Annabelle Chang

owner of Annabelle’s Book Club LA

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From a bookstore in a microvan to a pink brick-and-mortar selling young adult literature, LA’s book market is on the move.

Bookstore on wheels, more YA options: LA’s literary landscape evolves

From a bookstore in a microvan to a pink brick-and-mortar selling young adult literature, LA’s book market is on the move.

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