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Amazon Launches New Direct Publishing Program For Kids' E-books

Posted at 8:38AM Thursday 04 Sep 2014

Amazon announced today that children's book authors have a new way to get their stories in front of young readers without the involvement of a traditional publisher. The Kindle Direct Publishing Kids program allows authors to sell their books for children straight through the Kindle Store without needing an editor or agent to step up and publish their book.

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