Publisher Scorecards Children's Lists: Random House Still Dominating Children's Lists

April 2006
Book Publishing Report;4/24/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p6
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The article lists the name of publishers that made it to the top spot of the Publisher Scorecards Children's List. They include Random House Publishing Group with the book, "Eldest," by Christopher Paolini, HarperCollins Publishers Inc., with the book "Lilly's Bid Day," by Kevin Henkes, and Scholastic Publishing company with the books "Owen and Mzee," by Isabella and Craig Hatkoff and "Zen Shorts," by Jon J.


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