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Publishes modern fiction and nonfiction. Featured: fall 2002 titles; Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn; Snow Island by Katherine Towler; Letters to Montgomery Clift by Noel Alumit; Sea Room by Norman G. Gautreau. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 826.
MADE E-Z PRODUCTS
Publishes self-help, business, financial and legal titles. Featured: Successful Selling Made E-Z by Gerard I. Nierenberg; Online Business Made E-Z and Life Insurance Made E-Z, both by the Silver Lake editors. Giveaways: books, software. Discounts: 50%, free display and signage on 12-title package. Booth: 4910.
MADE IN ITALY
This first-time exhibitor imports leather journals and photo albums from Italy. Featured: handmade leather writing journals, scrapbooks, photo albums and accessories. Discounts: free freight on orders over $500. Booth: 744.
Publishes fiction, biographies and guidebooks as well as nonfiction titles on sports, health, art and photography; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
THE MALIBU PRESS
This book manufacturer offers electronic and traditional prepress services, one- and two-color text printing via Web and sheet-fed offset, multi-color covers, UV coating, film lamination, precision-spot gloss, softcover, hardcover and lay-flat binding, bind-in disk, packaging, assembly and fulfillment; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: company services and products. Booths: 4860, 4862.
Publishes inspirational titles; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured: titles by John-Roger, including Loving Each Day for Peacemakers, Spiritual Warrior, Inner Worlds of Meditation (book with tape/CD), Divine Essence, Loving Each Day, Forgiveness: The Key to the Kingdom, Relationships: Love, Marriage, and Spirit, Sex, Spirit & You and The Tao of Spirit; The Blessings Already Are by John Morton; Momentum: Letting Love Lead by John-Roger with Paul Kaye. Giveaways: bookmarks. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
MANHATTAN TOY CO.
MANIC D PRESS
Publishes fiction, poetry, art, narrative-oriented comix and alternative travel trade paperbacks; distributed by the Last Gasp. Featured: The Civil Disobedience Handbook: A Brief History and Practical Advice for the Politically Disenchanted by James Tracy; In the Small of My Backyard by Matt Cook; Monster Fashion by Jarret Keene; Concrete Dreams: Manic D Press Early Works; The Underground Guide to San Francisco. Discounts: 44%, free freight. Booth: 2562.
THE MAP GROUP
Produces map products and content for reference books, travel guides, directories and textbooks. Featured: licensing opportunities for publishers in atlases, maps, travel guides and reference products. Booth: 3673.
MARIUCCIA IACONI BOOK IMPORTS
Offers remainder and overstock books, including children's, Christian, cooking, crafts, gardening, travel, reference and audio titles and stationery items. Booths: 3032, 3033.
MARLOWE & CO.
Publishes books on personal growth, spirituality, psychology, self-help, health and cooking; a part of the Avalon Publishing Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: titles from Illumina Books series; Simply Sautee: Fast, Easy and Healthy Italian Cooking--All in One Pan by Silvia Bianco Anthony; Tangled Threads: Gay Men Write About Their Fathers, edited by Bruce Shenitz; The Four Temperaments: A Practical Guide to the Humors by Randy Rolfe; Glucose Revolution by Jennie Miller; Eating for IBS by Heather Van Vouros. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2833, 2835.
Publishes children's books, including trade fiction, picture books and nonfiction sets for schools and libraries. Featured: Is This a Sack of Potatoes? by Crescent Dragonwagon; Borderlands by Jennifer Owings Dewey; Rufus and Magic Run Amok by Marilyn Levinson; more than 50 picture books and young-adult novels by such authors as Holly Meade, Eileen Spinelli, Patricia Hubbell, James Lincoln Collier, Phyllis Reynolds Naylor and Joseph Slate. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 351.
Publishes guidebooks for parents on destinations, health and finance; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured: A New Father's Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, and Infants by Jim Hoehn; A Parent's Guide to Money by Alan Feigenbaum; A Parent's Guide to Healthy Children by Bryan Fine, M.D.; A Parent's Guide to First Aid by Roxanne Nelson, R.N.; A Parent's Guide to St. Louis by Julie Douglas; A Parent's Guide to the Twin Cities and Minnesota by Josh Roberts; A Parent's Guide to Toronto by Parent's Guide Press staff. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum), see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
MARTINGALE & CO.
Publishes books on quilting, knitting, and crafts; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured: Rich Traditions: Scrap Quilts to Paper Piece by Nancy Mahoney; A Quilter's Book of Days by Carol Endler Sterbenz, photographs by Stephen Mays; The Blissful Bath, compiled by Dawn Anderson; Throws and More for the Simply Beautiful Home by Linden Phelps and Beryl Hiatt; Make Room for Christmas Quilts by Nancy J. Martin. Drawings: for wall quilt. Discounts: 47%, free freight on six or more books. Booth: 2647.
MASON CREST PUBLISHERS
MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL OF LAW
MASSAGE & BODYWORK MAGAZINE
MAYO CLINIC HEALTH INFORMATION
Publishes health information for the general public through books and newsletters; distributed by Kensington Publishing. Featured: Mayo Clinic on Vision and Eye Health by Helmut Buettner; Mayo Clinic on Alzheimer's Disease by Ronald Petersen; The Mayo Clinic Guide to Self Care; The Mayo Clinic Family Health Books; The Mayo Clinic Heart Book; The Mayo Clinic Williams-Sonoma Cookbook. Giveaways: promotional items. Discounts: extra 2% on backlist orders of 25 or more units (combined imprints); free freight. Booth: 5026.
MCCLELLAND & STEWART
Publishes fiction and nonfiction for adults and children. Featured: Figure Skaters in History by Toller Cranston and Martha Kimball. Booths: 4657-4661.
MCGILL-QUEENS UNIV. PRESS
MCGRAW-HILL CHILDREN'S PUBLISHING
Publishes children's books and specialty products, including lines from American Education Publishing, Peter Bedrick Books, Brighter Child, Fearon Teacher Aids, Gifted & Talented, Good Apple, Grace Publications, Great Wave Software, Ideal School Supply, In Celebration, Instructional Fair, Judy/Instructo, LDA, Living & Learning, Frank Schaffer Publications, Shining Star, Spectrum and Totline Publications, and licensed products from Warner Bros., DreamWorks, Disney, DC Comics, Jim Henson, Cricket and Mercer Mayer. Featured: McGraw-Hill Children's Dictionary; McGraw-Hill Children's Thesaurus; titles by Mercer Mayer, including One Monster After Another, Professor Wormbog in Search for the Zipperump-A-Zoo, You're the Scaredy-Cat and If I Had a Gorilla; Mercer Mayer First Readers Skills and Practice series (12 new titles); Disney Parent & Child Read Together series (four new titles); Little Star and Secret of the North Pole, both by Danielle Heufemann; Bandus the Bear by Jutta Gorschluter. Booth: 102.
Publishes books and new media products in the areas of business/general reference, computing, science/technical/medical, electronics, architecture, marine, aviation, outdoor adventure, self-improvement and juvenile science. Featuredfrom Science Technical Medical Group:Wrightscapes: Frank Lloyd Wright's Landscape Designs by Charles Aguara; The American City: What Works, What Doesn't by Alexander Garvin; Build Your Own Robot Kit by Myke Predko; Build a Remote Controlled-Robot by David Shircliff; Build Your Own Wireless LAN by James Truelove; 802.11 Demystified by Jaidey Bhola; Video Services Demystified by Steven Shepard; Streaming Media Demystified by Mark Topic; Wireless LANs Demystified by James LaRocca; XML for Wireless Communications by John Evdemon; The Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook by Edward Kurtz; Critical Care on Call by Alan Lefor, M.D.; Internal Medicine on Call by Steven A. Haist, M.D.; First Aid for the Neurology Clerkship, First Aid for the Pediatrics Clerkship, First Aid for the Surgery Clerkshipand First Aid for the Psychiatry Clerkship, titles by Latha Stead, M.D.; Appleton & Lange's Review of Surgery by Simon Wapnik, M.D.; The Common Symptom Guide by John H. Wasson, M.D.; Fishman's Manual of Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders by Alfred P. Fishman, M.D.; Pediatric Emergency Medicine by Gary R. Strange, M.D.; Pharmacotherapy by Joseph DiPiro. From The Sporting News:The Yankees: A Century of Greatness and Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's All Time Best, both by Ron Smith; Glove Stories: The Collected Baseball Writings of Dave Kindred by Dave Kindred; Cardinal Nation by Rob Rains; Passion for Sports: Athletes Tell Their Stories of Why They Love Their Games by Mike Kilduff. From Osborne Media Group:High Score! An Illustrated History of Electronic Games! by Rusel DeMaria; BattleBots by Mark Clarkson; The Hacker Diaries: Confessions of Teenage Hackers by Dan Verton; Harley Hahn's Internet Yellow Pages, 2003 Edition; How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld by Broida; How to Do Everything with Paint Shop ProX by Huss; Photoshop Elements by Milburn; Bigelow's PC Technician's Desk Reference by Bigelow; Java 2 by Schildt; Meyer's Survey of Operating Systems; Cooking with Dreamweaver UltraDev X by Ray West; Palm OS 5 Programming by Kris Jamsa; Oracle 9i by Loney; CheckPoint VPN-1/Firewall by Mason. From McGraw-Hill Trade:The Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell by Oren Harari; The Rumsfeld Way: Leadership Wisdom of a Battle-Hardened Maverick by Jeffery A. Krames; The Fat Flush Plan by Ann Louise Gittleman; Value Shift: Merging Social and Financial Imperatives to Achieve Superior Performances by Lynn Sharp Paine; Zim: A Baseball Life by Don Zimmer; How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times or Bad by William O'Neil; The September 11 Syndrome: Anxious Days and Sleepless Nights by Harriet Braiker; Bands, Brands and Billions: My Top Ten Rules in Success for Any Business by Lou Pearlman; Model Mommy: Vendela's Plan for Emotional Support, Exercise and Eating Right After Having a Baby by Vendela; Ten Secrets of Successful Men That Women Want to Know by Donna Brooks and Lynn Brooks; Ain't No Tomorrow: Kobe, Shaq and the Making of the Lakers Dynasty by Elizabeth Kaye; Fit from Within: 101 Simple Secrets to Change Your Body and Your Life--Starting Today and Lasting Forever by Victoria Moran; Baseball for Everyone by Joe DiMaggio. Discounts: show specials for library, and trade accounts. Booths: 3520, 3620, 3621.
MCPHERSON & CO.
Publishes literary and arts titles. Featured: Essential Cowell: Selected Writings on Music by Henry Cowell; Essential Brakhage: Selected Writings on Filmmaking by Stan Brakhage; Over Storm King by Michael Joyce; The Triumph of Anti-Art by Thomas McEvilley; limited-edition books by Dick Higgins and P. Woodbine. Discounts: 50% on orders of $250 or more. Booth: SP146.
MEAD CONSUMER & OFFICE PRODUCTS
Manufactures and distributes consumer and office supplies, including decorative wall and Year-in-a-Box calendars, engagement calendars, organizers and planning products. Featured: new calendar formats. Discounts: free freight on orders over $500. Booth: 732.
Publishes children's poetry, fiction and activity books and humor, party planning, parenting, gift book and baby-name titles for adults; distributed by Simon & Schuster. Booth: 4653.
MEADOWS WYE & CO.
This first-time exhibitor offers freight forwarder/customs broker servicing for import/export needs. Featured: demonstrations of order/shipment tracking system. Drawings: a raffle for free freight. Booth: 3982.
R.S. MEANS CO.
This CMD Group company provides construction-cost and reference publications in book and CD-ROM formats, and estimates services for construction management; also offers customized consulting services and development seminars all vertical trades in the U.S., Canada and international marketplaces. Featured: company services and products. Booth: 2864.
Publishes and distributes audiobooks; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: current and new releases. Discounts: extra 5%, see booth for details. Booth: 4768.
THE MEDIA SERVICES GROUP
MEDPHARM SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHERS
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
MEL BAY PUBLICATIONS
Publishes music-related educational material. Giveaways: Master Anthology of Jazz Guitar, Vol. 2. Discounts: extra 10%. Booth: 4454.
MERCIS PUBLISHING BV
MERCK & CO.
Publishes how-to books on cooking, home decorating, gardening and home improvement. Featured: more than 300 titles; 12th Edition New Cook Book, edited by Jennifer Darling. Drawings: for a set of small kitchen appliances. Discounts: show special on 12th Edition New Cook Book; see booth for details. Booth: 3950.
Publishes theater, performing arts, educational and general-trade books; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured: Screen Teen Writers by Christina Hamlett; The Stanislavsky Secret by Irina and Igor Levin; Audition Monologues for Student Actors 2 by Roger Ellis; The Ultimate Improv Book by Edward Nevraumont and Nicholas Hanson; Sweet Uncertainty by Arthur Zapel; Truth in Comedy by Charna Halpern, Del Close and Kim Johnson. Giveaways: copies of Absolutely Unforgettable Parties.Discounts: 50%, free freight (U.S. only) on 10 or more books (front- or backlist titles). Booth: 2634.
This first-time exhibitor is a publisher and wholesaler of Jewish and Chasidic books in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Spanish and other languages, including children's picture books, junior readers, school texts, religious texts with translations and adult reading with study material. Featured: Chasidic Perspectives and Heroic Struggle, both by Rabbi Alter B.Z. Metzger; Torah Studies by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks; Very Best Place for a Penny by Dina Herman Rosenfeld; The Bat Mitzvah Club by Shayna Meiseles; Listening to Life's Messages (Spanish) by Rabbi Dovid Shraga Polter; Feeding Among the Lilies by Baila Olidort; Quarters & Dimes & Nickels & Pennies by Baila Olidort; Spice & Spirit: The Kosher Cookbook by Lubavitch Women's Cookbook Publications; When I Fell into My Kiddush Cup and Fishy Friday, both by Sashi Fridman; Tzava'at Harivash by Rabbi Yisrael Baal Shem Tov; Days of Awe, Days of Joy by Rabbi Eli Friedman; The Storyteller by Nissan Mindel; My Prayer by Nissan Mindel. Drawings: for a set of The Storyteller (five volumes), for a mini library (12-book set). Booth: 4121.
Distributed by Rizzoli Int'l. Booth: 3722.
Publishes language-reference products in print and electronic formats. Featured: Merriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary; Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of American Writers; the Collegiate-branded reference products. Discounts: graduation and back-to-school deals; extra percentage on new titles and bestselling backlist. Booth: 3459.
Produces plush dolls, toys, and accessories based on children's literature, art and history. Featured: Captain Underpants doll from Dav Pilkey's series; Junie B. Jones doll from Barbara Park's series; Alexander doll from Judith Viorst's Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Giveaways: key chains. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 3647.
MICHAELSMIND CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Publishes illustrated children's books; distributed by Faithworks and National Book Network. Featured: titles by author/illustrator team headed by Steve Tiller, including Tangle Fairies, Connected at the Heart, Rainbow's Landing, Born to Fly and Boat & Wind. Giveaways: signed art work. Booth: 560.
MICHELIN TRAVEL PUBLICATIONS
Booths: 3680, 3779.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly titles with special interests in American history, creative nonfiction, poetry, women's studies, African American studies, Native American studies, rhetoric and public affairs, Great Lakes studies and natural science; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured: Mes Confitures: The Jams and Jellies of Christine Ferber by Christine Ferber; Public Gardens of Michigan by Miriam Easton Rutz; You Can't Take That Away from Me by Ralph Rentz with Peter Hrisko. Drawings: for a leather-bound edition of Dan Gerber's A Second Life. Discounts: 45%. Booth: 5210.
MIDAS PRINTING INT'L
MIDPOINT TRADE BOOKS
This full-service distributor handles medium-sized independent publishers. Featured: new titles from more than 150 independent publishers, including Addax Publishing, Adventure Ink, Anvil Press Poetry, Attitude Media, Bilingual Books, British American, Dragon Door Publications, Educare Press, Global Books, Hangover Productions, Hastings House Publishers, Heritage House Publishing, Insync Communications, Intrigue Press, Jameson Books, Lindal Cedar Homes, Love and Logic Press, North Star Publications, Panographs, Penmarin Books, Pentland Press, Petpourri Publishers, PSI Research, Publishing Directions, Rainbow Bridge Publishing, Search Press, Self Counsel Press, The Stationery Office, Staub Leadership, Van der Plas Publications, Warp Graphics, Windsor-Brooke Books, World Leisure Corp. and Write Way Publishing. Giveaways: selected merchandise and books. Special Events: celebrity appearances. Booth: 2133.
MILANOSTAMPANEW INTERLITHO USA
MILES KELLY PUBLISHING
This U.K. publisher produces illustrated nonfiction titles for children and their families; offers complete packaging services; distributed by Mint Publishers. Booth: 4381.
Publishes fiction, poetry, books for young readers and nonfiction about the natural world; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Untitled by Susan Power; The Return of Gabriel by John Armistead; The Porcelain Apes of Moses Mendelssohn, poems by Jean Nordhaus; The Colors of Nature: Culture, Identity, and the Natural World, with contributions by Jamaica Kincaid, bell hooks, Francisco X. Alarcon and others. Discounts: see the PGW booth for details. Booth: 2853.
THE MILLBROOK PRESS
Publishes children's books under the Millbrook imprint; offers illustrated science titles under the Copper Beech Books imprint; offers children's fiction and picture books under the Roaring Brook Press. Featured: selected craft books by Kathy Ross. Booth: 543.
Publishes the Miller's Antiques Guides and other titles on antiques and collectibles; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured: co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers; direct distribution to U.S. booksellers. Booths: 4954, 4955.
MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESS
Publishes general-interest and scholarly books on the history and culture of Minnesota and the Upper Midwest; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured: The Spirit of St. Louis and Lindbergh Looks Back: A Boyhood Reminiscence, both by Charles A. Lindbergh; Lindbergh Alone by Brendan Gill; Sister Nations: Native American Women Writers on Community, edited by Heid E. Erdrich and Laura Tohe; Hard Time: Voices from a State Prison, 1849-1914, edited by Ted Genoways. Discounts: 50% on backlist (10-unit minimum). Booth: 5209 .
Offers sales, marketing and fulfillment services; distributes Copyright, Miles Kelly, ParentSmart Books and Visible Ink Press. Booth: 4377.
Publishes illustrated books on wine, antiques, nature, travel, home reference and design; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group; distributed in the U.S. by Phaidon Press. Featuredservices: co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers; select titles for sale direct to U.S. booksellers. Featuredbooks:Art Glass by Louise Luther; Samplers by Stephen and Carol Huber; Miller's International Antiques Price Guide 2003; Contemporary Glamour by Ali Hanan and Kate Dwyer, photographs by Deidi von Schaewen; Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 2003; The New France: A Complete Guide to Contemporary French Wine by Andrew Jefford, photographs by Jason Lowe. Drawings: for a signed copy of The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson. Discounts: 50% (returnable). Special Events: wine tasting at booth to promote The New France. Booths: 4954, 4955.
Publishes books and journals on architecture, social theory, economics, cognitive science and computational science; distributes Semiotext(e) and Zone titles. Featured: MIT and Zone titles; Semiotext(e)'s Foreign Agent and Native Agent series. Discounts: 46% on trade backlist, free freight. Booth: 3946.
MODERN LANGUAGE ASSN .
Publishes books for students and teachers of language, literature, composition and related fields; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured: MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers by Joseph Gibaldi; Literary Research Guide by James L. Harner; MLA Style Manual by Joseph Gibaldi. Drawings: daily for 10 copies of the new Literary Research Guide. Discounts: booksellers: 43%, free freight on trade titles; wholesalers: 48% on trade titles. Special Events: coffee and pastry at booth Friday and Saturday mornings. Booth: 5208.
Booths: 332, 333.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
Publishes books, audiotapes and magazines on contemporary spirituality. Featured: Living Enlightenment: A Call for Evolution Beyond Ego by Andrew Cohen. Giveaways: books, magazines, pens. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 1411.
Publishes illustrated books on architecture, fine arts, decorative arts, landscape, photography and design. Featured: The Next Jerusalem: Sharing the Divided City, edited by Michael Sorkin; Tadao Ando: Light and Water by Tadao Ando; Ten Arquitectos by Enrique Norton; Modernismo: Architecture and Design in Catalonia by Borja de Requer et al.; Mark di Subero, introduction by Barbara Rose; Robert A.M. Stern: 1998-2002 , edited by Peter Dixon. Booth: 4414.
MOON MOUNTAIN PUBLISHERS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
MOON TRAVEL HANDBOOKS
A part of Avalon Travel Publishing; distributed by Publishers Group West. Booths: 2837, 2839.
MORGAN HOUSE PUBLISHING
MOTILAL BANARSIDASS PUBLISHING
Publishes, wholesales and distributes books on transportation and military subjects. Featured: Harley-Davidson: Celebration of a Legend by Tod Rafferty; The Doomsday Scenario by L. Douglas Keeney; Harley-Davidson Century by Brock Yates; Corvette: Fifty Years by Randy Leffingwell; A Man's Guide to the Universe by Roger Welsh. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more books; white sale. Special Events: Harley-Davidson-theme reception. Booth: 4449.
THE MOUNTAINEERS BOOKS
MOUNTAIN PRESS PUBLISHING
Publishes geology, natural history, history, field guides and western Americana titles; distributes Bear Print Books, Cottonwood Press, Goals Unlimited Press, HOPS Press and Western Edge Press; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. of the West. Featuredfrom Mountain Press:Roadside Geology of Nebraska by Maher, Engelmann and Shuster; Roadside Geology of Colorado by Chronic and Williams; Nature's Yucky: Gross Stuff That Helps Nature Work by Karen Shragg and Lee Ann Landstrom, illus. by Constance Bergum; Tales from Kilauea: Pele's Gifts & the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory by Wendell Duffield; Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners by Ernest Small and Grace Deutsch; Large Ice Age Mammals of North America by Ian Lange, illus. by Dorothy S. Norton; The Saga of the Pony Express by Joseph J. DiCerto; We, the People: Of Earth and Elders, Vol. II, edited by Serle L. Chapman. From Western Edge Press:Comadres: Hispanic Women of the Rio Puerco Valley, edited by Nasario Garcia. From HOPS Press:The Art of Slipform Stone Masonry by Thomas J. Elpel. Giveaways: huckleberry chocolates. Drawings: for gift box. Discounts: 45%, free freight on frontlist; 50% on backlist. Booth: 2661.
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on popular culture. Featured: Circus for Everyone: Circus Learning Around the World by Robert Sugarman. Booth: 4641.
This London-based publisher offers illustrated books in large and gift formats. Featured: Sacred Festivals by Jeremy Hunter; Havana in My Heart by Gareth Jenkins; Queer by Simon Gage, Lisa Richards and Howard Wilmott. Booths: 4911, 4913.
JOHN MUIR PUBLICATIONS
A part of Avalon Travel Publishing; distributed by Publishers Group West. Booths: 2837, 2839.
Publishes Christian living, fiction, gift and inspirational titles. Featured: Racing to Win by Joe Gibbs; Riding Through Shadows by Sharon Ewell Foster; Facts of Life by Lisa Whelchel; Beauty by the Book by Nancy Stafford. Booth: 4021.
Publishes as well as licenses North American and foreign-language rights to nonfiction titles, including cooking, gardening, craft, health and cake decorating. Featured: Essential Wok; Essential Rice; Complete Craft; Essential Embroidery; Slow Cooking; Heart Food; Pregnancy Food. Booth: 4909.
DONALD MURRAY BOOKS
This book dealer offers remainder titles. Featured: remainder titles from Great Britain. Booth: 2945.
This music distributor services bookstores and offers a diverse selection; a part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Featured: new business-to-business Web site; various music titles. Discounts: extra 5%, wholesale; free UPS Ground Service. Booths: 2462, 2464.
MUSKA & LIPMAN PUBLISHING
Exhibiting with the Independent Publishers Group. Booth: 4432.
NAME THAT PET!
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS/JOSEPH HENRY PRESS
Publishes general-interest science, medical and educational books under the Joseph Henry Press imprint as well as reports for the National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. Featured: Secret Agents: The Menace of Emerging Infections by Madeline Drexler; Storms from the Sun: The Emerging Science of Space Weather by Michael J. Carlowicz and Ramon E. Lopez; The End of Stress As We Know It by Bruce McEwen; A Good Start in Life: Understanding Your Child's Brain and Behavior by Norbert Herschkowitz, M.D., and Elinore Chapman Herschkowitz; From Certainty to Uncertainty:The Story of Science and Ideas in the Twentieth Century by F. David Peat; The Man Who Would Be Queen by J. Michael Bailey; Strange Matters by Tom Sigfried. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booth: 4654. NATIONAL ASSN. OF INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS REPRESENTATIVES (NAIPR)
NATIONAL BOOK FOUNDATION
Sponsors the National Book Awards and educational outreach programs; promotes reading and appreciation of American literature. Featured: National Book Award texts; National Book Foundation publications. Giveaways: trivia questions. Booth: 921.
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Provides sales, marketing, order fulfillment and credit and collection services to domestic and international independent publishers of fiction and nonfiction trade and audio books. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including American Golfer, Anness, Aqua Quest, Bard Press, BowTie Press, Bridge Works, C.W. Daniel, Cato Institute, Consumer Reports, Cooper Square Press, Crossroad, Davies-Black, Derrydale, Diamond, Eclipse Press, Entreprenuer, Greenwood/Heinemann, Hard Press, Hudson Hills, ICG/Muse, Icon/Totem, Inner Ocean, Ivan R. Dee, Kiplinger, Lone Eagle, Longstreet Press, M. Evans, New Amsterdam, J.S. Sanders, New Horizon Press, Presidio, Quest Books, Rand, Rowman & Littlefield, Rebus, Regnery, Roberts Rinehart, Sanctuary, Snow Lion, Sutton Publishing, Taylor, Thorsons, TowleHouse, Vilo, Welcome Rain, Wisdom, YMAA. Special Events: cake at 3 p.m., wine and cheese 5 p.m. (May 3/May 4). Booth: 4612.
NATIONAL GALLERIES OF SCOTLAND
Publishes art and photography books; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BOOKS
Publishes illustrated nonfiction books, including travel, reference, photography, history, nature, science and adventure; distributed by Simon & Schuster. Featured: The Mississippi and the Making of a Nation by Stephen Ambrose and Douglas Brinkley; National Geographic Family Reference Atlas of the World; Public and Private: Twenty Years Photographing the Presidency by Diana Walker; Cradle and Crucible: History and Faith in the Middle East by David Fromkin, Sandra Mackey, Milton Viorst et al.; Last Stand: America's Virgin Lands by Barbara Kingsolver. Giveaways: galleys. Booth: 3848.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Publishes illustrated nonfiction books for children and young adults; distributed by Simon & Schuster. Featured: The Making of America by Robert D. Johnston; Supercroc and the Origin of Crocodiles by Christopher Sloan; National Geographic Extreme Sports series, including Climb and Skateboard; Mysteries in Our National Parks series by Gloria Skurzynski and Alane Ferguson, including Out of the Deep and Running Scared; Inventing the Future: A Photobiography of Thomas Alva Edison by Marfe Ferguson Delano. Giveaways: posters. Booth: 3848.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGING
NATURAL HEALTH MAGAZINE
A part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Booths: 2458, 2460.
NATURE'S FIRST LAW
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS
Publishes books on naval and maritime history, current affairs, navigation, seamanship, naval science, engineering as well as reference, professional and naval fiction titles. Featured: El Dorado Canyon: Reagan's Undeclared War with Qaddafi, 1981-1986; Run Silent; Latitude; USS Constellation: From Frigate to Sloop of War; the Bluejacket series, including Cruise of the Lanika: Incitement to War; Ridgway's Paratroopers; The Hands of Fate: The Story of Patrol Wing Ten, 8 December 1941-11 May 1942. Booth: 4047.
Publishes books and periodicals on Christianity. Featured: The Message Bible by Eugene Peterson; Secrets of the Mustard Seed by Steven Mosley; Renovation of the Heart by Dallas Willard. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 25 or more units. Booth: 4018.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4778.
Publishes graphic novels; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: Kafka's Metamorphosis by Peter Kuper; To Afghanistan and Back by Ted Rall; No Pasaran by Giardino; Penthouse cartoon books. Booth: 4745.
B.K. NELSON LITERARY AGENCY
THOMAS NELSON PUBLISHING
Booths: 2618, 3042.
Exhibiting with Thomas Nelson Publishing. Booth: 2618.
Develops, archives, hosts and maintains electronic book collections for institutional libraries. Featured: company services; product demonstrations representing more than 40,000 titles. Booth: 5133.
NETWORKING ALTERNATIVES FOR PUBLISHERS, RETAILERS & ARTISTS (NAPRA)
NAPRA is a trade organization whose members are publishers, retailers, authors, musicians, gift manufacturers and others involved in the creation, distribution and sale of books and other products that support spiritual growth, healthy living and positive social change; publishes the bimonthly NAPRA ReView. Featured: books, music, videos, audios and sideline products from NAPRA and from NAPRA Pavilion participants; NAPRA Nautilus Awards shortlisted books in each category. Discounts: 50%, free freight; see individual publishers' booths for details. Special Events: May 2: NAPRA Nautilus Awards Presentation & Networking Gathering at the Sheraton New York, Princess Ballroom, 8-10:30 p.m.; May 4: NAPRA Authors Breakfast at the same hotel, 7:45-10 a.m.; NAPRA roundtable session at the Javits Center, room 1E09, 1-2 p.m. Booths: 1035, 2461-2465.
NEW AGE RETAILER MAGAZINE
NEW AMSTERDAM BOOKS
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4611.
NEW DIRECTIONS PUBLISHING
Publishes fiction and avant-garde poetry. Featured: Amerika by Franz Kafka, translated by Michael Hoffman; Selected Poetry by Denise Levertov; How to Paint Sunlight by Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Look Out by Gary Snyder; Morenga by Uwe Timm; Cheops by Paul West. Giveaways: notebooks. Booths: 3332-3355.
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR PUBLISHERS ASSN .
NEW HARBINGER PUBLICATIONS
Publishes trade and professional self-help psychology titles; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Talking to Alzheimer's, Simple Ways to Connect When You Visit with a Family Member or Friend by Strauss; The Daughter-in-Law Survival Guide by Bowditch; Love Tune-Ups: 52 Ways to Open Your Heart and Make Sparks Fly by Honeychurch and Watrous; Beating the Senior Blues by Eckford and Lambert. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2836.
NEW HOLLAND PUBLISHERS (U.K.)
Publishes illustrated books, including lifestyle, craft, hobby, cookery, travel, adventure sports and natural history titles. Featured: titles from the fall 2002 and spring 2003 programs. Booth: 4917.
NEW HORIZON PRESS
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4604.
NEW HORIZONS PUBLICATIONS
NEW LEAF DISTRIBUTING CO .
This wholesaler offers transformational books, recordings and sidelines with more than 42,000 titles in stock; services metaphysical bookstores, natural food stores, specialty stores, church bookstores, holistic health practitioners, wellness centers and general bookstores. Featured: product highlights. Booth: 2478.
NEW LEAF PRESS
This nondenominational, evangelical Christian publisher offers religious and inspirational books and the Master Books imprint for creation-based books. Featured: The Wonder of It All by Steve Terrill; Dinky Dinosaur: Who's My Friend? by Darrell Wiskur; How Majestic Is Thy Name by Steve Halliday; In Six Days, edited by John Aston. Giveaways: Mini Moments for Moms; Glimpses by Greg Whitaker to qualified buyers. Discounts: 50%, free freight, 90-day billing. Booth: 4208.
Specializes in movie tie-ins and trade books on parenting/childcare, health, personal finance; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured: StressRelief by Georgia Witkin; Healthy Dependency by Robert Bornstein and Mary Languirand; Kids & Sports by Eric Small, M.D.; Windtalkers: The Making of the Film About the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II, preface by John Woo; E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial: From Concept to Classic, introduction by Steven Spielberg, screenplay by Melissa Mathison; Adaptation: The Shooting Script by Charlie and Donald Kaufman (based on The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean); Frida: The Film by Julie Taymor; Urinetown, The Musical: Illustrated Book and Lyrics; Our Mission and Our Moment: President George W. Bush's Address to the Nation Before a Joint Session of Congress--September 20, 2001; Tea Chings: The Tea and Herb Companion by Ron Rubin and Stuart Avery Gold; Beyond the Big Talk--Every Parent's Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Teens by Debra Haffner; Mommy, My Head Hurts--A Doctor's Guide to Your Child's Headache by Sarah Cheyette, M.D.; When Someone You Love Needs Nursing Home Care by Robert Bornstein and Mary Languirand. Giveaways: movie memorabilia; screening tickets; Republic of Tea "tea chings." Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Special Events: tea samplings. Booths: 3333, 3335.
NEW MILLENNIUM WORLDMEDIA
Publishes audio and printed books in several categories, including business, Hollywood classics, biographies, autobiographies and sports-theme mysteries under New Millennium Audio and New Millennium Press. Featured from New Millennium Press:To Oprah with Love: A Tribute, photographs by Paul Natkin and Stephen Green; The Theory of Everything (book/audio) by Stephen Hawking; Scorpion and the Frog (book/audio) by Donato Rippelli. Giveaways: samplers, galleys. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 3462.
THE NEW PRESS
This independent, not-for-profit press publishes books of educational, cultural and community value; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured: Giants of Jazz by Studs Terkel; The Condor Years by John Dinges; White: A Biography of Walter White, Mr. NAACP by Kenneth Janken; Fallout: The Environmental Consequences of the World Trade Center Collapse by Juan Gonzalez. Booths: 3337, 3339.
NEWOOD DISPLAY FIXTURE MFG .
NEW WORLD LIBRARY/H.J. KRAMER
Offers books and audios on personal growth, spirituality, self-help, health, fitness, religion and New Age; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: An Instinct for Freedom by Alan Clements; The Buddha by Tom Morgan; Creative Visualization: 25th Anniversary Edition by Shakti Gawain; The Japan Journals by Joseph Campbell; Jump & the Net Will Appear by Robin Crow. Giveaways: The Ten-Percent Solution by Marc Allen. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2748, 2750.
THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS
Publishes the New York Review of Books and Granta magazine as well as books under New York Review Books, Granta Books and The Little Bookroom imprints. Featured from NYRB: NYRB's 2002 BEA Supplement. From NYRB Classics/Collections: complete classics backlist; The Ten Thousand Things by Maria Dermout; Troubles by J.G. Farrell; Paris Stories by Mavis Gallant; A Need to Know: The American Discovery of Secret Intelligence by Thomas Powers; Second Opinion by Richard Horton; A High Wind in Jamaica by Richard Hughes; A Month in the Country by J.L. Carr; Sacagawea's Nickname: Essays on the American West by Larry McMurtry; Looking Back by Russell Baker. From Granta Books/Granta Magazine:The Truth About Babies by Ian Sansom; The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Criminals to Argentina by Uki Goni; London Orbital by Iain Sinclair; The Kick: A Memoir by Richard Murphy; Yesterday Morning: A Very English Childhood by Diana Athill; Granta 77: What We Think of America and Granta 76: Music, edited by Ian Jack. From The Little Bookroom:Historic Shops & Restaurants of New York City by Ellen Williams and Steven Radlauer; Collector's Journal by Dana Micucci; The Index by Laurie Duchovny and Sarah Caplan; The Tea Council's Guide to the Best Tea Places in England by the Tea Council; Here Is New York by E.B. White; City Secrets London, edited by Tim Adams and Robert Kahn. Discounts: first issue order of NYRB and shipment free with direct sales account. Booth: 4144.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
NEW YORK UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly and general-interest titles in politics, current events, law, cultural studies, history, religion and reference; distributes Monthly Review Press, Berg Publishers and Hambledon & London. Featured: 110 Stories, edited by Ulrich Baer; The New Encyclopedia of Judaism, edited by Geoffrey Wigoder and Fred Skolnik; Scottsboro, Alabama, edited by Andrew Lee; The Atheist: Madalyn Murray O'Hair by Bryan LeBeau; The New H.N.I.C.: The Death of Civil Rights and the Reign of Hip Hop by Todd Boyd; Fire from the Midst of You: The Radical Evangelicalism of John Brown by Louis DeCaro; Going South: Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement by Debra Schultz. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 5204.
NIC-THE HABIT ASSOCIATES
This first-time exhibitor offers books and products on quitting smoking and weight loss. Featured: Nic-the Habit Full Approach to Quitting Smoking: A Spiritual Approach to Quitting Smoking. Giveaways: advice on how to plan a quit date successfully. Discounts: show special on hypnotic and subliminal CDs. Special Events: two smoking-cessation seminars a day. Booth: SP245.
MAX NIEMEYER VERLAG
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
NINE TWENTY PRESS
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
Publishes self-help legal books and software. Featured: Drive a Modest Car & 16 Other Keys to Small Business Success by Ralph Warner; IRAs, 401(k)s & Other Retirement Plans: Taking Your Money Out by Twila Slesnick and John C. Suttle; Everyday Employment Law: The Basics by Lisa Guerin and Amy DelPo; Plan Your Estate by Denis Clifford and Cora Jordan; A Legal Guide for Lesbian & Gay Couples by Hayden Curry, Denis Clifford, Robin Leonard, Frederick Hertz; How to Get Your Business on the Web: A Legal Guide to E-Commerce by Fred Steingold; How to Buy a House in California by Ralph Warner, Ira Serkes and George Devine. Discounts: 50% on 25 assorted backlist titles (retail only). Booth: 1022.
This first-time exhibitor publishes general-interest titles; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured: Fighting Finish: The Volvo Ocean Race Round the World, 2001-2002 by Gary Jobson; The Bahamas Cruising Guide by Mathew Wilson; Go Parents! Guide series, including "Mom, the Toilet's Clogged!" Kid Disasters and How to Fix Them by Lauri Berkenkamp; Talking to Your Kids About Sex and Teaching Your Children Good Manners, both by Lauri Berkenkamp and Steven C. Atkins. Giveaways: signed posters of Fighting Finish; canvas bags. Drawings: daily for Household Disasters Survival Kit. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum), see IPG booth for details. Special Events: author Lauri Berkenkamp will demonstrate household disaster solutions at booth (May 4, 3:30 p.m.). Booth: 4432.
NOOR BOOKS CO .
NORTH AMERICAN BOOKDEALERS EXCHANGE
An international book-marketing organization. Featured: Once a Soldier: A Chaplain's Story by Joseph E. Dulany; A Stitch in Time: Baseball Chronology 1845-2000 by Tal Smith; Nurses Know! What Happened to Health Care? by Edward M. Pallette, M.D.; A Prayer Through the Seasons by Deborah Kaiser-Cross; The Travels of Jimmy Pigg by Tom Hynes; Play Piano in a Flash by Scott Houston; Simple Cooking for College Students by Pat Davis; The Story of the Star Hearts by Cheryl Russell; Death Row Madam by Cheri Woods; A Woman's Place: Yoga and Meditation by Wendy Hilsen-Bernard; The Easy Guide to Solar Electric by Adi Pieper; the 2001 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award winners. Giveaways: bookmarks, pens, calendars, baseball caps. Drawings: for gift baskets. Discounts: show special, including free freight on selected titles. Booth: 812.
NORTHERN LIGHTS PUBLISHING
Publishes books and products that help parents and caregivers learn how to use simple American Sign Language to communicate with infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Featured: The Sign with Your Baby Book by Joseph Garcia; Sign with Your Baby Complete Learning Kit (book/video/reference card pack); Sign2Me Music Series, Vol. 1--Pick Me Up (music CD/ASL activity booklet). Drawings: for learning kits. Booth: 544.
Publishes children's picture books, chapter books and young-adult novels; imprints include SeaStar Books and Night Sky Books; distributed by Chronicle Books. Featured: Rainbow Fish and the Sea Monster's Cave and Rainbow Fish and Friends, both by Marcus Pfister; Swan Lake, illus. by Lisbeth Zwerger; Noah's Ark, illus. by Jerry Pinkney; Quilt Counting, illus. by James Ransone. Discounts: extra 3% on retail orders of 75 or more assorted backlist titles (all divisions). Booths: 2432, 2433.
NORTH STAR BOOKS
Publishes books on health; exhibiting with the Combined Book Exhibit/American Collective and the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: Finding the Joy in Alzheimer's: Caregivers Share the Joyful Times by Brenda Avadian. Booths: 2863, 4732.
NORTH STAR PUBLICATIONS/ANT HILL PRESS
Offers books on conventional and transpersonal psychology, health and healing in relation to time-honored spiritual principles. Featured: Your Guy's Guide to Gynecology; Blessings of Being Mortal;. Booth: 2862.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books, including TriQuarterly Books imprint for contemporary American fiction and poetry and Hydra Books for contemporary literature in translation; distributes FC2, Glas, Jannes Art Press, Marlboro Press, Paper Mirror Press and Tia Chucha Press. Featured: His Current Woman by Jerzy Pilch; Improbable Journeys by Robin Magowan; Soundless Roar by Ava Kadishson Schieber; Pacific Tremors by Richard Stern. Discounts: 48% on backlist. Booth: 5301.
W.W. NORTON & CO .
Offers quality fiction, poetry and nonfiction titles. Featured: Star Spangled Manners by Judith Martin; Zuni Cafe Cookbook by Judy Rodgers; Natural History of the Rich by Richard Coniff; Secret History of IRA by Ed Moloney; Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales; Annotated Classic Fairy Tales by Maria Tatar; Victorians by A.N. Wilson; Heaven of Mercury by Brad Watson; Remarkable Trees of the World by Thomas Packenham; Cartoon History of the Universe III by Larry Gonick; The Polar Bear Waltz by Outside magazine; Reflections in Black by Deborah Willis; Blackbird Singing by Paul McCartney; Points Unknown by David Roberts. Giveaways: advance copies. Booths: 3336-3342.
NO STARCH PRESS
Publishes computer books on alternative operating systems, Web development, computer security, programming tools and robotics; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: The Sound Blaster Live Cookbook by Lars Ahlzen and Clarence Song; Linux in the Workplace by SSC (Linux Journal); The Book of SAX: The Simple API for XML by W. Scott Means and Michael A. Bodie; Understanding Interactivity by Chris Crawford; Jin Sato's Lego Mindstorms by Jin Sato; The Book of VB .NET: .NET Insight for VB Developers by Matthew MacDonald. Booth: 2844.