Children’s Bookselling

18 Aug

Booksellers Prepare to Celebrate Mockingjay

Bookstores around the country will be open late on Monday night for customers who can't wait to get their hands on Mockingjay, the third book in Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games trilogy.

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14 Jul

Alamosa Books: Three Months In

Elizabeth and Sean Anker opened their children’s bookstore in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on April 3. "We have anything a teenager or younger is going to need or want to read,” said Elizabeth Anker.

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10 Jun

BTW News Briefs

NECBA publishes kids' spring list, reviews; Barbara Kingsolver wins Orange Prize; Boston-Globe Horn Book and Griffin Trust announce winners

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03 Jun

The Best Way to Serve Tween Readers (and Their Parents)

Booksellers discussed the challenges and opportunities that 8-to-12-year-old readers represent, as part of ABA's Day of Education at BookExpo America.

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27 May

Book & Author Breakfasts Draw Engaging Authors

Both the Children's and Adult Book & Author Breakfasts were highlights of BEA, featuring authors who were both funny and moving, often simultaneously.

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13 May

The Summer Children's Indie Next List Preview

The Summer 2010 Kids' Indie Next List can now be seen in preview online. The four-page, full-color flier will be arriving at indie bookstores in the upcoming Children's White Box.

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21 Apr

Blue Willow Brings Authors to TeenBookCon

The April 10 Greater Houston TeenBookCon proved that "yes indeed, Houston can put on some great events," said Cathy Berner. As the events coordinator and children's/young adult specialist at Blue Willow Bookshop, Berner was one of the festival's organizers.

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15 Apr

On Tap for Children's Booksellers at BEA

The Association of Booksellers for Children has released a rundown of programming for children's booksellers at next month's BookExpo America. Offerings include everything from educational sessions on serving the tween reader and the nuts and bolts of kids' bookselling, presented in conjunction with ABA's Day of Education on Tuesday, May 25, to some very special author events and ABC's annual Silent Auction.

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11 Mar

Candlewick Launches Indie Marketing Program

Independent booksellers have long been known for their handselling skills. Candlewick Press plans to encourage booksellers to use those skills through the new Candlewick's Handselling Indie Recognition Program (CHIRP).

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18 Feb

The Spring Children's Indie Next List Preview

The Spring 2010 Kids' Indie Next List can now be seen in preview online. The four-page, full-color flier will be arriving at indie bookstores in the upcoming Children's White Box.

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19 Nov

Top Indie Recommendations for Kids & Young Adults: Winter 2001 - 2009

The number-one indie title recommendations for kids for winter 2001 through 2009 are now featured in an attractive downloadable PDF flier.

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12 Nov

The Winter Children's Indie Next List Preview

The Winter 2009/2010 Kids' Indie Next List can now be seen in preview online. The four-page, full-color flier will be arriving at indie bookstores in the upcoming quarterly Children's White Box.

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10 Nov

The Winter '09/'10 Children's Indie Next List

1. The Maze Runner by James Dashner
(Delacorte Books for Young Readers, $16.99, 9780385737944)
"James Dashner's The Maze Runner is a fast-paced, disorienting, and frighteningly adventurous story, one that any fan of The Hunger Games or Lord of the Flies is sure to love." --Kyla Paterno, Garfield Book Company at PLU, Tacoma, WA

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04 Nov

ABC's 'Best Books for Children' to Arrive in Kids' White Box

In a strategic move that will increase its 2009 catalog circulation by 75 percent, the Association of Booksellers for Children is distributing a quantity of its 2009 Best Books for Children catalog to all of the ABA member stores receiving the Winter Children's White Box mailing this month. This is in addition to the 260 ABC members that already receive the catalog.

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04 Nov

Nominations Sought for 2010 Pannell Awards

The Women's National Book Association (WNBA) is seeking nominations for the 2010 Pannell Awards, honoring bookstores in the U.S. that excel at inspiring interest in reading and creatively bringing books and young people together.

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