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Amanda Boothroyd, from Waterstones in Huddersfield, said: "We received the paperback edition of Felix's book last Tuesday.
Fitzpatrick to proofread and edit the next manuscript of The Club Rhapsody for the paperback edition.
Very highly recommended for community library Historical Fiction collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that "Desert God" is also available in a trade paperback edition (9780062403926, $15.
And finally, thriller fans will be gripped by the new paperback edition of Denise Mina's The Red Road or Alex Gray's Glasgow latest crimefest, The Bird That Did Not Sing.
A genuine classic, with the illustrated version now available in a slightly more affordable paperback edition, but which may be more of an individual purchase, since students these days do not often have the time to read nearly 400 pages of narrative history.
Scholastic said that the 15 prize winning public libraries will receive 100 copies of the new trade paperback edition of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone', with the new cover illustrated by Kazu Kibuishi, to give away at the celebration; one new paperback boxed set of all seven Harry Potter books signed by Kibuishi for the library; a USD100 gift card towards the Harry Potter celebration and a Harry Potter event kit with sticker sheets, name tags, bookmarks, activities, and more.
This is the first paperback edition of the original ground-breaking study by Watzlawick (Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.
This new paperback edition includes eight new pages of information about Terry and his legacy.
There is a paperback edition at [pounds sterling]17.
Ian Fleming's James Bond stamps feature four editions of each book, beginning with the Jonathan Cape first edition, the UK paperback Pan edition, the US Jove paperback edition and the most recent Penguin paperback edition.
THE TROUBLE WITH PHYSICS: THE RISE OF STRING THEORY, THE FALL OF A SCIENCE, AND WHAT COMES NEXT has been a best-seller in hardcover and its new paperback edition offers even more collections an affordable access to theoretical physicist Lee Smolin's discussion on fundamental physics--which argues the discipline is losing its ideals.
on Tuesday to suspend sales of a paperback edition of a story originally carried in a magazine on the 2003 murder of a woman in Hokkaido, accepting the plaintiff's argument that the story defamed her.