We’re thrilled to announce two exciting new International Rights Deals:
German translation rights sold to Pendragon Verlag for publication in September 2020
Japanese translation rights sold to Akashi Shoten
Stay at home. Read at home.
50% off all titles, print and digital, until April 30. Use the code READATHOME at checkout.
$8 flat-rate delivery in St. John’s and Mount Pearl, NL. Regular Canada Post/UPS rates outside. Free worldwide shipping on orders of $100 or more.
100% of e-book sales will go to authors.
Your support means so much to us, and our authors, especially during these uncertain times. Thank you for supporting local, independent, and for choosing Breakwater.
Our full repertoire of books is available to educators and librarians doing online story-times! Let’s share stories and get through this together.
“As we collectively grapple with school closings and the shift to online learning, we want to help ensure educators and librarians can confidently bring Canadian stories and literature to students and others during this challenging time.
Many Canadian publishers have received requests from educators and librarians seeking permission to read part of or all of a book and to share a video of the reading for ‘online story-time’.
In response, the Association of Canadian Publishers has formed the Read Aloud Canadian Books Program with Access Copyright.”
Learn more: https://www.accesscopyright.ca/read-aloud/
Books are essential and everyone deserves access to them. That’s why we’re so happy to support this amazing initiative by First Book Canada!
“The campaign aims to get 1 million books to children who don’t have home libraries or Internet access…
Canadian publishers who have committed books to the program include Kids Can Press, Penguin Random House Canada, HarperCollins Canada, Breakwater Books, Simon & Schuster Canada and Inhabit Media. Donations are also being made by distributors like Raincoast Books and Publishers Group Canada and the Canadian Children’s Book Centre.”