trade paperback


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trade paperback

n.
A paperback book that is typically of better production quality, larger size, and higher price than a mass-market edition, intended for sale in bookstores.
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HarperCollins will sell the trade paperback that costs $14.
The successful bidder shall provide all materials and services necessary to fill orders placed by the County, during the term of the contract, for trade paperback, mass market adult, young adult and juvenile paperback books, and toddler/pre-k board books.
ALEX SARLL Slaying the Badger LeMond, Hinault and the Greatest Ever Tour de France by Richard Moore is published as a trade paperback by Yellow Jersey, priced pounds 12.
8/10 * Sleep Like The Dead by Alex Gray is published as a trade paperback by Sphere, priced pounds 12.
The new Big Fat Little Lit (Puffin Books) is a trade paperback that features some of the best stories from the three hardcover originals.
Written by animal welfare supporter Joe Tavano and illustrated by Ji Yu, A Dachshund's Wish is a trade paperback story written especially for young readers who are ready to take the next step from picturebooks to chapter books.
The Heart's Citadel, by Anita Burgh (Orion Trade Paperback, pounds 11.
Shortt (Vallecito, California: Chalcedon Foundation, 2004), 466 pages, trade paperback, $22.
The trade paperback includes black and white photographs from the films under discussion as well as a useful bibliography.
The Power Of A Woman is published by Poolbeg trade paperback original ISBN: 184 223 059X Price: EUR12.