Electronic Books: Vastly Outnumbered, Children's Drop to Romance

February 2009
Book Publishing Report;Feb2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the sales and ranking of electronic books (e-books) of Amazon Co. and Sony Corp. It cites Stephenie Meyer's four "Twilight" books which appeared on three lists in all four weeks of January 2009 and her "New Moon" with 98.3 rating. It further mentions the 761.4 rating for romance books, 476.4 for children's books, and 466.4 for mystery and thriller.


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