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Title: The Fury Cat: Saving the Fury Three
Genre: Children’s Book
Print Length: 39 pages
Publisher: Charlie Publishing
Publication Date: June 23, 2016
Authors: Amma Lee & Salmon Pepper
THE PROS AND CONS OF BOOk CONSIGNMENT AGREEMENTS: are they worth it for authors and bookstore owners?
One of the most common ways for independent authors/publishers to get their books into bookstores is through a consignment agreement. A consignment agreement allows a bookstore to sell books without having to pay for them upfront through a distribution agreement. In some instances, bookstores purchase books from a publisher at a wholesale price (often 50% of the retail price) and sell the books. With the consignment agreement, bookstore owners eliminate the risk of losing profit because certain books do not sell. Although most offers expect to sell thousands of books to bookstores the traditional way, this is a small compromise in exchange for shelf space in several stores.
This quote carries a message that Chris McClean, the creator of “The CrimeFighters: Defenders of Justice,” has lived by his entire life.
“The CrimeFighters: Defenders of Justice,” are a group of superheroes that are based around first responder professions. These professions include a Fire Fighter, Police Officer, Paramedic, Sheriff, and more. The group is featured in a series of children’s books that teach children about crime and safety. The target audience for the CrimeFighters is ages six and up, with the colorful illustrations grasping the attention of younger readers and the concept of investigating crimes entertaining the older readers. The books feature activities that allow readers to become a crucial part in the heroes’ investigation, whether it’s deciding which heroes will respond to the scene or following evidence that will lead to the criminal. With the help of the readers, the CrimeFighters have a chance to SAVE THE DAY.
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