AAP: Religious Books, Children's Paperback Post Gain In August
- The Dynamic Russian Book Market. TAN, TERI // Publishers Weekly;4/4/2011, Vol. 258 Issue 14, Special section p1
The article presents an update on the state of the publishing industry in Russia as of April 2011. There has been a significant shift in the industry from state-owned publishing and distribution to privately held and increasingly client driven. The Russian cities where publishing and...
- Cooking, Faith Titles Dominate New York Times Advice & Misc. List. // Book Publishing Report;12/20/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 49, p6
This article focuses on publishers of the "New York times," hardcover/paperback advice lists. Random House is the No. 1 publisher in the hardcover/paperback advice & miscellaneous category with eight titles on the list for a combined 61 weeks. Another publisher HarperCollins is the No. 2...
- Publishers Boosting Presence In Children's Series Category. // Book Publishing Report;12/6/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 47, p1
This article reports that children's book publishers will put out more children's series books in 2005 and will be doing more to promote and distribute the titles given their success, a BPR roundup of market leaders shows. The growth of children's series books has prompted the journal "New York...
- Trade Book Sales Started 2003 With A Whimper. // Book Publishing Report;3/24/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p2
Presents the sales report of the Association of American publishers as of 2003. Changes made in the publishers' system of sales reporting; Electronic book sales; Comparison of the monthly sales in all major trade categories with that of January 2002.
- Will the masses read Canadian? Martin, Sandra // Books in Canada;Feb75, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on reports about the publishing industry in Canada. Secretary of State's analysis of the mass-market paperback industry in Canada; 'English-Language Book Publishing in Canada,' by Paul Audley.
- Paperback Problems Ahead. L.N.G. // School Library Journal;Sep81, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p11
Editorial. Discusses the problems facing paperback publishers and collectors. Advantages of paperbacks over hardcovered books; Problems concerning costs in relation to recording library paperback collections; Need for libraries to give attention to the problem of replacing books recalled by...
- Paperback Practicesâ€¦Some Specialist Speak. Feiwel, Jean // School Library Journal;Jan81, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p23
Discusses the work and responsibilities of paperback editors. Variation of responsibilites, depending on the requirements of the publishing house; Difficulty of choosing the right hardcovers to reprint; Increasing number of paperback publishers involved in original publishing.
- Creative alliances attract publishers. Raugust, Karen // Publishers Weekly;3/16/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 11, p26
Discusses the strengthening link between the entertainment industry and children's books. Announcements by both Scholastic and Penguin Putnam of long-term deals with Hollywood studios; Scholastic's alliance with Warner Bros.; Penguin Putnam's arrangement with DreamWorks; Other publishing...
- Children's Books for Spring. // Publishers Weekly;2/24/2014, Vol. 261 Issue 8, p25
The article lists the children's books, organized by publisher, that were published in the spring of 2014, including "Hands & Hearts: With 15 Words in American Sign Language" by Donna Jo Napoli, "The Qwikpick Papers: Poop Fountain!" by Tom Angleberger, and "Otto in the city" by Tom Schamp.