Relations between children's libraries and children's

Fasick, Adele
May 1991
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun91, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p14
Explores the relationship between children's librarianship and children's publishing. Development of specialized publishing for children in Great Britain, United States and Canada; Factors which encouraged publishing in Canada; What publishers and librarians need to remember about publishing; Trends in publishing; Effects of the growth of bookstore markets on children's publishing; Technological changes in publishing.


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