Thursday, December 19, 2013

Nostalgia Drives Polish Children's Book Sales Boom

A revival in classic illustrated books is helping Poland's children's book market boom, says Katarzyna Domańska of publisher Dwie Siostry.
Amid a general book market decline, the Polish Chamber of Books (PIK) has drafted a bill which is set to introduce fixed prices for new book releases for 18 months after publication.
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