In Monday's issue, there’s a report on booksellers, the credit crunch, and the recent further clamping down by publishers. The retailing page looks at a New York City bookstore that just won a Tony Award. A feature on photography and art books finds the category exists in a sphere separate from much of publishing. Another feature on reference books explains how publishers are deciding to print or not to print. In children’s, there is a round-up of books on cooking for kids, and on titles for learning reading and math. Review highlights include PW editor Peter Cannon’s Lovingly Skewering Lovecraft and Grant Morrison’s Supergods. On the Soapbox page, bookseller Chris Morrow discusses the bookstore as showroom.