What the majority of African-American book buyers expect to get out of a book



Stat: African-American book buyers buy books for themselves, for their children, and as gifts for others. They want a variety of books that speak to their life experiences.

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Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): Hunter Miller Group

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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