Scholastic to Trim Output 4%; Boost Series in 2006

May 2006
Book Publishing Report;5/15/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the sales performance of Scholastic Corp., a book publishing company based in New York. With no new Harry Potter book to release, the company is still hard at work in building its other series brands. It plans to produce series books about 28 percent of its title output in 2006. It is also trimming its title output slightly from 615 books in 2005 to 590 in 2006.


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