September 2007
Book Publishing Report;
The article reports on the recent figures from the Association of American Publishers (AAP) in New York, which state that adult trade books turned in a characteristically uneven sale performance. However, it was found that the returns for most categories during June 2007 were down, except for a trade segment which saw net sales rise for a month. An overview of the adult trade, children's trade and Audio, Religion, and Electronic trade is offered, and the sales report of AAP is presented.


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