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Educational Marketer;8/14/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p7
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The article reports that David Krishock, former president and CEO of Scholastic Book Fairs Inc., has been appointed as president of Books Are Fun Ltd., a division of the Reader's Digest Association Inc. (RDA). He succeeds Thomas Barry, vice president and controller of RDA, who had served as interim president of Books Are Fun since April and will return to his corporate position.


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