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GAGLIARDI PHOTO COLLECTION
This first-time exhibitor publishes and markets the fiction works of L. Ron Hubbard. Featured:Battlefield Earth 20th Anniversary; The Fiction of L. Ron Hubbard; L. Ron Hubbard Presents the Writers of the Future, Vol. XVII; Mission Earth series. Giveaways: Battlefield Earth leather-bound editions. Discounts: 50%. Special Events: Galaxy Press inauguration party; Battlefield Earth anniversary party; see booth for details. Booth: 4182.
Publishes children's state guides, travel titles and related sidelines in various formats. Featured: selection of state posters, maps, coloring books, stickers, bulletin board sets; First Pocket Guide to My State series (all 50 states); Big State Reproducible series (activity books); Let's Discover Our State! (CD-ROM); My First Book About My State; State Jeopardy; State Millionaire; State Survivor; State Wheel of Fortune; Heroes & Helpers Book; Hero Adventure Diaries; The Official Guide to Germs. Drawings: for a set of all 50 State Pocket Guides (retail value $350). Discounts: free freight on orders of $250 net. Booth: 450.
GARBORG'S/DAY SPRING CARDS
The largest book wholesaler in the U.K. Booth: 3521.
GATEWAYS BOOKS & TAPES
Publishes general-trade titles on spirituality, metaphysics, psychology, science fiction and fine art; also offers related products in cassette, CD, CD-ROM and video formats; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: titles by E.J. Gold, including American Book of the Dead, 25th Anniversary Edition, How to Overcome Writer's Block and Life in the Labyrinth; Consciousness Classics series; The Deep Self by John C. Lilly; Ennea-type Structures by Claudio Naranjo, M.D.; The Master Game by Robert S. de Ropp; How to Write Great Science Fiction (book/CD) by Horace L. Gold. Discounts: 50% on five books or more; free freight on package of 12 titles or more (within U.S.). Booth: 4760.
This division of LongHill Partners publishes easy-to-read, easy-to-use jewelry and gem guides for the general reader and jewelry trade. Featured:Jewelry & Gems at Auction: The Definitive Guide to Buying & Selling at the Auction House or on the Internet by Antoinette L. Matlins. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 3225.
GENTLE PATH PRESS
GEORGETOWN UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on international affairs, public policy, ethics, bioethics, religion and ethics, human rights, political science and language and linguistics; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Pope John Paul II: Prophetic Politician by Jo Renee Formicola; Transplantation Ethics by Robert M. Veatch; Islam: A Concise Introduction by Neal Robinson; Women in Combat: Civic Duty or Military Liability by Lorry M. Fenner and Marie E. deYoung; Learning Arabic Series: Part 1, 2, 3 by Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal and Abbas Al-Tonsi; Who Pays for Car Accidents? The Fault Versus No-Fault Insurance Debate by Jerry J. Philips and Stephen Chippendale; Law and Bioethics: An Introduction by Jerry Menikoff. Discounts: 46% on front- and backlist titles (no minimum). Booth: 5229.
Publishes books on photography, sculpture, the decorative arts, paintings and drawings, manuscripts, classical antiquities, conservation of cultural heritage; art education, art history, architecture, architectural theory and the management of art information; also publishes related children's books and electronic resources. Featured:Robert Irwin Getty Garden by Lawrence Weschler, photographs by Becky Cohen; Greece! Rome! Monsters! by John Harris, illus. by Calef Brown; Seeing Venice: Bellotto's Grand Canal, essay by Mark Doty; World Rock Art by Jean Clottes. Giveaways: posters, buttons. Booth: 4534.
GIBBS SMITH PUBLISHER
Publishes children's books and adult nonfiction on architecture, design, western Americana, nature, cooking and inspiration. Featured:Trailer Travel by Bryan Burkhart, Allison Arieff and Phil Noyes; Toiles de Jouy by Judith Straeten. Giveaways: tote bags. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 4869.
GIFT BOX CORP. OF AMERICA
THE GIFT WRAP CO.
This first-time exhibitor publishes new and reissued children's titles. Featured: titles by Josephine Nobisso, including In English, Of Course, illus. by Dasha Ziborova, Show; Don't Tell! Secrets of Writing, illus. by Eva Montanari and The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith, illus. by Katalin Szegedi; titles by Josephine Nobisso, illus. by Maureen Hyde, including Grandma's Scrapbook, Grandpa Loved and Shh! The Whale Is Smiling. Giveaways: hand-blown glass candies. Drawings: for gift basket with featured titles; crystal gingerbread house. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 441.
Publishes and distributes books on graphic design, architecture, photography, media studies and pop/underground culture. Featured:Life Among the Ruins: Lower Manhattan Sketchbook, Autumn 2001 by Jean Holabird; Broken Windows by James T. Murray and Karla L. Murray. Discounts: extra 2% on 25 or more books. Booth: 4406.
Publishes Eat Smart culinary travel guidebooks for food lovers. Featured: guides to the cuisine of Brazil, Turkey, Indonesia, Mexico, Poland and Morocco. Booth: 3774.
GIRLS LIFE MAGAZINE/ADAM MAGAZINE
GLOBAL ART IN ACTION (GAIA)
This first-time exhibitor is a nonprofit organization that produces fine art, coffee-table photography books of endangered areas and cultures; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: titles by Paige Deponte, including GAIA I: Journey into Vanishing Worlds (remainder) and GAIA II: Song of the Vanishing Tribe (book/CD). Drawings: for a print from Paige Deponte's Elephant series ($1,800 value). Booth: 4757.
GLOBAL BOOK NETWORK USA
GLOBE PEQUOT PRESS
Publishes and distributes books on travel, outdoor recreation and leisure lifestyle activities under Globe Pequot and Falcon imprints; offers literary nonfiction under the Lyons Press. Featured from Globe Pequot Press:Wild Writing Women: Stories of World Travel Anthology; I'll Have What They're Having by Linda Stradley; Montana History Weekends by Dave Conklin; Quick Escapes Las Vegas by Heidi Knapp Rinella; Virginia Curiosities by Sharon Cavileer; Boston Off the Beaten Track by Patricia Harris and David Lyon; Kansas Curiosities by Pam Grout; Insiders' Guide to the Jersey Shore by Lillian Africano and Nina Africano; Connecticut Curiosities by Susan Campbell and Bill Heald; Take the Kids: Day & Weekend Trips from London by Joseph Fullman; Travellers Paris by Elizabeth Morris; Travellers Mexico by Mona King; Travellers Boston & New England by Robert Holmes; Hiking Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park by Laurel Scheidt. From Globe Pequot Press/Falcon:The Golden Age of American Lighthouses by Tim Harrison and Ray Jones; Rendez-vous with France by Jill Butler; The Cheap Bastard's Guide to New York City by Rob Grader. Discounts: 50% on 25 or more; extra 3%, nonreturnable accounts; see booth for details. Booths: 3356, 3357.
GLOVE BOX GUIDES
Offers guides on neighborhood secret eateries and watering holes. Featured:Hungry? New York City; Hungry?/Thirsty? Las Vegas; Hungry?/Thirsty New Orleans; Hungry? Los Angeles; Thirsty? Los Angeles. Giveaways:Hungry? New York City (May 3, 9 a.m.). Discounts: 50% on backlist orders, see SCB booth for details. Booth: 2568.
This first-time exhibitor is a sideline company that creates and produces unique brainstorming games. Featured: Spinergy and other game items. Drawings: play Spinergy with booth staff to be eligible; winners will receive free game. Discounts: purchase of 16 games or more for a cost of $25 per game (regular cost, $28 per game). Booth: 838.
DAVID R. GODINE PUBLISHER
This independent press offers fiction, nonfiction and children's literature and books on art, photography, humor and poetry. Featured:Published and Perished: Memoria, Eulogies & Remembrances of American Writers by Writers Who Knew Them, selected and edited by Steven Golbar and Dean Stewart; New England Days, Photographs by Paul Caponigro; This Time We'll Look at the Falls by Faye Moskowitz; I Love You; The Penelopeia by Jane Rawlings; Swallows and Amazons series, including The Picts & the Martyrs by Arthur Ransome; Rama and Sita: A Tale from Ancient Java, retold and illus. by David Weiztman. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more backlist books (fall 2002 list excluded). Booth: 4068.
This first-time exhibitor offers art and photography books. Featured:Charlie White, photographs by Charlie White; Mattress by Greg Friedler; Lust Circus by Dave Naz; Badlands, photographs by Charles Gatewood; Naked in Apt. 7, photographs by Peter Gorman; Nylons by Uwe Fulleborn; Generation Fetish by Lee Higgs; Wild: Harley Bikes and Babes, photographs by Horst Roessler; 70s Male Nudes: Roy Blakey's 70s Male Nudes, edited with introduction by Reed Massengill. Booth: 2578.
GOSPEL LIGHT PUBLICATIONS/REGAL BOOKS
Publishes trade books on Christian topics as well as Bible-teaching resources. Featured:The Unquenchable Worshiper by Matt Redman; First Place: The Bible's Way to Weight Loss and Choosing to Change: The First Place Challenge, both by Carole Lewis; Moments Together for Couples by Dennis and Barbara Rainey; Intercessory Prayer and Praying for America, both by Dutch Sheets; Victory Over the Darkness and The Steps to Freedom in Christ, both by Neil T. Anderson; What the Bible Is All About Bible Handbook by Henrietta C. Mears; Finding Your Spiritual Gifts by C. Peter Wagner; Communication: Key to Marriage by H. Norman Wright; Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough by Elmer L. Towns; The Jesus Person Pocket Promise Book by David Wilkerson; I'll Hold You in Heaven: Healing & Hope for the Parent Who Has Lost a Child by Jack W. Hayford; Preparing for Adolescence by James Dobson. Discounts: up to 50%; other show specials. Booth: 4015.
Offers new and reprinted promotional titles and publishers' overstocks on art, architecture, cookery, crafts, design and history; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: a full range of adult nonfiction and children's books. Discounts: show special; see booth for details. Booth: 2957.
GRAPHIC ARTS CENTER PUBLISHING
Specializes in regional coffee-table, photo-essay books, calendars, travel and children's books; publishes under the Graphic Arts Center Publishing, Alaska Northwest Books and WestWinds imprints; distributes Whitecap Books, Epicenter Press, Silver River Inc. and Stoecklein Books. Featured:Cherokee, photographs by David Fitzgerald, essay by Robert J. Conley; Alaska Native Ways, photographs by Roy Corral, essays by various contributors; Arctic Dance: The Mardy Maurie Story by Bonnie Kreps and Charles Craighead; God Bless Americana by Charles Phoenix. Giveaways: postcards, posters. Discounts: retailers: extra 5% (10-book minimum); wholesalers: extra 3% (10-book minimum). Booths : 3259-3265.
This not-for-profit literary publisher offers creative nonfiction and contemporary literature; exhibiting with Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Featured:Avoidance by Michael Lowenthal; Heart-Side Up by Barbara Dimmick; Trespass by Grace Dane Mazur; Still Life with a Waterfall by Eamon Grennan; Bellocq's Ophelia by Natasha Trethewey. Giveaways: galleys. Booths: 4132, 4133 .
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
GREAT JONES BOOKS
GREAT WHITE DOG PICTURE CO.
This first-time exhibitor publishes imaginative children's books and videos for kindergarten through eighth-grade students. Featured:Fairy Boat and Fairy Houses, both written and illus. by Trace Kane. Giveaways: posters, tent cards, bookmarks. Discounts: savings on "tryout" selections; free freight. Booth: 357.
Publishes fiction and nonfiction on consensual adult sexuality; celebrating its 10th anniversary; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Sex Disasters... and How to Survive Them by Charles Moser, M.D., and Janet W. Hardy; Tricks... to Please a Woman by Jay Wiseman; The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage by Midori, photographs by Craig Morey; The Lazy Crossdresser by Charles Anders. Giveaways: galleys, buttons. Drawings: for anniversary T-shirts. Discounts: 50% on backlist; see SCB Distributors booth for details. Booth: 2574.
DELANO GREENIDGE EDITIONS
GREENLEAF BOOK GROUP
This first-time exhibitor publishes and distributes books and calendars; offers consulting services to other independent publishers. Featured:The Moon in My Room by Ila Wallen; In the Company of Good and Evil by Ken Power and Craig Winn; The Big Egg by Ron Watt; Basic Music Theory by Jon Harnum; 2003 calendars (four titles) by Victoria Davis. Booth: 3129.
GREEN MANSION PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes literature for children and young adults. Featured:The Joyous Season by Patrick Dennis; The Wonderful Winter by Marchette Chute; The World of Henry Orient by Nora Johnson; Adopted Jane by Helen Daringer; The Gold-Lined Box by Marjory Hall. Booth: 124.
Publishes nonfiction books on parenting and the family. Featured:How to Behave So Your Children Will, Too! by Sal Severe (book/audio/video); Raising a G-Rated Family in an X-Rated World by Brent and Phelicia Hatch. Booth: 4762.
GREENWICH WORKSHOP PRESS
Showcases the work of some of the finest contemporary practitioners in fantasy, devotional, wildlife and historical art. Featured:Mewingham Manor: Observations on a Curious New Species by Edwina Von Stetina; Gods and Generals by Mort Kunstler; Cowboy Artists of America by Michael Duty; The Art of Bev Doolittle, text and poems by Elise Maclay. Drawings: for two framed, limited-edition fine-art prints. Booth: 4259.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4605.
Offers fiction and nonfiction titles; distributed by Seven Hills Book Distributors. Featured:Done in by Innocent Things by William Eisner; One Man's Leg by Paul Martin; The Water Thief by Robert Baldwin. Giveaways: galleys. Booth: 3576.
GREYSTONE BOOKS/DOUGLAS & MACINTYRE
Offers nonfiction titles for adults and young readers on natural history and science, outdoors and travel, popular culture and sport as well as popular health for Canadian and international markets. Booth: 3652.
GROLIER PUBLISHING CO.
Booths: 3045, 4132.
Specializes in literary fiction and nonfiction books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Dispatches from Afghanistan by Jon Lee Anderson; Finders Keepers by Mark Bowden; The Good Remains by Nani Power; Off to the Side by Jim Harrison; Lost Nation by Jeffrey Lent; Twelve by Nick McDonell; In My Family Tree by Sheila Siddle with Doug Cress; The Bureau and the Mole by David Vise; The CEO of the Sofa by P.J. O'Rourke; Peace Like a River by Leif Enger; Personal Velocity by Rebecca Miller. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2732, 2734.
Publishes early childhood educational materials; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:101 Great Gifts from Kids by Stephanie Mueller and Ann Wheeler; Game to Play with Toddlers and Game to Play with Two Year Olds, both by Jackie Silberg; First Art: Art Experiences for Toddlers and Twos by MaryAnn Kohl; The Complete Book of Rhymes, Songs, Poems, Fingerplays & Chants by Pam Schiller and Jackie Silberg; It's Great to Be Three: The Encyclopedia of Activities for Three-Year-Olds, edited by Kathy Charner; Story Stretchers for Infants, Toddlers, and Twos by Shirley Raines, Karen Miller and Leah Curry-Rood; Prop Box Play: 50 Themes to Inspire Dramatic Play by Ann Barbour and Blanche Desjean-Perrotta; The Complete Daily Curriculum by Pam Schiller and Pat Phipps; Creating Rooms of Wonder by Carol Seefeldt; Understanding Waldorf Education by Jack Petrash; titles by Linda G. Miller and Mary Jo Gibbs, including Making Toys for Infants and Toddlers, Making Toys for Preschool Children and Making Toys for School-Age Children. Discounts: 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booth: 2532.
GUADALAJARA INT'L BOOK FAIR
The Guadalajara International Book Fair (FIL) is the largest and most comprehensive trade event for book professionals in Latin America. Featured: information about the 16th annual FIL, with Cuba as the featured country. Booth: 2422.
Publishes trade and professional books, videos, journals and software on psychology and the behavioral sciences, gender studies, geography, communication and education. Featured:Straight Talk About Mental Health Care by James Morrison; When Parents Disagree and What You Can Do About It by Ronald W. Taffel; Parent's Guide to Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism by Sally Ozoniff; Hiperactivo, Impulsivo, Distraido, ¿Me conoces? by Jose J. Bauermeister; Managing Pain Before It Manages You by Margaret A. Caudill; Three Strikes by Stephen Fanklin; Reconcilable Differences by Andrew Christensen. Discounts: 45% plus free freight on five assorted frontlist, 20 assorted backlist titles. Booth: 2373.
Offers books on nature, supervisory management, marriage and life issues; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured: series edited by Ruth Haag, including Taming Your Inner Supervisor and The Useable Cookbook; books written by Ruth Haag, including Honeybees Make Honey and Old Married Friends Advice. Giveaways: copies of Why Projects Fail (May 5). Booth: 2652.
Publishes illustrated nonfiction, practical reference, children's and travel guides. Featured: co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers. Booths: 4954, 4955.
This U.K. publisher offers children's books. Featured: children's sticker books, board books, coloring and picture-story books. Booth: 4712.
This full-service company produces juvenile and educational materials for supermarket, direct mail, trade and mass-market distribution. Featured: company products and services. Booth: 403.
Publishes illustrated nonfiction, cookery, gardening, natural history, lifestyle, home decoration, travel, cinema and contemporary culture; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured: new co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers; selected titles for sale direct to U.S. booksellers. Booths: 4954, 4955.
HAMMOND WORLD ATLAS
A part of the Langenscheidt Publishing Group. Booth: 4234.
Publishes trade children's books; distributed by Chronicle Books. Featured: new line of Blue Apple Books; titles by Christopher Bing, Christyan and Diane Fox, Carol Diggory Shields, David Ellwand, David Bennett, Karen Baicker and Sara Anderson. Discounts: extra 3% on retail orders of 75 or more assorted backlist titles (all divisions). Booths: 2432, 2433.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4775.
HANNECKE DISPLAY SYSTEMS
Designs, produces and distributes permanent point-of-sale display solutions for the publishing industry and bookselling market. Featured: complete line of custom and stock displays for books, magazines, audios and videos, CDs, boxed software, maps, guides and other packaged products. Giveaways: lollipops. Discounts: volume allowances. Booth: 4226.
HARCOURT TRADE PUBLISHERS
Publishes adult and children's trade fiction and nonfiction books. Featured Harcourt children's books:My Little Blue Robot by Stephen T. Johnson; Auntie Claus and the Key to Christmas by Elise Primavera; Will Rogers by Frank Keating, illus. by Mike Wimmer; 'Twas the Fright Before Christmas by Judy Sierra, illus. by Will Hillenbrand; Gluey the Snail by Vivian Walsh, illus. by J. Otto Siebold; Epossumondas by Coleen Salley, illus. by Janet Stevens; Ticky-Tacky Doll by Cynthia Rylant, illus. by Harvey Stevenson; Little Yau by Janell Cannon; Little Red Lighthouse & the Great Grey Bridge Gift Set by Hildegarde H. Swift, illus. by Lynd Ward; Miracle on 34th Street Gift Set by Valentine Davies; Plantzilla by Jerdine Nolen, illus. by David Catrow; Moonbeams, Dumplings & Dragon Boats: A Treasury of Chinese Holiday Tales, Activities and Recipes by Nina Simonds, Leslie Swartz and the Children's Museum of Boston, illus. by Meilo So. Featured Harcourt adult hardcovers:Looking for Spinoza by Anthony Damasio; Lindbergh: Flight's Enigmatic Hero by Tehabi Books; For Spacious Skies by Scott Carpenter; Baudolino by Umberto Eco; The Cave by Jose Saramago; The Crimson Petal and the White by Michel Faber; Blind Man of Seville by Robert Wilson. From Harvest paperbacks:The Nautical Chart by Arturo Perez-Reverte; The Best of Times by Haynes Johnson; As Meat Loves Salt by Maria McCann; Dr. Nancy Snyderman's Guide to Good Health by Nancy Snyderman, M.D., and Margaret Blackstone. Giveaways: advance copies, galleys, bookmarks. Discounts: retail customers (returnable): 48% on a minimum order of 50 assorted backlist books, free freight. Special Events: meet Auntie Claus in person. Booths: 4332, 4333.
HARD PRESS EDITIONS
This first-time exhibitor publishes customized art books and offers consultation and business management for artists; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Out of the Ordinary by Aaron Fink; Working the Grid by David Kapp; Noon Knives by Katherine Porter; The Wisdom Series by Cheryl Warrick. Giveaways: posters, postcards. Drawings: twice for art books (May 5). Booth: 4607.
Publishes series romance fiction (Harlequin and Silhouette), single-title mainstream fiction (Mira Books), mystery (Worldwide Mystery) and men's action adventure (Gold Eagle Books) and a women's fiction program (Red Dress Ink). Giveaways: advance copies, finished books. Booths: 2309, 3468, 3469.
HARPERCOLLINS CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Featured:If You Take a Mouse to School by Felicia Bond and Laura Numeroff; I'm Gonna Like Me by Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell; Getting to Know You by Rosemary Wells; The Night Before Christmas by Mary Engelbreit; Big Time Olie by William Joyce; Scranimals by Jack Prelutsky and Peter Sis; Hunter's Best Friend by Lynn Munsinger; God Bless America by Lynn Munsinger; A HarperCollins Treasury; Abarat by Clive Barker; City of the Beasts by Isabel Allende; Coraline by Neil Gaiman; All American Girl by Meg Cabot; Christmas in Canaan by Kenny Rogers; Boston Jane by Jennifer Holms; And God Cried Too by Marc Gellman; Guy Wire by Sarah Weeks. Giveaways: advance copies of All American Girl, Boston Jane, Christmas in Canaan, Coraline, Don't Know Much About Sitting Bull, Don't Know Much About George Washington, And God Cried Too, Abarat, Guy Wire and City of the Beasts; Coraline marble packs, Abarat watches, HarperCollins Treasury shopping bags, All-American Girl T-shirts, God Bless America Post-it notes, City of the Beasts bottled water, I'm Gonna Like Me badge holders. Booths: 3432, 3433.
HarperCollins is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Caedmon and the 10th anniversary of HarperBusiness. Featured from HarperCollins:Calling My Own Plays by J.C. Watts; Sandy Koufax by Jane Leavy; Among the Heroes by Jere Longman; untitled book on Cantor Fitzgerald by Thomas Barbash and Howard Lutnick; Simple Habana Melody by Oscar Hijuelos; One Man's Bible by Gao Xingjian; Ignorance by Milan Kundera; Roone by Roone Arledge; Bare Blass by Bill Blass; Lives of the Muses by Francine Prose; Six Wives by David Starkey. From William Morrow:The Last Place by Laura Lippman; Coastliners by Joanne Harris; Kisscut by Karin Slaughter; Dark End of the Street by Ace Atkins; Abraham by Bruce Feiler; Diana Vreeland by Eleanor Dwight; Quilting the Black-Eyed Pea by Nikki Giovanni; Hacker Cracker by David Chanoff; Ray Bradbury, An Illustrated Life. From Amistad:Who Shot Ya? by Ernie Paniccoli and Kevin Powell. From Ecco:The Dark Bride by Laura Restrepo. From Rayo:No Borders by Jorge Ramos. From ReganBooks:Tommy's Tale by Alan Cumming; Homesick by Sela Ward; Destiny's Style by Tina Knowles. From HarperResource:Wrinkle-Free for Life by Nicholas Perricone, M.D.; Yogilates by Jonathan Urla; Ruling Planets (For Unruly Times) by Christopher Renstrom; Bobbi Brown Beauty Evolution. From William Morrow Cookbooks:Modern Classics by Donna Hay. From Harper Cookbooks:Perfect Cakes by Nick Malgieri. From HarperBusiness:Trendspotting by Ron Insana. From Perennial:Portrait in Sepia by Isabel Allende; The Simpsons Beyond Forever by Matt Groening; Fire by Sebastian Junger; To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. From Fourth Estate:Unless by Carol Shields. From Avon Trade Paperbacks:A Promising Man (And About Time, Too) by Elizabeth Young; The Boy Next Door by Meggin Cabot. From Harper San Francisco:The Ten Trusts by Jane Goodall; Chasing Rumi by Roger Housden. From HarperTorch: movie tie-in edition of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells. From Caedmon:Dylan Thomas Audio CD Collection.Giveaways: finished copies of Courting Trouble by Lisa Scottoline; galleys of Flight Lessons by Patricia Gaffney; popcorn for Three Black Chicks Review Flicks; postcards for Who Killed Tiffany Jones?; Caedmon sampler CDs; Access New York booklets. Booths: 3432, 3433.
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL PRESS
Publishes business books for the trade, professional and academic markets; distributed by CDS. Featured:The Weather Channel by Frank Batten and Jeffrey L. Cruikshank; The Heart of Change by John P. Kotter and Dan S. Cohen; Geeks and Geezers by Warren Bennis and Robert J. Thomas. Booth: 3562.
HARVARD UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly books and works of general interest in the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences and medicine. Featured:Consciousness and the Novel: Selected Essays by David Lodge; To Be the Poet by Maxine Hong Kingston; Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 1935-1940; Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer by Trevor Pinch; The Road of Excess: A History of Writers on Drugs by Marcus Boon; Paris: Capital of the World by Patrice Higonnet. Discounts: free freight on backlist; maximum 10 units per title. Booth: 3947.
HARVEST HOUSE PUBLISHERS
This first-time exhibitor offers mystery thrillers. Featured:Mengele's Legacy by David J. Weinberg. Drawings: for a portable Sony antishock AM/FM CD player. Booth: SP138.
Publishes general nonfiction, self-help, health and fitness titles; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:The Arab Mind by Raphael Patai; Combat Fat! by Andrew Flach et al.; A Death in the Hamptons by Matt Bloom; The Year of Discovery from Archaeology Magazine; Living with Hepatitis C by Gregory T. Everson, M.D. and Hedy Weinberg; The Body Sculpting Bible for Men and The Body Sculpting Bible for Women, both by James Villepigue and Hugo Rivera. Giveaways: fat calipers daily to the first 25 booksellers. Discounts: see the W.W. Norton booth for details. Booth: 3351.
THE HAWORTH PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes trade books on health and medicine, gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgender studies, herbal medicine, religion, self-help and recovery, and women's studies. Featured:The Big Book of Misunderstanding by Jim Gladstone; Rebel Yell 2: More Stories of Contemporary Gay Southern Men by Jay Quinn; A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust by Sophia Richman; Tyler's Herbs of Choice: The Therapeutic Use of Phytomedicinals by James E. Robbers and Varro E. Tyler; Tyler's Honest Herbal: A Sensible Guide to the Use of Herbs and Related Remedies by Steven Foster and Varro E. Tyler. Giveaways: printed excerpts. Discounts: 46%, free freight. Booth: 3273.
Publishes self-help and motivational books, audios, videos and sidelines under Hay House and Mountain Movers Press imprint. Featured from Hay House:Dr. Wayne Dyer's 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace by Wayne W. Dyer; How to Ruin Your Life by Ben Stein; Meditation: Achieving Inner Peace and Tranquility in Your Life by Brian L. Weiss, M.D.; Getting Unstuck: 8 Steps to Solving Any Problem by Joy Browne; It's Not About The Horse: It's About Overcoming Fear and Self-Doubt by Wyatt Webb with Cindy Perlman; The Angel by My Side: The True Story of a Dog Who Saved a Man... and a Man Who Saved a Dog by Mike Lingenfelter with David Frei; The Saint, the Surfer, and the CEO: A Remarkable Story About Living Your Heart's Desires by Robin S. Sharma; Secrets of the Vine Cards by Bruce Wilkinson; Life Strategies for Teens Cards by the editors of Parenting Magazine; Comfort Cards by Max Lucado; Messages from Your Angels Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue. From Lifestyles Gift Books:Wisdom of the Heart: Inspiration for a Life Worth Living by Alan Cohen; Little Things Make a Big Difference by Laurin Sydney; titles by Louise L. Hay, including The Louise Hay Gift Collection and Meditations to Heal Your Life Gift Edition. From Hay House Spanish Editions: titles by Sylvia Browne, including La naturaleza del bien y del mar/The Nature of Good and Evil and Conversaciones con el otro lado/Conversations with the Other Side. Giveaways: books, cards, audios. Discounts: 50%; orders must include 15 titles from the fall list; free freight. Booth: 3480.
HAZELDEN PUBLISHING AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Publishes self-help and meditation books addressing the issues of addiction, recovery, prevention, chronic illness and personal and spiritual growth. Featured:Working in the Dark: Keeping Your Job While Dealing with Depression by Fawn Fitter and Beth Gulas; Miles to Go Before I Sleep by Jackie Pflug; Sacred Self, Sacred Relationships: Healing the World for Seven Generations by Blackwolf and Gina Jones; Aging and Addiction by Carol Colleran and Debra Jay; Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You? by Margaret Paul and Jordan Paul; Denial Is Not a River in Egypt & Wrath of Grapes by Sandi Bachom. Discounts: extra 5%, free freight. Booth: 3919.
HEALING VOICE PUBLISHING
HCI publishes books and audios on life issues. Featured:We Are Not Afraid by Homer Hickam; Sally Jessy Raphael's Red Eyeglass series, including Bullies by Jane Middelton Moz and Mary Lee Zawadski; Chicken Soup series by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen et al. (five new titles); The Motherhood Club by Shirley Washington and Anne O. Dunnewold; Body Revival by Victoria Johnson; Raising Kids in an Unstable World by David Ryan Marks, M.D.; Live Aware, Not in Fear: The 411 After 9-11, A Book for Teens by Donna K. Wells and Bruce C. Morris; Ravenous by Eve Eliot; The Chili Pepper Diet by Heidi Allison; Susie & Herman by L.B. Smith; Taste Berries for Teens #3 by Bettie B. Younds and Jennifer Leigh Youngs. Giveaways: samplers. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Special Events: reception for Sally Jessy Raphael (May 3, 4 p.m.). Booth: 3968.
HEALTHY HEALING PUBLISHERS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
Publishes books on Japan and Asia for adults and children on travel, history, culture and origami; also offers special origami papers; represented by Continental Sales; distributed by BHB International and Weatherhill. Featured:Otedama: Traditional Japanese Juggling Toys and Games; The Pumpkin Patch. Discounts: 50%. Booths: 508, 5112.
HEMMINGS MOTOR NEWS
HERITAGE PUBLICATIONS CO.
This first-time exhibitor provides consulting services, conducts motivational workshops on self-publishing and marketing for novice authors; publishes inspirational poetry collections and sidelines. Featured:Expressions from the Heart by L. Doretta Kerl; How to Self-Publish Your First Book (package); various promotional items. Drawings: daily for books. Discounts: free freight; see booth for details. Booth: SP257.
Publishes books about the natural history, culture and literature of California and the West as well as two magazines, News from Native California and Bay Nature. Featured:Make A Difference: Your Guide to Volunteering and Community Service by Arthur Blaustein; The High Sierra of California, Poems and Journals by Gary Snyder, woodcuts by Tom Killion; Rondal Partridge: A Life and Then Some in Photography by Rondal Partridge. Drawings: for signed copies of The High Sierra of California. Discounts: extra 2%, free freight. Booth: 5205.
HILIT PUBLISHING CO.
Offers books on Chinese arts and crafts, cookery, children's stories, illustrated literature as well as photography, slide and film production. Booth: 2320.
LAWRENCE HILL BOOKS
An imprint of Chicago Review Press; exhibiting with the Independent Publishers Group. Booth: 4432.
HILL STREET PRESS
Publishes fiction and nonfiction books; offers thematic crossword puzzle books through its Hot Cross Books imprint; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:Sharing the Dream: My Life with Martin Luther King Jr. by Dora McDonald; Music Makers: The Living Roots of the Blues by Tim Duffy and the Music Makers Relief Foundation. Drawings: a NYT crossword contest. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
HIMALAYAN INSTITUTE PRESS
A part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Booth: 2459.
Publishes foreign-language reference studies and ethnic-interest trade books for adults and children. Featured:How to Read Maya Hieroglyphs and Tikal: An Illustrated History, both by John Montgomery; French Caribbean Cuisine by Stéphanie Ovide; Children's Illustrated Spanish Dictionary; Introduction to Pushtu by Qazi Rahimullah Khan. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more assorted cookbooks. Booth: 3570.
S. HIRZEL VERLAG
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
This first-time exhibitor produces educational toy products based on patented unfolding technology. Featured: the Hoberman Sphere; the Hoberman Mini Sphere; Expandagon Crystal Cube; Funfolds Discover Dome; Funfolds Story Sphere. Giveaways: Hoberman Micro Sphere. Booth: 805.
Offers children's trade books. Featured:Three Swords for Granada by Walter Dean Myers; Sense Pass King by Katrin Tchana, illus. by Trina Schart Hyman; Halloween Is... by Gail Gibbons. Discounts: 46% (no minimum); special dating for retailers. Booth: 315.
HOLISTIC HEALTH CARE CENTER
HOLMES & MEIER PUBLISHERS
Publishes scholarly, reference and adult trade books in the areas of African studies, art, biography, costume history, history, international affairs, Judaica and Holocaust studies, Latin-American studies, political science, theater history and women's studies. Featured:Goodbye Evil Eye by Gloria DeVidas Kirchheimer; Red Blues by Dennis Shasha and Marina Shron; War Crimes of the Deutsche Bank and the Dresdner Bank: Office of the Military Government (U.S.) Reports, edited by Christopher Simpson. Drawings: daily for copies of Rudy, Rudy, Rudy by Ron Rubin. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 920.
HENRY HOLT AND CO.
This general-trade publisher offers hardcover and trade paperback books for adults and books for young readers. Featured from Henry Holt:Joined at the Heart: The Transformation of the American Family and The Spirit of Family, both by Al and Tipper Gore; Blue Latitudes: Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before by Tony Horwitz; An Army at Dawn: Vol. 1, The Liberation Trilogy--North Africa, 1942-1943 by Rick Atkinson; The Book of Illusions by Paul Auster. From Owl Books:The Teenagers Guide to Organizing from the Inside Out: The Foolproof System for Organizing Your Room, Your Time, Your Life by Julie Morgenstern and Jessi Colon-Morgenstern. From Metropolitan Books:Natasha's Dance: A Cultural History of Russia by Orlando Figes; The Pity of It All: The History of Jews in Germany, 1743-1933 by Amos Elon. From Times Books:Stronger in the Broken Places: 10 Lessons for Turning Crisis into Triumph by James Lee Witt and James Morgan; Out of the Blue: The Complete Story of September 11, 2001 by Richard Bernstein and the staff of the New York Times; The Ends of the World: A Narrative History of the Second Half of Our Planets Life by Peter Ward and Donald Brownlee. From Books For Young Readers:Alphabet Under Construction by Denise Fleming; Humphrey's Christmas by Sally Hunter; Rude Mule by Pamela Edwards, illus. by Barbara Nascimbeni; Halloween Hats by Elizabeth Winthrop, illus. by Sue Truesdell; The Rudest Alien on Earth by Jane Leslie Conly; A House Called Awful End: Book One in the Eddie Dickens Trilogy by Philip Ardagh. Giveaways: advance copies, blads, galleys. Booths : 3732, 3733.
HOMA & SEKEY BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on Asia; sells translation rights and distributes English-language books to Asia; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Ink Paintings by Gao Xingjian; The Haier Way: The Making of a Chinese Business Leader and a Global Brand by Jeannie Yi and Shawn Ye; Splendor of Tibet: The Potala Palace, Jewel of the Himalayas by Phuntsok Namgyal; Always Bright: Paintings by Chinese American Artists, 1970-1999, Vols. I and II, edited by Eugene Wang et al.; Musical Qigong: Ancient Chinese Healing Art from a Modern Master by Shen Wu. Drawings: raffle for a new Haier AccessPlus freezer ($200 value). Discounts: 50%. Special Events: stop by to have name translated/written in Chinese. Booth: 4751.
HOME BREW PRESS
Publishes planning and design books for homes, landscapes and outdoor projects. Featured:Street of Dreams: Vol. II; Southern Country; European Dream Home; New Home Planner for 2003. Discounts: 90-day dating, free freight. Booth: 4511.
HONG KONG TRADE COUNCIL
ALAN C. HOOD
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO.
Publishes adult trade fiction and nonfiction, children's literature, cookbooks, field guidebooks and reference books under various imprints; distributes Beacon Press. Featured from Houghton Mifflin Adult:July, July by Tim O'Brien; Why I Am a Catholic by Garry Wills; Naked in the Promised Land by Lillian Faderman; Uniforms by Paul Fussell; The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy by E.D. Hirsch; The Making of the Lord of the Rings by Brian Sibley; Guru of Love by Samrat Upadhyay; The Singular Pilgrim by Rosemary Mahoney; The Ends of Mysticism by John Horgan; The Best American Non-Required Reading, edited by Dave Eggers. From Mariner:Grass Roof, Tin Roof by Dao Strom; King of Limbo by Adrianne Harum; Last Year's River by Allen Morris Jones; Hoop Roots by John Edgar Wideman; Time Travel in Einstein's Universe by J. Richard Gott; Common Prayers by Harvey Cox; Coming Soon!!! by John Barth. From American Heritage:The American Heritage Student Science Dictionary; The American Heritage College Dictionary, Fourth Edition. From Larousse:Le Petit Larousse Illustré 2003, edited by Larousse/Paris Reference editors; El pequeño Larousse illustrado 2003, edited by Larousse/Mexico City Reference editors. From Houghton Mifflin Field Guides:Kaufman Focus Guide to Butterflies of North America by Jim Brock and Kenn Kaufman; Birds of Eastern and Central North America, Fifth Edition by Roger Tory Peterson. From Houghton Mifflin Children's Books:Zathura by Chris Van Allsburg; Gooney Bird Greene by Lois Lowry; The Little House, 60th Anniversary Edition and Mike Mulligan and More: Four Classic Stories, both by Virginia Lee Burton; Virginia Lee Burton: A Life in Art; Curious George by Margaret and H.A. Rey; From Dawn Till Dusk by Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, illus. by Mary Azarian; Far Beyond the Garden Gate: Alexandra David-Neel's Journey to Lhasa by Don Brown; The Giant Ball of String by Arthur Geisert; Tackylocks and the Three Bears by Helen Lester, illus. by Lynn Munsinger. From Clarion:A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park; The Three Pigs by David Wiesner; Sing a Song of Piglets: A Calendar in Verse by Eve Bunting, illus. by Emily Arnold McCully; The Company of Crows: A Book of Poems by Marilyn Singer, illus. by Linda Saport; Can You Guess My Name: Traditional Tales Around the World, collected by Judy Sierra, illus. by Stefano Vitale; The Same Stuff as Stars by Katherine Paterson. From Kingfisher:The Kingfisher A-Z Encyclopedia; The Kingfisher Treasury of Classic Stories, chosen by Michael Morpurgo and Rosemary Sandberg; The Kingfisher Treasury Book of Family Poems, chosen by Belinda Hollyer; The Kingfisher Book of Living Worlds by Jerry Cadle; 1,000 Years of Famous People; Bible Questions and Answers; The Moonthief by Roger McGough; Katie & Tom's Busy Day by Armelle Boy; First Word Book, Spanish Edition by Jeni Riley; First Number Book, Spanish Edition by Patti Barber. Giveaways: galleys; posters; bookmarks; copies of When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park. Booths: 3820, 3821.
HOUSE OF LOCHAR
Offers Scottish literature and general histories on transportation; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
HOUSE OF STRATUS
This first-time exhibitor publishes inspirational books and music. Featured: selections from various gift-book series, including Hugs, A Touch of Love, Heavenly Mail and Heartlifters; I Pledge Allegiance: A Recommitment to America by D.K. Webb; Earth Angels: Stories of Heavenly Encouragement Through Earthly Vessels by Susan Duke; For Those Who Grieve: Comfort and Peace in Times of Sorrow by Dennis Jernigan; Pearls: A Collection of Inspirational Gems by Anita Higman and Ruth Vaughn. Discounts: 50%, 60-day net, free freight on qualifying orders. Booth: 3908.
HOWARD UNIV. PRESS
Publishes academic and scholarly books in various disciplines that address the condition, contributions and interests of African-Americans, other U.S. minorities and black people throughout the world. Featured:How Europe Underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney; Global Dimensions of the African Diaspora by Joseph Harris; A History of the Black Press by Armistead Pride and Clint Wilson; Genocide in Rwanda: A Collective Memory, edited by John A. Berry and Carol Berry; The Black Seminole Legacy and North American Politics,1693-1845 by Bruce Twyman; Manichean Psychology by Jules Harrell; The Dramatic Vision of August Wilson by Sandra D. Shannon; Black Writers and Latin America: Cross Cultural Affinities by Richard Jackson; Singular Like a Bird: The Art of Nancy Morejon by Miriam DeCosta Willis; Social Rituals and the Verbal Art of Zora Neale Hurston by Lynda Hill; One Third of a Nation: African American Perspectives by Lorenzo Morris and Ura Jean Bailey; Black Drama in America, An Anthology by Darwin Turner; Pan Africanism: The Idea and Movement, 1776-1991 by P. Olisanwuche Esedebe; Barbara C. Jordan: Selected Speeches, edited by Sandra Parham; Black Ivory: A History of British Slavery by James Walvin. Giveaways: bags, keychains, mousepads. Discounts: 43% on five or more books. Booth: 5226.
HOW TO LIVE
HOW TO PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor offers how-to real estate guides; exhibiting with North American Bookdealers Exchange. Featured:Sell It by Owner & Save: A Comprehensive How-to Guide for Selling Your Home Without a Broker Written by a Broker by Michael M. Kloian. Booth: 812.
L. RON HUBBARD PUBLIC RELATIONS
Booths : 4175, 4176.
HUDSON HILLS PRESS
Publishes books on fine art and photography; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Robert Motherwell: The Complete Prints, 1944-1991: A Catalogue Raisonné by Siri Engberg; In and Out of California: Travels of American Impressionists by Deborah Epstein Solon and Will South; Will H. Bradley: American Artist in Print: A Complete Collector's Guide by Robert Koch; Alice Dalton Brown: Painting in a Clear Light by April Kingsley; Jan Miense Molenaer: Painter of the Dutch Golden Age by Dennis P. Weller et al.; Roman Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass: Vols. One and Two by David Whitehouse. Booth: 4609.
HUGGER ENTERPRISES INT'L
HUMANICS PUBLISHING GROUP
Offers books on adult spiritual development, personal growth, self-help, Taoism, body work and parenting. Featured:Less Drama, More Fun: Your Roadmap to Personal Freedom by Barbara McRae; The Woo Way: A New Way of Living and Being by James Downton Jr. Giveaways: bags, pens, goodies. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 5200.
HUMAN KINETICS PUBLISHERS
Publishes consumer sports, fitness and health books, videos and software as well as texts and references on human physical performance. Featured:Fitness and Health by Brian J. Sharkey; The Baseball Handbook by Bernie Walter; Strength Training Anatomy by Frederic Delavier; Winning Doubles by Stan Smith; The Softball Coaching Bible by the NFCA; Breakthrough Swimming by Cecil M. Colwin. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 3701.
HUNTER HOUSE PUBLISHERS
Offers books on physical, mental and emotional health; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:The Complete Guide to Joseph H. Pilates' Techniques of Physical Conditioning by Allan Menezes; Creating Extraordinary Joy by Chris Alexander; Loving Your Partner Without Losing Yourself by Martha Baldwin Beveridge; Shape Walking by Marilyn Bach; Extended Massive Orgasm and The Illustrated Guide to Extended Massive Orgasm, both by Vera and Steve Bodansky. Giveaways: books, postcards, buttons. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2838.
Publishes travel guides to destinations around the world. Featured: selections from various series, including Adventure Guides, Charming Small Hotel Guides, Hunter-Rivages Guides to Hotels of Character & Charm, Alive Guides and Belles Guides. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 25 or more units. Booth: 3769.
HUSHION HOUSE PUBLISHING
This Canadian sales and marketing company represents more than 53 publishers from Canada, the U.S., Britain, Scotland and Ireland. Featured: titles from client-publishers. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 2155.
This unit of ABC publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction hardcovers, trade paperbacks and mass-market paperbacks for adult readers; imprints include Theia, Hyperion East, ESPN Books, ABC Daytime Press and Talk Miramax. Featured: In Search of America by Peter Jennings; Don't Sweat the Big Stuff? by Richard Carlson; The Sunday Wife by Cassandra King; A Patriot's Handbook, edited by Caroline Kennedy; Living Yoga by Christy Turlington; Happy Days with the Naked Chef by Jamie Oliver; Sunlight Café by Molly Katzen; Nigella Bites by Nigella Lawson; The Can Opener Gourmet by Laura Karr. Giveaways: advance copies. Special Events: May 4: an evening party for Peter Jennings. Booth: 3551.
HYPERION BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
This division of Disney Publishing Worldwide publishes picture books, fiction, nonfiction and series in hardcover and paperback for children and young adults; imprints include Michael di Capua Books, Jump at the Sun, Volo, Disney Press and Disney Editions. Featured:Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident by Eoin Colfer; Be Boy Buzz by bell hooks, illus. by Chris Raschka; The Book of Mean People by Toni Morrison and Slade Morrison, illus. by Pascal Lemaitre; Brundibar by Tony Kushner, illus. by Maurice Sendak; The House Across the Street by Jules Feiffer; Myth-O-Mania series by Kate McMullan; P.C. Hawke Mysteries series by Paul Zindel; Summerland by Michael Chabon; Wingwalker by Rosemary Wells, illus. by Brian Selznick. Giveaways: books, galleys, promotional items. Discounts: show special. Booth: 3550.