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a book with cardboard or cloth or leather covers

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having a hard back or cover

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The reason for the continued sales of the small-format hardcovers can be attributed to quality, but, according to BOOKLINE's David Brown, "The small size is intimate and pleasing, especially when the story inside is as wonderful as ELLEN FOSTER.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- The original hardcover editions of Kaye Gibbon's first two novels have remained in print since her first book was published a decade ago by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill.
Once a book is published in paperback, it's unusual to still be able to buy the hardcover edition in a bookstore that doesn't deal in rare, collectible books.
We're increasing each author's visibility significantly, which will bode well for his or her next hardcover or trade paperback.
The new list ranks the 50 top-selling books -- whether hardcover, paperback, fiction or non-fiction.
THE NEW MONEY MASTERS: Winning Investment Strategies of: Soros, Lynch, Steinhardt, Rogers, Neff, Wanger, Michaelis and Carret by John Train -- this national bestseller has sold over 100,000 hardcovers and paperbacks combined and continues to be one of the most widely read investment books in history.
selling more than 300,000 copies in hardcover and paperback and inspiring an HBO movie, Barbarians is a classic account of the deal that exemplified the LBO era and, for many, epitomized the "decade of greed".
Beating the Dow has combined hardcover and paperback sales of over 200,000 copies.
Porras -- an innovative study that identified and described the unique characteristics of "visionary" companies, Built to Last continues to appear on national bestseller lists and has sold 600,000 copies in hardcover and paper to date.
Pollan and Mark Levine -- selling almost 400,000 copies in hardcover and paperback, this controversial and revolutionary national bestseller forever changed the way people think and feel about money.
THE DILBERT PRINCIPLE: A Cubicle's-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads, and Other Workplace Afflictions by Scott Adams -- with an amazing combined hardcover and paperback sales of 2 million copies, this book bravely, and hilariously, exposed the absurdities of contemporary business life and paved the way for business humor books.
It has sold over 300,000 copies in hardcover and paperback.
This book has combined hardcover and paperback sales of more than 60,000 copies.
It has sold well over 300,000 copies in hardcover alone.
Tichy with Eli Cohen -- selling more than 100,000 hardcover copies, this groundbreaking work that provoked the business community to compete at a higher level, was a Business Week bestseller and named one of Business Week's Top Ten Books of the Year.