The global view

Lottman, Herbert R.
May 1994
Publishers Weekly;5/9/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 19, p48
Trade Publication
Presents participants' assessments of the 1994 Bologna Children's Book Fair in Italy. Impression of American publishers; Rise of Eastern Europe as a customer for rights; Surge of the Asian market; How the global economic recession affected the children's books business; Demand for particular categories of children's books; Crisis due to library budget reductions.


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