This press publishes between 12 and 24 titles each year. The list is equally divided between two imprints: September Sky Press, for adult readers, and Melody Press, for children and young adults.
A publisher of high-quality art and illustrated books, Abrams is also the publisher of children’s and young adult books including the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney. Its imprints include Abrams Books, Abrams Appleseed, Abrams ComicArts, Abrams Image, Abrams Books for Young Readers, Amulet Books, STC, and Melanie Falick Books.
This boutique house is an eco-friendly publisher supporting water and ocean stewardship through the Aguacene Fund at Tides Canada Foundation. Current titles, by eco-conscious authors, include the Nemecene series. The press is distributed by National Book Network.
Since 1919 Albert Whitman has been publishing children’s books, included the classic series the Boxcar Children Mysteries. The press’s picture books, novels, and nonfiction titles aim to reach children and teens of all backgrounds and experiences.
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Established more than 30 years ago, Algonquin’s fiction and nonfiction titles have been the recipient of numerous awards. Its imprint Algonquin Young Readers is dedicated to publishing works of literary merit and enduring quality for children and young adults.
American Academy of Pediatrics
This publisher in the field of pediatrics has a wide-ranging program that includes essential clinical and practice management and titles for parents.
Featured titles: Parenting Through Puberty: Mood Swings, Acne and Growing Pains by Suanne Kowal-Connelly; Caring for Your Adopted Child: An Essential Guide for Families by Elaine E. Schulte and Robin Michaelson; Retro Toddler: More Than 100 Old-School Activities to Boost Development by Anne H. Zachry.
American Booksellers for Free Expression
ABFE is the bookseller’s voice in the fight against censorship.
American Library Association
The ALA is the global leader in library events and exhibits. This year its annual conference will be held in New Orleans, June 22–25.
American Psychological Association
The APA publishes in the areas of behavioral and social sciences and is the originator of the APA Style. Its imprint for children, Magination Press, publishes books to help children deal with a wide variety of psychological concerns and challenges.
APG Sales & Distribution
This is a full-service distributor representing independent publishers.
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
This organization is the publisher for the official Appalachian Trail guides, maps, and other books related to the trail.
Apples & Honey
Launched in 2015, Apples & Honey is a children’s publishing house.
Artisan focuses on cooking, design, pop culture, and employing a visual lens to expand the boundaries of general nonfiction.
Association of American Publishers
With about 400 members, the AAP is the largest trade organization representing the publishing industry’s priorities on the protection of intellectual property and worldwide copyright enforcement.
Association of Taipei Publishers
Established in July 1975, this association is one of the largest in the Taiwan publishing industry, with more than 1,500 registered publishers. For more than 40 years, the association has been dedicated to promoting cultural activities in Taiwan.
Founded in 2006 and based in London and New York, this independent publisher is one of very few presses that reviews submissions directly from authors.
B&H Publishing Group
A nonprofit publisher, B&H is dedicated to Bible-centered content.
Baker Publishing Group
Baker publishes Christian resources over a broad scope of topics, including fiction, self-help, inspiration, professional books for pastors and counselors, Christian living, and academic titles.
Baker & Taylor
Booths 1321, 1421
Baker & Taylor is a worldwide distributor of digital and print books, and entertainment products. It also provides digital media services and technology platforms to publishers, libraries, schools, and retailers worldwide.
Barron’s Educational Series
In addition to its well-known test prep and study aids, Barron’s also publishes a wide array of titles for children and adults.
Booth 2607, 2609
Behrman publishes books for Jewish schools, as well as titles for the general trade on Hebrew and Jewish culture.
Two years ago, after three decades of producing audio books, Blackstone launched a print book publishing arm.
Featured Titles: Lost by P.C. and Kristin Cast; Take a Chance by Shelley Shepard Gray; Lady Fortescue Steps Out by M.C. Beaton.
Bloomsbury is an independent, global publishing house established in 1986 with offices in London, New York, Sydney, Oxford, and New Delhi.
Featured titles: One Person, No Vote by Carol Anderson; A Shot in the Dark by Lynn Truss; The Priority of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon.
Featured titles: The Darkdeep by Ally Condie and Brendan Reichs; The Girl King by Mimi Yu; A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer.
Bonnier is a growing publishing company comprising the adult imprints Weldon Owen and Blue Streak Books, and the children’s imprints Little Bee Books, Buzz Pop, and Yellow Jacket.
This Canadian software company provides web-based marketing, sales, and data products for publishers
Bookish is an online resource that aims to help readers discover their next favorite book.
Booklist is the book review journal for the American Library Association.
Founded in 2005, this comic book and graphic novel imprint produces both original and licensed content across its four imprints: Archaia, Boom!, Box, KaBoom!
A ProQuest affiliate, Bowker is the world’s leading provider of bibliographic information and is the official ISBN agency for the U.S. and Australia.
This company specializes in brewing literature for today’s craft brewers, homebrewers, and beer enthusiasts.
Bridge publishes the nonfiction works of L. Ron Hubbard on the subjects of Dianetics and Scientology.
Brooklyn Book Festival
This is New York City’s largest annual free public literary event; it presents 250 local, national, and international authors at 12 venues, along with a vibrant literary marketplace.
This company publishes photographic and fine arts calendars in a variety of formats.
C&T caters to the worldwide quilting and sewing markets with three imprints: FunStitch Studio for 8–14 year olds, Stash Books and Kansas Star Quilts for adults.
Featured titles: Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book by Amanda Murphy; Modern Quilts, edited by the Modern Quilt Guild; Quilt-As-You Go Made Vintage by Jera Brandvig.
This house publishes YA fiction and poetry.
An independent publisher based in Somerville, Mass., Candlewick publishes books for children that appeal to teachers, parents, and librarians as well.
This children’s publisher aims to inspire children’s imagination and ignite their curiosity.
Featured titles: Meet Yasmin! by Saadia Faruqi, illus. by Hatem Aly; Sweet Revenge: Passive-Aggressive Desserts for Your Exes & Enemies by Heather Kim; A Different Pond by Bao Phi, illus. by Thi Bui.
Booth 2657 A division of the Lerner Publishing Group, this press offers picture books, and intermediate and young adult fiction and nonfiction titles.
This publishing company’s brands include Casemate and Casemate UK, which specialize in military history; Oxbow Books, which specializes in archaeology, and Casemate Academic, which focuses on archaeology, religion, and literature.
This traditional press is devoted to poetry and fiction across several genres.
This house publishes fiction and nonfiction picture books and middle grade texts. In the fall of 2017, a new imprint, Charlesbridge Teen, was launched. Imagine! is the press’s imprint for adults.
Under five imprints—Chicago Review Press, Lawrence Hill Books, Ball Publishing, Zephyr Press, and Academy Chicago—this house publishes approximately 60 new titles per year, distributed by IPG.
This company produces active and interactive books, games, toys, and other materials that promote whole person development and learning through play.
China International Publishing Group/Sinomedia
Since 1949, China International Publishing Group has offered general interest and reference books on traditional and contemporary China through various publishers. Sinomedia is its distributor in the U.S.
Booths 1702, 1703
Publishing in the areas of design, food, lifestyle, pop culture, and children’s titles, Chronicle is inspired by the enduring magic and importance of books.
A religious publisher that dates to 1918, Church is the official publisher of resources for the Episcopal Church, and also caters to the broader ecumenical marketplace with its imprints Morehouse and Seabury Books.
This press produces gift books and cookbooks, and publishes such major brands as Star Trek and Peanuts.
Combined Book Exhibit
CBE is an organizer of book, periodical, multimedia, and e-book exhibits in the U.S. at major library, education, and trade conferences and is a co-organizer of the USA Pavilion at several international book fairs. It also partners with BookExpo on the New Title Showcase.
This press publishes general interest and scholarly books in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Its imprints include Comstock, ILR Press, and Three Hills.
Cottage Door is a publisher of children’s board books for infants and toddlers.
A division of Norton, Countryman publishes books on cooking, travel, outdoor recreation, and more.
Family-owned, this company is a supplemental educational publisher for grades pre-K–8 that has been in business for 50 years.
Crossway publishes gospel-centered, Bible-centered content.
A division of Penguin Random House.
Featured titles: Becoming by Michelle Obama; Presidents of War by Michael Beschloss; Cook Like a Pro by Ina Garten.
Featured titles: Machete Squad by Brent Dulak, Kevin Knodell, and David Axe, illus. by Per Darwin Berg; Trench Dogs by Ian Densford; The ’Stan by Kevin Knodell and David Axe, illus. by Blue Delliquanti.
Diamond Book Distributors
Booth 1802, 1803
This distributor is dedicated to making a wide selection of graphic novels and other pop culture merchandise available worldwide to bookstores, libraries, schools, and other retailers.
Disney Publishing Worldwide
The world’s largest publisher of children’s books, magazines, and apps, Disney creates and publishes books in-house and through worldwide licensing.
Known for lavishly designed and illustrated books, DK is the publisher of the Eyewitness series for children and the Eyewitness Travel Guides.
Featured titles: The Tool Book, with a foreword by Nick Offerman; Solo: A Star Wars Story: The Official Guide by Pablo Hidalgo; and the newly relaunched DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Paris and DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Italy.
A division of Penguin Random House.
Featured titles: An untitled thriller by John Grisham; Rising Out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist by Eli Saslow; On Desperate Ground: The Marines at the Reservoir: The Korean War’s Greatest Battle by Hampton Sides.
Dreamscape is a library-first, multiformat media publisher of fiction and nonfiction audiobooks and book-based children’s read-along videos.
An independent publisher distributed by Workman, the press focuses on children’s books.
The publishing division of Dynamic Forces, this company is home to comic book titles and properties including Red Sonja, Project Superpowers, Army of Darkness, Battlestar Galactica, The Lone Ranger, and Zorro.
Earth Sky + Water
This is a publisher of FoldingGuides and other laminated, fold-up nature identification guides.
Through its imprints, Usborne and Kane Miller, EDC publishes lavishly illustrated children’s books.
Edelweiss/Above the Treeline
This platform is used by 100,000 book professionals; it is host to 95% of the U.S. frontlist from all major publishers.
Editorial Freelancers Association
This nonprofit organization puts authors and publishers in touch with freelance writers and editors.
Elsevier is a global information analytics business that helps institutions and professionals advance health care, open science, and improve performance.
Founded in 1967, this company publishes in the areas of business and management, health, social care, education, and engineering.
Launched in 2008 and distributed by Workman, the Experiment publishes a wide range of nonfiction, including food, health and fitness, personal development, parenting, relationships, sexuality, science, and nature.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux
FSG publishes poetry, literary fiction, and nonfiction.
For more than 30 years, Firebrand has provided technology solutions and management for publishing companies.
A division of Macmillan, named after the historic building in which it is housed, Flatiron publishes two to three books a month, both fiction and nonfiction.
This press’s imprint, Empire State Editions, features books that explore New York. The press also publishes in a wide range of academic areas, including anthropology, cultural studies, history, philosophy, literary studies, and more.
The focus of this press is on illustrated nonfiction with an emphasis on artisan and high-quality craft books.
Battlefield Earth is one of Galaxy Press’s best-known titles. The press also publishes Writers of the Future, an annual science fiction and fantasy anthology, as well as Stories from the Golden Age, a line of mystery adventure, science fiction and fantasy, and westerns.
Booths 1827, 1829
This press publishes books about well-known brands and people, regional interest, history, military history, lifestyle, cooking, recreation, nature, true crime, crafts, performing art, folklore, and children’s books
Booths 1938, 1939
A division of Hachette Book Group.
Featured titles: Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks; In Pieces by Sally Field; I Might Regret This by Abbi Jacobson.
Graywolf is committed to publishing 21st-century American and international literature, with an emphasis on underrepresented and diverse voices.
Green Kids Club
This organization publishes picture books series designed to teach young children the importance of environmental stewardship.
Guildford publishes in the areas of psychology, the behavioral sciences, education, research methods, and geography for general readers, professionals, and academics.
Booths 1938, 1939
Hachette Book Group is a leading U.S. trade publisher and a division of the third largest trade and educational book publisher in the world, Hachette Livre.
Featured titles: Maid by Stephanie Land; Know Your Value by Mika Brzezinski; Sell It Like Serhant by Ryan Serhant.
Featured titles: Restoration Heights by Wil Medearis; The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen; Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa.
Booths 2338, 2339
A subsidiary of News Corp, HarperCollins comprises more than 120 imprints worldwide, operates in 18 countries, publishes approximately 10,000 new books every year in 17 languages, and has a catalogue of more than 200,000 titles.
Featured titles: Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver (Harper); November Road by Lou Berney (Morrow); Bearskin by James A. McLaughlin (Ecco); The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris (Harper Paperbacks); Lands of Lost Borders by Kate Harris (Dey Street Books); I Know You Know by Gilly Macmillan (Morrow Paperbacks); Lose Well by Chris Gethard (HarperOne); Hannah Green and Her Unfeasibly Mundane Existence by Michael Marshall Smith (Harper 360); and Vita Nostra by Marina and Sergey Dyachenko.
HarperCollins Children’s Books
Featured titles: Presto and Zesto in Limboland by Arthur Yorinks and Maurice Sendak; A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi; Greystone Secrets #1: The Strangers by Margaret Peterson Haddix.
HarperCollins Christian Publishing
The world’s largest Christian publisher, it is composed of Thomas Nelson, Zondervan, and Olive Tree Bible Software.
Featured titles: Unshakeable Hope by Max Lucado; It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way by Lysa TerKeurst; Racing to the Finish by Dale Earnhardt Jr.
With “scholarship plus” as its motto, the press publishes books from ants to Zeus that open the academy to the world.
Founded in 1974, this publisher of Christian literature now publishes more than 150 new books each year.
Now in it’s 152nd year, Holt publishes history, literary fiction, biography, politics, current events, science, mysteries, and thrillers. Its imprints include Henry Holt, Holt Paperbacks, and Metropolitan Books.
Hoopla is a digital library service offering more than 600,000 titles on demand.
BookExpo’s official charity partner, this nonprofit will be accepting tax-deductible donations of books and media at the end of the show.
Featured titles: Disney Storybook Collection (Advent Calendar); My First Day of School; The Little Acorn.
This company publishes comics and graphic novels across a wide spectrum of genres, including science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, and humor, among others.
Independent Publishers Group
IPG is a worldwide distributor for independent general, academic, and professional publishers.
Ingram Content Group
Ingram is a distributor of physical and digital content throughout the world.
With a focus on romance, YA, nonfiction, and other genres, this company specializes in the distribution of e-book and print-on-demand titles.
Inner Traditions/Bear & Co./Findhorn Press
Featured titles: The Miracle Club by Mitch Horowitz; Soul Dog by Elena Mannes; Childless Living by Lisette Schuitemaker.
Featured titles: The Path Between Us by Suzanne Stabile; Last Call for Liberty by Os Guinness; Disruptive Witness by Alan Noble.
Johns Hopkins Univ.
One of the world’s largest university presses, Hopkins publishes more than 200 new books and 58 scholarly periodicals each year.
Kar-Ben is the Jewish-themed children’s book division of the Lerner Publishing Group.
Kong & Park
This publisher specializes in books for studying Chinese characters, Japanese Kanji, and Korean Hanja.
Kumon Publishing North America
Kumon creates workbooks to teach children ages 2–14 verbal, math, and academic skills, based on the Kumon method.
Featured titles: Resist: How to Be an Activist in the Age of Defiance by Huck magazine; A Cat’s Guide to the Night Sky by Stuart Atkinson, illus. by Brendan Kearney; Looking at Art with Alex Katz by Alex Katz.
Lectorum is the oldest and largest Spanish book distributor in the U.S., as well as a publisher of children’s books.
With its 14 imprints, including Carolrhoda, Millbrook, Graphic Universe, and Darby Creek, Lerner publishes fiction and nonfiction for children and young adults.
This company publishes one-third of its 120 new titles per year in English and the rest in Spanish and other languages.
This company is a transmedia studio with a focus on comics publishing across all age groups.
A book box subscription, LitJoy offers monthly young adult crates and quarterly middle grade crates.
Featured titles: Jack (Not Jackie) by Erica Silverman, illus. by Holly Hatam; Disney/Pixar Coco: Movie Storybook /Libro vasado en la pelicula (English-Spanish) by BuzzPop; The Prophet Calls by Melanie Sumrow.
The first American publisher of Hart Crane, William Faulkner, and Ernest Hemingway, Liveright is a division of Norton, publishing fiction, nonfiction graphic novels, drama, and poetry.
London Review of Books
Devoted to the tradition of the literary and intellectual essay, each issue of the London Review contains up to 15 long reviews and essays by academics, writers, and journalists.
Since 1973, Lonely Planet has enabled curious travelers to experience the world via guidebooks and a suite of mobile and digital travel products.
Booths 2444, 2445
A global trade book publishing company, Macmillan has imprints around the world and publishes a broad range of books in all categories and formats.
This press publishes rigorously edited books that defend, refute, and create fresh interpretations of the world.
Booths 1820, 1821
Featured titles: Martina's Kitchen Mix by Martina McBride; The Vegan 8 by Brandi Doming; Breakfast by the editors of Extra Crispy.
Michelin Travel Publications
Michelin is a publisher of travel guides, maps, and atlases.
With 500 titles available, this publisher of children’s encyclopedias, storybooks, classic fiction, and activity books is one of Discovery Channel’s publishing partners.
A division of the Lerner Publishing Group, Millbrook offers picture books, illustrated nonfiction, and photo-driven titles.
This Hong Kong–based company publishes picture books for children.
This press publishes books, journals, and electronic media across a variety of subjects including art, architecture, cognitive science, computer science, neuroscience, and linguistics, among others.
This ministry of Moody Global Ministries provides biblical content.
National Book Network
This is a full-service marketing and distribution company serving independent publishers around the world.
Working with scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, National Geographic publishes books about science and exploration.
Established in 1898, this press publishes approximately 90 titles per year in the genres of military history, strategy, fiction, espionage and intelligence, current affairs, political science, and more.
Featured titles: Battleship Bismarck by William H. Garzke Jr., Robert O. Dulin Jr., and Bill Jurens, with James Cameron; Smoke ’Em If You Got ’Em by Joel R. Buis; Silver State Dreadnaught by Stephen M. Younger.
An online service, NetGalley delivers digital galleys to book publishers, reviewers, media, librarians, and booksellers. It is a division of Firebrand Technologies.
Aimed at wellness, inspiration, and positive change, New Harbinger publishes books in the areas of mind-body, self-help, psychology, spirituality, and health.
Based in Canada, Nimbus publishes more than 50 titles per year for both children and adults on a range of subjects.
Booths 1720, 1721, 1726, 1724, 1730
Norton is the oldest and largest publishing house owned wholly by its employees. It publishes in the areas of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, cookbooks, psychology, and more.
Oni is an independent publisher of comics.
This Canadian press is a children’s book publisher with more than 730 titles in print.
Booths 2738, 2739
OverDrive’s global catalogue of e-books and audiobooks reaches more than 40,000 libraries, schools, and retailers.
Overlook is an independent, general interest publisher founded in 1971. It publishes approximately 100 titles per year evenly divided between hardcovers and trade paperbacks.
This is monthly subscription service for newly published YA titles.
Paizo is the publisher of the Pathfinder Tales fantasy fiction novels and other hobby games products.
Independently owned, Peachtree specializes in books for children and young adults. It also publishes fiction and nonfiction for adults in the categories of health, education, parenting, regional guide books, biography, and memoir.
Penguin Random House
PRH comprises the adult and children’s fiction and nonfiction print and digital trade book publishing businesses of Penguin and Random House in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and India.
Featured titles: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green (Dutton); The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek (Portfolio); There Will Be No More Miracles Here by Casey Gerald (Riverhead).
Penguin Random House Canada
This house comprises the imprints Anchor Canada, Appetite by Random House, Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, Knopf Canada, Penguin Canada, Tundra Books, and Vintage Canada.
Phaidon is a global publisher in the areas of art, photography, design, architecture, fashion, food, travel, and illustrated books for children.
Featured titles: The Nordic Baking Book by Magnus Nilsson; Annie Leibovitz at Work by Annie Leibovitz; Seeing Stars: A Complete Guide to the 88 Constellations by Sara Gillingham.
This press’s books for children are designed to entertain, educate, and promote reading and interactive play.
Picador is the literary trade paperback imprint for Macmillan, publishing paperbacks from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt, and St. Martin’s Press.
This house publishes adult trade, promotional, and juvenile books.
Featured titles: Dark Tales series by various authors; Sesame Street: Another Monster at the End of This Book by Tom Brannon; Eppie the Elephant (Who Was Allergic to Peanuts) by Livingstone Crouse.
Featured titles: On the Future: Prospects for Humanity by Martin Rees; How to Walk on Water and Climb Up Walls: Animal Movement and the Robots of the Future by David L. Hu; Gods and Robots: The Ancient Quest for Artificial Life by Adrienne Mayor.
This press is an independent publisher of books on popular science, history, social science, religion, psychology, politics, and more. Its imprints include Seventh Street Books, a line of mystery, thriller, and crime fiction, and Pyr, which publishes science fiction and fantasy.
Pubmatch specializes in title and rights management, international networking, and rights buying and selling.
Quarto’s diverse portfolio of imprints publishes in the areas of art, how-to, graphic design, home improvement, cooking, gardening, motoring, crafts, and children’s books.
Booths 2038, RC203
Philadelphia-based Quirk publishes only 25 books per year. Among its children’s, art, and pop culture titles are Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs and William Shakespeare’s Star Wars by Ian Doescher.
Publishers of the familiar Road Atlas, Rand McNally has a line of atlases, maps, activity books, and classroom products.
Featured titles: Lake Success by Gary Shteyngart; What the Eyes Don’t See by Mona Hanna-Attisha; A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult.
Random House Children’s Books
Featured titles: Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak; We Rise, We Resist, We Raise Our Voices, edited by Wade Hudson and Cheryl Willis Hudson; Squirm by Carl Hiaasen.
Raven Crest is a Virginia-based Christian publisher of literature and producer of film.
Featured titles: Your Guide to Forest Bathing by M. Amos Clifford; Protest Kitchen by Carol J. Adams and Virginia Messina; Millennial Money Makeover by Conor Richardson.
Owner of the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! trademark, this company publishes books about the strange and unusual.
Roman began in 1963 as a religious articles business, but has grown to become an inspirational books publisher.
Rowman & Littlefield
Headquartered outside Washington, D.C., this publisher’s focus is on academic publishing in the humanities and social sciences, the publishing of government and official data, and educational publishing.
Ryland Peters & Small
This house publishes books on homes and gardens, food and drink, children’s activities, weddings, pregnancy and babies, craft, health and mind, and body and soul.
The 5,800 titles published by Schiffer are on subjects that include antiques and decorative arts; architecture and design; art; craft; fashion; food and entertaining; mind, body, and spirit; and pop culture.
Booths 1538, 1539
Scholastic is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books, instructional and classroom materials, and book clubs and books fairs for schools.
Featured titles: Harry Potter 20th-anniversary editions by J.K. Rowling, (Scholastic/Levine); My Wish for You: Lessons from My Six-Year-Old Daughter by Kathryn Hahn, illus. by Brigette Barrager (Orchard); Imposters by Scott Westerfeld (Scholastic Press).
This press publishes fiction and nonfiction for all ages with an emphasis on social justices, feminism, children’s empowerment, disability, First Nations/aboriginal stories, LGBTQ, and Judaica.
Publishing books for children and adults, Shadow Mountain is best known for its Fablehaven series, Mysteries of Cove series, Six Sisters’ Stuff cookbooks, and A Proper Romance series.
Simon & Schuster
Booths 1738, 1739
Part of the CBS Corporation, Simon & Schuster publishes fiction and nonfiction for all ages, across all printed, electronic, and audio formats.
Featured titles: Once upon a River by Diane Setterfield; Heartland by Sarah Smarsh; Consumed by J.R. Ward.
Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing
Booths 1738, 1739
Featured titles: Dry by Neal and Jarrod Shusterman; A Heart in a Body in the World by Deb Caletti; and People Kill People by Ellen Hopkins.
Sleeping Bear strives to produce books for children with rich content that encourages them to be lifelong readers.
This press specializes in arts and culture publications across a wide spectrum of artists and authors.
This press uses the strength of the Smithsonian institutions to publish in the areas of history, science and technology, space, aviation, military, art, illustrated books, and works based on museums, collections, and artifacts.
Featured titles: Johnny Cash by Alan Light; Sweet Home Café Cookbook by National Museum of African American History and Culture; The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration by Roger D. Launius.
Founded in 1986, Soho publishes 90 books per year across its Soho Press, Soho Crime, and Soho Teen lists.
Sounds True aims to create transformational products to help people live a more genuine and meaningful life.
Featured titles: High Magick: A Guide to the Spiritual Practices That Saved My Life on Death Row by Damien Echols; Freedom Is an Inside Job by Zainab Salbi; Yoga Friends by Miriam and Rolf Gates, illus. by Sarah Jane Hinder.
South Dakota Historical Society
This publisher is committed to producing books that reflect the rich and varied history of South Dakota and the region with an array of historically accurate titles for readers of all ages.
An independent publisher, Sourcebooks publishes across a range of genres on all publishing platforms.
Featured titles: Illegal by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin, illus. by Giovanni Rigano; The Similars by Rebecca Hanover; Bellewether by Susanna Kearsley.
Part of Macmillan, St. Martin’s publishes under the imprints St. Martin’s Press, St. Martin’s Paperbacks, St. Martin’s Griffin, Minotaur, and Thomas Dunne Books.
Featured titles: Your Healthiest Healthy by Samantha Harris; Innumerable Insects by Michael S. Engel; 24 Hours in Nowhere by Dusti Bowling.
Storey focuses on books for self-reliance including gardening, cooking, hands-on activities for children, building nature, horsemanship, animal husbandry, crafts, and home reference. The books are distributed by Workman.
This publisher concentrates on books that support a child’s character development, social-emotional development, and academic development.
Both trade and academic books are published by this press in the areas of New York State history and culture, television and popular culture, sports history, women’s studies, Native American studies, and more.
Thames & Hudson
Featured titles: Civilization: The Way We Live Now by William A. Ewing and Holly Roussell; Magnum China, edited by Zheng Ziyu and Colin Pantall; Joseph Albers: Life and Work by Charles Darwent; and historical texts by Jonathan Fenby.
The mission of this press is to share the wonders of the natural world by publishing books in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history.
Booths 820, 1821
In partnership with the internal brands of Time Inc., such as Cooking Light, Southern Living, Sports Illustrated, and Time, Time Books creates editorial content across books, bookazines, and e-books.
A division of IPG, Trafalgar is North America’s premier distributor of U.K. and Australian publishers including Allen & Unwin, Canongate Books, HarperCollins UK, Hodder & Stoughton, Macmillan UK, Michael O’Mara Books, Random House Australia, Simon & Schuster UK, and many others.
Celebrating its 25th year, Triumph is a leading sports publisher. Its range of titles includes biographies, memoirs, references, and collectible books.
Tyndale is a Christian publisher of fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, Bibles, and digital media, and distributes the product lines of Navpress and Focus on the Family.
Univ. of California
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the press that since 1893 has been publishing peer-reviewed scholarship.
Univ. of Georgia
The largest book publisher in Georgia, the press publishes 60–70 books per year covering literary works and books about the state and region.
Univ. of Illinois
Featured titles: Glory in Their Spirit: How Four Black Women Took On the Army During WWII by Sandra M. Bolzenius; James Baldwin and the 1980s: Witnessing the Reagan Era by Joseph Vogel; Bill Monroe: The Life and Music of the Blue Grass Man by Tom Ewing.
Univ. of Nebraska
UNP is a scholarly and general interest press that publishes 150 books per year under the imprints Nebraska, Bison Books, the Jewish Publication Society, and Potomac Books, as well as 30 journals.
Univ. of Notre Dame
This press is the largest Catholic university press in the world and also publishes in a number of academic disciplines.
Univ. of Virginia
The focus of this scholarly press is primarily on the humanities and social sciences, with concentrations in American history, African-American studies, Southern studies, architecture, literature, eco-criticism, and regional books.
This press publishes a wide range of books across all categories.
Featured titles: Small Space Style by Whitney Leigh Morris; The Peanuts Munchtime Cookbook by Weldon Owen; Family Heritage Journal by Bluestreak.
Winterwolf is dedicated to publishing works that promote peace, joy, magic, and positivity in society’s creative consciousness.
Celebrating 50 years as an independent company, Workman publishes innovative adult and juvenile titles. Among its best-known books are the What to Expect series, Brain Quest, and the 1,000... Before You Die series.
Featured titles: 1,000 Books to Read Before You Die: A Life-Changing List by James Mustich; Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid by Dylan Thuras and Rosemary Mosco, illus. by Joy Ang; Dinosaur: A Photicular Book by Dan Kainen and Kathy Wollard.
This inspirational publisher across an array of genres includes the WorthyKids children’s imprint. It is the publisher of the Museum of Bible Books in partnership with the museum.
Featured titles: The Secret World: A History of Intelligence by Christopher Andrew; Inadvertent by Karl Ove Knausgaard; Anni Albers, edited by Ann Coxon, Briony Fer, and Maria Müller-Schareck.
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