Ripley renews as Random House break records

Liz Thomson
News - Books 16 Dec 2008

With Ripley's Annual tracking 36% ahead of last year, Ripley Publishing has announced it will renew its licence with Random House. Norm Deska, Ripley's Executive Vice-President, said he and his colleagues were 'delighted to be continuing our relationship with Random House, who have worked very hard to help make the book the success it is.' He added that the publisher would be closely involved with Ripley's expansion plans, which include the first titles in a new children's non-fiction series.

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