Edited by Jill A. Tardiff with Randy Kato, Shannon Maughan, John Niernberger, Diane Patrick, Karole Riippa, Laurele Riippa and Mary Ann Tennenhouse
NATIONAL ACADEMIES PRESS/JOSEPH HENRY PRESS
Featured:Degrees Kelvin: A Tale of Genius, Invention, and Tragedy by David Lindley; Einstein Defiant: Genius vs Genius in the Quantum Revolution by Edmund Blair; Digital People: From Bionic Humans to Androids by Sidney Perkowitz; The Depths of Space: The Pioneer Planetary Probes by Mark Wolverton; Beyond the Laws of Madness by Murray Schane. Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booth: 707.
NATIONAL ASSN. OF COLLEGE STORES (NACSCORP)
Featured: select fiction and nonfiction titles.
Giveaways: candy, trinkets.
Discounts: first-time customers receive $25 off first order of $250 or more.
NATIONAL ASSN. OF INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS REPRESENTATIVES (NAIPR)
NATIONAL BOOK FOUNDATION
Sponsors the National Book Awards and educational outreach programs; promotes reading and appreciation of American literature.
Featured:The Book That Changed My Life; The National Book Awards, 1950—2001; National Book Awards winners and finalists; NBF promotional materials.
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Provides service-oriented sales, marketing and distribution to domestic and overseas publishers of commercial fiction, nonfiction and audio titles.
Featured: titles from client-publishers, including American Bar Assn., Aqua Quest, Bonus Books, Cato, Child Welfare League, Davies-Black, Eaglemont Press, Eclipse Press, Enigma, FC&A, Greenline, Heinemann, Heritage, Hudson Hills Press, Insomniac Press, Ivan R. Dee, Justin, Charles, Lone Eagle/Hollywood Creative Directory, M. Evans, McBooks, Moon Mountain, Quest Books, Rand, Regnery, Rowman and Littlefield, Sheed & Ward, Snow Lion, Sport Media, Taylor Trade, Vault, Vertical, Wisdom, World Wisdom and YMAA.
. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more.
NATIONAL BOOK TRUST INDIA
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BOOKS
Distributed by Simon & Schuster.
Featured:National Geographic Atlas of the World, 8th Edition; In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits; Return to Titanic by Robert Ballard with Michael Sweeney; Voices of War: Stories of Service from the Home Front and the Front Lines, foreword by Max Cleland; Faces of Africa by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher; Native Universe: Voices of Indian America; Imagined London: A Tour of the World's Greatest Fictional City by Anna Quindlen; Barcelona the Great Enchantress by Robert Hughes.
Giveaways: ARCs; books; catalogues.
Drawings: for the National Geographic Atlas of the World, 8th Edition.
Discounts: see Simon & Schuster booth for details.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAPS
Imprint of Avalon Publishing Group; distributed by Publishers Group West.
Featured:We Are the Patriots by Gore Vidal; Gods and Monsters by Peter Biskind; The Christopher Hitchens Reader, edited by Christopher Hitchens; Iran:Unique Among the Nation by Dilip Hiro.
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS
Featured:Ships & Aircraft of U.S. Fleet, 18th Edition; Lost on the Ocean Floor; The German Fleet at War, 1939—1945; Finishing Business: What It Will Take to Win the Global War on Terrorism; The Naval Institute Almanac of the U.S. Navy; America's First Frogman: The Draper Kauffman Story; Rescued by the United States Coast Guard; Battleship.
Featured:The Chicken Soup for the Soul Bible; The Message Bible by Eugene Peterson; TH1NK Books; !HERO, The Series, City of Dreams & Rogue Nation by Stephen and Ross Lawhead; School Savvy Kids Series by Cheri Fuller.
Discounts: 50%, free freight (no minimum).
NBM GRAPHIC NOVELS
Featured:The Jungle, adaptation of Upton Sinclair by Peter Kuper; The Best of Luis Royo; Isaac the Pirate, Vol. 2 by Christophe Blain; Boneyard, Vol. 3 by Richard Moore; Dungeon, Vol. 1 by Lewis Trondheim and Joann Sfar.
A part of National Book Network.
THOMAS NELSON PUBLISHING
Publishes Bibles and inspirational titles; imprints include Cool Springs Press, J Countryman, Nelson Book, Nelson Business, Rutledge Hill Press, Tommy Nelson, Transit, W Publishing Group, WND Books and Westbow Press.
Featured from Cool Springs Press:Jackson & Perkins Beautiful Roses Made Easy; Jackson & Perkins Selecting, Growing and Combining Outstanding Perennials.
From J. Countryman:The Traveler's Gift Journal by Andy Andrews.
From Nelson Bibles:Refuel: The Complete New Testament and Becoming New Testament.
From Nelson Books:The Lost Choice: A Legend of Personal Discovery by Andy Andrews; Epic: The Story God Is Telling and the Role that Is Yours to Play by John Eldredge; A Circus of Redemption: Reflections on the Gospel of Jesus by Donald Miller; Breaking the DaVinci Code: Answers to the Questions Everybody's Asking by Darrell L. Bock.
From Nelson Business:The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Tested by Time by Jim Garlow; The Power of One Workbook by John C. Maxwell; Trust: The One Thing that Makes or Breaks a Leader by Les Csorba.
From Rutledge Hill Press:You Might Be a Redneck If... by Jeff Foxworthy; You're Cookin' It Country by Loretta Lynn; Wolfgang Puck Makes It Easy by Wolfgang Puck; White Christmas.
From Tommy Nelson:Boogers Are Blessings and Jingle Cats, both by Michael McDermott.
From Transit:Dewitched: What You Need to Know About the Dangers of Witchcraft Wicca by Tim Baker; A Guy's Guide to Life by Jason Boyett; Beautiful: Seeing Yourself Through God's Eyes by Angela Thomas.
From W Publishing Group:The Man Called Cash: The Life, Love and Faith of an American Legend by Steve Turner; Come Thirsty: No Heart Too Dry for His Touch by Max Lucado.
From WestBow Press:Red and Whit e, both by Ted Dekker; Life Everlasting by Robert Whitlow.
From WND Books:Bad Trip: How the War Against Drugs Is Destroying America by Joel Miller; King of Cons: Exposing the Dirty Rotten Scandals of the Washington Elite and Hollywood Celebrities by Aaron Tonken; The Many Faces of John Kerry: Why This Massachusetts Liberal Is Wrong for America by David N. Bossie.
Giveaways: finished books, galleys.
Discounts: 50%, free freight.
NEW BRIGHTON BOOKS
NEW HARBINGER PUBLICATIONS
Featured:10 Simple Solutions to Panic by Martin M. Antony and Randi E. McCabe; Alzheimer's A to Z by Jytte Lokvig and John D. Becker; Coping with Erectile Dysfunction by Michael E. Metz and Barry W. McCarthy; Overcoming Compulsive Checking by Paul R. Munford; Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time by Christopher R. Martell and Michael E. Addis; Surviving the Death of Your Spouse by Deborah S. Levinson; The Anger Workbook for Women by Laura J. Petracek; The Highly Sensitive Person's Survival Guide by Ted Zeff; The Messages Workbook by Martha Davis, Kim Paleg and Patrick Fanning; The Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook by Douglas J. Mason.
NEW HOLLAND PUBLISHERS
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.).
Featured:The Natural Bath and Spa by Cheryl Coutts and Ada Warren; Lemongrass and Sweet Basil by Kham Signavong; Encyclopedia of Stitches, edited by Rosemary Wilkinson; Soft Furnishings by Chris Jefferys; Good Hair, Teeth, Skin series (various titles); Adventure Racing by Jacques Marais; Astronomy by Margaret Penston with Ian Morison; Taking Precautions by Shyama Perera; Whales and Dolphins by Mark Simmonds; Moroccan Modern by Hassan M'Souli.
NEW HORIZON PRESS
Distributed by Kensington Publishing Corp.
Exhibiting with W.W. Norton & Co.
Featured:The Odyssey of Two Brothers: Moviemaking with Tigers and Jean-Jacques Annaud; Two Brothers: The Tale of Kumal and Sangha; Van Helsing: The Making of the Thrilling Monster Movie; Vanity Fair: Bringing the Classic to the Screen; What's Happening to My Body? book series by Lynda Madaras; Zentrepreneurs Guide series (various titles); Wesley K. Clark by Antonia Felix; Traveling with Che Guevara by Alberto Granado.
Giveaways: movie memorabilia grab bags; galleys; notepads.
Drawings: Zentrepreneur Guides contest; for donations of 100 What's Happening to My Body? book series to local schools or libraries; for movie screening passes.
NEW MEXICO BOOK ASSN.
NEW MILLENNIUM ENTERTAINMENT
Imprints include New Millennium Press and New Millennium Audio.
Featured from New Millennium Press:The Secrets of D-Day by Larry Collins; Life Under the Stars by Anthony Pellicano; Leadership Lessons from the Heart by James Belasco; Gasparilla Gold by M. Diane Vogt; The Dali Code by Cathy Crimmins; Illustrated Theory of Everything by Stephen W. Hawking; select mass-market titles by Larry Collins and others.
From New Millennium Audio:Melancholy Baby by Robert Parker; The Politics of Truth by Joseph Wilson; The Best of Edgar Allan Poe.
Drawings: stop by booth and enter.
Exhibiting with W.W. Norton & Co.
Featured:Before the Frost by Henning Mankell; Fighting Words: An Illustrated History of Newspaper Accounts of the Civil War by Andrew Coopersmith; Dick: The Man Who Is President by John Nichols; Founding Myths: Stories That Hide Our Patriotic Past by Ray Raphael; Hope Dies Last by Studs Terkel; Say It Plain: Live Recordings of the 20th Century's Great African-American Speeches, edited by Kate Ellis and Stephen Smith; The Freedom: Shadows and Hallucinations in Occupied Iraq by Christian Parenti; Historians in Trouble: Plagiarism, Fraud, and Politics in the Ivory Tower by John Wiener; Sundown Towns: The Hidden History of American Racism by Jim Loewen; Spanking the Donkey: On the Campaign Trail with the Democrats by Matt Taibbi.
Giveaways: posters; galleys; buttons; facsimiles; audio samplers.
Discounts: seasonal backlist special; see W.W. Norton booth for details.
Booths: 1421, 1422.
NEW WORLD LIBRARY/HJ KRAMER
Exhibiting with Publishers Group West.
Featured:The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle; Legends 2 by John and Kirsten Miller; Angel Cats by Linda and Allen Anderson; Forever Ours by Janis Amatuzio, M.D.; All My Relations by Susan Chernak McElroy; Horses & the Mystical Path by Thomas McCormick, Adele von Rust McCormick and Marlena Deborah McCormick; Tibetan Buddhist Altars by Robert Beers and Tad Wise; The Mystic Hours by Brother Wayne Teasdale; The Christmas House by Georja Skinner; Pathways to Bliss by Joseph Campbell.
Giveaways: ARCs, posters.
Discounts: see PGW booth for details.
Booths: 3936, 3937.
NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS
Publishes the New York Review of Books and Granta magazine, as well as books under NYRB Classics, NYRB Collections, The Little Bookroom and NYRB Children's Collection.
Featured from NYRB Classics:Cassandra at the Wedding by Dorothy Baker; Hons and Rebels by Jessica Mitford; The Year of the French by Thomas Flanagan
. From NYRB Collections:From Heaven to Arcadia by Ingrid Rowland; There You Are by Thomas Flanagan.
magazine:Granta 86: Movies.
From NYRB Children's Collection:An Episode of Sparrows by Rumer Godden; Carbonel by Barbara Sleigh.
Giveaways:NYRB's June 24 issue; NYRB's 2004 BEA Supplement; copies of Granta; Unknown Masterpieces (a compilation); galleys.
NEW YORK UNIV. CENTER FOR PUBLISHING
NEW YORK UNIV. PRESS
Featured:On Foot: A History of Walking by Joseph Amato; We Skate Hardcore by Vincent Cianni; The Real Price of War by Joshua S. Goldstein; Artwalks in New York by Marine Harrison and Lucy D. Rosenfeld; Let Them Eat Prozac by David Healy; In The Beginning: A Short History of the Hebrew Language by Joel Hoffman; The Rise of Viagra by Meika Loe; The Digital Person by Daniel J. Solove; Marks of the Beast: The Left Behind Novels and the Struggle for Evangelical Identity by Glenn W. Shuck.
Giveaways:We Skate Hardcore posters.
Discounts: 50% on orders of 10 or more units.
This U.K.-based company provides a range of bibliographic services in several formats including CD-ROM, online and record supply; offers order routing and network services; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.).
Featured: company information; demonstrations.
Booths: 3253, 3254.
This U.S.—based service company monitors and analyzes international sales data for the English-language book industry worldwide; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.).
Featured: company information; demonstrations.
Booths: 3253, 3254.
MAX NIEMEYER VERLAG
A part of the German Collective Stand.
Featured:Patent It Yourself by David Pressman; Mediate, Don't Litigate by Peter Lovenheim and Lisa Guerin; Deduct It! Lower Your Small Business Taxes by Stephen Fishman; Prenuptial Agreements by Katherine Stoner and Shae Irving; Sell Your Business by Fred Steingold; Workplace Investigations by Lisa Guerin; The Executor's Guide by Mary Randolph; Patenting Art & Entertainment by Gregory Aharonian and Richard Stim.
Giveaways: tote bags, rulers.
Drawings: for a PDA; daily for Quicken software.
Discounts: 50% on 25 assorted backlist books.
Exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group.
Featured:Playing the Game: Inside Athletic Recruiting in the Ivy League by Chris Lincoln; Make a Real Living as a Freelance Writer by Jenna Glatzer; How to Handle Homework Snafus (a Go Parents! Guide) by Carmella van Vleet; The Power of Positive Teaching by Yvonne Bender; The Bahamas Cruising Guide with Turks and Caicos Islands, Fourth Edition by Mathew Wilson; select backlist, including Go Parents! guide series.
Giveaways:Playing the Game mini footballs; Make a Real Living as a Freelance Writer fuzzy pencils; Go Parents! guide stickers.
Drawings: daily for autographed books; one hour, one-on-one online tutorial with Jenna Glatzer.
Discounts: see IPG booth for details.
NORMAN & GLOBUS
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV. PRESS
Exhibiting with the AAUP.
Featured:Love and Conquest: Personal Correspondence of Catherine the Great and Prince Grigory Potemkin, edited by Douglas Smith; Main Lines: Rebirth of the North American Railroads, 1970—2002 by Richard Saunders Jr.; Southern Sons, Northern Soldiers: The Civil War Letters of the Remley Brothers, 22nd Iowa Infantry, edited by Julie Holcomb; The Male Body at War: American Masculinity During World War II by Christina S. Jarvis; Reforming the Chicago Teamsters by Robert Bruno; Chicago Aviation: An Illustrated History by David M. Young; The Chicago & Alton Railroad by Gene V. Glendinning; Crusading Liberal: Paul H. Douglas of Illinois by Roger Biles; It's Hardly Sportin': Stadiums, Neighborhoods, and the New Chicago by Costas Spirou and Larry Bennett; City of Big Shoulders: A History of Chicago by Robert G. Spinney.
Exhibiting with Chronicle Books.
Booths: 1701, 1801.
NORTH STAR BOOKS
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. and Combined Book Exhibit/American Collective.
Featured:"Where's My Shoes?" My Father's Walk Through Alzheimer's (2nd ed.) and Finding the Joy in Alzheimer's, Vol. 2: When Tears Are Dried with Laughter, both by Brenda Avadian.
Booths: 1537, 4001, 4203.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV. PRESS
Exhibiting with the AAUP.
Featured:Bridges of Memory: Chicago's First Wave of Black Migration: An Oral History by Timuel D. Black Jr.; The Second City Almanac of Improvisation, edited by Anne Libera; America's Lawyer Presidents: From Law Office to Oval Office, edited by Norman Gross; Zigzagger by Manuel Muñoz.
Discounts: 48% on backlist titles.
W.W. NORTON & CO.
Featured:Complete Aubrey/Maturin Novels by Patrick O'Brian; Will in the World by Stephen Greenblatt; Another Bullshit Night in Suck City by Nick Glynn; All About Braising by Molly Stevens; Origins by Neil de Grasse Tyson; New Annotated Sherlock Holmes by Leslie Klinger; Alice Walker by Evelyn White; Full Bloom by Hunter Drohojowka-Philp; War and the American Presidency by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.; Weekend Baker by Abigail Johnson Dodge; Einstein's Clocks, Poincare's Maps by Peter Falison; Great Unraveling by Paul Krugman; Roaring 90s by Joseph Stiglitz; Extreme Weather by Christopher Burt; Hip Hop Hares by Outside Magazine; In Fact: The Best of Creative Non-Fiction by Lee Gutkind; Favorite African Folktales by Nelson Mandela; Monster of God by David Quammen; Deep Survival by Laurence Gonzales; Norton/Atlas: Machers and Rockers by Rich Cohen; Media Man by Ken Auletta; Obsessive Genius by Barbara Goldsmith; Everything and More by David Foster Wallace; The Doctors' Plague by Sherwin Nuland.
Giveaways: ARCs of select featured titles; ARCs of Eve Green by Susan Fletcher.
Booths: 1319—1328, 1419—1428.
This first-time exhibitor publishes nonfiction titles on contemporary issues.
Featured:Who's Watching Your Drink? A Gripping Account of Drug-Rape and Survival by Sharon K. Jackson.
Giveaways: coasters, bookmarks.
Discounts: 40%, free freight.
Specializes in packaging and distributing restored original broadcasts of old-time radio programs from the '30s—'50s, classic television shows from the '50s—'60s and Archie Comics classic cartoons.
Featured:Old Time Radio Collections (CD/cassette); Archie Classic Cartoons (DVD/video); Classic Television Shows from the 50s and 60s (DVD); Adventure Series for children (CD).
Giveaways: related products.