Issue 6   March 22, 2012
Industry News
GABBS Wrap-up

“Let me be very clear: We hear you! It is the unequivocal belief of your association (ABA) that print and reading are here to stay.“ Oren Teicher, ABA CEO

The GABBS Atlanta bargain, overstock and remainder book show and bookseller seminars wrapped up this past festive weekend with a lot of positives in the midst of an industry that is still trying to define its future in the ever changing market place and struggling economy. Although the show had less attendees than last year, many of the vendors still had increased sales and the booksellers were treated to a very mixed abundance of new product. Read On!
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In The News
by Tiffany Noel

This Week’s In The News includes: Apple Accused by Chinese Writers of Online Piracy, Pegasus Goes International, Scholastic Liable for Club Tax in Connecticut and The Hunger Games Opening Week. Additionally, Pottermore Pre-Sales Suspended for Libraries, Book Deal for Amanda Knox’s Ex-Boyfriend, Original Programming for Netflix Brings Book Adaptation Deals, Dystopian Novel Explosion, Apple Already Sold Over 3 Million New iPads and Amazon to Acquire Kiva Systems. Read On!
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GABBS POT O' Gold Winners
Also, Best St. Patrick's Day Picture winner!
www.gabbs.net
Every year GABBS Atlanta (formally the Spring Book Show) holds a Pot O' Gold give-a-way on Sunday at noon that all booksellers attending the show can enter. Prizes include skids of books, airfare-hotel-registration to next GABBS, book collections, calendars,  association memberships, free freight and more. Read on for this year's winners!
(Pictured below are GABBS Atlanta owner, Larry May and SIBA Executive Director, Wanda Jewell, on St. Patrick's Day)
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GABBS' Larry May & SIBA's Wanda Jewell
 
GABBS Atlanta 2012!
A good time was had by all!
 
Blog News!
Hunger Games!
www.bigbookstinyvoices.com/
Into the Hunger Games? On "bigbookstinyvoices.com" blog, check out the various covers from around the world. Hunger Games in the latest series that has become a phenomenon of readers of all ages. Keep up with the latest on this new blog. And don't forget to 'like" it on Facebook!
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