AAP: Adult Mass Market, Children's PB Strong In November

January 2006
Book Publishing Report;1/26/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p3
Trade Publication
The article presents the monthly report, relating to the increase and decrease of the different book sales, from the Association of American Publishers in New York. The adult mass market category has recovered from its sales deficits, with profit climbing to 11.8 percent for the month of November. Meanwhile the adult soft-cover publication rose to 5.3 percent for two consecutive months. The children's paperback gained 18.8 percent, while the children hard cover suffered loses of about 7.3 percent.


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