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August 2004
Book Publishing Report;
Reports on developments in the book industry in the U.S. as of August 16, 2004. Highlights of the Asian Pacific Publishers Association publishing forum; Purchase of the interactive licensing rights for the Hardy Boys by Her Interactive Inc. from Simon & Schuster's publishing division; Decision of the children's book division of HarperCollins Publishers Inc. to retain The Gotham Group as its film representative.


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