After gaining a massive following during last year’s US Presidential election, Bernie Sanders has announced that he is now writing a book for the age group who rallied to his side: teenagers.
The book aims to encourage teenagers to not only think about voting but to consider other ways in which they can become politically involved, especially in between elections.
The book, which will be released August 29th, is titled The Bernie Sanders Guide to Political Revolution.
Recent figures suggest that the British public are abandoning their Kindles, with the online book being abandoned for good old fashioned print editions.
This comes after figures were released showing that consumer e-book sales had fallen by 17% this year meaning that profits were the lowest they had been since 2011, the year that the Amazon Kindle was first sold in the UK.
Print sales, however, experienced a 9% increase in profits from last year, suggesting that paper may be best after all.
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The Publishers Association has said that a rise in the popularity of children’s fiction has helped set a new record for UK book sales.
UK book sales reached £3.5 billion in 2016 with the sales of children’s books contributing £365 million after a 16% increase in revenue.
Self help and fitness books were also popular genres of books however, general fiction had a decline in sales of 7%.
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