Random House Still Dominating Children's Lists

March 2006
Book Publishing Report;3/13/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p6
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The article reports on Random House Inc.as the top publisher on the children's lists. With 14 titles and 84 weeks, Random House dominates the charts with the continued success of Knopf and Christopher Paolini's "Eldest." Scholastic Publishing company follows on second with 9 titles and 41 weeks and HarperCollins on third with 8 titles and 49 weeks.


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