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Poaching of Coloring Book Titles Knows No Limits

As a follow up to our breaking story last night on an Amazon subsidiary “borrowing” the title of the number one bestselling adult coloring book from Christian Art Gifts, we learn that the company has actually poached the title of five top selling books in the popular, still-trending category. Affected publishers in the examples noted below are from Waterbook, Baker Books, Harvest House, Christian Art and Paige, Tate & Co.

CreateSpace Coloring Books

Graphic is from Ingram Books, which shows in-stock positions on all titles. The content is now archived here in case it is needed by the publishers as evidence and was sourced on 03.06.15 at approx 8:50 PM.


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  1. Ro
    March 7, 2016 at 11:45 am

    I’m not 100% following. Are you saying that someone is plagiarizing the titles to sell whatever their book is about?

    • March 7, 2016 at 12:52 pm

      It’s not just the title. These are also adult coloring books. They seem to be trying to divert customers to their own product, which I am assuming — although anything goes at this point — are different content.

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