Abrams Builds Diverse Customer Base

June 2004
Book Publishing Report;6/14/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 22, p3
Trade Publication
Art book publisher Harry N. Abrams, has launched new formats to help it reach new markets. Abrams is releasing titles in a new compact, brick-like format that offers quality at a lower price point. The book "Gardens Around the World : 365 Days," by Mick Hales is an example of this new format. The book's list price is $29.95.


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