New England booksellers

Rosenbaum, J.; Mutter, J.
November 1990
Publishers Weekly;11/16/1990, Vol. 237 Issue 46, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on the New England Booksellers Association's annual convention and trade show, held October 12-14, 1990. Record crowds; Economy of the region; Fears of booksellers to what will happen in the spring because of the economy; How most booksellers felt about being in Boston; Innovative programming; New England Children's Booksellers Association; Industry checkup; Association business. INSET: Defining YA--and other children's matters, by D. Roback..


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