HarperCollins and Scholastic Leading Children's Book Sales

July 2004
Book Publishing Report;7/12/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 26, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that publishers HarperCollins and Scholastic have the most titles on the list of the top selling children's books in the United States for the week ending on July 11, 2004. Ranking of the celebrated children's series "Harry Potter" courtesy of Scholastic; Total number of books regardless of genre listed under HarperCollins; Involvement of celebrities in children's literature.


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