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Travel apps can’t replace these handy little guidebooks

Published on www.dailycomet.com.

Last year, 4,221 print books and 711 e-books about travel were published or distributed in the United States, according to preliminary data from Bowker Books in Print.

“Print continues to sag, but it continues to exist,” Greco says.

That is lucky for those who prefer to travel by the book.

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