Price Watch Preview, Part II: Nonfiction Through The Years

May 2010
Book Publishing Report;May2010, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the prices of fiction and nonfiction books as being reported in the data presented by Simba and Stuart Johnson & Associates. It says that all entries in fiction and nonfiction titles were priced at 7.99 dollars in 2009, but the median for fiction went to 7.50 dollars in 2003. The median for nonfiction was 14.99 dollars in 2002, but fell to 14.95 dollars in 2006. It also mentions that the median for nonfiction moved up to 25.95 dollars in 2009 and 26 dollars in 2010.


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