bookselling

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bookselling

(ˈbʊkˌsɛlɪŋ)
n
the activity of selling books
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The sale of books being in progress at various cities including Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore, Quetta, Hyderabad, Multan and other cities to promote the book reading culture in the country.
He said PU had already set new records of largest sale of books during the fair.
Some attributed the decline to the technology era and the Internet which have affected the sale of books worldwide.
In addition to the Children's Book Sale there is an ongoing sale of books located on shelves outside the director's office.
Lahore, March 19, 2012 (Frontier Star): The sale of books at Punjab University's book fair touched new heights of record as a total of 100616 books were sold in Pakistan's largest three-day book fair.
The Commission's assessment showed that the proposed transaction would not give rise to any competition concerns on the Spanish markets for the acquisition of primary publishing rights, the sale of books to dealers, and the sale of books to consumers.
The aim of the festival is to boost the sale of books to raise more money for Oxfam.
The Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide will hold its 49th annual sale of books and art in October in the Exhibit Hall of the Harry S Truman Building.
Rajiv Kapoor, Manager of Crossword Bookstore in The Pink City disclosed that the sale of books on Gayatri Devi has witnessed a rise upto the extent of 60 percent.
Coffee chain Starbucks is to branch out into the sale of books as part of an agreement with William Morris Agency.
Even in the age of the Internet, libraries continue to play an important role ill connecting readers to books of interest and ultimately in driving the sale of books to individuals.