BTW Articles

24 Jan

Wi14 Keynote: Reshma Saujani on How to Be Brave, Not Perfect

The founder and CEO of the national nonprofit Girls Who Code spoke to booksellers about the importance of girls and women taking risks and being fearless, rather than pursuing perfection.

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25 Jan

PW Announces 2019 Bookstore and Sales Rep of the Year Finalists

This year’s shortlist includes several newer stores in addition to older, established stores.

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23 Jan
Find Waldo Local

Register Now for 2019 Find Waldo Local Campaign

The deadline is Friday, March 1, for ABA member stores to sign up on BookWeb for the annual shop local campaign. Bookseller registration opened on Wednesday, January 23.

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09 Jan

Attention Wi14 Attendees: Remember to Bring Spanish-Language Titles for Refugees

Attendees at ABA’s upcoming Winter Institute 14 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, are invited to donate Spanish-language books for refugees at the U.S.’s southern border.

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14 Jan

Last Reminder: Pack Your Winter Institute Suitcase With Spanish-Language Titles for Refugees

Booksellers, authors, and publishers who are attending Winter Institute in Albuquerque are asked to donate Spanish-language books for refugees waiting at the southern U.S. border.

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15 Jan
Maid by Stephanie Land

A Q&A With Stephanie Land, Author of February’s Indie Next List Pick

Emilie Sommer of East City Bookshop calls Stephanie Land’s Maid “a must-read of the highest order.”

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15 Jan

Wi14 Small Business Management Seminar: Staff Management and Human Resources

Dr. Robert DelCampo will discuss the challenges of recruitment and retention as well as creating a workforce that represents multiple generations of employees.

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02 Jan

Sign Up for 2019 #HarperCollinsLovesIndies Facebook Live Program

There are several changes in store for HarperCollins’ Facebook Live program this year; American Booksellers Association member bookstores are invited to sign up now.

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04 Dec

Winter Institute Book Drive to Collect Spanish-Language Titles for Refugees

ABA is asking booksellers, publishers, and authors to donate Spanish-language books during the upcoming Wi14 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to be delivered to refugees at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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14 Nov

ABA to Collect Books at Winter Institute 14 for Refugees at the Southern U.S. Border

The new “Libros Para el Viaje/Books for the Journey” campaign will be collecting gently used books for individuals and families who have arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border with nothing.

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