On sale dates of books have become so fluid that I rarely mention them anymore. Butfor stores who have preorders and special promotions planned, I want to highlight this on sale change.
The special one-disk vinyl edition of Poehler’s bestseller was originally scheduled to go on sale 9/1/15. But that date has been pushed back to the middle of the holiday season and will now be 11/14/15.
Yes Please Vinyl Edition (9780062435361) by Amy Poehler. $24.99 vinyl audio disc. 11/24/15 on sale.
Here are Harper’s September 2015 picks. A complete listing of all titles can be found here.
Now in Paperback
- Gutenberg’s Apprentice (9780062336026) by Alix Christie. $15.95 trade paper. 9/8/15 on sale.
- Moriarty (9780062377197) by Anthony Horowitz. $15.99 trade paper. 9/1/15 on sale.
This is our sales department’s monthly newsletter which highlights key Indie-oriented releases and includes reviews and media assets you can use in your social media efforts. To quote the newsletter:
“Our goal is to make it easy for you to share information on the books you are excited about to help get your customers excited too.
Each month you will find a selection of assets you can share with your customers like Spotify playlists, reading group guides, and audio samples. You can also click here to access our full asset library which includes everything we have featured in previous newsletters.”
You can access the latest edition here.
Our searchable Common Core website with downloadable teaching resources is now up and running at www.readcommoncore.com.
Some of you may have heard that Harper has moved its NYC offices. I hear it was quite a project but now everyone is comfotably settled in at 195 Broadway, New York, NY 10007. Please update this in your address books. Phone numbers and email addresses for everyone in the company remain the same.
And for those of you who work with the amazing Brona McCallion in the Coop Department, you’ll want to be sure to send your snail mail to her attention: Coop Department/23rd Floor.
If you’re a bookseller and haven’t heard of Binc, it’s worth taking a few moments to watch this new video. Binc is a nonprofit dedicated to helping booksellers–they provide financial assistance to booksellers in need as well as scholarships. You can find out more here. Whether you are in need or are interesting helping Binc with its mission, it’s an organization worth checking out.