More Fall Catalogs



Crown’s new catalog cleverly uses that iconic symbol of Fall, an apple, made up of slices from different varieties, to illustrate the new alignment of imprints resulting from the recent Random House reorganization.

The green slice (Granny Smith?) represents the imprints that Crown gained from the former Doubleday Publishing Group:

  • Broadway Books
  • Broadway Business (formerly Doubleday Business) 
  • Doubleday Religion 

Several of the Crown imprint franchises continue with new titles:


  • Cesar Millan, Puppyhood: How to Raise the Perfect Dog
  • Suzanne Somers, Knock Out — on cancer; curing and prevention
  • Louann Brizendine, The Male Brain — followup to The Female Brain, which was a bestseller in both hardcover and paperback
  • Daniel G. Amen, The Brain in Love — This will be a PBS special as were Amen’s bestsellers Change Your Brain, Change Your Life  and Magnificent Mind at Any Age.



The Crown lifestyle imprints, now appear in their own separate catalog, along with Watson-Guptill’s range of crafts and hobby titles (miniature food jewelry! I’m not kidding. Actually, the pieces are pretty amazing). Rachel Ray and Martha Stewart have new titles coming from Clarkson Potter and Watson-Guptill is bringing out three compendiums of the Mad Magazine favorites, Spy vs. Spy, which have been out of print for 40 years.

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