The following Penguin titles were not included in our fall on sale calendar (July 16 and Aug. 13).
August 21Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor (Dial, $17.99). 100,000 copies.September 6
Cowboy & Octopus by Jon Scieszka, illus. by Lane Smith (Viking, $16.99). 100,000 copies.
How to Find Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker (Frederick Warne, $19.99). 250,000 copies.
The English Roses: Friends for Life!, Goodbye, Grace?, The New Girl and A Rose by Any Other Name by Madonna (Puffin/Callaway, $9.99 each). 200,000 copies each.
The Three Snow Bears by Jan Brett (Putnam, $16.99). 200,000 copies.
Artist to Artist: 23 Major Illustrators Talk to Children About Their Art by Mitsumasa Anno, Quentin Blake, Nancy Ekholm Burkert et al. (Philomel, $30). 150,000 copies.
Toy Boat by Randall de Sève, illus. by Loren Long (Philomel, $16.99). 150,000 copies.
Mike Lupica's Comeback Kids: Hot Hand and Two-Minute Drill by Mike Lupica (Philomel, $9.99). 75,000 copies each.
Eulalia! by Brian Jacques (Philomel, $23.99). 100,000 copies.
Slam by Nick Hornby (Putnam, $19.99). 250,000 copies.
Princess Alyss of Wonderland by Frank Beddor (Dial, $19.99). 100,000 copies.
Snakehead: An Alex Rider Adventure by Anthony Horowitz (Philomel, $17.99). 200,000 copies.
The following corrections are for our fall children's announcements issue (July 16).
The title of Russell Freedman's new book for Clarion has been changed to Who Was First? Discovering the Americas.
The correct title of Alice Walker's new picture book, illus. by Stefano Vitale, is Why War Is Never a Good Idea (HarperCollins).
The pub date for Holiday House's Playing to Win: The Story of Althea Gibson by Karen Deans, illus. by Elbrite Brown, was moved to August 1.