Publishers Weekly and American Diabetes Association



November is American Diabetes Month.
Are you ready to raise awareness in your community?

Did you know that Publishers Weekly and American Diabetes Association are joining forces to Battle Diabetes?

That’s right!

Publishers Weekly and American Diabetes Association are featuring a SWEEPSTAKES targeted at libraries and bookstores. Do your part pass the word, pay it forward, and share this info where you buy or borrow books.

Your favorite bookseller or librarian could win big. And when they win, we all win!!

ENTER NOW

Booksellers and Librarians enter now for a chance to win a collection of essential books and change lives! The American Diabetes Association will award 10 bookstores and 10 libraries with an assortment of ADA-selected and award-winning titles.

20 GRAND PRIZE winners in total!

Sweepstakes ends October 15! Hurry!

For those of you not familiar with Publisher’s Weekly, here is the Wikipedia definition:

Publishers Weekly, aka PW, is an American trade news magazine targeted at publishers, librarians, booksellers and literary agents. Published continuously for the past 136 years, it has carried the tagline, “The International News Magazine of Book Publishing and Bookselling.” With 51 issues a year, the emphasis today is on book reviews.

First published in 1872, the magazine began as The Publishers’ Weekly (with an apostrophe), a collective catalog for publishers to pool their resources. That listing of books enabled booksellers to learn about forthcoming titles, and eventually the publication expanded to include features and articles.

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