by Braz Menezes
Publishing

Canadian libraries band together over high eBook prices

Canadian library organizations have banded together to launch a website that wants to bring public attention to high e-book prices.

The Toronto Public Library, Canadian Library Council, Ontario Library Association and the Canadian Library Association want to bring awareness to the super high prices publishers are charging them for e-books. They cite a number of examples, such as, the new Michael Connelly novel Burning Room costs $14.99 on Amazon, but their libraries are paying $106 per copy. John Grisham’s Grey Mountain costs $15.99 for a retial edition, but costs libraries $85.

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