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Scholastic Australia and Scholastic New Zealand are delighted to announce they have secured distribution rights for all of New Frontier Publishing titles from 1 March 2013.
New Frontier Publishing has been creating quality award-winning children’s books for over ten years and its motto ‘to uplift, to inspire and to educate’ is a perfect fit for Scholastic, the market leader in children’s books.
From 1 March 2013, Dennis Jones and Associates will no longer distribute New Frontier titles. Dennis Jones will cease accepting New Frontier books into their warehouse on 30 June 2013. Please ensure return authorisation requests are faxed/emailed to Dennis Jones no later than 15 June 2013 for return stock to Dennis Jones by closing date 30 June 2013.
Please direct any future queries for New Frontier Publishing titles to Scholastic Australia. Note that Scholastic Australia will not accept returns of New Frontier Publishing stock supplied by Dennis Jones.
New Frontier Publishing would like to thank Dennis Jones and Associates for their enthusiastic support over many years.
Thanks to Tourism Tasmania and MONA, Griffith REVIEW is running a fantastic competition to celebrate the publication of Griffith REVIEW 39 Tasmania – The Tipping Point? (February; ISBN: 9781922079961).
Prize includes two return economy flights from your nearest Australian capital city to Hobart, two nights’ accommodation at the MONA Pavilions, three days car hire, two tickets to MONA’s new exhibition Red Queen and one Red Queen catalogue.
PLUS the top three booksellers named by customers in the online registration will each win a basket of delicious Tasmanian produce valued at $200.
One of Sydney’s most loved bookshops, the ‘beautiful’, ‘iconic’ Macleay Bookshop in Potts Point, is for sale. Established in 1954 as Clay’s Bookshop, the store has been celebrated in poetry and prose, and has a deserved reputation for great service and depth of stock. Owner Richard Stern is retiring from full time work and seeks a buyer who can carry on the store’s great tradition.
For more information contact Richard Stern on his mobile, 0415-258-465. See also www.macleaybookshop.com.au and Facebook/MacleayBookshop.
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