Statistic of the Week: Knitting Titles

February 2005
Book Publishing Report;2/14/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents a statistics of the new titles published from 1994-2004. The source of the article is R.R. Bowker's books in print database. The number of books published in the year 1994 is 25, in 1995 is 18, in 1996 is 14, in 1997 is 30, in 1998 is 41, in 1999 is 35, in 2000 is 46, in 2001 is 60, in 2002 is 71, in 2003 is 85, in 2004 is 111.


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