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Publishes children's books; distributed by Chronicle Books. Featured:Big Dig: A Pop-Up Construction by Paul Strickland; One More River by Diz Wallis; Moonlight & Shadow by Elizabeth Jones, illus. by James Coplestone. Discounts: extra 3% on retail orders of 75 or more assorted backlist titles (all divisions). Booths: 2432, 2433.
RAINBOW BRIDGE PUBLISHING
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
RAINCOAST BOOK DISTRIBUTION
Raincoast Books and its Polestar and Press Gang imprints offer titles in various genres, including children's, literary fiction, gardening, outdoor adventure and feminist nonfiction as well as gift books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Qu'Appelle and Buddha in the Garden, both by David Bouchard; Kingdom of Monkeys by Adam Lewis Schroeder; Sounding the Blood by Amanda Hale; Investing in Biotech: How to Profit from the Biopharmaceutical Revolution by David G. Harper; Lock Me Up or Let Me Go: The Protests, Arrest and Trial of an Environmental Activist and Grandmother by Betty Krawczyk. Giveaways: advance copies. Booth: 2765.
R.A.M. PUBLICATIONS & DISTRIBUTION
Publishes and distributes limited-edition books and CD-ROMs on architecture, graphic design, contemporary art and culture, criticism and theory, photography, poetry and literature. Featured:Sculptural Design by Isamu Noguchi (Vitra Design Museum); The Early Louis Sullivan Buildings Photographs by Jeffrey Plank and Crombi Taylor (William Stout Publishers). Discounts: 45%. Booth: 5312.
This think-tank publishes books on education, health care, criminal and civil justice, science and technology, international security, counter-terrorism and national defense; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy by John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt; India's Emerging Nuclear Posture by Ashley Tellis; Rhetoric Versus Reality: What We Know and What We Need to Know About Vouchers and Charter Schools by Brian Gill et al. Giveaways: advance copies of Networks and Netwars. Booth: 4602.
Publishes print, software and online travel planning guides, including maps, travel accessories and atlases; distributes National Geographic maps and software. Featured:Rand McNally Road Atlas; PalmPak Travel Card: Rand McNally Road Atlas; StreetGuide Page & Grid System. Booth: 3800.
Publishes books, audio products and calendars. Featured: titles from Alfred A. Knopf; Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers; Anchor Books; Anchor Bible Reference Library; Ballantine Books; Bantam Books; Bantam Classics; Bantam Crime Line; Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing; Bantam Fanfare; Bantam New Age; Bantam Skylark; Bantam Spectra; Bantam Starfire; Beginner Books; Bell Tower Books; Broadway Books; Clarkson Potter; Compass American Guides; Crown Business Books; Crown Publishers; Crown Publishers Books for Young Readers; Currency; Delacorte Press; Del Rey Books; Dell; Deltra Trade Paperbacks; Dial Press; Discovery Books; RH Disney; Doubleday; DTP Trade Paperbacks; Everyman's Library; Fawcett Books; Fodor's Publications; Galilee; Golden Books; Happy House; Harmony Books; House of Collectibles; Island Books; Image; Ivy Books; Laurel-Leaf; Living Language; Main Street; Made Simple Books; Modern Library; Nan A. Talese; One World Publishing; Pantheon Books; Prima; Princeton Review; Random House Adult Trade; Random House Audio Publishing; Random House Books for Young Readers; Random House Large Print Editions; Random House Trade Paperback; Schocken Books; Three Rivers Press; Villard Books; Vintage Books; Waterbrook Press; Wendy Lamb Books; Yearling. Booth: 4033.
RANDOM HOUSE CHILDREN'S BOOKS
This division of Random House Inc. produces books for preschool through young-adult readers in all formats. Featured:Hoot by Carl Hiaasen; New York's Bravest by Mary Pope Osborne, illus. by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher; Down a Sunny Dirt Road by Stan and Jan Berenstain; Little Golden Books 60th Anniversary; Secret Heart by David Almond; Junie B., First Grader: Toothless Wonder by Barbara Park, illus. by Denise Brunkus; King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table by Emma Gelders Sterne, illus. by Gustaf Tenggren; The Children's Book of Home and Family by William J. Bennett, illus. by Michael Hague; Silly and Sillier: Read Aloud Tales from Around the World by Judy Sierra, illus. by Valeri Gorbachev; Frederick and His Friends by Leo Lionni; Baghead by Jarrett J. Krosoczka; His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman; Nate the Great, 30th Anniversary by Marjorie Sharmat, illus. by Marc Simont; Girls Out Late by Jacqueline Wilson; Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry; Magic Tree House #27: Thanksgiving on Thursday by Mary Pope Osborne; Disney's Treasure Planet (movie tie-in books); Barbie series; Bob the Builder series. Giveaways: advance copies of Before We Were Free by Julia Alvarez. Booth: 4033.
RANDOM HOUSE INFORMATION GROUP
This division of Random House Inc. offers reference books, puzzles, games, test preparation and college admission guides, and foreign-language self-study programs under various imprints. Featured from Fodor's Travel:Fodor's Road Guide USA: Great American Drives of the East; Fodor's Road Guide USA: Great American Drives of the West; Fodor's Road Guide USA: National Parks of the West; Fodor's Kenya and Tanzania; Fodor's Escape to the Wine Country. From Living Language: Without the Fuss series; All-Audio series; Complete Courses series; 2003 Daily Phrase & Culture Calendars; The Princeton Review Smart Juniors (audio); Fodor's Languages for Travelers. From Random House Espanol:Los hispanos en Hollywood/History of Latinos in Hollywood by Peter Rubie and Luis Reyes; La casa perfecta/A Complete Home Reference Manual by Mary Ellen Pinkham; Mi querido adversario/Good Housekeepings Guide for Parents of Teenagers by Judi Craig; Primeros auxilios para la familia/Good Housekeepings Family Guide to First Aid by Andy Jagoda, M.D.; ¡Celebremos!/A Book of Latino Holidays and Celebrations by Valerie Menard; Rendencion/Biography of St. Francis by Valerie Martin. From Princeton Review:Best 331 Colleges, 2002 Edition: The Smart Buyer's Guide to Colleges; Cracking the SAT, 2002 Edition; Word Smart: Building an Educated Vocabulary by Adam Robinson; Cracking the GRE with Sample Tests on CD-ROM, 2002 Edition; Job Surfing: Media and Entertainment, Using the Internet to Find a Job and Get Hired; Job Surfing: Freelancing; Job Surfing: Working Abroad; Job Surfing: The Sciences. From Prima Games: strategy guides for handheld, console and PC video games, including Yu-Gi-Oh!. From Random House Reference:Random House Webster's College Dictionary; Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary; 10,000 Answers: The Ultimate Trivia Encyclopedia; The Job Book. From Random House Puzzles & Games:Stanley Newman's Movie Mania Crosswords; David McKay Chess Library: The Art of Positional Play; New York Magazines Crosswords, Vol. 4; Wall Street Journal Crosswords, Vol. 2. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 4033.
RANDOM HOUSE INT'L
Booths: meeting rooms/1A04, 1A05.
RANDOM HOUSE TRADE GROUP
A division of Random House Inc. Featured:A Long Way from Home by Tom Brokaw (RH); Worth the Fighting For: A Memoir by John McCain (RH); Mysterious Stranger by David Blaine (Villard); Blessing's by Anna Quindlen (RH); Standing in the Rainbow by Fannie Flagg (RH); The Demon in the Freezer by Richard Preston (RH); I May Be Wrong but I Doubt It: Some Things I've Learned So Far by Charles Barkley (RH); Nothing Is Impossible: Reflections on a New Life by Christopher Reeve (RH); Motherhood and Hollywood: How to Get a Job Like Mine by Patricia Heaton (Villard). Giveaways: advance copies of Pasadena by David Ebershoff (May 3); No Certain Rest by Jim Lehrer (May 3); Prague by Arthur Phillips (May 4). Booth: 4033.
RANDOM HOUSE VALUE PUBLISHING
RHVP is the promotional publishing division of Random House Inc.; specializes in reprints, imports and original publications in more than 25 categories under the Gramercy, Wings, Crescent, Testament Books, Children's Classics and Derrydale imprints. Featured: more than 700 bestselling backlist titles; Stephen King: Three Complete Novels; Pope John Paul II: In My Own Words; 500 Nations; Sue Grafton: Three Complete Novels; The New York Times Page One: 1851-2001. Discounts: seasonal and backlist extra allowance programs available. Booths: meeting rooms/1A04, 1A05.
RAVEN TREE PRESS
Publishes bilingual children's picture books and creative nonfiction; offers self-publishing services. Featured:If I Could by Nancy Sweetland, illus. by Robert Sweetland; Lewis Cardinal's First Winter: A Solomon Raven Story and A Home for Pearl Squirrel: A Solomon Raven Story, both by Amy Crane Johnson, illus. by Robb Mommaerts; Vegetable Dreams by Dawn Jeffers, illus. Claude Schneider; Believe the Wee Frog by Sara Wolfe; Bedtime Blessings: Prayers for Children and Daily Blessings: Prayers for Children, compiled and illus. by Beth Harrison Scheider; Sparkle Island by Ellen Rosewall; The Humorous Golf Poetry of Tom Edwards. Drawings: for a gift basket of books. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 2161.
RAZOR & TIE
READER'S DIGEST CHILDREN'S PUBLISHING
Publishes children's novelty, nonfiction and reference books; distributed by Simon & Schuster. Featured:I Will Always Love You, illus. Tracey Moroney; Tonka Emergency Rescue: A Word Book with Moving Parts; Disney's Winnie the Pooh series, including Sweet Dreams, Pooh!; Barbie series, including Enchanted Fairy Tales Storybook & Necklace, My Glamour Night, Learn with Style, Sleepover Fun! and Wheel of Fashion; Fisher-Price Little People series, including Christmastime Is Here! and Michael's Happy Smile: A Book with Flaps; Bear in the Big Blue House series, including Shake it Up!; PeekaBoo Books series, including Witchie's Surprise Treat and Boo! to You, Too!; The First Bible Collection series, including Baby's Bedtime Bible Stories, A Child's First Prayers and Touch and Feel Bible Stories, Lift the Flap Bible Adventures; A Sliding Surprise Book: The Christmas Surprise; A Sliding Surprise Book: One Special Gift; Make Your Own Christmas Cards; Easy-Bake Party Planner: Great Recipes for Any Occasion!. Giveaways: advance copies of My World, My World Teacher Activity Guides, Spookeneers and The Secret of the Spider Motel; Barbie necklaces and events kits; Fisher-Price Step-by-Step Books Parents' Guides. Booths: 3844, 3845.
READING IS FUNDAMENTAL
REALLY GREAT BOOKS
Publishes books on Los Angeles, including fiction, nonfiction, film and guide books and the Glove Box Guides series; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Ode to Lata by Ghalib Shiraz Dhalla; 21st Century Manzanar by Perry Miyake; Geography of Rage: Remembering the Los Angeles Riots of 1992, edited by Jervey Tervalon; titles from the Glove Box Guide series. Discounts: 50% on backlist; see SCB booth for details. Booth: 2568.
REBO INT'L BV
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4603.
This first-time exhibitor is a nonprofit publisher of resources for early-childhood professionals; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Hollyhocks and Honeybees: Garden Projects for Young Children by Sara Starbuck, Marla Olthof and Karen Midden; All the Colors We Are: The Story of How We Get Our Skin Color by Katie Kissinger; Making It Better: Activities for Children Living in a Stressful World by Barbara Oehlberg; Teaching by Heart by Mimi Brodsky Chenfeld. Giveaways: native-art posters. 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: 2538.
RED MILL PRESS
This first-time exhibitor is the publishing arm of Nutricise, a weight loss and behavior modification program; distributed by Int'l Publishers Marketing. Featured:Reshape Your Mind, Reshape Your Body: A 12-Week Program to Stop Dieting Déjà Vu and Take Control of Your Life and Breaking the Pattern, both by Charles Stuart Platkin. Giveaways: copies of Breaking the Pattern. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4642.
RED ROCK PRESS
Publishes art, gift book, cookbook and inspirational titles; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:A Month of Sundaes by Michael Turback; Sin series, including Gluttony: More Is More by Nan Lyons, Lust, Love and Longing by Eileen Morgan, Greed and Its Rewards by Drew Fetherston, Sloth: Ode to Disarray and Delay by Dale Burg, Envy, Anger & Sweet Revenge: Hey It Works in Hollywood by Stephen M. Silverman and Vanity: The Art of Looking Good by Linda Abrams; Virtue Victorious series, including Fortitude: True Stories of True Grit, edited by Malinda Teel, Charity: True Stores of Giving and Receiving, edited by Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Hope: True Stories of Answered Prayers, edited by Janie Franz. Special Events: off-site sundae social. Booth: 4432.
Publishes spirituality, inspirational and self-help titles under Red Wheel; publishes metaphysical titles under Weiser Books. Featured:The Spiritual Chicks Question Everything by Tami Coyne and Karen Weissman; String and a Prayer: How to Make and Use Prayer Beads by Stella Bennet; Queen Bee: Discover Your Feminine Power; Goddess Bless! Divine Affirmations, Prayers and Blessings by Sirona Knight; Let It Go: Burn, Bury, Rip, Repeat by Joanna Arettam; A Book of Women's Altars by Nancy Cunningham and Denise Geddes. Giveaways: tote bags (first-come, first-serve); other goodies. Discounts: 50% on 25 or more units; 50%, free freight on 50 or more units. Booth: 1208.
REED ELSEVIER/ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Publishes books on current affairs and titles on consumer health, diet, exercise and lifestyles under the LifeLine Press imprint; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:When I Was a Kid, This Was a Free Country by G. Gordon Liddy; Attack on America by Bill Gertz; The Right to Bear Arms by Wayne LaPierre; A New Kind of War by Bill Sammon. Booth: 4628.
RESOURCE MEDIA DISTRIBUTION
RIO NUEVO PUBLISHERS
Exhibiting with W.W. Norton & Co. Booth: 3333.
RIVER CITY PUBLISHING
Publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art and children's books of Southern and national interest as well as art prints and lithographs, gift books and novelty items. Featured:Speaks the Nightbird by Robert McCammon; The Turning Hour by Shelley Fraser Mickle; Blues in the Wind by Whitney J. LeBlanc; Prepositional Heaven by Thomas Rabbitt; Nobody's Hero by Paul Hemphill; Turn Left on Green by Clyde Bolton; Cloudcuckooland by Lisa Borders. Giveaways: mugs, pens, tote bags, advance copies. Drawings: for a signed Alabama Art lithograph by author/artist Nall. Discounts: 46%, free freight. Booth: 5008.
This first-time exhibitor publishes nonfiction, fiction and children's titles on topics including the family, relationships, health, travel and inspirational gift books; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:The Sun Is a Very Magic Fellow by Donovan; What Do You Know? Wisdom for the Road Ahead by Jeanette Spires; My Family, Your Family, Our Family: Stories and Advice for Second Families; Stolen from the Gypsies by Noble Smith; Romancing the Coast: Romantic Getaways Along the California Coast by Thomas Wilmer; The Birth Called Death by Kathie Jordan; The Secret Pleasures of Posture by Angie Thusius. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles; see the SCB booth for details. Booth: 2568.
RIZZOLI INT'L PUBLICATIONS
Publishes illustrated books on architecture, design, fine and decorative arts and lifestyle; offers illustrated books and calendars under the Universe imprint; distributes Skira Editore, Flammarion and Merrell Publishers. Featured from Rizzoli Int'l:Stars and Stripes: Patriotism in American Folk Art by Deborah Harding; Mapping the West, 1524-1890 by Paul Cohen; Dutch Colonial Homes in America by Roderick Blackburn; Santa Fe: Houses and Gardens by Steve Gross; Oceans, introduction by Robert Redford, essay by Vicki Goldberg. From Skira:Timeless Beauty: Traditional Japanese Folk Art, edited by Gregory Irvine; A World of Bracelets: Africa, Asia, America by Anne Van Cutsem; Industrial Beauties: Industrial Design of the 20th Century, edited by J.B. Hebey. From Flammarion:North Atlantic Lighthouses by Rene Guichard; History of Art by Jacques Thuillier; Bronzino by Maurice Brock. From Merrell: New Car Design Yearbook 2002/03 by Stephen Newbury; Hotels by Donald Albrecht; Women of Our Time by Frederick Voss; Venice from the Bell Towers by Trudy Sammartini. Booths: 3708, 3709.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4613.
Publishes children's and adult books on Ireland/Irish studies, national parks, nature, western U.S. history and Native American studies; a part of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Deliver Us from Evil by Peter King; American Icons by Steve Gottlieb; Course of Irish History, edited by T.W. Moody and F.X. Martin. Booth: 4617.
Publishes books on graphic design, interior design, architecture, craft, photography, spirituality and alternative health; offers books under Rotovision S.A. and Fair Winds Press. Featured:500 Low-Carb Recipes by Dana Carpender; Designers on Design: Cahan & Associates on Annual Reports by Cahan & Associates; Bedroom Retreats: Professional Designers' Secrets for 40 Celebrity Bedrooms; The World's Best Wildlife Photographers by Terry Hope; About Face: Reviving the Rules of Typography by David Jury; Making Handbags: Retro, Chic, Luxurious by Ellen Goldstein-Lynch, Sarah Mullins and Nicole Malone; Convergence Design: Creating the User Experience for Interactive Television, Wireless, and Broadband by Steve Curran; The Three Week Family Fat Cure: The Revolutionary Family Fit Program That Breaks the Cycle of Obesity for Good by John Mayer. Booths: 4519-4525.
ROCKS-DEHART PUBLIC RELATIONS
This first-time exhibitor provides media placement services; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: mini-seminars and consultations. Booth: 4769.
Publishes books and magazines on health, fitness, sports, organic gardening, lifestyle, cooking and inspiration. Featured:The Content of My Character by Yolanda King; The Caregiver's Compassion by Beth Witrogen McLeod et al.; Laying Down the Law: The 25 Laws of Parenting to Keep Your Kids on Track by Ruth Peters; Joey Green's Amazing Kitchen Cures by Joey Green; Taking Back Islam by Michael Wolfe and the editors of Beliefnet; The Men's Health Home Workout Bible by Michael Meija with Kelly Garrett and Lou Schuler; Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me: The Oddly Informative News Quiz by National Public Radio; Unequal Protection: The Rise of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Dignity by Thom Hartmann; Yoga Conditioning for Weight Loss by Suzanne Deason with Gaiam; Meditation for Beginners by Maritza Kojabashian and Gaiam; The Secret Life of the Dyslexic Child by Robert Frank with Kathryn E. Livingston; The Van Gogh Blues: Becoming a Fearless Creator in the Face of Depression by Eric Maisel; The New Doctors Book of Home Remedies by the editors of Prevention Books; Pilates for Every Body by Denise Austin; Mall Walking Madness by Sara Donovan and Gary Legwold. Giveaways: advance copies; excerpts from Facing Fear by Joe Kita. Booths: 3714, 3715.
Publishes books on yoga, Buddhism and aikido; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Being Upright: Zen Meditation and the Bodhisattva Precepts and Warm Smiles from Cold Mountains: Dharma Talks on Zen Meditation, both by Reb Anderson; The Practice of Freedom: Aikido Principles as a Spiritual Guide by Wendy Palmer; How to Use Yoga: A Step by Step Guide to the Iyengar Method of Yoga for Relaxation, Health and Well-Being by Mira Mehta; Back Care Basics: A Doctor's Gentle Yoga Program for Back and Neck Pain Relief by Mary Pullig Schatz, M.D.; Relax and Renew: Restful Yoga for Stressful Times and Living Your Yoga: Finding the Spiritual in Everyday Life, both by Judith Lasater; The Runner's Yoga Book: A Balanced Approach to Fitness by Jean Couch; Yoga Notecards, photographs by Fred Stimson. Giveaways: single note cards, promotional materials. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles; see SCB booth for details. Special Events: cheese and wine (May 3 & May 4, 3 p.m.). Booth: 2570.
ROMANCE WRITERS OF AMERICA
Offers offbeat trade books, psychedelic reference and life-skills titles; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Musings on Human Metamorphosis by Tim Leary; Sacred Mushrooms & the Law by Boire Esq.; The Way of the Ronin by Docpotter. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2755.
THE ROSEN PUBLISHING GROUP
Exhibiting with Rockport Publishers. Booths: 4519-4525.
Publishes travel guides, phrasebooks, music-reference titles, pocket Internet guides and audio CDs; distributed by Penguin Putnam. Featured: introducing Rough Guide Chronicles series; new travel and Web guides. Giveaways: copies of RoughNEWS, T-shirts. Discounts: up to 53% on backlist titles; free freight. Booth: 2338.
Publishes trade, academic, scholarly and reference books in the humanities, social sciences and behavioral sciences; a member of the Taylor & Francis Group. Featured:Out at Home: Baseball, Race and the Boston Red Sox by Howard Bryant; Neon Metropolis: How Las Vegas Started the Twenty-first Century by Hal Rothman; A Year with The Producers: One Actor's Exhausting (but Worth It) Journey from Cats to Mel Brooks' Mega Hit by Jeffry Denman, foreword by Matthew Broderick; After the World Trade Center: Rethinking New York City, edited by Michael Sorkin and Sharon Zukin; Gay & Lesbian Literary Heritage, edited by Claude J. Summers; War at the Top of the World: The Struggle for Afghanistan, Kashmir and Tibet by Eric S. Margolis; Stories of Art by James Elkins; Blues with a Feeling: The Little Walter Story by Tony Glover; Roadkill on a Three-Chord Highway by Colin Escott; Brown Eyed Handsome Man: The Life and Hard Times of Chuck Berry by Bruce Pegg; Screened Out: Playing Gay in Hollywood from Edison to Stonewall by Richard Barrios. Giveaways: coasters, blads, chocolates, baseball stress balls. Drawings: for a basket of music CDs. Discounts: 46%, free freight on backlist orders of 20 or more books (five-title minimum). Booth: 4253.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
Publishes thought-provoking books for an educated audience; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:The Hidden Costs of Racism; Just Politics; A Concise History of Nazism, World War II and the Holocaust; Women Journalists at Ground Zero; Free-Choice Learning. Booth: 4612.
ROXBURY TWAIN CO.
ROYAL FIREWORKS PRESS
RUGGED LAND BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes fiction and nonfiction books; also offers innovative visual marketing tools for proprietary properties, including "movie trailers" of recent publications. Featured:The Silent Men by Richard Dickinson; Steel My Soldiers' Hearts: The Hopeless to Hardcore Transformation of U.S. Army, 4th Battalion, 39th Infantry, Vietnam by Col. David H. Hackworth; The War of Art: Winning the Inner Creative Battle by Steven Pressfield; Henry's List of Wrongs by John Scott Shepherd; A Nasty Bit of Rough by David Feherty. Giveaways: advance copies, excerpts. Booth: 3705.
Publishes nonfiction and fiction books that explore the concept of community on regional and global levels; distributed by Consortium Books Sales & Distribution. Featured: English-language translations of Les Vigils by Tahar Djaout and La Ceinture by Ahmed Abodehman; A Leaf in the Bitter Wind by Ting Xing Ye. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: retail/library account (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: 2548. *See ad on page 170
RUM & REGGAE GUIDEBOOKS
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
Exhibiting with Bookworld Services. Booth: 4479.
RUNNING PRESS BOOK PUBLISHERS
Publishes nonfiction books focusing on biographies, educational, humor, how-to and self-help titles, cookbooks, gift and coffee-table books; offers titles under the Courage Books and Miniature Editions imprints. Featured from Running Press:On the Shoulders of Giants by Stephen Hawking; Everything I Know About Business I Learned from Monopoly by Alan Axlerod; Mister Rogers' Parenting Book: Helping to Understand Your Child by Fred Rogers; Reconsidering the Souls of Black Folk by Stanley Crouch and Playthell Benjamin; Like a Mighty Stream: The March on Washington August 28, 1963 by Patrik Henry Bass; TheMalcontents by Joe Queenan; Voices of Ireland by Malachy McCourt; Holly Clegg Trim & Terrific Cookbook: More Than 500 Fast, Easy, and Healthy Recipes; Cooking School of Aspen Real Cooking for Kids by Rob Seideman; 10 Secrets to Great Sex by Gabrielle Tolliver from the Sinclair Institute; Joe Kubert's Comic Book Studio. From Courage Books:Witness to the Civil War: The Art of John Paul Strain; Italian Cooking Essentials for Dummies by Cesare Casella and Jack Bishop; Mexican Cooking Essentials for Dummies by Susan Feniger, Mary Sue Milliken and Helene Siegel; Golf's Book of Firsts by Adam Sherman. From Miniature Editions: Mini Love Voodoo Kit by Lou Harry; Itty Bitty Buddha by Molly Jay; Art of Belly Dancing Mini Kit by Jennifer Worrick; Brothers Hildebrand's Lord of the Rings. Giveaways: chap books, blads. Drawings: for a set of Sinclair Institute Better Sex videos; for a silver monkey from Barrel of Monkeys Executive Office Kit. Discounts: retailers: extra 3% on orders of 25 or more units (per location/all imprints) or free freight. Booths: 4046, 4146.
RUTLEDGE HILL PRESS
Exhibiting with Thomas Nelson Publishing. Booth: 2618.
RUTTEN & LOENING
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
RYLAND PETERS & SMALL
Publishes illustrated books on cookery, gardening, lifestyle and interior design; produces stationery items under the Paperstyle line. Featured:The Kitchen Design Planner; The Home Zone; On Display; Modern Retro Table Style; Puppy at Play; Kitten at Play; A Handful of Flowers; Peaceful Spaces; Havens & Hideaways; Simple Curtains; Simple Pillows; Pure Style Outdoors; The Relaxed Home; Bridal Flowers; New Decorated Garden; Fences & Hedges; Beds & Borders; Projects for Small Gardens; Food for Friends; Divine Desserts; Antipasti; Cool Smoothies Juices & Cocktails; Cool Smoothies Home Bar Cards; Cool Cocktails Home Bar Cards; Simply Good Food; Al Fresco; Steaming; Salsa; My Gardening Journal; My Baby's Journal; complete stationery display. Booths: 2818, 2820.
This first-time exhibitor offers a bimonthly newsletter and books on safety tips. Featured:Living Safely Is No Accident: How to Avoid the 1-in-45 Odds of Dying in an Accident and Off-the-Job Safety, both by John Myre. Booth: 4579.
SAMHWA PRINTING CO.
CARL R. SAMS II PHOTOGRAPHY
Publishes music, biography, coffee-table and reference titles; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Muhammad Ali: Through the Eyes of the World; Addiction Series titles; Waking Up in Nashville; Marlene Dietrich. Booth: 4604.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4611.
SANDYLION STICKER DESIGNS
SANTA MONICA PRESS
Publishes fiction, general-interest, how-to and New Age titles; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:Footsteps in the Fog: Alfred Hitchcock's San Francisco by Jeff Kraft and Aaron Leventhal; The Butt Hello... and Other Ways My Cats Drive Me Crazy by Ted Meyer; Exploring Our Lives: A Writing Handbook for Senior Adults by Francis Kazemek; Discovering the History of Your House... and Your Neighborhood by Betsy J. Green. Giveaways: buttons. Drawings: drop off business card to win the entire catalogue of titles. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
SANTILLANA USA PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes books in Spanish, also publishes literary works under the Alfaguara imprint. Featured:La fiesta del chivo by Mario Vargas Llosa; Instinto de Inez by Carlos Fuentes; La caverna by Jose Saramago; La carta esferica by Arturo Perez Reverte; La piel del cielo by Elena Poniatowska; La materia del deseo by Edmundo Paz Soldan; Los suenos de America by Eduardo Gonzalez Viana. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2301.
Packages illustrated adult nonfiction, specializing in history, art and mind/body/spirit; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
This nonprofit literary publisher specializes in poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Season of the Body: Essays by Brenda Miller; Bread for the Baker's Child: A Short Novel by Joseph Caldwell; Coal Miner's Holiday: Stories by Kiki DeLancey; What We Won't Do: Stories by Brock Clarke. Giveaways: notepads, advance copies. Discounts: 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booth: 2536.
SAS DISCOUNT CHRISTIAN BOOKS
Publishes regional, food and wine, gardening, nature, photography titles and children's books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:One Hundred Demons by Lynda Barry; The Soul of Nowhere: Traversing Grace in a Rugged Land by Craig Childs; Best Places Guidebooks series; The Microbrew Lover's Cookbook: Recipes from Around the World to Pair with Local Craft Beers by Jay Harlow; West Coast Seafood; Plant This! Best Bets for Year-Round Gorgeous Gardens by Ketzel Levine; Great Lodges of the National Parks by Christine Barnes, photographs by Fred Pflughoft and David Morris. Giveaways: galleys, luggage tags, pens, posters. Drawings: raffle at the close of each business day for books. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2741.
A full-service sales and distribution company representing independent publishers in the U.S. and Canada. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including 411 Publishing, Aaron Blake Publishers, Adventures Unlimited Press, Amok Books, Anacapa Press, Arete Press, California Classics Books, Cequal Publishing, Circlet Press, Clarity Press, Codex Books, Cross Harp Press, Dancing Hands Music, Daniel & Daniel Publishers, Dedalus Limited, Demos Medical Publishing, Fair Oaks Press, Glitter Books, Goliath Books, Gothic Image Publications, Green Magic Publishing, Greenery Press, Hohm Press, Hollywood Reporter, Ice Publishing, Ingenuity Press USA, Krafton Publishing, Manatee Press, Mosaic Press, Moxly Publishing, Origin Press, Parallax Press, Peter Glenn Publications, Pet Friendly Publications, Pogo Press, Really Great Books, Russell Enterprises, Rodmell Press, Second Story Press, Shake It! Books, Silman-James Press, Silver Lake Publishing, Steller Press, Sunseekers Publications, Twisted Spoon Press, White Cloud Press, Where to Wear Global. Discounts: 50% on orders of backlist titles. Special Events: champagne and appetizers in booth (May 3 & May 4, 3 p.m.). Booths: 2568, 2569.
Publishes and distributes children's books, young adult fiction and nonfiction and professional books. Featured from Arthur A. Levine Books:At the Crossing Places by Kevin Crossley-Holland; Dog Food by Saxton Freymann and Joost Elffers; Alvie Eats Soup by Ross Collins; Wriggly, Wriggly Baby by Jessica Clerk, illus. by Laura Rankin. From Scholastic Press:When Marian Sang by Pam Munoz Ryan, illus. by Brian Selznick; Milly and the Macy's Parade by Shana Corey, illus. by Brett Helquist; Dear Mrs. Larue: Letters from Obedience School by Mark Teague; A Corner of the Universe, by Ann Martin. From The Blue Sky Press:Merry Christmas, Big Hungry Bear by Audrey and Don Wood, illus. by Don Wood; David Gets in Trouble by David Shannon; Rap a Tap Tap by Leo and Diane Dillon; Christmas in the Country by Cynthia Rylant, illus. by Diane Goode. From Cartwheel: HipKidHop series, including And the Winner Is by L.L. Cool J, illus. by Jib Jab Media, Think Again by Doug E. Fresh, illus. by Joseph Buckingham; Clifford the Big Red Dog: 40th Anniversary Edition by Norman Bridwell; Barnaby Goes to School by Wendy Rouillard. From Scholastic Reference:The Declaration of Independence by Sam Fink; Small Worlds: Maps and Mapmakers by Karen Romano Young; Scholastic Book of World Records 2003 by Jennifer Morse. From Orchard:When I Grow Up I Want to Be Me by Sandra Magsamen; First Person Fiction series, including Behind the Mountains by Edwidge Danticat, The Flight to Freedom by Ana Veciana-Suarez. From Chicken House:The Thief Lord by Cornelia Funke, illus. by Christian Burmingham. From The Royal Diaries:Jahanara, Princess of Princesses by Kathryn Lasky; Eleanor of Aquitane by Kristiana Gregory. From Scholastic Paperbacks:The Seeing Stone by Kevin Crossley-Holland; My America series, including Westward to Home, Joshua's Oregon Trail Diary, Book One, A Perfect Place, Joshua's Oregon Trail Diary, Book Two, Season of Promise, Elizabeth's Jamestown Colony Diary, Book Three, titles by Patricia Hermes, and As Far As I Can See, Meg's Prairie Diary, Book One, Kansas by Kate McMullan; Mama Rex and T series, including Mama Rex and T: Homework Trouble and Mama Rex and T: The Horrible Playdate by Rachel Vail, illus. by Steve Bjorkman; Dexter's Lab series, including Dexter's Lab 8X10, Dexter's Lab Chapter Book #1: Dexter's Ink and Dexter's Lab Chapter Book #2: Dexter vs. Ro-Dent by Betsy Howie, illus. by Kurtz Art Studio; Mad Science series, including Mad Science #1: What a Blast! The Explosive Escapades of Ethan Flask, Mad Science #2: Now You See It and Mad Science #3: Mucus Attack by Kathy Burkett, creative development by Gordon Korman; books and novelty items from other Scholastic brands, including Harry Potter, Clifford, Barney, Tonka, Little Suzy's Zoo and Suzy's Zoo. Giveaways: posters, buttons, advance copies. Booths: 302, 303.
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
This award-winning publication serves librarians who work with children and young adults in k-12 libraries, media centers and public libraries; SLJ (www.slj.com) provides extensive reviews of books, audio-video titles, CD-ROMs and online resources as well as current news and feature articles that help librarians with management and acquisitions. Booth: 3936.
SCHOOL OF AMERICAN RESEARCH PRESS
Exhibiting with the AAUP. Booth: 5207.
SCHOOL ZONE PUBLISHING CO.
ARTHUR SCHWARTZ & CO. (DBA WOODSTOCKER BOOKS/WILLOWBANK VIDEO)
Distributes books and art catalogues published by museums in the U.S., U.K. and Australia on the fine and decorative arts, ethnic arts, collectibles, ancient world, numismatics and Scottish life and lore; also distributes videos on gardens and gardening, British heritage and stately homes. Featured from Woodstocker Books:Love and Death: Art in the Age of Queen Victoria (Art Gallery of South Australia); Opulence and Devotion: Brazilian Baroque Art (Ashmolean Museum); Modern Chinese Art: The Collection of Khoan and Michael Sullivan (Ashmolean Museum); Textile Treasures: An Introduction to European Textiles for Home and Church in the National Museums of Scotland; Mythscapes: Aboriginal Art of the Desert (National Gallery of Victoria). From Willowbank Video:Monet's Garden at Giverny; Chartwell; Set in Stone: Exploring Britain's Cathedrals with Master Stonemason Tom Maude; The Treasure Houses of England; Gardens of the National Trust, Vol. 1. Discounts: 47% on five or more books. Booth: 4320.
SCIENCE & RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF TURKEY
This first-time exhibitor is a London-based publisher of religion, theology, philosophy, ethics, religious studies, patristics and biblical-studies titles; distributed by Int'l Publishers Marketing. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4942.
SCOTTISH CHRISTIAN PRESS
Offers Christian teaching materials, books, videos and music; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
SCOTTISH PUBLISHERS ASSN.
This trade association based in Edinburgh provides informational, training, and promotional services as well as exporting expertise to publishers throughout Scotland. Featured: titles from client publishers, including Black and White Publishing, Floris Books, House of Lochar, Keppel Publishing, Luath Press, Mainstream Publishing, National Galleries of Scotland, Pastime Publications, Phlea Publishing, Saraband (Scotland), Scottish Christian Press, Stenlake Publishing, Tuckwell Press, Whittles Publishing. Booth: 4806.
Publishes books for and about women; a part of the Avalon Publishing Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Cunt: A Declaration of Independence and Cunt: 2 by Inga Muscio; She's a Rebel: 2 by Gillian Gaar; The Big Rumpus by Ayun Halliday; Nervous Conditions by Tsitsi Dangarembga. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2833.
Publishes self-help titles. Featured: The Simply Essentials series, including Personal Budgeting, Home Moving, Family Wedding Planning and Landlords Kit; Put Your Small Business Online by William G. Hynes; Start & Run Event Planning by Mardi Foster-Walker; So You've Been Appointed Executor? by Kenneth P. Dreier; Wills Guide for America by Robert C. Waters; Telecommuting by LinGrensing-Pophal; Fundraising for Nonprofit Groups by Joyce Young, Ken Wyman and John Swaigen. Booth: 4221.
Publishes original books and writings by Paramahansa Yogananda; offers works by members of the Self-Realization Fellowship monastic communities, including Spanish-language titles and calendars. Featured: How-to-Live series by Paramahansa Yogananda, including To Be Victorious in Life and Why God Permits Evil and How to Rise Above It; Inner Reflections 2003 Engagement Calendar; La búsqueda eterna, Vol. I by Paramahansa Yogananda; En la quietud del corazón by Sri Daya Mata. Giveaways:A World in Transition: Finding Spiritual Security in Times of Change by Paramahansa Yogananda et al.; Inner Reflections engagement calendar. Discounts: 50% plus free freight. Booth: 3925.
RONNIE SELLERS PRODUCTIONS
Publishes calendars, note cards and gift and humorous books with original and licensed concepts and images. Featured: wall, mini and postcard/easel calendars; address books; companion pocket-size theme notebooks; The Official Cat Codependent Handbook and The Official Dog Codependent Handbook by Ronnie Sellers, illus. by Jennifer Black Reinhardt; RSVP greeting and note cards. Discounts: show special for new customers; introductory offer for new products. Booth: 4311.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
SEVEN HILLS BOOK DISTRIBUTORS
Provides book distribution, marketing and publicity services to 54 publishers in 12 countries. Featured: titles from client publishers; Clive Barker's Hellraiser by Clive Barker; Done in by Innocent Things by William Eisner. Giveaways: galleys, advance copies. Discounts: show special allowances. Booth: 3576.
SEVEN LOCKS PRESS
Publishes nonfiction titles; distributes titles for smaller presses. Featured:Space for Women: A History of Women with the Right Stuff by Pamela Freni; From Small Farm to Big Business by Dwayne O. Andreas; Ideas Triumphant: A Social History of the Women's Reproductive Rights Movement by Lawrence Lader; Islamic Fundamentalism: The New Global Threat by Mohammad Mohaddesin; Gunther Rall: A Memoir by Jill Amadio; The Popes: Histories and Secrets by Claudio Rendina; Money Changes Everything by Erlend Peterson; Backyard Birding in the Northeast United States by Elmer Eriksson; Beauty Within the Beast: Kinship with Bears in the Alaska Wilderness by Stephen Stringham; View from the Medicine Lodge: Stories from the American Indian's Soul by Chief Jim Great Elk Waters; Man from the Brazos by Ermal Williamson. Drawings: for a Deacon Jones autographed football and jersey; handmade birdhouse; signed lithograph by Chief Jim Great Elk Waters; Red River belt buckles. Discounts: 60% on orders of $250 or more; free freight. Booth: 2146.
SEVEN STORIES PRESS
Publishes literature and translations; offers nonfiction, including geopolitical and alternative health titles under Seven Stories Press; publishes the Open Media pamphlet series; offers Spanish-language books on women's health, American history and literature through Siete Cuentos Editorial; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Poems Seven by Alan Dugan; The Incantation of Frida K. by Kate Braverman; The Collected Stories of Barry Gifford; Terrorism and War by Howard Zinn; Lithium for Medea by Kate Braverman; Our Word Is Our Weapon: Selected Writings of el Subcomandante Marcos, edited by Juana Ponce de Leon; Autodafe: Vol. 2, edited by the International Parliament of Writers. Booth: 2754.
Publishes books on philosophy, religion, art, literature, cultural studies, psychology and health; distributed by Random House. Featured:The Women's Book of Yoga and Health: A Lifelong Guide to Wellness by Linda Sparrowe; Comfortable with Uncertainty: 108 Teachings by Pema Chodron; Boomeritis: A Novel That Will Set You Free by Ken Wilber; Cape Random by Bernice Morgan. Giveaways: galleys. Booth: 3556.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4741.
Publishes trade paperbacks on fitness, building, architecture and home arts; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Homework: A Book About Building; Stretching, Revised and Stretching in the Office, both by Bob Anderson; Marathon and Galloway's Book on Running, both by Jeff Galloway; Getting Stronger by Bill Pearl. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2741.
Publishes books on boating and nautical subjects, travel and nature. Featured:Motorboat Electrical and Electronics Manual by John C. Payne; Used Boat Notebook by John Kretschmer; Captain Nathaniel Drinkwater series, including Shadow of the Eagle and Ebb Tide by Richard Woodman; Ready for Sea by Tor Pinney; Kitchen Afloat: Galley Management and Meal Making by Joy Smith; The Folkboat Story by Dieter Loibner; Red Sea Peril by Shirley Billing; Sailing Around the World: A Family Retraces Joshua Slocum's Voyage by Guy Bernardin. Giveaways: copies of the Captain Nathaniel Drinkwater series. Discounts: 50% on orders of 10 or more books. Booth: 3812.
SHERMAN ASHER PUBLISHING
Publishes memoirs, poetry, fiction, Latin American writers and how-to-write titles; distributed by LPC Group. Featured:Found Tribe: Jewish Coming Out Stories, edited by Lawrence Schimel; Invisible Dreamer: Memory, Judaism, and Human Rights, essays by Marjorie Agosin; How I Find Her: A Mother's Dying and A Daughter's Life by Genie Zeiger, Movies in the Mind: How to Build a Short Story by Colleen Mariah Rae; Written with a Spoon: A Poet's Cookbook. Giveaways: buttons, magnets. Discounts: see LPC Group booth for details. Booths: 4668, 4669.
SIDDHA YOGA PUBLICATIONS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
SIERRA CLUB BOOKS
Publishes general-interest, trade and scholarly books on the environment and natural history. Featured:My Story as Told by Water by David James Duncan; Mother Earth: Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition by Judith Boice; Beluga Cafe by Jim Nollman; Downhill Slide: Why the American Skiing Industry Is Bad for Skiing, Ski Towns, and the Environment by Hal Clifford. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 48% on 10 or more backlist titles; nine-unit maximum per title. Booth: 2520.
SILLY GOOSE PRODUCTIONS
Distributed by SCB Distributors. Booth: 2568.
SILVER LAKE PUBLISHING
Publishes books on business management, consumer reference, personal finance and popular economics; imprints include Blackhall Publishing (Dublin, Ireland); distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:The Value of a Good Idea; Family Money; Smart Wheels Hot Deals; The $10 Billion Jolt; City Living. Giveaways: T-shirts, bookmarks, postcards, pencils. Discounts: 50% on backlist; see SCB booth for details. Booth: 2568.
SILVER MOON PRESS
SIMON & SCHUSTER ADULT PUBLISHING DIV.
Simon & Schuster Adult Trade Publishing offers fiction and nonfiction books through its various imprints, including Fireside, Free Press, Kaplan, MTV Books, PB Press, Pocket Books, Pocket Star, Scribner, Scribner Paperback Fiction, Simon & Schuster, Simon & Schuster International, Simon & Schuster Large Print Editions, Simon & Schuster Libros en Español, Simon & Schuster Source, Sonnet Books, Star Trek, Touchstone, VH-1 Books, Wall Street Journal Books, Washington Square Press, World Wrestling Federation Books; distribution clients include AAA Publishing, Baen Books, Baseball America, Cardoza Publishing, Games Workshop/Black Library, ibooks, Meadowbrook Press, National Geographic Books, National Geographic Children's Books, Open Road Publishing, Reader's Digest Children's Books. Featured from Simon & Schuster:The Good Soldier by James Stewart; Chronicles I by Bob Dylan; My Love Affair with Jewelry by Elizabeth Taylor; Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp; December 6 by Martin Cruz-Smith; Kingdom of Fear by Hunter S. Thompson. From PB Press:Absolute Rage by Robert Tannenbaum; Whispers and Lies by Joy Fielding; Geisha: A Life by Mineko Iwasaki; New Revelations by Neal Donald Walsh; Real Deal by Fern Michaels; Sex Chronicles II by Zane; Whispers at Midnight by Karen Robards. From Scribner:Jinxed by Carol Higgins Clark; From a Buick 8 by Stephen King; Bone Vault by Linda Fairstein; That Old Ace in the Hole by Annie Proulx. From Scribner Paperback:Good Harbor by Anita Diamant. From Pocket:Separation of Power by Vince Flynn; Twisted Roots by V.C. Andrews; Forever by Jude Deveraux; Speaking in Tongues by Jeffrey Deaver; Sex and the City Kiss and Tell by Amy Sohn; He Sees You When You're Sleeping by Mary and Carol Higgins Clark; Pale Horse Coming by Stephen Hunter. From Free Press:Worlds Measure by Ken Alder; American by Chris Matthews. From Baen Books:War of Honor by David Weber. Booths: 3832, 3833.
SIMON & SCHUSTER AUDIO
Booths: 3832, 3833.
SIMON & SCHUSTER CHILDREN'S DIV.
Publishes children's and young adult books; imprints include Aladdin Paperbacks, Anne Schwartz Books, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Little Simon, Margaret K. McElderry Books, Richard Jackson Books, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Simon Pulse and Simon Spotlight. Featured:Eloise Takes a Bawth by Kay Thompson, illus. by Hilary Knight; America by Lynn Cheney, illus. by Robin Preiss Glasser; The Night Before Christmas by Robert Sabuda; Giggle, Giggle, Quack by Doreen Cronin, illus. by Betsey Lewin; Dora the Explorer series; Micawber (book/CD) by John Lithgow, illus. by C.F. Payne; Please, Baby, Please by Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee, illus. by Kadir Nelson; Nibbles and Me by Elizabeth Taylor; Deaf Child Crossing by Marlee Martin; The Sissy Duckling by Harvey Fierstein, illus. by Henry Cole; The Angel Factory by Terence Blacker; True Believer by Virginia Euwer Wolff; Tales from the House of Bunnicula #3 by Howie Monroe; The Doghouse of Doom by James Howe, illus. by Brett Helquist; Starting with Alice by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; The Spider and the Fly by Mary Howitt, illus. by Tony DiTerlizzi; A Week in the Woods by Andrew Clements; House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer; Fields of Fury by James McPherson; The Gift of Christmas by Richard Paul Evans, illus. by Dan Craig; Four Friends at Christmastime by Tomie dePaola; Trick or Treat? by Bill Martin Jr. and Michael Sampson, illus. by Paul Meisel; Big Al and Shrimpy by Andrew Clements, illus. by Yoshi; Hello Benny: What It's Like to Be a Baby by Robie H. Harris, illus. by Michael Emberley; Things That Sometimes Happen by Avi, illus. by Marjorie Priceman; Horace and Morris Join the Chorus (but What About Dolores?) by James Howe, illus. by Amy Waldrod; The Wild Thornberrys movie tie-in books; We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen, illus. by Helen Oxenbury; The School Story by Andrew Clements, illus. by Brian Selznick; Rudolph Giuliani: America's Mayor by Ellen Weiss. Giveaways: advance copies, books, posters, mousepads, bookmarks, postcards, T-shirts and note pads. Booths: 3832, 3833.
SIMPLY READ BOOKS
This Canadian-based, first-time exhibitor publishes illustrated trade and library children's books. Featured:The Adventures of Pinocchio by Collodi/Ghiuselev; Windy by Steedman/Mitchell; Alice in Wonderland by Lewis/Ghiuselev; Alice in Wonderland poster. Drawings: for four sets/four copies of Windy. Discounts: show special for first-time customers: Alice in Wonderland poster with orders of 10 or more copies. Booth: SP133.
This imprint of the Unitarian Universalist Assn. publishes nonfiction titles on religion and spirituality; distributed by Int'l Publishers Marketing. Featured:All the Gifts of Life: Collected Meditations, Vol. Three by Patricia Frevert; The Little Book of Wholeness and Prayer: An Eight-Week Meditation Guide by Kimberley Beyer-Nelson; In This Very Moment: A Simple Guide to Zen Buddhism by James Ishmael Ford. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4942.
SKYLIGHT PATHS PUBLISHING
This division of LongHill Partners offers general-trade books on spirituality and religion. Featured:Spiritual Innovators: Seventy-Five Extraordinary People Who Changed the World in the Past Century, edited by Ira Rifkin and the editors at Skylight Paths; Ten Amazing People and How They Changed the World by the editors at Skylight Paths, illus. by Stephen Marchesi. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 3225.
SKYLIGHT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SLEEPING BEAR PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes fiction and children's books, sports books and regional-interest titles. Featured:The Christmas Humbug by Colleen Monroe, illus. by Mike Monroe; Abandoned America by Steve Gottlieb; Golf Nuts by Ron Garland; Seasons by Sharon Randall. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 721.
SMALL PRESS CENTER
SMALL PRESS DISTRIBUTION
SPD distributes and markets fiction, literary nonfiction, poetry and cultural-studies titles from more than 500 small independent presses. Featured: new and bestselling titles from client publishers. Discounts: 45%. Booth: 2552.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION PRESS
Publishes scholarly and general-interest books in American studies, history, anthropology and archeology, aviation, military, space history, museum studies, science and natural history. Featured:Smithsonian Book of Mars by Joseph M. Boyce; Nature's Hidden Ways: Genetic Safaris into the Wild by John C. Avise; Working Stiffs: Occupational Portraits in the Age of Tintypes by Michael L. Carlebach; Picturing Men: A Century of Male Relationships in Everyday Photography by John Ibson; Above and Beyond: The Aviation Medals of Honor by Barrett Tillman; The Smithsonian Natural History series on Galapagos, Rocky Mountains and Canada's Boreal Forest; Extermination of the American Bison by William T. Hornaday; Cold War Laboratory: RAND, the Air Force, and the American State, 1945-1950 by Martin J. Collins; We Have Capture: Tom Stafford and the Space Race by Thomas P. Stafford with Michael Cassutt. Giveaways: postcards, bookmarks, other promotional items. Discounts: retailers: 50% on orders of assorted trade titles (20-unit minimum). Booth: 4963.
SNAP EDUCATIONAL GAMES
Publishes books on Tibetan Buddhism and culture; distributed by the National Book Network. Featured:Healing with Form, Energy and Light: The Five Elements in Tibetan Shamanism, Tantra, and Dzogchen by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. Booth: 4627.
SOCIETY OF THINKERS
SOFT SKULL PRESS
Specializes in music history, limit-pushing poetry, political art, radical political science and hip-hop journalism; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Exit Strategy by Douglas Rushkoff; Painful but Fabulous by Genesis P-Orridge; Surviving the Moment of Impact by T. Cole Rachel; Battle of Seattle, edited by Eddie Yuen, Daniel Burton-Rose and George Katsiaficas; Snark, Inc. by Brian Gage and Tom Ellsworth; West-Bloc Dissident by William Blum; Yes, You Are a Revolutionary by Sparrow. Giveaways: copies of featured books; T-shirts; buttons; signed promotional items. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Special Events: May 2: Author Showcase at Tonic, 107 Norfolk St., time TBA. Booth: 2753.
Exhibiting with Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Booth: 4132.
SOLI DEO GLORIA
A part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Booth: 2457.
Publishes fiction, nonfiction, humor and legal self-help mixed media titles under the Sourcebooks Landmark, Sourcebooks MediaFusion, Sourcebooks, Sourcebooks Casablanca, Sourcebooks Hysteria and Sphinx Publishing imprints. Featured:The Last Noel by Michael Malone; An American Summer by Frank Deford; The Trials of Lenny Bruce (with CD); Conscious Cuisine by Cary Neff. Giveaways: free freight on orders of 10 or more books; librarians: 25% plus free freight on orders of Sphinx titles. Booth: 2152.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly titles in the humanities, specializing in film studies, theater and performance studies, contemporary poetry and literature, regional history, women's studies, civil rights, baseball literature and history; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Harry Truman and Civil Rights: Moral Courage and Political Risks by Michael R. Gardner; The New York Yankees, The Brooklyn Dodgers and The New York Giants: An Informal History of a Great Baseball Club, titles by Frank Graham; Line Drives: 100 Contemporary Baseball Poems, edited by Brooke Horvath and Tim Wiles; The Whisper of Leaves by Craig Smith; Judging Lincoln by Frank Williams. Giveaways: Writing Baseball series promotional copies. Drawings: for all 14 books in the Writing Baseball series. Discounts: 50% on backlist (six-book minimum); 55% on advance orders for fall 2002 (eight-book minimum); offer expires June 15. Booths: 5226, 5228.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4776.
SPECLACES BY ZIZI DESIGN
SPENCE PUBLISHING CO.
Distributed by Words Distributing. Booth: 4822.
SPIRITUAL CO. PRESS
SPORTS STORY PUBLISHING
SPRINGER-VERLAG NEW YORK
Offers medical and scientific books and journals; publishes under the AIP Press, Birkhauser and Copernicus imprints; distributes Apress, Bios and the Royal Society of Chemistry. Featured:Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence by Jeffrey A. Norton et al.; Ocular Surface Disease: Medical and Surgical Management by Edward J. Holland and Mark J. Mannis; Blaustein's Pathology of the Female Genital Tract, edited by Robert J. Kurman; PACS: A Guide to the Digital Revolution, edited by Keith J. Dreyer, Amit Mehta and James Hunter Thrall; Mathematics Unlimited: 2001 and Beyond, edited by Bjorn Engquist and Wilfried Schmid; The Design of Rijndael: AES, the Advanced Encryption Standard by Joan Daemen and Vincent Rijmen; Understanding Physics by David Cassidy, F. James Rutherford and Gerald Holton; Where Do We Come From? The Molecular Evidence for Human Descent by Jan Klein and Naoyuki Takahata. Discounts: free freight (25-unit minimum). Booths: 2068, 2168.
SQUARE ONE PUBLISHERS
This division of Computac offers a comprehensive turnkey inventory/control management system for bookstores. Featured: system information and software demonstrations. Booth: 3979.
ST. MARTIN'S PRESS
Publishes hardcover, trade paper and mass market books; imprints include LA Weekly Books, Let's Go, St. Martin's/Griffin, St. Martin's/Minotaur, St. Martin's Paperbacks, Stonewall Inn, Thomas Dunne Books, Truman Talley Books and Whitman Coin Guides. Featured from St. Martin's Press:The Janson Directive by Robert Ludlum; Visions of Sugar Plums by Janet Evanovich; Lawyer's Life by Johnnie Cochran. From St. Martin's/Minotaur:Bone Mountain by Eliot Pattison. From St. Martin's/Let's Go: Let's Go 2003 Guides to Hawaii, Costa Rica, Thailand and Chile. Giveaways: advance copies. Booths: 3722, 3723.
ST. REMY MEDIA
Publishes adult nonfiction on nature, outdoor sports, crafts and hobbies, Pennsylvania, military reference, military classics and history; provides distribution services for other publishers. Featured:Don Troiani's Regiments and Uniforms of the Civil War; Beyond Terror by Ralph Peters; The Paintings of Eldridge Hardie: Art of a Life in Sport by Eldridge Hardie; Wellington's Army: The Uniform of the British Soldier, 1812-1815 by Philip Haythornthwaite; Uniforms of Napoleon's Army by Carie Vernet; The Lincoln Highway: Pennsylvania Traveler's Guide by Brian Butko; Zulu Victory: The Epic of Isandlwhana and the Cover-Up by Ron Lock and Peter Quantrill; Orienteering by Ian Bratt; Caving by Peter Swart; Scourge of the Swastika: A Short History of Nazi War Crimes and The Knights of Bushido: A Short History of Japanese War Crimes, both by Lord Russell of Liverpool; Blood Red Snow: The Memoirs of a German Soldier on the Eastern Front by Guenther K. Koschorrek. Discounts: retailers: extra 5% on orders of 25 or more assorted titles. Booth: 4924.
C.D. STAMPLEY ENTERPRISES
Publishes Bibles, religious titles, adult reference and children's reference books in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. Featured:Saints for Every Occasion by Thomas Craughwell; RSV Catholic Edition Bible (Family Bible Format); Our Family Prayer Book by Bernard McWilliams; Las mas bellas historias de la Biblia; Cuentos y leyendas. Discounts: free freight (nonreturnable). Booth: 3916.
STANFORD UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly books and trade titles of general interest in the areas of the humanities, social sciences and natural science. Featured:Another Such Victory: President Truman and the Cold War, 1945-1953 by Arnold A. Offner; California Plain: Remembering Barns by Morley Baer; Grains of Sand: Photographs of Marion Patterson by Marion Patterson; Magnificent Failure: A Portrait of the Western Homestead Era by John Martin Campbell; Cultures@Silicon Valley by J.A. English-Lueck; Gifts from the Celestial Kingdom: A Shipwrecked Cargo for Gold Rush California by Thomas N. Layton; Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community by Yong Chen; Chinese Magical Medicine by Michel Strickmann; The Story of the Edsel: Disaster by Design by Thomas E. Bonsall; Lake Michigan Passenger Steamers by George W. Hilton; The Record-Setting Trips: By Auto from Coast to Coast, 1909-1916 by Curt McConnell. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 5327.
STAR BRIGHT BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes children's books, including board and picture books, foreign-language and multicultural titles; distributes adult and children's books for Lothian Books of Australia. Featured:Baby Come Out by Fran Manushkin, illus. by Ronald Himler; Six Is So Much Less Than Seven by Ronald Himler; Eddy's Dream by Miriam Cohen; The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan; Blue Fin by Colin Thiele; Brian Wildsmith's ABC; and Prayer for the 21st Century by John Marsden. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 920.
STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books, including titles in philosophy, religion, psychology, Asian studies, literature, film and political science; distributes Rockefeller Institute Press; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:"The Godfather" and American Culture: How the Corleones Became "Our Gang" by Chris Messenger; American Artists, Authors, and Collectors: The Walter Pach Letters 1906-1958, edited by Bennard B. Perlman; Spinster Tales and Womanly Possibilities by Naomi Braun Rosenthal; Two Paths to Equality: Alice Paul and Ethel M. Smith in the ERA Debate, 1921-1929 by Amy E. Butler; The Retreat from Organization: U.S. Feminism Reconceptualized by Elisabeth Armstrong; Convicted Survivors: The Imprisonment of Battered Women Who Kill by Elizabeth Dermody Leonard; Fashionable Nihilism: A Critique of Analytic Philosophy by Bruce Wilshire; Leo Strauss: The Early Writings (1921-1932), edited and trans. by Michael Zank; The Endtime Family: Children of God by William Sims Bainbridge; Islam in Black America: Identity, Liberation, and Difference in African-American Islamic Thought by Edward E. Curtis IV; A Buddhist History of the West: Studies in Lack by David R. Loy; Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them by Stanley Krippner, Fariba Bogzaran and André Percia de Carvalho; Mistaken Identity: The Mind-Brain Problem Reconsidered by Leslie Brothers; The End of Modern Medicine: Biomedical Science under a Microscope by Laurence Foss; Becoming Immortal: Combining Cloning and Stem-Cell Therapy by Stanley Shostak. Giveaways: copies of The Peppers, Cracklings and Knots of Wool Cookbook by Diane M. Spivey. Discounts: 50% on backlist; free freight. Booth: 5216.
STAUB LEADERSHIP CONSULTANTS
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
STEMMER HOUSE PUBLISHERS
Publishes trade books on art and design, natural history, gardening, children's books and audiocassettes. Featured:William Morris Patterns & Designs by Phoebe Ann Erb; Will You Sting Me? Will You Bite? The Truth About Some Scary-Looking Insects by Sara Swan Miller. Discounts: 50% plus free freight for retail orders of 35 or more assorted titles (continental U.S.). Booth: 3628.
This North American division of Stemmle Publishers/Edition Stemmle (Zurich) publishes fine photography books. Featured:West Point by Marcia Lippman; American Landscapes by Robert Werling; Jerry Dantzic's New York: The Fifties in Focus by Jerry Dantzic; Babies, edited by Martina Mettner, photographs by various artists. Booth: 2764.
Publishes illustrated books on Scottish history and transportation; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
STERLING PUBLISHING CO.
Offers books on crafts, gardening and the body/mind/spirit connection as well as children's books and puzzle and games titles; publishes under Lark Books and Hearst Books. Featured:Windows on the World Complete Wine Course 2003 Edition by Kevin Zraly; Building Your Dream House by William Spence; Easy Watercolor by Marcia Moses; Gorgeous Leather Crafts by Kari Lee; Country Living: Stylish Renovations by the editors of Country Living; Poetry for Young People: William Butler Yeats; Come to Tea by Stephanie Dunnewind; Constellations: Stars and Stories by Chris Sasaki. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 25 individual backlist titles (minimum order 50 backlist books). Booth: 3632.
Publishes juvenile and young adult educational books. Featured: Countries of the World series; Newbery Authors Collection; Great Explorers; Trailblazers of the Modern World; World Almanac Library of the States. Booth: 3704.
STEWART HOUSE PUBLISHING
A sales organization specializing in a line of products focused on the pursuit of information through entertainment. Featured:The Amazingly Incredible Tie Book, Christmas Edition; The Wrestling Observer's Top 100 Wrestlers of All Time; Tattoos of the NBA; The Naturopathic Diet; Management Secrets of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Passionate Longevity; Angelmouse; Time Passages. Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booths: 914, 915.
STEWART, TABORI & CHANG
This subsidiary of La Martiniere Groupe offers illustrated books on art and architecture, lifestyle, travel and photography as well as New Age titles. Featured:Love's Book of Answers by Carol Bolt; The Chef, the Story and the Dish by Rochelle Brown; Flowers at Home: An FTD Style Guide. Giveaways: posters. Drawings: for framed fine-art prints. Booth: 4425.
S3 PUBLISHING TECHNOLOGIES
THE STINEHOUR PRESS
Offers adult and children's fiction and nonfiction as well as children's picture books. Featured:Bumblebees Can't Fly by Barry Siskind; Where Poppies Grow by Linda Granfield; All on a Sleepy Night by Shutta Crum; If I Just Had Two Wings by Virginia Frances Schwartz. Giveaways: copies (and jars of honey) of Bumblebee Can't Fly; new titles (and hockey cards) from the Brady Brady series; copies of If I Had Two Wings and All on a Sleepy Night. Drawings: for a Bumblebees Can't Fly related gift. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 3809.
STONE BRIDGE PRESS
Publishes books about Japan, including anime and manga, language, culture, spirituality, art and design, original fiction and literature in translation; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Glyphix: Writing Out the Words Within by Linda Shimoda; Shinto Meditations for Revering the Earth by Stuart D.B. Picken; Wintergreen: Essays from the Japanese Garden by Marc P. Keane; Animation on DVD: The Ultimate Guide by Andy Mangels; The Inland Sea by Donald Richie. Giveaways: postcards, buttons. 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: 2533.
Publishes how-to books for country living; exhibiting with Workman Publishing. Featured: new line of juvenile books Cherry Hill's Horse Care for Kids; Raptor! by René and Christyna M. Laubach and Charles W. G. Smith; Woodswalk by Henry W. Art and Michael W. Robbins; The Flower Gardener's Bible by Lewis Hill; Tabletop Gardens by Rosemary McCreary; Shell Chic by Marlene Hurley Marshall. Booth: 4256.
THE STRAIGHT EDGE
Booths: 2948, 2952.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
STYLE & PAPER
Manufactures and distributes gift-stationery products, including journals, writing sets, address books and stationery chests. Featured: six new collections: Garden Gates, Let It Bee, Provencial, Heart of the Country, Exotic and Shells. Discounts: 5% for orders of $250-$500; 10% for orders of more than $500. Booth: 854.
Distributes books from various independent publishers, including Anthem Press, Cork UP, Earthscan, Kogan Page and Pluto Press; distributed by Int'l Publishers Marketing. Featured: titles from client-publishers. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4942.
This independent publisher offers motivational business books. Featured:Simple Selling: Common Sense That Guarantees Your Success and Dirty Little Tricks: How Salespeople Are Robbing You Blind, both by Thomas Ray Crowel. Giveaways: leather coasters. Discounts: show special. Booth: 3478.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
SUNNY & CO. TOYS
SUNSET PUBLISHING CORP.
Publishes home decorating, home improvement, outdoor building, gardening and landscaping, cookbooks and home plans books; imprints include Oxmoor House, Leisure Arts, Cooking Light and Martha Stewart Living. Featured:Williams-Sonoma Savoring America Cookbook by Kerri Conan et al.; Secrets from the Southern Living Test Kitchens by the editors of Southern Living Books; Women's Health Wisdom by the editors of Health Books; Martha Stewart Living Annual Recipes 2003 by Martha Stewart; The Cooking Light Way to Lose Weight by the editors of Cooking Light Books; Goosebery Patch Country Friends Go Quilting, Book 2; Sunset Recipe Annual 2003 by the editors of Sunset Books. Booths: 2561-2565.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4600.
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on self-improvement; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:The Art and Craft of Success: 10 Steps by D. Ostaro. Giveaways: T-shirts or books. Discounts: 10% on book orders. Booth: 4741.
SWIFT BOOK DISTRIBUTION
This first-time exhibitor offers international distribution services to small and medium-sized publishers; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 2957.
SWISS PUBLISHERS ASSN.
SYBEX COMPUTER BOOKS
Booths: 3661, 5178.
Produces technical references for information technology and information security specialists; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Hack Proofing Your Network, Second Edition; Sniffer Network Optimization & Troubleshooting Handbook; InfoWar for MCSEs: Defending Your Microsoft Enterprise Network; 10 Cool Lego Mindstorms Dark Side Robots: Amazing Projects You Can Build in Under an Hour. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2846.
SYRACUSE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and academic books on various subjects as well as selected fiction, biography and memoir; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Janet Ashbee by Felicity Ashbee; My Suburban Shtetl by Robert Rand; The Committee by Sunallah Ibrahim; The Dance of the Rose and the Nightingale by Nesta Ramazani; The Diaries of Marya Zaturenska, edited by Mary Beth Hinton; New Selected Poems by Marya Zaturenska, edited by Robert Phillips; War in the Shadow of Auschwitz by John Wiernicki; From Slogans to Mantras by Stephen A. Kent; "Dear Yeats,""Dear Pound,""Dear Ford," titles by Richard and Janis Londraville; New York Jews and the Decline of Urban Ethnicity by Eli Lederhendler; An Ethnic at Large by Jerry Mangione; The Undying Flame by Jerry Silverman; Anna in the Afterlife by Merrill Joan Gerber; Life in the Damn Tropics by David Unger; The Museum of the City of New York's A Community of Many Worlds: Jews, Turks and Ottomans by Avigdor Levy; TV Creators, Vol. Two by James L. Longworth; Werewolf Stories by Charlotte Otten; No Shame for the Sun: Lives of Professional Pakistani Women by Shahla Haeri; Fatma: A Novel of Arabia by Raja Alem with Tom McDonough. Discounts: 45%, free freight (retail/library sales). Booth: 5220.