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The Wonderful Approval Plan »

(BLOG POST) By Jonathan Perry — Here is a 30-second reminder about some of the book world’s quietest and most loyal customers: library approval plans. Libraries collect books. Collection management is a complicated and time-consuming process. Many libraries set up “approval plans” that are basically …

IBPA at ALA 2012 — “Independent publishers have the most unique product” »

IBPA has been attending ALA for 20+ years now, so we usually land a pretty good location on the show floor. This year we were in the perfect spot between Scholastic and Penguin Books, so the traffic was steady and constant. The mood for the show was decidedly “excited and interested” and the IBPA booth was full of visitors.

IBPA member titles rock the house at the Public Library Association Conference »

Following is an excerpt from a report, written by Assistant Director Lisa Krebs, on IBPA’s recent attendance at the PLA Conference. More than 125 members exhibited their books in the IBPA booth and many of those also participated in in-booth autographing sessions.

Help for Libraries: Overdue, but Not Too Late »

After 30 years on the line, Dan was let go by the factory. In a technology-driven economy, he had no computer skills, no job prospects, and no money for training.

They helped him find a job.

A class of 4-year-olds from low-income backgrounds took part in a program that combined literature with technology-based learning experiences—and fun.

They helped them find a future

Who are “they,” and why should we care?

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