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  • Adult Audio For Fall
    Sept.The Voyage of Jerle Shannara: Antrax by Terry Brooks.
    08/06/2001
  • Forecasts from June 25 Issue
    Warner/Mysterious, $24.95 (384p) ISBN 0-89296-730-7 ACID TEST Ross LaManna.
    06/21/2001
  • 2001 Puts the Book Back into BEA
    Jack: Straight from the Gut (Warner) made headlines when the publisher paid more than $7 million for it, and the house is expected to throw another million bucks into promoting it.
    06/18/2001
  • BEA 2001: Long Live the Book
    "Everyone's scratching their heads over what's next," said Simon Boughton of Roaring Brook Press, which will launch next spring.
    06/11/2001
  • Summertime's Sizzling Reads
    Another Rubin recommendation is Geraldine Brooks's Year of Wonders: A Novel of the Plague (Viking, Aug.).
    05/21/2001
  • The Right Names Make the Game
    Warner (1,042,314) **Seat of the Soul.
    03/19/2001
  • How They Landed On Top
    The second annual bestseller tier, #16 to #30, also featured many list veterans—Dick Francis, Michael Crichton, Robin Cook and Terry Brooks.
    03/19/2001
  • A Year of Big Numbers
    The biggest sales story of the year (and not just on the children's front, either) was how sales of Harry Potter books leaped even higher into the stratosphere.
    03/19/2001
  • Children's Books for Spring
    Children's Books for Spring Compiled by Sally Lodge -- 2/12/01 Q-S RAGGED BEARS
    02/12/2001
  • Children's Books for Spring
    New Grosset &Dunlap's Nature Field Guides are Looking at Bugs by Laura Driscoll, illus. by Pedro Julio Gonzalez and Tim Haggerty; and Looking at the Sky by Jennifer Frantz, illus. by Drew-Brook-Cormack and Haggerty ($4.99 each, 6-8).
    02/12/2001
  • Spoken Audio for Spring
    Spoken Audio for SpringCompiled by Trudi
    02/05/2001
  • 2001: A Digital Book Odyssey
    DigitalOwl has already established business relationships with such publishing industry players as Baker & Taylor, McGraw-Hill and Time Warner's iPublish.com, as well as Kinkos.com for print-on-demand technology.
    01/22/2001
  • Spring 2001 Book List
    ., $24) by Tom DeMarco advocates employing a little more staff than less for greater flexibility, growth and maneuverability during times of change.THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION The Economic Impact of the Internet Revolution (Apr., $17.50) by Robert E.
    01/22/2001
  • Romance...And the Sales Keep Climbing
    "There aren't really any new outlets for romance novels," says Brooke Borneman, sales and marketing manager at Dorchester Publishing.
    11/13/2000
  • Behind the Bestsellers
    Warner's September 19 one-day laydown was a major success; there are 950,000 copies in print after three trips to press.
    10/02/2000

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