In A Sign Of Post-Merger Times, Morrow Alumni Form Thriving Children's Imprint

January 2001
Book Publishing Report;01/22/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p1
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Reports on the transformation of North-South Books from primarily the distribution arm of its Swiss parent company to a fast-growing children's publisher. Details of the company's migration which began in 1999; Factors that have helped improve the company's revenues in 2000; Company background; Authors who have followed senior vice president David Reuther make the move from William Morrow & Co. to North-South.


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