Landoll Betting Spanish-Language Titles Will Translate Into More Sales
- Landoll inks deal with DreamWorks. // Publishers Weekly;2/23/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 8, p12
Describes the deal that United States children's publisher Landoll Inc. has finalized with DreamWorks SKG. Publication of books based on DreamWorks properties; Details; Landoll's relationship with Nickelodeon.
- Tribune sees faster growth in consumer unit. J.M. // Publishers Weekly;4/20/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 16, p16
Reports that with the addition of Landoll, the Tribune Co. expects sales to the consumer market to increase in 1998. Percentage of revenue made up by the consumer market; Revenue generated by the supplemental education division; Revenue generated by the high school and adult market; Company to...
- New licenses help put Landoll on $100 million sales pace. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;6/23/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 25, p12
Gives details concerning revenues at Landoll Inc., a children's book publisher, and the company's success at the 1997 BookExpo America convention. Licenses to movie tie-ins as key; Surprise popularity of the Rugrats book line; Comments from Marty Myers, Landoll president; Mass merchandisers as...
- Gay fiction for kids: Is anyone out there publishing it? Garden, Nancy // Lambda Book Report;Nov97, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p25
Opinion. Discusses the publication of gay fiction for children in the United States. Names of books published for children; Information on various publications of these type of books; Details on limited publications.
- The children's mass market business. Lodge, Sally // Publishers Weekly;12/1/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 49, p27
Focuses on the children's mass market publishing business. The highs and lows of the business; The areas of expansion; How the turmoil affecting mass marketing giant Western Publishing opened the doors for some competitors; New ventures and renewed efforts; Flexibility in formats; Price points;...
- Top publishers' sales. // Library Talk;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p13
Reports on children's trade publishers with the highest sales in 1995, according to a survey by `Publishers Weekly.' Golden Books as the publisher with the highest sales figures.
- Breaking Out of Format Formulas. Lodge, Sally // Publishers Weekly;11/9/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 45, p31
Focuses on the look publishers are creating for children's fiction and series. Formatted companion series introduced by the Sholastic company to attract boy readers; When Harper-Collins' Growing Tree imprint made its debut; Comments from Jean Feiwel, publisher of Scholastic. INSET: The Way...
- Multicultural Children's Books: An American Fairy Tale. Hill, Twyla J. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Spring98, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p36
Explores the production process of multicultural children's literature. Differences between multicultural and culturally conscious literature; Social context of publishing; Production organization; Marketing and distribution.
- Books in a state of flux. // Library Talk;May/Jun95, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p16
Highlights the changes occurring in children's book publishing as noted by Publishers Weekly. Mergers of major companies; Cut-back in the number of books published.