With this issue we include a questionnaire with which we seek views and suggestions about ABPR's future expansion in terms of contents and scope. We would be grateful if ABPR subscribers could spare a few minutes of their time to complete and return this to us. In particular we shall welcome readers' views on the question of a book review column, which we plan to introduce in 1977. There is, we believe, still a dearth of review outlets for African published materials and we feel ABPR can fill a significant gap in this area. The second part of our profiles on British multinational publishers operating in Africa features the Macmillan Company, Heinemann Educational Books Ltd., and Thomas Nelson & Sons. In forthcoming numbers we intend to focus on a number of prominent bookshops in black Africa, with profiles on their activities, range of stocks held, details of services to overseas libraries, and more. The African Book Publishing Record The first in a new series of "short reports" is contributed by Jean Dihang of Editions CLE in Yaounde, Cameroun, in which he outlines plans of a project for the co-publication of children's books in sub-Saharan Africa, which enjoys the
The African Book Publishing Record – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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