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  • Children's Books for Fall: I
    The Marvelous Toy ($17.95), with words and music by Tom Paxton, illus. by Steve Cox, presents a picture book based on the classic children's song. (3—8) IMMEDIUM <p
  • Springing Forward: Reference
    .; $27.95, paper $12.95) by Ted Kooser and Steve Cox offers tips for neophytes.
  • Trend Management in Biz Books
    BERRETT-KOEHLER Hottest Trend: "It is remarkable how brand-name books and brand-name authors are standing out in this crowded marketplace," says Steve Piersanti, president of Berrett-Koehler.
  • Where Up Is the New Up: BEA 2012
    Toby Cox, owner of Three Lives & Company, is still on the fence.
  • Web Exclusive Reviews: Week of 2/09/2009
    Web Pick of the Week Secrets of a Supersexpert Tracey Cox.
  • PW's Guide to BEA Exhibitors: W
    From Backstage Books:The Munsters by Stephen Cox; How I Lost 10 Pounds in 53 Years by Kaye Ballard.
  • On Sale Winter '06
    One million first printing.The House by Danielle Steel (Delacorte, $27). 800,000 first printing.The Rebels of Ireland: The Dublin Saga by Edward Rutherfurd (Doubleday, $27.95). 200,000 first printing.A Secret Splendor by Sandra Brown (Harlequin/Mira, $19.95). 100,000 fir
  • Meeting God in The Bookstore
    At Steve's Sundry, Books & Magazines in Tulsa, Okla., inspirational titles are moving as fast as the staff can order them.
  • Fall 2001 Trade Paperbacks: Performing Arts & Film
    ., $18.95) by Frances Milstead with Steve Yeager and Kevin Heffernan reveals the life of the cult star of John Waters's early films, including Pink Flamingos and Polyester.AMADEUS PRESS Astor Piazzolla: A Memoir (Sept.; $22.95, cloth $34.95) by Natalio Gorin is a
  • Fall 2004 Hardcovers: Fiction/Science Fiction & Fantasy
    ., $16.99) anthologizes new comics/graphic stories by Steve Niles, Jeff Mariotte and others.
  • Fall Trade Paperbacks: Performing Arts & Film
    PRESS Steve Lacy: Conversations (Sept., $21.95), edited by Jason Weiss, gathers interviews with the saxophonist.
  • California Publishers Offer Hope and Inspiration
    Publisher Steve Wasserman says the press has worked since 1974 to “celebrate the bounty of California’s unrivaled beauty and to defend its beauty,” and readers have lately been more receptive than ever.
  • Spring Trade Paperbacks: Performing Arts & Film
    ., $19.95) by Steve Overbury features band managers who became almost as famous as their clients.
  • Children's Notes
    First introduced in The Diary of a Killer Cat (which PW called a "wry first-person story of a not-so-fearsome feline"), Tuffy thinks he's got the reign of the house when his family goes on vacation—until he meets the cat sitter and must hone his survival skills in The Return o
  • Expanding the License
    Appbooks are “more gamified books,” says Steve Youngwood, executive v-p and general manager, digital.

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