Retailers Praise Quality of Fall Lists

November 2007
Book Publishing Report;Nov2007, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p10
Trade Publication
The article provides information on how to rate the fall lists in 2007. According to the source, in 70 retailers, one-third inferred the books are slightly and significantly better decrease than last year, and 45% emphasized that the quality of books has the same caliber in 2006. The author suggests that publisher should never let the quality of books slip for consumer satisfactions.


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