Kane/Miller Up 8% in 2006; More Spanish Titles Planned for 2007

December 2006
Book Publishing Report;12/18/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 49, p4
Trade Publication
The article provides information on Kane/Miller, an independent publisher which specializes in publishing the English versions of foreign children's books. The revenue of Kane/Miller has gone up 8% in 2006. It published 28 titles in 2006 up from 16 titles in 2005. "Duck in a Truck," and "Hit the Ball Duck," were the top-selling titles.


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