Adult Book Sales Up In February, Children's Book Sales Fell Off Pace

April 2000
Book Publishing Report;04/24/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 17, p5
Trade Publication
Announces an increase in the sales of mass market, adult hardcover and trade paperbacks in February 2000, as children's book sales declined. Monthly domestic net sales for the month; Returns as percentage of gross sales; Performance of other categories.


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