02 Mar
Children's Art Auction

Donations Sought for Silent Art Auction at BookExpo

Illustrators are encouraged to donate artwork for the 2018 Silent Art Auction to benefit the American Booksellers for Free Expression and Every Child a Reader, which will be held May 30 at BookExpo.

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02 Mar

Start Promoting Independent Bookstore Day

Here are some tips to help spread the word about Independent Bookstore Day, which will be celebrated by more than 500 independent bookstores on April 28.

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28 Feb

ABA Programming at BookExpo to Feature Return of Perennial Favorites

BookExpo 2018 will kick off on Wednesday, May 30, with a full day of events, including Meet the Editors, Publicists Speed Dating, the Celebration of Bookselling Lunch, and the Silent Art Auction.

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27 Feb

Independent Bookstore Day Brings Back Marketing-in-a-Mailer

The Independent Bookstore Day Marketing-in-a-Mailer contains signage, stickers, teasers, shelf-talkers, and balloons to help bookstores promote the event. The kit costs $20 and orders are due March 15.

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26 Feb

BookExpo Announces Adult Book & Author Breakfast Speakers

The May 31 event will feature authors Trevor Noah, Barbara Kingsolver, Nicholas Sparks, and Jill Lepore, as well as hosts Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman.

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20 Feb

2018 Children’s Institute Registration Opens

The American Booksellers Association’s sixth ABC Children’s Institute will be held June 19–21 at the Sheraton New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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15 Nov

2018 BookExpo Registration Opens

Booksellers can register now for BookExpo 2018, which will be held at New York’s Javits Convention Center from Wednesday, May 30, through Friday, June 1.

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