Hachette In Works To Acquire Workman in Massive Deal Worth Millions

The independent publishing house that was founded in 1968 – Workman – is looking to be acquired by Hachette for $240 million. The reason Hachette’s sight is set on this acquisition is because of the vast array of books that sell consistently over the years.

Workman, according to the report out of The New York Times, owns almost half of its own content with the ideas coming from Workman. They invest in themselves and ideas, and they really push their older books, investing in them to keep selling. This is what attracted Hachette to the independent publisher in the first place – the knack for selecting and pushing titles and topics that are timeless.

Below are some of the school aged books under Workman:

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