Thomas Nelson Book Sales Up 5% in Q1 2005; Total Revenues Rise 17%

August 2004
Book Publishing Report;
Reports on the financial performance of Nashville, Tennessee-based Christian publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers Inc. for its first quarter 2005 revenues. Increase in the revenues of the company; Growth in the bible sales of the company; Plan of the company to release the paperback version of the book "Breaking the Da Vinci Code."


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