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Thames & Hudson announce that Owl Know How stock has just arrived and will be flying into stores this week!
As seen in Frankie magazine, this crafty and quirky children’s picture book by Australian artists Isobel Knowles & Cat Rabbit, will be featured in various media, magazines and blogs around the country as they tour and conduct workshops, so make sure you have stock.
You are invited to attend the Melbourne launch of this book at Federation Square, No Vacancy Project Space on 4 April at 6pm – or find out about other events at www.owlknowhow.com.
For your chance to win one of five customised and hand crafted cute Owl Know How shop signs for your store, send a photo of your most imaginative, creative and engaging Owl Know How display to T&H by Monday 7 May.
For POS and promotional enquiries, and competition entries please contact Saraid at firstname.lastname@example.org. All orders should be directed to MDS.
OUP will be closed on Monday 2 April and Tuesday 3 April for annual stock take. Dispatching of orders will resume on Wednesday 4 April. Price and availability is available via our website: www.oup.com.au or TitlePage www.titlepage.com.
Suzanne O’Sullivan will join Hachette on 2 April as Commissioning Editor on the Lothian Children’s Books list. Suzanne, who replaces Jon Appleton, was most recently Senior Editor at Walker Books and before that was with Scholastic Press. Suzanne can be contacted at Suzanne.OSullivan@hachette.com.au.
From 1 May Christiana Szczerba of Top Shelf Agencies will commence representing Capricorn Link to Tasmanian booksellers. Capricorn Link wishes to thank its former agent Belinda Shreeve for her past services. Christiana can be contacted on 0409-349-869 or email: email@example.com.
After 30 years of silence, and on the eve of the verdict of a Fourth Inquest, Michael Chamberlain will release his own account of the death of his baby daughter Azaria Chamberlain in a heart-wrenching and compelling book. Never before has Michael Chamberlain spoken about this tragic event and the release comprises a number of picture sections with exclusive unreleased family images. The story of the Chamberlains has been the one subject that has divided many a dinner party throughout Australia and the world. Now for the first time we will be able to hear the true story of the man behind the woman! This is a must have release!
Michael will be available for author evenings and events to express interest please contact Sacha Gratton: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales Representatives will be selling this book into the market on 1 May! Do not miss out on this opportunity to carry one of the longest awaited bios in Australia’s history.
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