- PW: Children's Books for Spring
A monkey from the rainforest and a penguin from Antarctica explore their habitats. (5-8) Town Mouse House by Nigel Brooks and Abigail Horner ($15.95).
- Nonfiction Reviews: 1/18/2010
Making Haste from Babylon: The Mayflower Pilgrims and Their World: A New HistoryNick Bunker.
- Spoken Audio for Fall
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- Fiction: Fiction Reviews, Week of 8/7/2006
The Boleyn InheritancePhilippa Gregory.
- Spring 2007 Sneak Previews
ABRAMS Abrams sits right back to hear a tale with When I Grow Up by Tina Louise, illus. by Oliver Corwin, by the fo
- Forecasts from February 17 Issue
Warner Forever, $5.99 (384p) ISBN 0-446-61230-8 Nonfiction May.INTO AFRICA: The Epic Adventures of Stanley & LivingstoneMartin Dugard.
- Remembering 9/11
Cookbooks were hot, and books by Karen Armstrong, Geraldine Brooks, Bernard Lewis, and Thomas Friedman quickly jumped back on bestseller lists.
- PW: Fall 2000 Hardcover List
., $15.99) by Lisa Welchel supplies disciplinary advice from the actress who played Blair Warner on the 1980s TV show The Facts of Life. $70,000 ad/promo.UNIV.
- Forecasts from January 21 Issue
Warner, $24.95 (528p) ISBN 0-446-52668-1 THE BLACK CHALICEMarie Jakober.
- The On-Sale Calendar: April 2014
Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks (Broadway Books, $16.95 paper; ISBN 978-0-307-46497-2). 150,000 copies.
- Forecasts from September 17 Issue
Warner, $26.95 (300p) ISBN 0-446-52859-5 VENICE REVEALED: An Intimate PortraitPaolo Barbaro, trans. from the Italian by Tami Calliope.
- Forecasts from July 22 Issue
Warner, $21.95 (300p) ISBN 0-446-53024-7 (Evangelical Christianity/Prophecy) SEPT. * A BOOK OF LIFE: Embracing Judaism As Spiritual Practice Michael Strassfeld.
- Spring 2005 Hardcovers: Sports
BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PRESS National Pastime: How Americans Play Baseball and the Rest of the World Plays Soccer (Apr., $26.95) by Stefan Szymanski and Andrew Zimba
- African-American Market Comes of Age
Within religion publishing, it's hard to miss the surge in growth over the last several years of the African-American market.
- Religion Update 2013: Books Extend Pastors’ Ministries—and Can Sell Big
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