It’s an age-old question.
The answer to it is simple: it’s a classic.
And so it goes in the world of publishing.
The books on the market today, as a result of the global recession, are mostly for adults, and the younger readers tend to gravitate toward books by younger authors.
The average age of a book sold in the U.S. in the first half of the decade was 36.4, up from 36.3 in the second half of that period, according to Nielsen BookScan.
That’s a 10-year increase of 12 percentage points, according the book industry trade publication, Nielsen Bookscan.
That means more than two-thirds of the books on sale are for young adults, according data from Nielsen BookTrack.
A few of the best-selling books for younger readers are by authors like Michael E. Stackpole, a New York-based writer who has written about the Holocaust and the rise of fascism in his bestselling books.
The most popular book for younger people in the United States last year was “The Boy Who Couldn’t Help Falling in Love with a Girl” by John Steinbeck, the bestselling author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Grapes of Wrath.”
The book sold 5.5 million copies worldwide, up by nearly half in the past year.
It’s not just the book market.
According to Nielsen, the percentage of books for children has been on the rise in recent years, reaching an all-time high in 2015 of 13.2 percent, up 7.5 percentage points from 2014.
For years, authors and publishers have been trying to change that trend.
But, they’ve mostly come up with clever marketing tricks to convince younger readers to buy.
For example, in 2016, Michael Karp, the editor of The Atlantic Monthly, published a book called “The New American Book” that was billed as “a fresh and provocative rethinking of how books should be sold to children.”
The title is a play on the title of the book, “The Wonderful World of Book,” a collection of essays by the late Alice Walker, a Nobel Prize-winner in literature.
It’s a book that is so well-written and so funny and so smart that it can be a book for kids.
Karp told The Washington Post he didn’t realize the book was a marketing ploy.
It was an attempt to re-create a cultural revolution, which is not what you would expect a book like this to be about.
In other words, it’s not a memoir, it doesn’t have a sense of humor, it has a sense that people have forgotten who they are, that they’re not a child anymore.
It was written by someone who was, in effect, trying to make up for what a lot of young people are losing.
It wasn’t that the book had a bad reputation.
It is considered a classic, but that’s not necessarily what you’d expect.
The New Yorker’s Rebecca Traister, who reviewed the book in her December 2016 book, reviewed it for a whole year and was impressed with it, noting that “The book’s ambition and wit is not a novelistic achievement but an intellectual one, and it seems to be a great book for readers of any age.”
The Atlantic Monthly review went on to say, “If you’re interested in the idea that writing is art, then The New American is an especially good place to start.”
It wasn?t the first time that Karp had done something like that.
Last year, he did something similar.
His bestselling book “In Praise of the Selfish” was written for younger audiences and included the line, “In order to make the world a better place, it is necessary that we write.”
It was widely criticized, with critics saying the book didn?t provide a deeper understanding of the nature of selfishness than previous works by his colleagues.
Karp and his wife, Ann, also created a new type of book that could appeal to older readers by offering them more of the humor and drama that he enjoyed as a writer.
In the past decade, Karp has sold more than 1.5 billion books.
He also did something else to reach young readers: he created a platform for them to publish their books online.
In 2018, he launched the first online book publisher, called Karp’s Bookshop.
It launched a new online book market that grew to more than 250,000 books in the year to December 2020.
That business model, however, was a gamble.
Most book publishers had never even thought about it.
It seemed like a big gamble for them.
And now that they’ve started to realize it, they’re trying to figure out how to make it work, said John DeBary, the publisher of Karp?s Bookshop and founder of the independent publishing company, The Publisher.
He said Karp was an extraordinary storyteller