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Offers a complete inventory management system for bookstores. Featured: introducing a Web-enabled, Windows-based point-of sale product for bookstores called IBID/ie; demonstration of new software. Booth: 3656.
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on Japan and Asia in subjects including art history, literature, culture, business, language, travel, social criticism and philosophy; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Japan: A Short History, supervised by John Gillespie; The Ideals of the East by Kakuzo Okakura; Bushido by Inazo Nitobe; Kanji Starter by Daisuke Kusuya; Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things and A Japanese Miscellany: Strange Stories, Folklore Gleanings, Studies Here and There, both by Lafcadio Hearn. Booth: 4602.
IDEA GROUP PUBLISHING
This division of Guideposts publishes children's books as well as inspirational, nostalgia and educational titles. Featured:Little Books of the Bible (gift box set), edited by Jenny Fry and Ruth Hooper, illus. by Samatha Chaffey; The Littlest Angel by Charles Tazewell; Poems for a New Mother, edited by Peggy Schaefer; I Wish I Was the Baby by D.J. Long; The Story of Chanukah by Rabbi Francis Barry Silberg; Seaman's Journal by Patricia Eubank; Meet Martin Luther King Jr. by Johnny Rae Moore; The Elves and the Shoemaker, adapted by Peggy Schaefer; Christmas Everyday, adapted by Patricia A. Pingry; Meet Abraham Lincoln, La historia de Jesus and Uno nino Dios, titles by Patricia A. Pingry; Guideposts for the Spirit, Guideposts His Mysterious Ways, Hometown Christmas, Poems for My Daughter, In Search of Christmas and The Life of Jesus, titles edited by Julie K. Hogan; The Story of the Bible, The Story of Samson, The Story of Ben Franklin and The Story of Adam and Eve, titles edited by Patricia A. Pingry; My Mommy, My Friend, My Daddy, My Friend, My Grandma, My Friend and My Grandpa, My Friend, titles by P.K. Hallinan; Friendship Ideals 2002, Thanksgiving Ideals 2002, Christmas Ideals 2002 and Daily Guideposts 2003, titles edited by Michelle Prater Burke; My First Book of Prayers/Mi primero libra de oraciones, edited by Elizabeth Bonner. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 3918.
ILLUMINATION ARTS PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes illustrated children's picture books; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:The Tree by Dana Lyons, illus. by David Danioth; The Whoosh of Gadoosh by Pat Skene, illus. by Doug Keith; Cassandra's Angel by Gina Otto, illus. by Trudy Joost; Little Squarehead by Peggy O'Neill, illus. by Denise Freeman. Giveaways: magic buttons, CDs, posters. Discounts: 50% on prepaid orders. Booth: 4733.
IMAGINE THAT! PRODUCTIONS
This Canadian publisher offers books of poetry, drama and children's literature by Afro-Canadians, first-nation Canadians and committed poets. Featured:Charge of the Leitmotif by Marshall Hryciuk; Coyote City & City of Shadows: Necropolitei by Daniel David Moses; Against Capital for Excess, An Anthology. Giveaways: books. Discounts: prices include shipping from Canada and GST. Booth: SP154.
IMAGO SALES USA
This full-service book manufacturer specializes in printing, binding, color seperations and component sourcing. Featured: company services; book samples. Booth: 4309.
INDEPENDENT INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on real estate, relocation and personal finance. Featured:Steiners Complete How to Move Handbook and Steiners How to Talk Mortgage Talk, both by Clyde and Shari Steiner. Booths: 4478, 4479.
INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS GROUP (IPG)
This full-service book distributor provides sales, marketing and order fulfillment to both domestic and international independent presses. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Chicago Review Press, ECW Press, Hill Street Press, Intel Press, Interweave Press, Invisible Cities Press, IPG's Spanish Books, Mandeville Press, Mars Publishing, Nomad Press, Parabola, Paul & Co., Paul Dry Books, Peter Collins Publishing, Red Rock Press, Santa Monica Press. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum). Booths: 2413, 4432, 4433.
INDIANA UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly, regional and general-interest trade books in various disciplines. Featured:For Gold and Glory: Charlie Wiggins and the African American Racing Car Circuit by Todd Gould; Puzzle Instinct: The Meaning of Puzzles in Human Life by Marcel Danesi; Guitar Towns: A Journey to the Crossroads of Rock 'n' Roll by Randy McNutt; Sex and Humor: Selections from the Kinsey Institute, edited by Catherine Johnson, Betsy Stirratt and John Bancroft, M.D. Giveaways: pens, puzzles. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 5100.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4759.
This first-time exhibitor is a publishing company and conference organizer. Featured:Web of Deception: Misinformation on the Internet by Anne Mintz; Super Searchers Make It on Their Own by Susan Sabroski; Web Psychos: And Other Horror Stories from the Internet by Michael Banks; Naked in Cyberspace: How to Find Personal Information Online by Carole A. Lane; Net Crimes and Misdemeanors: Outmaneuvering the Spammers, Swindlers, and Stalkers Who Are Targeting You Online by J.A. Hitchcock. Booth: 2238.
INGRAM BOOK GROUP/INGRAM BOOK CO.
Ingram Book Group is a leading distributor of more than 650,000 titles (hardcovers, trade paperbacks, mass market paperbacks, audio books and calendars), periodicals and database information to domestic and international bookstores, libraries and Internet retailers. Featured: demonstrations of ipage and companion; information on company programs and services; expanded sales opportunities with magazines. Booth: 3656.
INGRAM CUSTOMER SYSTEMS
Provides information services to Ingram Book Group customers and suppliers. Featured: information about company services and programs, including ipage (Web-based account management, title reference and ordering tool), companion (CD-based integrated ordering and title reference tool), content@ingram (online bookseller/store database), IBID (bookstore management system), PROfiche (bibliographic data/inventory management system). Booth: 3656.
World's largest distributor of U.S.-published books. Featured: information on competitive terms, various delivery programs and inventory depth. Booth: 3656.
INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES
This full-service distributor offers more than 650,000 titles with collection development programs, cataloging and processing for books, audio books and videos for adults and children. Featured: information about company services and programs, including ipage and Signature Library Service (opening-day collections). Booth: 3656.
Distributes more than 3,000 specialty and general-interest magazines to more than 10,000 bookstores, newsstands and specialty retail outlets. Booth: 3656.
IN MY BOOK
Produces unique greeting card-bookmarks with original pen and ink illustrations by Meredith Hamilton, all with literary themes. Featured: In My Book samples. Booth: 742.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
INNER OCEAN PUBLISHING
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4616.
INNER TRADITIONS/BEAR & CO.
Publishes books on alternative health and healing, spirituality and metaphysics; imprints include Bear & Co., Bindu Books, Destiny Books, Healing Arts Press and Park Street Press. Featured:The Sexual Teachings of the Jade Dragon by Hsi Lai; Shamanism & Tantra in the Himalayas by Christian Ratsch, Claudia Muller-Ebeling and Surendra Bahadur Shahi; Tarot for Teens by M.J. Abadie; Celtic Plant Magic by Jon G. Hughes; The Global Dream Book by Sarvananda Bluestone; The Triple Goddess Tarot by Isha Lerner, illus. by Mara Friedman. Drawings: for a large stuffed bear to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Bear & Co. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 12 or more books. Booth: 4904.
THE INNOVATIVE ALLIANCE
Publishes interactive books for preschoolers and elementary school children; distributed by Chronicle Books. Featured:Get In Gear; Code Master Treasure Hunter; Magic Color Slide: Animals Under the Magic Rain; Magic Color Slide: The Wizard Who Loved Black; Pop-Up Pals: Mouse's Christmas Eve; Gross Anatomy; Puppet Playhouse Animal Tales; My First Amazing Game Board Book; Now I'm Reading series (Levels 1-4); Build and Float Soft Shapes: Get Ready to Sail; Build and Float Soft Shapes: The Lily-Pad Race. Giveaways: watering cans. Discounts: extra 3% on retail orders of 75 or more assorted backlist titles (all divisions). Booths: 2432, 2433.
A part of the Langenscheidt Publishing Group. Booth: 4234.
This Canadian publisher offers fiction and poetry titles as well as nonfiction books on business, cultural studies, parenting, health and true crime. Featured:How to Survive the Recession by Anna Farago; Eloise by Loise Lavallee; All That False Instruction by Kerryn Higgs; A Girl's Best Friend by Jan Fook and Renate Klein; Swimming in the Ocean by Catherine Jenkins. Giveaways: copies of How to Survive the Recession (May 3); Eloise (May 4); Swimming in the Ocean (May 5). Discounts: 50% plus free freight. Booth: 5309.
INSTITUT FÜR INTERNATIONALE ARCHITEKTUR DOKUMENTATION
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
INTEGRA SOFTWARE SERVICES
INTEGRATED BOOK TECHNOLOGY
This first-time exhibitor publishes inspirational self-help, Christian living, fiction, devotional and children's books. Featured:God Will Make a Way by Cloud and Townsend; Songs for Worship Devotionals by the Livingstone Group; Attachments by Clinton Sibcy; Grief Recovery Workbook and God at Ground Zero, both by Roy Giunta; A Fish Out of Water by George Barna; Squeezing the Life Out of Death by Margie Jenkins; Mothers Never Die by Beverly Richstone. Giveaways: music CDs. Drawings: for five Sony CD Walkman units. Discounts: show special; see booth for details. Booth: 3907.
This first-time exhibitor is the book-publishing arm of Intel Corporation; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:The Software Optimization Cookbook by Richard Gerber; Programming Itanium-based Systems by Walter Triebel, Joe Bissell and Rick Booth; InfiniBand Architecture Development and Deployment by William T. Futral; Peer-to-Peer Computing by David Barkai; USB Design by Example by John Hyde; Video in the 21st Century by Scott Janus; Itanium Architecture for Software Developers by Walter Triebel; Building the Power-Efficient PC by Jerzy Kolinski, Ram Chary, Andrew Henroid and Barry Press; IXP-1200 Programming by Erik J. Johnson and Aaron Kunze; The Virtual Interface Architecture by Don Cameron and Greg Regnier; Building a Simple Network by Ken Denniston. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
INTERLINK PUBLISHING GROUP
Publishes translated fiction and nonfiction titles on world travel, history and ethnic cooking as well as illustrated children's books; imprints include Interlink Books, Olive Branch Press and Crocodile Books U.S.A.; distributes Wolfhound Press, B&W Publishing, Birlinn, Quartet Books, NWP, Serif, Stacey International and Camerapix. Featured: news titles from various series, including The Traveller's History, Cities of the Imagination, In Focus Guides, Wild Guides, Spectrum Guides, Traveller's Wine Guides, Interlink Illustrated Histories, Lost & Found: Classic Travel Writing, International Folk Tales, Emerging Voices: New International Fiction; new titles on ethnic cooking, Celtic-interest and travel (non-serial); new children's books. Giveaways: postcards. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 3773.
INT'L MAPPING ASSN.
INT'L MARITIME ORGANIZATION
INT'L MEDICAL PUBLICATIONS
INT'L PERIODICAL DISTRIBUTORS (IPD)
INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS MARKETING
IPM offers a full range of marketing, publicity, distribution and fulfillment services for publishers. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Allison & Busby, ATF (Australian Theological Forum), Books Int'l, Brassey's, The Brookfield Reader, Capital Books, Duckworth Publishers, Leading Authorities Press, Red Mill Press, SCM Press, Skinner House, Stylus Publishing and Tech Materials. Booth: 4942.
INTERNET LANGUAGE CORP.
This religious publisher offers issue-oriented, academic and reference books. Featured:Sacred Companions by David G. Benner; The Most Reluctant Convert by David C. Downing; Dictionary of Contemporary Religion in the Western World. Giveaways:Walking Away from Faith by Ruth Tucker. Discounts: 50%; free freight; 60-day billing. Booth: 3924.
Specializes in books on knitting, needlework, spinning, beading and weaving; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:Hip to Knit: 18 Contemporary Projects for Today's Knitter and Dogs in Knits: 17 Patterns for Our Best Friends, both by Judith L. Swartz; Beading in the Native American Tradition by David Dean. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
INVISIBLE CITIES PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes poetry, fiction and nonfiction; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:Rex Appeal: The Amazing Story of Sue: the Dinosaur That Changed Science, the Law and My Life by Peter Larson; Pane e Salute: Bread and Love in Italy by Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber; The Spy Who Seduced America: Sex, Lies and Betrayal in the Heat of the Cold War--The Judith Coplon Story by Marcia and Tom Mitchell; Travels with My Fork: Eating a Path Through Unknown Italy by Franco and Gwen Romagnoli; America's Safest Places: The Complete Guide to Choosing a Low-Risk Community by Kristin Donnan. Giveaways: copies of Mangia! The Best Italian Food in New York City; free cookies, pastries from Pane e Salute each afternoon at 4 p.m. Drawings: for complete set of ICP books. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
This software development company produces on-screen reading technology and e-publishing services. Featured:GalaxyLibrary.com e-publishing service with IBM DRM; eMonocle OeB Reader; WebEyes browser plug-in. Drawings: for a eBook Library subscription; a copy of WebEyes. Booth: 5163.
IPG SPANISH BOOKS
This division of the Independent Publishers Group offers full-service distribution of Spanish titles. Featured:Bloomberg por Bloomberg by Michael Bloomberg and Matthew Winkler; Soy autentica by Yvonne Collins and Sandy Rideout; La Habana en mi corazon by Gareth Jenkins; Ninos famosos: Mozart by Ann Rachlin, illus. by Susan Helland; Elaboracion artesanal del Pan by Linda Collister and Anthony Blake; La Respuesta es no by Cynthia Whitham; Un siglo del baile by Ian Driver; ¿Que me Pongo? by Klass Verplancke and Veroniek Sanctobin; La vaca gordita by David Paloma; Cuentos para quererse mas by Rosa Ma. Badillo; La biblia del hardware by Veronica Sanchez Serantes; Como enamorar cada dia al hombre que Amas by Lucy Sanna. Drawings: retailers/librarians: daily contest for window signs in Spanish. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 2413.
This first-time exhibitor offers a tracking service that provides insight into consumer purchasing of adult trade and children's books. Featured products: Ipsos BookTrends 2001; Ipsos Children's BookTrends 2001. Featured services: Ipsos-NPD's research capabilities. Discounts: 15%. Booth: 2682.
Publishes interdisciplinary titles in the humanities and social sciences on topics of perennial interest. Featured:The Clash of Orthodoxies: Law, Religion and Morality in Crisis by Robert P. George; Aliens in America: The Strange Truth About Our Souls by Peter Augustine Lawler; The West and the Rest: Globalization and the Terrorist Threat by Roger Scruton; James Burnham and the Struggle for the World: A Life by Daniel Kelly; Principles and Heresies: Frank S. Meyer and the Shaping of the American Conservative Movement by Kevin J. Smant; Climbing Parnassus: A New Apologia for Greek and Latin by Tracy Lee Simmons. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4472.
ISLAND PRESS/SHEARWATER BOOKS
Island Press publishes trade and scholarly books on environmental topics; Shearwater Books publishes trade titles on environmental history, environmental literature, scientific memoirs and general interest; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured:Epicurean Simplicity by Stephanie Mills; The New Economy of Nature: The Quest to Make Conservation Profitable by Gretchen C. Daily and Katherine Ellison; A Plague of Rats and Rubbervines by Yvonne Baskin; The Good in Nature and Humanity: Connecting Science, Religion and Spirituality with the Natural World, edited by Stephen R. Kellert and Timothy J. Farnham; Ranching West of the 100th Meridian: Culture, Ecology and Economics, edited by Richard L. Knight, Wendell C. Gilgert and Ed Marston. Giveaways: tote bags. Discounts: free freight on front- and backlist orders. Booth: 2641.
ITALIAN TRADE COMMISSION
Booths: 2014, 2113.
Leads in the area of digital publishing technology. Featured: company services and products. Booth: 5144.
THE IVY PRESS
This U.K. packager offers illustrated books on art, design, popular culture, science, health as well as New Age titles; The Ilex Press imprint packages books on digital and computer software. Featured: published titles and dummies of proposed titles from 2002 list. Booth: 2342.
ALICE JAMES BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes contemporary poetry; an affiliate of the Univ. of Maine; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:The Captain Lands in Paradise by Sarah Manguso; An Ordinary Day by Xue Di; Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form by Matthea Harvey. Discounts: retail/library accounts (U.S. only): 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booth: 2536.
JOHN JAMES CO.
This first-time exhibitor is a small independent publisher of fiction; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Fire, Burn! by Mallory Dorn Hart; Pearls by Bill Monks; A Glass Full of Stars by Mallory Dorn Hart. Giveaways: every afternoon (1-5 p.m.) 100 copies (one per person) of A Glass Full of Stars; bookmarks. Discounts: show special on A Glass Full of Stars, Pearls and Fire, Burn!; free freight; see booth for details. Booth: 4755.
JEFF'S TOURING DISCOUNT BOOKSTORE
ROY P. JENSEN
JEWISH LIGHTS PUBLISHING
This division of LongHill Partners publishes general-trade adult and children's books with special emphasis on broadening the world's understanding of Judaism. Featured:Aleph-Bet Yoga by Steven A Rapp; The Jewish Family Fun Book: Holiday Projects, Home Activities and Travel Ideas with Jewish Themes by Danielle Dardashti and Roni Sarig, illus. by Avi Katz. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 3225.
THE JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY
JPS is a nonprofit organization publishing English-language books on Judaica, including Jewish Bibles, adult nonfiction and children's fiction and nonfiction. Featured:Pathways Through the Bible by Mortimer J. Cohen; JPS Bible Commentary: Haftarot by Michael Fishbane; The Rebbe's Daughter: Memoir of a Hasidic Childhood by Malhak Shapiro; Forged in Freedom: Shaping the Jewish-American Experience by Norman Finkelstein. Drawings: for two "baskets of wisdom" containing classic JPS titles. Discounts: free freight; see booth for details. Booth: 4105.
Publishes books and audios on personal growth, spirituality, motivation, self-help, pop culture and relationships; a part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Featured books:Why Your Life Sucks by Alan Cohen; Amazing Women: Amazing World and Amazing Woman: A Celebration of the Love We Share, both by Marsh Engle; Second Chance: Healing Messages from the Afterlife by Suzane Northrop; Power of Kabbalah by Yehuda Berg; The Worst Is Over by Judith Acosta and Judith Simon Prager; Overcoming Emotional Chaos by Doc Childre and Deborah Rozman; Love Never Dies by Sandy Goodman; The 72 Names of God by Yehuda Berg; Crossing Over by John Edward (book/audio); What if God Were the Sun? by John Edward (book/audio); The Game by Sarano Kelley (book/audio); When Your Moment Comes by Dan Pallotta; When In Doubt, Check Him Out by Joseph Culligan; You Can Find Anybody! by Joseph Culligan (book/audio); The Way of Karma by Charles Richards. Featured audio:Dark Side of Light Chasers by Debbie Ford; May the Angels Be with You; Nine Keys to Awakening Your Spirit and Heaven on Earth: The Meditation, both by Gary Quinn; Dynamic Energy Healing by Ron Roth. Giveaways: galleys, books. Drawings: for trip to Hawaii. Discounts: 46%, books; 50%, audio; free freight; wholesale/jobbers: 55% FOB. Booth: 2456.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Publishes general-interest trade, academic books and journals. Featured:Herman Melville: A Biography, Vol. 2, 1851-1891 by Hershel Parker; Adolescent Depression: A Guide for Parents by Francis Mondimore, M.D.; Living Longer Depression Free: A Family Guide to Recognizing, Treating and Preventing Depression in Later Life by Mark Miller, M.D.; The Physics of Hockey by Alain Hache; Birds of the Mid-Atlantic Region: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia by John Rappole; Healing Heartburn by Lawrence J. Cheskin and Brian E. Lacy. Discounts: retail/library accounts: 50%, all titles (in-stock) with five-book minimum; one order per account. Booth: 4701.
JOHNSON PUBLISHING CO.
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 4721.
CAROLE JOY CREATIONS
This trade publisher offers religious books and related merchandise as well African American, devotionals, spirituality, inspirational titles and Baptist history and identity titles. Featured:Just Call Me Joe Joe by Jean Alicia Elster; 9.11.01: African American Leaders Respond to an American Tragedy by Frank Thomas and Martha Simmons; An Encyclopedia of African American Christian Heritage by Marvin McMickle. Discounts: 50% (minimum-order requirement). Booth: 4109.
JUST US BOOKS INC.