AAP MONTHLY REPORT: Adult Trade Snaps Back in May

August 2007
Book Publishing Report;Aug2007, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increased sales of the adult hardcover category as depicted in the information released by the Association of American Publishers in the U.S. The adult trade had dropped its net sales during April but recovered with a 28.5% increase in sales in May 2007. It was also stated that the mass market titles posted a gain of 28.5% and reach $86.4 million in net sales. However, the adult paperback had dropped 1.8% net sales or $108.9 million.


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