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Amazon Children's Publishing Expands With More Books For Younger Kids And Teens

Posted at 8:20AM Tuesday 22 Jan 2013

Amazon is expanding its children's publishing division with two new imprints. "Two Lions" will publish picture books, chapter books and middle-grade fiction, while "Skyscape" is aimed at teens. The imprints' first titles will be published in spring 2013.

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