November 2002
Book Publishing Report;11/4/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 43, p3
Trade Publication
Lists the top publishers in terms of number of books included in the New York Times Bestsellers list for the year ending November 4, 2002. Names of publishing companies; Number of books; Number of weeks on the list; Random House; HarperCollins; Simon and Schuster; Penguin Putnam.


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