A million-copy regular

Maryles, Daisy; Sanborn, Margaret
October 1995
Publishers Weekly;10/2/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 40, p20
Trade Publication
Reports that author Bill Watterson's `Calvin and Hobbles Tenth Anniversary Book' has landed in the number three spot with 1.3 million copies in print for the period ended October 2, 1995.


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