In the Loop

June 2000
Book Publishing Report;06/05/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 23, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on developments related to book trade in the United States as of June 5, 2000. Book publisher Scholastic's launch of a toll-free telephone service for the July 8, 2000, launch of the fourth `Harry Potter' book; Family Christian Stores' pre-selling of the seventh `Left Behind' book.


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