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March 2008
Book Publishing Report;Mar2008, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p1
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The article examines the connection between books and films. The author points out that several films are based on books, while content of some films is being used as basis by books. The books from films category is dominated by children's and young adults (YA) books that include "Shrek 2: The Movie Novel" and "Lizzie McGuire Movie Junior Novel." On the other hand, books that were made into films also gain prominence like "I Am Legend," by Richard Matheson and "Atonement," by Ian McEwan.


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