updates and reminders.

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07 Mar

The Indie Mystery & Thriller Bestseller List

Based on sales at independent bookstores nationwide for the eight-week period ending March 5, 2017.

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03 Mar

Voting Underway for 2017 Children’s & Teen Choice Book Awards

Voting opened on March 3 for the 10th annual Children’s & Teen Choice Book Awards, the national book awards program in which the winners are selected by children and teens of all ages.

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01 Mar

Marley Dias, Ilsa Govan to Speak at Children’s Institute

Marley Dias, the 12-year-old social activist who launched the #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign, and Ilsa Govan, the founder of Cultures Connecting, have been added to the Children’s Institute lineup.

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01 Mar

Children’s Institute Nearing Capacity: Register Now

Just a few spots remain for booksellers looking to attend the 2017 ABC Children’s Institute. The event, to be held April 5–7 in Portland, Oregon, is open to all ABA member booksellers. 

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01 Mar

Registration Opens for Advanced Education Session at Children’s Institute

Booksellers can sign up now and submit topics they wish to discuss at the April 7 Children’s Institute Advanced Education Session, “Idea Exchange for Owners and Managers.”

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01 Mar

Children’s Institute Scholarship Winners, Attendee List Announced

Thanks to the generosity of lead sponsor Baker & Taylor, 32 publisher sponsors, and the Book Industry Charitable Foundation, 47 booksellers will be attending Children’s Institute on scholarship.

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28 Feb

Source Booksellers Offers Curated Inventory, Events for Detroit Readers

Janet Webster Jones has grown Source Booksellers from a simple vendor table at area markets in 1989 into a beloved Detroit neighborhood institution with a strong focus on nonfiction books. 

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22 Feb

Wi12 Education: Successfully Merchandising and Selling Graphic Novels

At Wi12, bookseller panelists shared best practices for categorizing and shelving middle grade and young adult graphic novels, as well as how to sell the genre to parents, teachers, and young readers.

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22 Feb

Sign Up Now to Host Children’s Book Week Events

Booksellers have until March 1 to register to serve as an official event location for the 98th annual Children’s Book Week, which will take place May 1–7.

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21 Feb

The Indie Sci-Fi & Fantasy Bestseller List

Based on sales at independent bookstores nationwide for the eight-week period ending February 19, 2017.

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21 Feb

Backlist Book Swap Reception to Kick Off Children’s Institute

All registrants for the ABC Children’s Institute should plan to bring a favorite children’s book to share with colleagues at the April 5 Welcome Reception and Backlist Book Swap at Powell’s Books.

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