Travel Book Category Evolving as Digital and Print Collide

July 2007
Book Publishing Report;Jul2007, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports developments in the U.S. travel book sector. Intricately, population rises by several thousand new titles a year. In addition, publishers are expected to net around $144 million in 2007. Two charts are presented depicting top softcover and hardcover travel book publishers in the U.S.


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