Scholastic Signs Seven-Figure Deal for Children's Trilogy

November 2003
Book Publishing Report;11/24/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that Scholastic Corp. has acquired the global English-language publishing rights for the three novels of P.B. Kerr's planned book series, "Children of the Lamp". Significance of the deal to Scholastic; Publication schedule for the books.


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