Help! Somebody, please! The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden is a Hardcover book. For some reason Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com have it listed as a paperback. Days ago, Marvin Sekler, the intrepid and incredibly wise Vice-President of Marketing at my exclusive distributor, Jonathan David Publishers, contacted both companies and asked them to correct the error, but so far, nothing. I am frustrated beyond words. I myself have written to both sites and asked them to change it, but again, nada. Do any of you have any ideas on how to correct this problem? This is driving me crazy because we put so much effort into producing a quality book; a beautiful hardcover volume with gold-foil stamping beneath the dust jacket. We printed on acid free paper, and the paper has a lovely antique sheen. We even spent extra money to have the binding sewn and not glued so the book will not fall apart after a few readings. And it will lie flat on your lap — the way a good book is supposed to. As one of my wonderful readers wrote to me: “It’s a keeper.” Karen and I wanted to produce a book that will last for a hundred years. We also priced it at $14.95 hoping to make it as affordable as possible. So, seeing it listed as a paperback has me tied up in knots. If any of my readers has a solution, please let us know.