Simon & Schuster Leads NYT Children's List

March 2005
Book Publishing Report;3/7/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Simon & Schuster Inc. is the top publisher in the competitive children's publisher universe according to the analysis of the children's "New York Times" best seller list. Number of titles published by the publishing company for 35 weeks; Name of the most successful children's title for 2005; Rank of the pop up book "America The Beautiful," by Robert Sabuda.


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