Candlewick's 2005 Revenue Climbs 40%; "Ology" Series Leads

April 2006
Book Publishing Report;4/17/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the revenue of Candlewick Press, a children's book publisher, has increased during 2005. Most of the sales came from the company's "Ology" series. Karen Lotz, the company's president, has stated that the printing press has posted a revenue of up to 40 percent from 2004. The sales nearly double the revenue in 2003.


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