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Hmh Fall Children's Bookgroup

Hmh Fall Children's Bookgroup

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Published by: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on Jun 23, 2010
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12/03/2014

 
FALL
2010
 a   a  ’         a   a  a 
Houghton Mi√in Harcourt
 
Board Book Picture Book Paperback Early Reader Fiction Nonfiction Reference
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Cover illustration © 2010 by David Wiesner from
 Art and Max
Catalog design by Kat Black
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children’s Book Group
Fall 2010
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Clarion Books
 As an adjective the word
clarion
 means “brilliantly clear.”  An appropriate name for this distinctive imprint. 
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Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
 A distinguished, award- winning publishing tradition.
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Harcourt Children’s Books
High-quality, award-winning books for more than eighty years.
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HMH Books
Fresh new formats for children of all ages.
106
Sandpiper Paperbacks
Imaginations soar with our popular and classic paperbacks.
141
Graphia Paperbacks
Quality paperbacks for today’s teen readers.
160
Adult
162
Reference
164
Backlist
Last season’s stellar list all in one place!
173
Web resources
174
Authors and Illustrators by State, with Websites
176
Books by Publication Month
Quick reference for books by pub months.
177
Costumes
178
Awards & Accolades
180
Holidays
183
Index
186
Bookstore Representatives
187
Ordering Information
192
The Polar Express
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 222 Berkeley Street Boston, Massachusetts 02116 (617) 351-5000www.hmhbooks.com
 
Clarion Books
seems an appropriate and challenging name for our list.  Te word derives from the Latin
clarus,
 meaning “clear.” It was the name of a medieval trumpet with loud, clear tones, and as an adjective it means “brilliantly clear.”
—from the first Clarion Books catalog, 1974
Illustration from
Te Desperate Dog Writes Again

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