AA PUBLISHING (U.K.)
Featured:The Golf Tour by Jackie Staddon and Hilary Weston; The Racehorse by Elwyn Hartley Edwards; Exploring the Ancient World by Paul Bahn. Booth: 3728.
ABBEVILLE PRESS PUBLISHING GROUP
Featured from Abbeville Press:Botanica Magnifica, photos by Jonathan Singer, text by W. John Kress and Marc Hachadourian; The History of Paris in Painting, edited by Georges Duby and Guy Lobrichon; Starstruck by Ira Resnick; China, edited by Guang Guo et al., photos by Ming Tan et al.; Vatican Gardens by Alberta Campitelli. From Abbeville Family:'Cuz Sometimes It's Grandmas and Grandpas by Gayle Byrne, illus. by Mary Haverfield; Big Cat, Small Cat by Ami Rubinger; The Military Father by Armin A. Brott; Cycle for Life by Nicole Cooke; Little Discoveries, Baby Animals by Ophelie Texier. Giveaways:Botanica Magnifica photo cookies; Starstruck posters; Cycle for Life bike/sport water bottles; chocolates. Discounts: extra 10% plus free freight; History of Paris in Painting (special offer): second copy at 70% (nonreturnable). Booth: 4313.
Launching Christian fiction line. Featured:Gone to Green by Judy Christie; Eye of the God by Ariel Allison; New Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible, edited by Katherine Doob Sakenfeld. Giveaways: ARCs: Gone to the Green, Eye of the God; first-chapter samplers (fiction titles). Discounts: 50%, free freight (qualifying orders). Booth: 2847.
ABRAMS/ABRAMS BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS
Featured from Abrams:Mannahatta by Eric W. Sanderson; Avedon Fashion by Carol Squiers et al., photos by Richard Avedon; A Visual Memoir by Gore Vidal; The Art of Avatar by Lisa Fitzpatrick; Toon Treasury of Classic Children's Comics, edited by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly. From Abrams Image:11,002 Things to Be Miserable About by Lia Romeo and Nick Romeo; Design for Obama, edited by Shepard Fairey; Hairy Hunks, foreword by Lucy Porter; One Million by Hendrick Hertzberg; Who What Wear by Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr. From Stewart, Tabori and Chang:Good Eats by Alton Brown; Donnie Brown Weddings by Donnie Brown; The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget by Josh Dorman; Guiliano Hazan's Thirty Minute Pasta by Guiliano Hazan; Quilting for Peace by Katherine Bell. From Abrams Books for Young Readers:The Jungle Grapevine by Alex Beard; Library Mouse by Daniel Kirk. From Amulet:Nerds by Michael Buckley; Luv Ya Bunches by Lauren Myracle; Elf Realm: The Low Road by Daniel Kirk; My Life in Pink and Green by Lisa Greenwald; The Unknowns by Benedict Carey. Giveaways: galleys: Luv Ya Bunches and Nerds; signed copies: The Jungle Grapevine; books: Vans; posters: Library Mouse. Booth: 3563.
ACCADEMIA VIS VITALIS
Featured:40 passi nella nebbia by Umberto Bernacci. Booth: 3622.
Featured:Jacqueline Groag by Geoff Rayner; 100: Design in 100 Objects by Domitilla Dardi; Big! Big Records, Big Events and Big Ideas in American History by Stacey Bredhoff; Venice by Lorenzo Smith; Just Must, Black International Jewellery, edited by Kadri Malk. Discounts: special allowances; see booth for details. Booth: 4379.
Featured:Ten Little Puppies (An Eyeball Animation Book) by Marian and Jim Harris; Ani-motion Books (series), including Lights Out, Night's Out by William Boniface and 'Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore, illus. by Jon Goodell; Collage Vintage Notecard Kit by Mary Jo Koch; Five Minutes Before Bed by Dorothea Deprisco Wang. Booth: 2523.
ACC PUBLISHING GROUP
Featured:Debrett's A—Z of Modern Manners by Jo Bryant; Debrett's Guide for the Modern Gentleman by Tom Bryant; Carry Me! 1950's Lucite Purses by Janice Berkson; Dog Painting by William Secord; Inspired Jewelry by Ursula Ilse-Neuman. Discounts: special allowance; see booth for details. Booth: 4377.
Offers traditional, repair, edition, demand and digital printing services. Featured: samples (all formats). Booth: 4945.
Featured:Food for Thought: Thought for Food by Vicente Todoli and Richard Hamilton; Total Housing by Albert Ferre; The Function of Form by Farshid Moussavi. Drawings:Food for Thought display contest (bookstores): winner wins trip to Barcelona, Spain; see booth for details. Discounts: free freight (published titles). Booth: 4385.
ACTIONS SPACES CORP.
This first-time exhibitor's mission is to “make reality fantastic,” offering projects that capture imagination and stimulate inquiry through enriching, interactive play; ASC planbooks include “doll houses,” playhouses, simulators, work-stations, and office “cubicles” that can be built inexpensively. Featured:The Flying Saucer Planbook by Craig Caldwell. Booth: 953.
ADAMS MEDIA CORP.
(DIV. F&W PUBLICATIONS)
Featured:Retail Hell by Freeman Hall; Divorce Sucks by Mary Jo Eustace; Mass Casualties by Michael Anthony; The Frugal Foodie by Alanna Kaufman and Alex Small; love / lev / (noun) by Karen Porter Sorensen. Giveaways: galleys at in-booth signings: Retail Hell; Divorce Sucks; Mass Casualities; blads at in-booth signings: Frugal Foodie; Retail Hell tote bags; muffins, cookies and brownies from The Frugal Foodie and The Everything Cookie and Brownie Book; F Wall Street T-shirts. Drawings: cooking utensils for The Competent Cook by Lauren Braun Costello; love / lev / (noun) contest; see booth for details. Booth: 3617.
Exhibiting with IBPA. Featured:The Revelation of Ares by Michel Potay. Booth: 2943.
ADVENTURES UNLIMITED PRESS
Featured:Lost Cities & Ancient Mysteries of the Southwest by David Hatcher Childress; Nazi International by Joseph P. Farrell; Sunken Realms by Karen Mutton; How to Survive 2012 by Patrick Geryl; Stalking the Tricksters by Christopher O'Brien. Discounts: see SCB Distributors booth for details. Booths: 2458, 2459.
ADVOCATE ART (U.K.)
Provides artwork for illustrated children's storybooks, educational and reference books as well as cover- and jacket-art. Featured: illustrators ready to be commissioned. Booth: 807.
AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPRESSIONS
Produces and manufactures African American gifts, cards and home decor. Featured: Presidential Memorabilia Collection (journals; address books; bookmarks; magnets; notepads); From Slavery to the White House (journal); Change (limited edtion giclée print), created and hand-numbered by Steve Parson. Booths: 2241, 2755.
Featured from B2:Baked-In by Alex Bogusky and John Winsor; Spark by John Winsor. From Agate Surrey:The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book by Kelly Rudnicki; The Seasons on Henry's Farm by Terra Brockman; Sweetness by Sarah Levy; Gluten-Free Baking Classics for the Bread Machine by Annalise G. Roberts. From Agate Bolden:Forward from This Moment—Selected Columns 1994—2008 by Leonard Pitts, Jr.; Racing the Dark by Alaya Dawn Johnson. Booth: 4414.
AIE (ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA EDITORI)
AIE is the trade association for Italian and foreign publishers who produce and distribute books, magazines and electronic publishing materials in Italian. Booth: 3622.
Featured:Anna In-Between by Elizabeth Nunez; Of Mule and Man by Mike Farrell; Infinity Blues by Ryan Adams; Ruins by Achy Obejas; Havana Lunar by Robert Arellano. Discounts: see CBSD booth details. Booth: 4504.
Featured:The Green Zone by Barry Sanders; Arm the Spirit by Diana Block; Spell Albuquerque by Tennessee Reed; Dynamite by Louis Adamic; Black Flame by Michael Schmidt and Lucien van der Walt. Discounts: see CBSD booth for details. Booth: 4510.
ALGONQUIN BOOKS OF CHAPEL HILL
Featured:Going Away Shoes by Jill McCorkle; A Friend of the Family by Laura Grodstein; In His Shadow by Chris Welles Feder; How Tango Saved My Life by Maria Finn. Giveaways: galleys: Going Away Shoes and A Friend of the Family; excerpts: Our Noise, The Story of Merge Records by Mac Mcaughan and Laura Balance with John Cook. Discounts: 50% (returnable), 55% (non-returnable) on five paperback units or more (code ALGP08). Booths: 3577, 3677.
Alibris is an online marketplace for sellers of new and used books, music items and movies as well as rare and out-of-print titles; provides library services and customized seller storefronts; Alibris Distribution Services offers client catalogue-, lists- and shipping services. Featured: services and solutions for sellers and retailers. Drawings: $100 online gift certificate. Discounts: first-month allowance. Booth: 4210.
ALL ROMANCE EBOOKS
This first-time exhibitor sells romance eBooks for publishers and their imprints (www.allromanceebooks.com). Giveaways: eBooks from client-publishers, including Loose ID, Samhain Publishing, Amber Quill Press, Kensington Publishing and Harlequin. Giveaways: for eBooks. Drawings: for iPod Touch. Booth: 3930.
Featured:Confessions of a Bi-Polar Mardi Gras Queen and Storkbites, titles by Marie Etienne. Giveaways: Belgian chocolate doubloons, pearl or bead-filled velvet grab bags. Drawings: for Lynne Meade hand-carved porcelain vase. Discounts: 120-day net. Booth: 3240.
Featured:Branding the Man by Bertrand Pellegrin; Green Graphic Design by Brian Dougherty and Celery Design Collaborative; Learning By Heart by Corita Kent and Jan Steward; The Birds and Bees of Words by Mary Embree. Giveaways: galleys: Branding the Man; books: The Birds and Bees of Words. Booth: 4368.
This first-time exhibitor publishes books and multimedia titles. Featured:Spell of the North by James R. Gibson et al.; Mysterious Tuva (book/DVD) by Sev'yan I. Vainshtein. Booth: 2405.
AMBER BOOKS (U.K.)
Offers illustrated nonfiction books and multi-volume sets for the international co-edition market; its imprint Tiptoe publishes nonfiction illustrated titles for preteens. Featured: select titles. Booth:3833.
AMBER COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
Featured from Tom Joyner Foundation/Amber Books:Tom Joyner Presents How to Prepare for College by Thomas LaVeist and Wil LaVeist. From Amber Books:Ageless Beauty by Alfred Fornay and Yvonne Rose; Is Modeling for You? by Yvonne Rose and Tony Rose. From Colossus Books:Prince in the Studio (1975—1995), Vol. 1 by Jake Brown. Drawings: $50 gift-certificate raffle (two each day) at the African American Pavilion Reception (Fri., May 29 bet. 4—5 p.m.), at the African American Pavilion Awards Program (Sat., May 30 bet. 4—5 p.m.). Discounts: 50%, select titles. Booths: 2249, 2251.
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
Featured:Raising Twins by Shelly Vaziri Flais, M.D.; Mommy Calls by Tanya Remer Altmann, M.D.; Heading Home with Your Newborn by Laura A. Jana, M.D. and Jennifer Shu, M.D.; Food Fights by Laura A. Jana, M.D. and Jennifer Shu, M.D. Booth: 2942.
AMERICAN BAR ASSN.
Featured:Little Red Book of Wine Law by Carol Robertson; Garner on Language and Writing by Bryan A. Garner; Little White Book of Baseball Law and Little Green Book of Golf Law, titles by John H. Minan; How Brain Science Can Make You a Better Lawyer by David Sousa. Giveaways: “presidential” coloring books. Booth: 4028.
AMERICAN COLLECTIVE STAND
Collective of independent publishers, distributors, agents and packagers from the U.S. at the London Book Fair, Frankfurt Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair and Sharjah Book Fair. Booth: 2437.
AMERICAN GIRL PUBLISHING
Featured: new Jacqueline Dembar Greene historical character series. Discounts: free freight ($500 or more net order). Booths: 632, 633.
AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSN. EXHIBITIONS
Promotes conference events for the ALA. Featured: information about the 2009 Exhibition & Conference in Chicago, Il. (July 11—14). Booth: 2430.
AMERICAN PIE (U.K.)
Provides book and publication translation and editing services to the English-speaking market, with focus on illustrated books. Featured:A Sprig of Dill by Sanda Nitesco. Discounts: 50% (booksellers, librarians); 60% (distributors). Booth: 5059.
AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSN.
Featured:Revitalizing Retirement by Nancy K. Schlossberg; Becoming a Calm Mom by Deborah Roth Ledley; Finish Your Dissertation Once and for All! by Allison B. Miller. Drawings: for set of Magination Press children's titles. Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booth: 3832.
AMERICAN UNIV. IN CAIRO PRESS
Featured: A Photographer on the Hajj: The Travels of Mohammed Ali Effendi Sa'oudi 1904—1908 by Farid Kioumgi and Robert Graham; The World Is More Beautiful than Paradise by Khaled al-Berry; The Pharaoh's Kitchen by Magda Mehdawy and Amr Hussein; Before the Throne by Naguib Mahfouz; The Animists by Ibrahim al-Koni. Booth: 4769.
Featured:Hue by Kelly Wearstler; Kid-Made Modern and Wayne White, titles by Todd Oldham; Black Panthers 1968 by Howard Bingham and Gilbert Moore; The Contact Sheet by Steve Crist. Giveaways: “giant” book-jacket posters (booksellers). Drawings: for limited editions: An Illustrated Life by Charley Harper and Gonzo by Hunter S. Thompson. Booth: 4168.
ANDREWS MCMEEL PUBLISHING
Featured:My New Orleans, The Cookbook by John Besh; The Peanuts 60th Anniversary Book by Charles M. Schulz; Why Dogs Are Better than Cats by Bradley Trevor Greive and Rachael Hale; Cake Wrecks by Jen Yates; Spice Basics by Sara Engram and Katie Luger. Giveaways: BEA “fav” Ziggy lithograph by Tom Wilson, TSP spices from Sara and Katie. Booth: 2523.
Featured from Lorenz Books:Classic Recipes, Tastes and Traditions of Malaysia and Singapore; Kosher & Traditional Jewish Cooking; The Gardener's Guide to Planting & Growing Shrubs, Climbers & Trees; The Complete Illustrated Guide to the Presidents of America; The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Digital Photography. From Southwater:150 Low Budget Recipes for Delicious Meals Every Day; How to Sew Step-By-Step; The Complete Illustrated Handbook of Garden Pests & Diseases and How to Get Rid of Them; The History of Pistols, Revolvers and Submachine Guns; Stunning Stunts, Stand-Up Magic and Stage Illusions. From Aquamarine:Danish Food & Cooking; Edible Flowers; The Food & Cooking of Belgium. From Armadillo:Lullabies (book/CD); My First Fairy Tales; Magnetic Learn to Count; Magnetic Snow White; 3D Princess & the Jewels. From Abbeydale:Vinegar; Harley Davidson; Hogs & Highways; Grow Your Own Vegetables; Beginners Guide to Chickens. Booth: 4272.
ANOVA BOOKS (U.K.)
Featured:Thrift Craft by Hannah Rogge; The Whole Hog by Carol Wilson; Indian Food by Udit Sarkhall; Seven Ages by Jane Clarke; Polar Portraits by Huw Lewis-Jones. Booth: 3730.
Offers a POS and inventory-control system. Featured: Web Fetch (linking online book databases); WebStore II; Visual Anthology 6.5. Giveaways: bar code scanner ($255 value) with Visual Anthology software purchase. Discounts: promotional allowance for store-conversions (from existing systems). Booth: 3609.
Featured:White Coat Wisdom by Stephen J. Busalacchi. Booth: 2493.
APPALACHIAN TRAIL CONSERVANCY (PRESS)
Featured: official ATC guidebooks (seven new titles with books/maps); select maps and sideline items. Giveaways: tote bags, luggage tags. Drawings: for ATC guides (complete set). Discounts: 50% (all Conservancy titles); free freight (show orders). Booth: 4943.
Featured: select titles from various series, including Little Books of Wisdom, Great Americans Quotes, Cooking in America, Travels in America, Civil War. Discounts: see Ingram Publisher Services for details. Booth: 4065.
This first-time exhibitor offers publishers worldwide full life-cycle content management services from its operational centers in the U.S., U.K. and India; Aptara delivers fast, accurate print/online content and supports multiple eBook formats. Featured: demonstrations of PowerXEditor (Web-based collaborative authoring tool). Giveaways: samples of eBook conversions (before/after). Booth: 4758.
ARAB CHILDREN'S BOOKS PUBLISHERS' FORUM
This group operates in conjunction with the Arab Publishers Assn. and the Gen. Dept. of Children and Girls' Centers. Booth: 2422.
This first-time exhibitor publishes award-winning children's books (all age groups), many available in translation. Featured:Ruby Red/Rubinrot by Kerstin Gier; The Judas Brief/Die Judaspapiere by Rainer M. Schröder; Magic Lilli/Hexe Lilli by Knister; Tilda Appleseed/Tilda Apfelkern by Andreas H. Schmachtl. Booth: 2405.
Featured:A Good Man: Gregory Goodwin Pincus by Leon Speroff, M.D.; Ingredients by Robert Bates and Karen Preiser; Ponzi, The Ponzi Vineyards Cookbook by Nancy Ponzi; Growing Crazy & Too Stuffed (Dittydoodle Works Series) by Ellen Weiss; The Tillamook Cheese Cookbook by Kathy Holstad. Booth: 4061.
ARSENAL PULP PRESS
Featured:How It All Vegan, 10th Anniversary Ed. by Sarah Kramer; Ripe from Around Here by Jae Steele; Yarn Bombing by Mandy Moore and Leanne Prain; American Hunks by David L. Chapman; The Mere Future by Sarah Schulman. Discounts: see CBSD booth for details. Booth: 4514.
Featured:WiMAX RF Systems Engineering by Zerihun Abate; Enterprise Security and Privacy, edited by C. Warren Axelrod et al.; A-GPS: Assisted GPS, GNSS, and SBAS by Frank van Diggelen; Inorganic Nanoprobes for Biological Sensing and Imaging by Hedi Mattoussi and Jinwoo Cheon; High-Throughput Image Reconstruction and Analysis, edited by A. Ravishankar Rao and Guillermo A. Cecchi. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2681.
ARTE PÚBLICO PRESS
Featured from Arte Público:Latinos and the Nation's Future, edited by Henry Cisneros; The River Flows North by Graciela Limón; Hit List: The Best of Latino Mystery, edited by Sarah Cortez and Liz Martínez; Survival/Supervivencia by Miguel Algarín; Cactus Blood by Lucha Corpi. From Piñata Books:Growing Up with Tamales/Los tamales de Ana by Gwendolyn Zepeda, illus. by April Ward; Sunflowers/Girasoles by Gwendolyn Zepeda, illus. by Alisha Gambino; Zulema and the Witch Owl/Zulema y la bruja lechuza by Xavier Garza; The Triple Banana Split Boy/El niño goloso by Lucha Corpi, illus. by Lisa Fields; The EGGbees by Olivia Echeverria-Bis, illus. by Charmaine Echeverria Gyorkos. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2568.
Featured:Thomas Keller at Home by Thomas Keller; Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn; A House in the City by Ingrid Abramovitch; What's a Disorganized Person to Do? by Stacey Platt; Snow Day! by Birgitta Ralston. Giveaways: Thomas Keller tote bags. Discounts: Workman backlist stock offers; see booth for details. Booths: 3577, 3677.
ART MEDIA RESOURCES
Featured:A Treasury of Ming & Qing Dynasty Palace Furniture by Desheng Hu; The Immortal Stone by James C.S. Lin; Kathmandu Valley Style by Lisa Choegyal et al.; The Palace of Established Happiness by May Holdsworth; Ethereal Elegance Porcelain Vases of the Imperial Qing by Peter Y.K. Lam. Booth: 4580.
ART STOCK BOOKS LTD. & CO.
ASB is the exclusive U.S. distributor of hard-to-find illustrated books from smaller European publishers. Featured: select art, architecture and photography titles. Discounts: extra 5%. Booth: 4914.
ASIA PACIFIC OFFSET
A printing service company. Featured: illustrated books and stationery items. Booth: 2787.
ASSN. OF AMERICAN UNIV. PRESSES (AAUP)
AAUP is a cooperative, nonprofit organization that promotes the work and influence of university and scholarly presses and provides cooperative marketing and sales efforts to members; the AAUP's 126 member presses publish more than 9,000 books and 700 periodicals annually. Featured: titles and catalogues from member-presses; information on “Books for Understanding” (AAUP's free online bibliographic service). Booth: 4846.
Featured: full range fall titles, new special editions. Booths: 4223, 4225.
(DIV. BOOKMASTERS GROUP)
Provides distribution and trade marketing services as well as domestic and international sales representation. Featured: titles from client-publishers: Pachatusan; Infinite Love; York House Press; Sweetleaf Publishing; Four Panel Press. Giveaways: books at signings (Fri., May 29/Sat., May 30). Booths: 3044—3054.
Featured:Moon Chiapas by Liza and Gary Chandler; Moon Living Abroad in Guatemala by Al Argueta; Rick Steves' Italy 2010 (with map) by Rick Steves; Rick Steves' Ireland 2010 (with map) by Rick Steves and Pat O'Connor. Booth: 4325.
Exhibiting with IBPA. Featured:Being the Strong Man a Woman Wants by Elliott Katz. Booth: 2943.
AWARD PUBLICATIONS (U.K.)
Offers character merchandise as well as general remainders and overstocks. Featured:Young Encyclopedia; Paddington Bear Activity Books; Barney Mystery, Secret Series by Enid Blyton; Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll; Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. Discounts: special allowances (qualifying orders). Booth: 3517.
Offers illustrated and practical books on sports, health, business, arts and crafts, manga, house and home as well as titles on wine. Booth: 2433.
Featured:Life at First Sight by Phyllis Edgerly Ring; Heritage of Light by Janet A. Khan; Mind, Heart and Spirit by Heather Cardin; Creative Dimensions of Suffering by A.M. Ghadirian, M.D. Giveaways: books (select featured titles). Discounts: 50%, free freight on 10 units. Booth: 2580.
BAKER & TAYLOR
Distributes books, audiobooks, textbooks, Spanish-language materials, U.K.-published titles, medical and technical titles, calendars and music CDs and DVDs; provides consumer direct fulfillment, vendor managed replenishment and Web hosting services to retailers around the world. Featured: Title Source 3 database (over 6 million titles). Booths: 3322, 3323.
BAKER & TAYLOR INT'L
Provides fast delivery to international markets, including delivery to Europe and the U.K. in as few as two days and delivery to Asia as fast as three days. Booths: 3322, 3323.
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY AND EDUCATION
Offers libraries around the world book, DVD, music and video game products with commitment to quick delivery, high fill rates, useful selection tools and responsive customer care. Featured: Paw Prints (high-circulating titles with reinforced library bindings and lifetime gurantee). Booth: Librarian's Lounge.
BAKER & TAYLOR PUBLISHER SERVICES
B&T, an active partner with publishers worldwide, is a leading wholesaler of books and spoken work audio, shipping more than 1 million unique ISBNs annually to both domestic and international retail stores, public and academic libraries and educational institutions; provides comprehensive support; offers sales reports. Booths: 3322, 3323.
BAKER PUBLISHING GROUP
Featured:Unsigned Hype by Booker T. Mattison; Life Overflowing (DVD) by T.D. Jakes; Rhythms of Grace by Marilynn Griffith; The Someday List by Stacy Hawkins Adams; A Story of Rhythm and Grace by Jimi Calhoun. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2250.
B&H PUBLISHING GROUP
Featured:HCSB Study Bible, edited by Ed Blum; American Heroes (Updated and Expanded) and After Jihad, titles by Oliver North; Saving Freedom by Jim DeMint; Certain Jeopardy by Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky. Booth: 4134.
Featured:Unreasonable by Paul David Pope; A Cop's Tale by Jim O'Neil and Mel Fazzino; Gangsters of Miami by Ron Chepsiuk. Giveaways: bound galleys at signings (Fri., May 29): Unreasonable Men (11 a.m.—12:30 p.m.). Booth: 4123.
BARRON'S EDUCATIONAL SERIES
Featured:101 Gangster Movies; The Golden Book of Baking; The New Deluxe Food Lover's Companion; 1,001 Escapes to Experience Before You Die; If You Love a Christmas Tree. Discounts: 50% (50-book minimum;10 frontlist title minimum). Booths: 3840, 3841.
BASIC BOOKS/NATION BOOKS
Featured:In Her Own Sweet Time by Rachel Lehmann-Haupt; Catching Fire by Richard Wrangham; That Mad Ache by Francoise Sagan; Mirrors by Eduardo Galeano; Gangs in Garden City by Sarah Garland. Booth: 4237.
BASIC HEALTH PUBLICATIONS
Featured:The Healing Gift by David Freud with Linda Freud; Family Fun and Fitness by Knute Keeling and Melissa L. Block; I Have Cancer, What Should I Do? by Michael J. Gonzalez et al.; Sexy Hormones by Lorna R. Vanerhaeghe, M.D. and Alvin Pettle, M.D.; New Optimum Nutrition for the Mind by Patrick Holford. Discounts: extra 5%. Booth: 2952.
MARK BATTY PUBLISHER
Featured:The Noir A—Z by Julian Hibbard; Truckers by Mary Richardson; DIY Album Art by J. Namdev Hardisty; Negative Space by Noma Bar; Notations 21 by Theresa Sauer. Drawings: daily. Booth: 4280.
BAYLOR UNIV. PRESS
Featured:No Enemy to Conquer by Michael Henderson; Gambling, edited by Alan Wolfe and Erik C. Owens; Dostoevsky by Rowan Williams; Religion in the National Agenda by C. John Sommerville; Small Screen, Big Picture, edited by Diane Winston. Giveaways: books at signings: What Americans Really Believe by Rodney Stark (Fri., May 29—Sun., May 31); No Enemy to Conquer (Sat., May 30/Sun., May 31). Discounts: 45% (10-book minimum, featured titles); 50% (20-book minimum, featured titles). Booth: 4847.
BEA NEW TITLE SHOWCASE
An official exhibit of BEA in cooperation with the Combined Book Exhibit; features books, magazines and nonprint materials from both exhibiting and nonexhibiting companies. Booth: Convention Center Lobby.
Featured:Sammy & Sue Go Green Too! by Suzanne Corso. Giveaways: books at signings: Food Jobs by Irena Chalmers, Why Bad Grades Happen to Good Kids by Al and Linda Silbert; books: God Is No Fool, 40th Anniversary Ed. by Lois Cheney, Sammy & Sue Go Green Too!; ARCs: The Sword of Medina by Sherry Jones, A Questionable Life by Luke Llively; blads: Your Prescription for Life by Susan Biali. Booth: 3240.
Featured:Zombies by Don Roff and Chris Lane; The Wizard of Oz by John Fricke and Jonathan Shirshekan; Barbie All Dolled Up by Jennie D'Amato; Stereobook series by Ben Grossblatt et al. Booths:.4570, 4571.
BEECH TREE BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes adult and children's books “that inform, engage and inspire.” Featured:Raising Bookworms: Getting Children Reading for Pleasure and Empowerment by Emma Walton Hamilton. Booth: 2943.
BELLEVUE LITERARY PRESS
Featured:Tinkers by Paul Harding; The Jump Artist by Austin Ratner; Science Next, edited by Rick Weiss and Jonathan Moreno; A Mathematician's Lament by Paul Lockhart; Mortal and Immortal DNA by Gerald Weissmann. Discounts: see CBSD booth for details. Booth: 4510.
BELL SPRINGS PUBLISHING
Featured:Small Time Business Operator, 10th Ed. (Fully Revised and Updated) by Bernard B. Kamoroff. Booth: 4023.
Featured: Compendium Series, edited by Wim Pauwels: Architecturial Antiques; Timeless Architecture and InteriorsYearbook 2009; European Style, Vol. 1; A&D Series, #9. Discounts: special allowances. Booth: 4381.
BEYOND WORDS PUBLISHING
Featured:Infinite Possibilities by Mike Dooley; Roll Around Heaven by Jessica Maxwell; Growing Your Inner Light by Lara Owen; The Gentle Art of Blessing by Pierre Pradevand; The Physics of Miracles by Richard Bartlett. Booth: 3537.
Featured: 10 Minutes a Day Series (book/CD): Arabic, Spanish; Language Map Series (audio CD): French, German, Italian, Spanish. Booth: 3240.
BLACK DOG & LEVENTHAL
Featured:Sesame Street: A Celebration of 40 Years of Life on the Street by Louise Gikow; Honeybee by Marina Marchese; Kovel's Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2010 by Terry Kovel; Back of the Box Cooking, edited by Barbara Greenman and Elizabeth A. Matlin; The Elements by Theodore Gray. Giveaways:Sesame Street plush bookmarks. Drawings: for collectible Kermit puppet. Booths: 3577, 3677.
BLACK DOG PUBLISHING (U.K.)
Featured:Old Rare New by Emma Pettit; Visual Aid by Draught Associates; Growing Stuff by Richard Reynolds; Contemporary Art in Latin America: Artworld by Nadine Kathe Monem. Booth: 4308.
Featured audio:Pygmy by Chuck Palahniuk; Skinny Bastard by Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin; 2666 by Roberto Bolaño; Rainbow in the Night by Dominic Lapierre; Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry. Giveaways: MP3-CDs: The Jack London Box Set, read by John Lee, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, read by Grover Gardner. Discounts: 55% (Blackstone Audio publications); free freight (30-day net). Booth: 3882.
JOHN F. BLAIR PUBLISHER
Featured:Chasing Moonlight by Brett Friedlander and R.W. Reising; The Education of Mr. Mayfield by David Magee; The Soldier's Ride by Edie Hand; Wings and Dreams/Alas y Suenos by Irania Macias Patterson; The Middle of the Air by Ken Butcher. Drawings: for year's membership to Nat'l Baseball Hall of Fame/Museum. Discounts: 46% plus free freight on 10 or more books (returnable); 50% plus free freight (nonreturnable). Booth: 2564.
This first-time exhibitor publishes books and CDs on self-help and health topics. Featured:Lose the Diet by Kathy Balland. Booth: 2943.
BLOOD MOON PRODUCTIONS
Featured:Merv Griffin: A Life in the Closet, Paul Newman: The Man Behind the Baby Blues and Brando Unzipped, titles by Darwin Porter; Hollywood Babylon: It's Back by Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince; Blue Moon's Guides to Gay & Lesbian Film. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 4125.
Featured:The Audacity of Help by John Wasik; Aqua Shock by Susan J. Marks; Confidence Game by Christine Richard; Making Sense of the Dollar by Marc Chandler. Giveaways: galleys: The Audacity of Help. Drawings: for four fall titles. Booth: 4160.
Featured:Empire and Courage and Honour, titles by Graham McNeill; The Age of Ra by James Lovegrove; Sympathy for the Devil and Evil Ways, titles by Justin Gustainis. Giveaways: galleys: The Age of Ra and Sympathy for the Devil; books: Courage and Honour and Evil Ways. Booth: 4047.
BLUE APPLE BOOKS
Featured:Take It from Dr. King by Pete Seeger, illus. by Venessa Brantley; Alphabeasties and Other Amazing Types by Sharon Werner and Sarah Forss; By the Light of the Harvest Moon by Harriet Ziefert, illus. by Mark Jones; One Red Apple by Harriet Ziefert and Karla Gudeon; Poppy's Pants by Melissa Conroy. Giveaways: posters, Alphabeasties bookplates. Drawings: for signed set of Simms Taback books. Discounts: see Chronicle Books booth for details. Booth: 2641.
BETH-ANNE BLUE (IUNIVERSE)
Exhibiting with IBPA. Featured:Face of an Angel by Beth-Anne Blue; Standup8 by Fran Hart (aka Beth-Anne Blue). Booth: 2943.
BLUE MOUNTAIN ARTS
Featured: 223 Great Things (new series); recent best-sellers and backlist titles. Drawings: for wine 'n' cheese gift basket. Discounts: 55%, free freight on 25 backlist books. Booth: 2471.
BOLD STROKES BOOKS
Featured:Fireside by Cate Culpepper; Suspect Passions by VK Powell; Death of a Dying Man by J.M. Redmann; Justice for All by Radclyffe; Sistine Heresy by Justine Saracen (Liberty Editions); The Middle of Somewhere by Clifford Henderson (Victory Editions). Booth: 2943.
BOLOGNA CHILDREN'S BOOK FAIR
Rights market for children's publishers, literary agents, television/film companies and licensing developers. Booth: 3622.
National distributor celebrating its 80th anniversary of service to the bookselling community. Featured: company services. Giveaways: daily. Booth: 3277.
BOOK BUSINESS MAGAZINE
Provides practical information, strategies, tactics, technologies and techniques to succeed in the book-publishing market. Featured: magazine issues. Giveaways: pick up “free” copy latest issue, sign up for “free” subscription. Booth: 2882.
This first-time exhibitor is a book distributor that represents small- and medium-sized publishers specializing in fiction, nonfiction, self-help, pop culture, teen titles and children's books. Featured: company services. Booth: 2648.
Offers POS/inventory management software for retailers. Featured: software. Discounts: 10%. Booth: 2928.
BOOKMASTERS DISTRIBUTION SERVICES
Provides industry-related services such as printing and binding, distribution, warehousing and fulfillment, digitization, and composition and design. Featured: company services; samples (various publishers): The Marvelous Toy by Tom Paxton, illus. by Steve Cox (Imagine Publishing/Peter Yarrow Books); Rock 'n' Roll by “Cousin Brucie” Morrow and Rich Maloof (Imagine Publishing); Animal Colors by Beth Fielding, illus. by Susan Grenelsh (EarlyLight Books); Pemba Sherpa by Olga Cossi, illus. by Gary Bernard (Odyssey Books). Booths: 3041—3055.
Featured:101 Ways to Tell Your Child “I Love You” and 101 Ways to Tell Your Sweetheart “I Love You”, titles by Vicki and Travis Fortner. Giveaways: “I Love You” cards (with 22 “affection” phrases). Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 4414.
BOOK PUBLISHING CO.
Featured:Cancer Survivor's Guide by Neal Barnard, M.D.; The Sublime Restaurant Cookbook by Nanci Alexander. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2950.
(DIV. D&M PUBLISHERS)
BookRiff.com is a Web site where users can come to build and print their own custom books. Featured: BookRiff beta site. Booth: 4522.
Featured:Woodstock and The Golden Age of the Blues, titles by Richard Havers and Richard Evans; Elvis: A Celebration by Mike Evans; Charles Marion Russell by Judith Millidge; Historical Atlas of Judaism and Battles of the Bible, titles by Ian Barnes. Booth: 4623.
This first-time exhibitor offers a hands-free soft book stand with adjustable page holder. Featured: The Book Seat. Booth: 336.
BOOKS FOR ASIA
BFA helps publishers donate excess stock to nonprofit groups, libraries, schools, and universities working to improve their communities in Asia's most remote and impoverished areas. Featured: information about focus countries and donation programs. Giveaways: exotic book bags; bookmarks; snacks from Asia. Booth: 912.
Offers customized warehouse fulfillment solutions for independent publishers; services include order-processing, customer service, collections, pick/pack/ship and financial and marketing reports. Featured: company services. Booth: 4769.
A wholesale remainder book-sales and distribution company that specializes in children's books. Featured: full range. Booths: 4904, 4905.
Featured: Fall of Cthulhu Series (various) and Hexed, titles by Michael Alan Nelson; Irredeemable V1 by Mark Waid; Farscape (vols. 1—3) by Rockne S. O'Bannon. Booth: 4306.
This U.S. ISBN agency provides searching, analytical, promotional and ordering services to publishers, booksellers, libraries and patrons through national and international brands. Featured: PubTrack Business Intelligence; MyIdentifiers.com; Books in Print 2.0 Powered by Aquabrowser; PubEasy; PubNet; ISBN; SAN; DOI; Data Services; AquaBrowser. Booth: 3505.
BOWTIE PRESS/KENNEL CLUB BOOKS
Featured from BowTie Press: Ask Marc Marrone Series (various) by Marc Marrone; The Original Dog Bible, Second Ed., edited by Kristin Mehus-Roe; Puppy's First Christmas by Susan Ewing; Pets Gone Green! Live a More Eco-Conscious Life with Your Pets by Eve Adamson; The Kitten Pack by Claire Arrowsmith. From Kennel Club Books:What Color Is Your Dog? by Joel Silverman; Natural Dog by Deva Khalsa; The Smart Owner's Guide Series by the editors of Dog Fancy magazine; Dogs: The First 125 Years of the American Kennel Club by the AKC. Discounts: see Perseus Distribution Services booth for details. Booth: 4305.
Featured:Meeow and the Big Box and Meeow and the New Chairs, titles by Sebastien Braun; Letters to Anyone and Everyone by Toon Tellegen, illus. by Jessica Ahlberg; The Scariest Monster in the World by Lee Weatherly, illus. by Algy Craig Hall; Otter Moon by Tudor Humphries; Mine All Mine by Claire Hawcock, illus. by Chiara Pasqualotto. Booth: 528.
BOYDELL & BREWER
Publishes academic and scholarly titles with a focus on medieval and military history and music studies as well as German, Spanish and African studies. Booth: 2433.
BOYDS MILLS PRESS
Featured from Boyds Mills Press:The Lives of Stars by Ken Croswell; Mama,Will It Snow Tonight? by Nancy White Carlstrom; My School in the Rain Forest by Margriet Ruurs; Pet Shop Lullaby by Mary Ann Fraser; Brave Dogs, Gentle Dogs (Spanish) by Cat Urbigkit. From Front Street:Aunt Matilda's Almost Boring Party by Jane Udovic; For Liberty by Timothy Decker; Oliver in the Window by Elizabeth Shreeve; Sunday Chutney by Aaron Blabey; Calkins Creek: Birchbark Brigade by Cris Peterson. From Wordsong:Brushing Mom's Hair by Andrea Cheng; Come to the Fairies' Ball by Jane Yolen; A Jar of Tiny Stars, edited by Bernice Cullinan; Pumpkin Butterfly by Heidi Mordhorst. Discounts: 50%, free freight (one order). Booth: 445.
BRADLEY'S BOOK CLEARANCE
Offers book- and sideline- overstocks and remainder books on subjects, including African American, cooking, history and children's as well as journals and stationery. Booth: 5013.
BRAND NU WORDS
Featured:I Am Barack Obama, I Dream for You a World (A Covenant for Our Children), Nappy and Songs of a Sistermom, titles by Charisse Carney-Nunes. Giveaways: books. Booth: 4023.
GARY BRAXTON PUBLISHING
Publishes multicultural nonfiction. Featured:Mylestones: How Mice Become Men by Gary Braxton. Booth: 2140.
Featured: titles by L. Ron Hubbard, including Dianetics, Self Analysis, Scientology: A New Slant on Life and TheFundamentals of Thought and Problems of Work. Giveaways: books, gift bags. Discounts: free freight. Booths: 4658, 4659.
Launching audiobook cassette exchange program. Featured audio:Black Hills by Nora Roberts; The Defector by Daniel Silva; Matters of the Heart and Solemn Vows, titles by Danielle Steel; Relentless by Dean Koontz; KnockOut by Catherine Coulter. Giveaways: unabridged audiobooks at in-booth signings; copies of The Shoe Bird, performed by Jim Dale and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Discounts: extra 5% plus free freight (“indie” retailers/libraries). Booth: 3777.
BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PRESS
Featured:Creating an Opportunity Society by Ron Haskins and Isabel V. Sawhill; Repairing Paradise by William R. Lowry; Shooting Up by Vanda Felbab-Brown; Too Big to Fail by Gary H. Stern and Ron J. Friedman. Giveaways: galleys, pens. Discounts: 46%, trade and text backlist; free freight on 10 or more assorted titles. Booth: 3129.
BROWN WATSON (U.K.)
Featured: casebound books; board books; sticker books; educational activity books and pop-ups. Booth: 425.
Offers remainders from European publishers with focus on art, architecture, design, photography, literary studies as well as erotica, hetero-, gay- and lesbian-interest. Featured: full range titles. Discounts: “door-to-door” free freight (Europe/U.S.). Booth: 4914.
BUNKER HILL PUBLISHING
Featured:Elizabeth Osborne by Robert Cozzolino; Neon Mesa by Rob Atkins; Library and Teaching Musicians, titles by Diane Asséo Griliches; Up Close by Fiona Yaron-Field. Booth: 4025.
BUSY PERSON'S PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor publishes a new series of 5,000 word overviews on significant world events, people and issues. Featured: launching Busy Person's Series (first 20 titles). Booth: 3466.
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