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Distribution Service

One of the primary advantages of using The Book Bureau is the distribution available to you. When you publish with us, you gain access to one of the publishing industry's largest global print and eBook distribution networks. We make your book available to more than 40,000 retailers and libraries both in stores and online, further increasing your sales opportunities.

All our publishing plans provide a full range of services for authors looking to get their books in the hands of readers, including print-on-demand paperback and eBook distribution to Amazon, Google, Chapters/Indigo, Barnes & Noble, and many more.

Hardback distribution may also be available depending on the plan inclusions. TBB offers authors an easy and affordable way to get their books in front of their audience.

Our Global Print Distribution Partners

United States
and Canada

Schools Libraries Retailers E-commerce companies Google Amazon Barnes & Noble Independent bookstores Chapters / Indigo (Canada) and other well-known book retailers and wholesalers across North America.

United Kingdom and Europe

Adlibris Agapea Aphrohead Blackwell Book Depository Ltd Books Express Coutts Information Services Ltd Designarta Books Eden Interactive Ltd Foyles Gardners Trust Media Distribution (formerly STL) Mallory International Paperback Shop Ltd Superbookdeals The Book Community Ltd Waterstones Wrap Distribution

Australia and
New Zealand

Amazon AU Booktopia Fishpond The Nile James Bennett ALS Peter Pal

Our eBook Partners

Ainosco Amazon Apple Barnes & Noble Nook Bibliotheca BibliU Bolinda Booktopia Chegg De Marque EBSCO fable Findaway Follett/B&T Gardners Glose Google Play hoopla Hummingbird iGroup ITSI Kobo Plus Kortex Legible Libreka Libri Gmbh Mackin Odilo OverDrive Perlego Perusall ProQuest RedShelf Scribd Snapplify Storytel Takealot VitalSource Wheelers Wook YouScribe

Your book will also be part of our Global Connect program, allowing our printing partners in Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, China, India, Brazil, Spain, and South Korea to print your books sold by bookstores in those countries. This saves the retailer money on overseas shipping charges if they order your book from the US. You will receive your usual royalties based on the pricing you've specified for your book in the US market.
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