HarperCollins, Scholastic Lead Children's Bestseller Lists

October 2004
Book Publishing Report;10/4/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 38, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that HarperCollins Publishers Inc. has led in the children's bestseller lists in New York. Number of weeks in the top spot; Titles included in the three lists; Other publishers with titles included in the bestseller lists.


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