Are Canadians aware of whether a book they purchased was nominated for or won an award? If so, how do they find out about award-winners and nominees, and how much do awards influence which books they choose to buy? Find out in our free report, available now.Click here to read the free study (PDF).
It’s awards season! Check out the nominees for the Governor General’s Literary Awards, the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction, the Scotiabank Giller Prize, and the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize on CataList.
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From book consumer demographics and buying patterns, to the impact of discovery channels, to trends in discovering and purchasing ebooks, this series of research reports provides valuable insight into Canadian book buyers.
The Canadian Book Market is your annual guide to the Canadian market.
Along with overall summaries of the Adult Fiction, Adult Non-Fiction, and Juvenile markets, this report analyzes overall and category-specific trends in sales history, pricing, and format for 50 subject categories.
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We know Canadian libraries are great at stocking Canadian books and promoting Canadian authors. But how aware are library patrons of this content?
Checking Out Canadians delves into discoverability and awareness of Canadian titles among both library users and non-library users.
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From the Press Room
Monday, Jun 9, 2014 at 6:00AM
In 2013, 40% of book buyers discovered the title they purchased online, according to the latest consumer report from BookNet Canada.
Monday, June 23, 2014 at 9:00AM
In 2013, the majority of Canadians who read ebooks used e-readers, but mobile reading on smartphones is on the rise.
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