At the beginning of this month, I published a children's book called "In Case There's a Fox" with CreateSpace. Currently, in addition to new copies, Amazon lists seven new and used copies from other sellers. The pricing on some of the new copies (sold by other distributors) is lower than the Amazon list price. The price on at least one of the used copies is higher than the list price. Does anyone have a similar experience with their CreateSpace book? Is this normal? What accounts for it?
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