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San Francisco-based American publisher of books for adults and children. Wikipedia

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  • Chronicle Publishing Company

    Print and broadcast media corporation headquartered in San Francisco, California that was in operation from 1865 until 2000. Most notable for owning the namesake San Francisco Chronicle newspaper and KRON-TV, the longtime National Broadcasting Company affiliate in the San Francisco Bay Area (San Francisco–Oakland–San Jose) television media market. Wikipedia

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  • American magazine and book publisher, based in San Francisco, founded by its editor V. Vale in 1980. Also credited as an editor. Wikipedia

  • Canadian-owned publisher of children's books, with a list of over 500 picture books, non-fiction and fiction titles for toddlers to young adults. The Kids Can Press list includes characters such as Franklin the Turtle—the single most successful publishing franchise in the history of Canadian publishing, which has sold over 65 million books in over 30 languages around the world. Wikipedia

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  • San Francisco Review of Books

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  • American book publisher. A division of the Creative Arts Book Company of Berkeley, California, Black Lizard specialized in reprinting forgotten crime fiction and noir fiction writers and novels originally released between the 1930s and the 1960s, many of which are now acknowledged as classics of their genres. Wikipedia

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  • Madrid mailed her poem to six publishers in October 1999, notably Chronicle Books, before turning it into a local stage musical in August 2001.Monsters, Inc.-Wikipedia
  • In February 2006, Miller Publishing sold the magazine to a San Francisco-based company called the McEvoy Group LLC, which was also the owner of Chronicle Books.Spin (magazine)-Wikipedia
  • A followup book title Trumpty Dumpty Wanted a Crown was released on September 29, 2020 by Chronicle Books.John Lithgow-Wikipedia
  • Additionally, Chronicle Books has published The Grumpy Cat Wall Calendar each year since 2013, with a 2019 edition available as of August 2018.Grumpy Cat-Wikipedia
  • In 2013, Jacobson published two coloring books with Chronicle Books: Color This Book: New York City and Color This Book: San Francisco.Abbi Jacobson-Wikipedia
  • The success of her second monograph, Girl Culture (Chronicle Books, 2002), and the accompanying show helped to cement her worldwide reputation as a documentary photographer.Lauren Greenfield-Wikipedia

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