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Amazon Invites Children's Book Authors To Kindle Direct Publishing, Rolls Out Kids' Book Creator Software

Posted at 9:32PM Wednesday 03 Sep 2014

Amazon announced this afternoon that it will be expanding its Kindle Direct Publishing business to support the needs of children's books authors through a new program it's calling "KDP Kids." Along with the program, which is aimed at helping authors prepare, publish and distribute books in the Kindle Store, Amazon is also releasing a new tool, the Kindle Kids' Book Creator.

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