New Titles Continue Hitting Lists in September

October 2007
Book Publishing Report;Oct2007, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p1
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The article reports that the infusion of new titles to the three lists that make up the Composite Rankings of Simba Information Inc., which are "The New York Times," "USA Today," and "Publishers Weekly," has continued in September 2007. There were 458 total new International Standard Book Numbers appearing in September, of which 35% are neophytes. Moreover, of the 159 new titles that appeared in the four weeks ending September 30, 27 books, or about 17%, were reprints of previous bestsellers.


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