The problems of Australian children's book publishing

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July 1982, no. 42

The problems of Australian children's book publishing

by
July 1982, no. 42

The problems of children’s book publishing are not really different in kind from those which beset other types of publishing; they are the familiar problems exacerbated by the fact that these books are designed for a group of second-class citizens who, being young and dependent, have little influence on what is produced for them, and little financial clout.

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