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Pandemic puts books back in business — real ones, not the ‘e’ variety

Though the latter sold well, revenue is rocketing for publishers, with the US seeing a huge increase in sales

21 June 2021 - 20:19 By Martin Ivens

Last year, theatres went dark, galleries closed and concert venues stood silent. But there was one creative industry that flourished during lockdown: the reading and publishing of books. Many in the industry, as well as parents and educators, are now hoping the habit will stick around post-Covid-19. My guess is it just might...

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