Grosset & Dunlap is a United States publishing house founded in 1898. The company was purchased by G. P. Putnam's Sons in 1982 and today is part of Penguin Random House through its subsidiary Penguin Group. Today, through the Penguin Group, they publish approximately 170 titles a year, including licensed ...
Grosset & Dunlap creates high-quality books for young readers of any level. Focused on books for ages 0–12, Grosset offers a wide range of original...
Feb 18, 2015 ... Take a moment to learn more about the history of Grosset & Dunlap and find out how to identify their first editions.
Written by Henry Winkler; Written by Lin Oliver; Illustrated by Scott Garrett;. Final Girl #3. Written by Michelle Schusterman; Illustrated by Stephanie Olesh;. Song of the Dark Crystal #2. Written by J. M. Lee; Illustrated by Cory Godbey;. Look Out! Ghost Mountain Below #4. Written by Lin Oliver; Illustrated by Samantha Kallis; ...
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This is an overview of the different styles of the original Nancy Drew hardcover books from #1 through #56 that have been issued over the years by Grosset and Dunlap. It is aimed at the beginning collector and does not include some of the more obscure variations.
Dick and Jane: Fun With Dick and Jane (Puffin Young Readers. L2)(Chinese Edition). Jun 16, 2012. by Grosset amp; Dunlap. Currently unavailable. Product Details ...
Grosset & Dunlap. Grosset & Dunlap (New York, US) Series dates: 1898-1982. Size: 5″ x 7.5″. Founded in 1898 by Alexander Grosset and George T. Dunlap in New York City, Grosset and Dunlap sold copious numbers of reprints, remainders and original series throughout much of the 20th century. While many of G&D's ...
Jun 14, 2014 ... There's probably not a bookseller alive who hasn't been tripped up by a Grosset & Dunlap publication, whether it took the form of misrepresenting a reprint as a First Edition, mistaking a First Edition for a reprint or, in an attempt to identify a publication date, confusing a copyright date with a publication date.