HarperCollins Again Leads Children's Book Bestsellers

April 2004
Book Publishing Report;4/19/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p7
Trade Publication
Assesses the 2004 children's book industry in the U.S. Success of HarperCollins to stay atop other publishers in children's market; Description of books included in the New York Times bestsellers list; Publication of the three big hit books from Scholastic Inc.


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