| 2003 BEA EXHIBITOR LISTINGS |
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TAHRIKE TARSILE QUR'AN ISLAMIC BOOKS
TAIJI ARTS PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor specializes in children's books that explore the contemporary experiences of Asian-American children and reinforce the value of family and cultural identity. Featured:Lo & Behold and Lo & Behold: Everything But the Squeal, both by Benedict Norbert Wong. Giveaways: magnets, bookmarks, postcards. Discounts: quantity allowances. Booth: SP5806.
TAIPEI INT'L BOOK EXHIBITION
This annual exhibition is the largest of its kind in Asia with more than 300,000 visitors and 1,000 publishers from 47 countries in attendance last year; concentrates on rights exchange in the Chinese-language literary marketplace. Featured: trade show information. Booth: 4900.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
Manufactures family-oriented and educational games and puzzles. Featured: The Ungame; Life Stories; Veggie Tales; Bible Library; MathSmart; It's Bingo Time; Little Blessings. Discounts: extra10% off wholesale on orders more than $300. Booth: 1517.
TALLER DEL EXITO
Specializes in children's books, adult humor, nonfiction and specialty gift books; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured: The Seasons series, including It's Fall, It's Winter, It's Spring and It's Summer by Jimmy Pickering; Great Failures of the Extremely Successful by Steve Young; The Grandfather Thing and The Sibling Thing, both by Saul Turteltaub; A Nation Lost and Found by Frank Pierson and Stanley K. Sheinbaum; Who Asked the Moon to Dinner and The Enormous Mr. Schmupsle, Forever Friends, titles by Barbara Cohen. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 2436.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 949.
TARTAN BOOK SALES DIV. BRODART
A TASTE OF TUSCANY
This first-time exhibitor publishes cookbooks in both English and Italian; imports gourmet-specialty products. Featured:From the Art of the Medicis to the Tables of Today by Carla Geri Camporesi and Barbara Golini; Tempo di castagne/Chestnut Time, Le erbe aromatiche in cucina/Aromatic Culinary Herbs and Un buccone insieme/A Casual Invitation, titles by Carla Geri Camporesi. Drawings: win a pair of round-trip tickets to Rome via Alitalia Airlines. Booth: 1553.
Publishes books and magazines on the art and craft of home living; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:A House on the Water by Bob Knight; Good House Parts by Dennis Wedlick; Creating a New Old House by Russell Versaci; The Workshop by Scott Gibson; Arts and Crafts Furniture by Kevin Rodel and John Binzen; The Homeowner's Ultimate Tool Guide by Sandor Nagyszalanczy; Ranches by M. Caren Connolly and Louis Wasserman; Kaffe Fassett's Pattern Library by Kaffe Fassett; Taunton's Family Home Idea Book by Julie Stillman. Giveaways: canvas bags. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 3737—3741.
TAYLOR TRADE PUBLISHING
This imprint of Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group offers books on gardening, history, entertainment, sports and Texania; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Cowboy Princess: Life with My Parents Roy Rogers and Dale Evans by Cheryl Rogers-Barnett and Frank Thompson; Fat Daddy: A Man's Guide to Balancing Fitness and Family by Lawrence Schwartz; Recruiting Confidential: A Father, a Son, and Big Time College Football by David Claerbaut and James Velissaris; Don't Miss the Bus: Steering Your Child to Success in School by Mary Ann Smialek; American Garden Writing, edited by Bonnie Marranca; Native Florida Plants by Robert G. Haehle and Joan Brookwell; Native Texas Gardens by Sally and Andy Wasowski; 1970s Rock by Frank Moriarty; ADHD: The Great Misdiagnosis, Revised Edition by Julian Stuart Haber, M.D.; Amache: The Story of Japanese Internment in Colorado During World War II by Robert Harvey. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more. Booth: 1941.
TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS
Publishes educational resources for all grade levels and covering language arts, social studies, math, science, technology and the arts. Featured:Time for Kids Readers; Practice Makes Perfect; Brain Teasers; Brain Puzzlers. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1221.
TEACHERS COLLEGE PRESS
Publishes books and videos on education, psychology and women's studies for teachers, parents, educators and general readers; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Parent Guides to NYC Public Schools (Elementary and High Schools) by Clara Hemphill; What Keeps Teachers Going? by Sonia Nieto; Putting the Children First: The Changing Face of Newark's Public Schools, edited by Jonathan Silip and Carol Lippman; Silenced Voices and Extraordinary Conversations by Michelle Fine and Lois Weis; "Dear Josie" Witnessing the Hopes and Failures of Democratic Education by Joseph Featherstone, edited by Liza and Caitlin Featherstone. Discounts: free freight on five or more single or mixed titles. Booth: 2821.
Packages illustrated books on a range of subjects and provides publishers with everything from concepts through finished books, including brand licensing agreements. Featured:Air Force One by Von Hardesty; Defining America, edited by David Halberstam. The Ford Century by Russ Banham; Today in History. Booths: 4746, 4747.
DORA TEITELBOIM CENTER FOR YIDDISH CULTURE
TEMPLETON FOUNDATION PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books on science and religion, spirituality and healing in medicine, character development and freedom. Featured:Faithful Finances 101 by Gary Moore. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 3719.
TEMPLE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books; distributes Asian American Writers' Workshop publications. Featured:History and September 11th; Roy Orbison; Yo' Mama: New Raps, Toasts, Dozens, Jokes, and Children's Rhymes from Urban Black America; Why I Burned My Book and Other Essays on Disability; Press Box Red: The Story of Lester Rodney, the Communist Who Helped Break the Color Line in American Sports; Ending Poverty as We Know It; The Sons and Daughters of Los Angeles. Discounts: 50% on backlist orders of 10 or more single/assorted titles. Booth: 4557.
TE NEUES PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes quality calendars, stationery products and illustrated books; a part of the te Neues Publishing Group. Featured: Architecture & Design Guides, including New York and Berlin; Pool Design; Miami Houses; Ski Hotels; Archipockets; Archipocket Classics; Photopockets, including New York, Paris, San Francisco, Barcelona, Venice, Vienna and Sydney; Metropolitan Special Hot Hotels; New Yorker Dogs and Cats Quicknotes, Cadillac Glamour and Bon Voyage note card boxes, re-designed pocket address books. Giveaways: posters. Booth: 50% on 25 or more backlist books; 55% (nonreturnable) on non-dated stationery products; no minimums. Booth: 4836.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Offers a diverse collection of books to entertain, enlighten and inform. Featured:What Color Is Your Parachute? 2003 by Richard Nelson Bolles; Raw by Charlie Trotter and Roxanne Klein; American Pit by Peter Beinhart; Edgar and Ellen:Rare Beasts by Charles Ogden. Giveaways: 7 Lively Sins buttons. Discounts: free freight on 25 or more backlist titles. Special Events: Tricycle Press 10th anniversary in-booth celebration. Booths: 2616, 2617.
TERRACOTTA BOOKS & MEDIA
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 754.
Publishes books on business, management, finance, investment, current affairs and business technology; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Capital Account by Edward Chancellor; Finance Under Fire by Nick Kochan; Pure Speculation by Patrick Young; Sex, Drugs & Economics by Diane Coyle; The Detective and the Investor by Robert Hagstrom. Booths: 4412, 4414.
THAI TRADE CENTER
THAMES AND HUDSON
Publishes illustrated books on art, architecture, design, fashion, photography, archaeology and natural history; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Henri Cartier-Bresson by Peter Galassi et al.; Seventy Great Mysteries of Ancient Egypt by Bill Manley; Video Art by Michael Rush; Most Beautiful Villages of Spain by Hugh Palmer; The Complete Roman Army by Adrian Goldsworthy; Arty Sex by John Waters and Bruce Hainley; Hip Hotels USA by Herbert Ypma. Booths: 4428, 4430.
THAMES & KOSMOS
THEATRE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
Publishes contemporary American drama; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Angels in America by Tony Kushner (HBO movie tie-in edition). Discounts: 50% plus fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 2637.
THEN JESUS SHOWED UP
THIRD WORLD BOOKSHOP
THOMSON PRESS (INDIA)
This division of HarperCollins offers books on mind, body and spirit; distributed in the U.S. by National Book Network. Booth: 1846.
A part of the Advantage Publishers Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Booths: 3541—3545.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
This imprint of Avalon Publishing Group specializes in books on current affairs, pop culture, music and photography; sub-imprints include Adrenaline Books and Nation Books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:These United States, edited by John Leonard; Las Vegas, America: The Last Honest Town by Marc Cooper; Superpower Syndrome by Robert Jay Lifton; Herbert Asbury's New York by Herbert Asbury; The I Hate Republicans Reader by Clint Willis; The 50 Greatest MCs by Kool Moe Dee. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3638.
This imprint of ME Media offers picture books in various formats. Featured:Laura's Secret by Klaus Baumgart; The Very Sleepy Sloth by Andrew Murray, illus. by Jack Tickle; Gooseberry Goose by Claire Freedman, illus. by Vanessa Cabban; Night-Night, Emily! by Claire Freedman, illus. by Jane Massey; The Very Lazy Ladybug Pop-Up by Isobel Finn, illus. by Jack Tickle; Funny Faces Board Books by Janet Allison Brown, illus. by Paula Knight; Pattern Flap Board Books by Airlie Anderson; Cuddly Cuffs Cloth Books; Baa! Moo! What Will We Do? by A.H. Benjamin, illus. by Jane Chapman; Tom's Tail by Linda Jennings, illus. by Tim Warnes. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1007.
TILBURY HOUSE PUBLISHERS
This independent publisher offers children's books that explore cultural diversity as well as books on nature and the environment and regional nonfiction subjects. Featured:Travels with Tarra by Carol Buckley; Saving Birds: Heroes Around the World by Pete Salmansohn and Steve Kress; Life Under Ice by Mary Cerullo, photos by Bill Curtsinger; The Carpet Boy's Gift by Pegi Deitz Shea, illus. by Leane Morin. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more books. Booth: 1210.
Publishes books on horticulture, gardening and natural history as well as regional books on the West and Pacific Northwest. Featured:Flora: A Gardener's Encyclopedia by Hogan; Tropical Flowering Plants by Llamas; An Illustrated Guide to Maples by le Hardy de Beaulieu; In Search of Ancient Oregon by Bishop; Dictionary of Birds of the United States by Holloway; So You Want to Start a Nursery by Avent. Giveaways: refreshments, tote bags, books. Discounts: 44% on 10 or more front- and backlist titles. Special Events: in-booth anniversary celebration. Booth: 4468.
TIME INC. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Offers a varied selection of books that combine photography and editorial excellence. Featured:Guinness World Records 2004; In Secrets of Style: In Style's Complete Guide to Dressing Your Best Every Day; The Last Samurai: The Official Movie Guide; Life: 100 Photographs that Changed the World; Time for Kids Almanac 2004. Giveaways:Guinness World Record Breaker. Booths: 1452, 1453.
TIME OUT GROUP
Offers city guidebook series, annuals and magazines; licenses translation editions to major language markets; distributed by Penguin Group (USA). Featured: Time Out City Guides (55 titles), including South West England, Cheap Eats in London, Marrakech, Athens, Mallorca, Brussels & Antwerp Eating Guide, Edinburgh & Glasgow Eating Guide; Time Out City Guides en Español (Editorial Blume, Barcelona); Time Out City Guides in Italian (Hops Libri, Milan); Time Out Guide to Eating and Drinking Guides, including London, New York and Paris; Time Out Film Guide. Booth: 2236.
TIME TRAVELER MAPS
T.K. INT'L GROUP
Publishes domestic and international fiction with an emphasis on the classics, crime and mystery genres as well as nonfiction titles. Featured:Failing Paris by Samantha Dunn; The Blessing of a Broken Heart by Sherri Mandell; Beulah Land by Crista McGruder; titles by Morris West, including The Shoes of the Fisherman, The Last Confession, Eminence, The Clowns of God; Adjusting Sights by Haim Sabato; Unto Death by Amos Oz; Wolf Dreams and Morituri, both by Yasmina Khadra. Drawings: leave business card to win copies of Toby Press international crime and mystery titles or Toby Press classics. Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booth: 511.
Publishes manga, video and music products as well as television, film and licensed goods. Featured:Rising Stars of Manga; Initial D; Rave Master; Gravitation; Brigadoon; SpongeBob SquarePants; Jimmy Neutron Cine-Manga; Stray Sheep (children's books). Special Events: in-booth party Saturday evening in conjunction with Graphic Novel Night. Booth: 1537.
TOO FAR INDEPENDENT MEDIA
This audiobooks and software publisher offers language, old-time radio shows, classics, thriller, horror stories and children's titles among the audiobooks available on CD and cassette; also provides more than 150 CD-ROM titles in reference, language and education categories; exhibiting with Audio Publishers Assn. and Publishers Marketing Assn. Booths: 953, 955.
TOP THAT PUBLISHING
Publishes books on India's Vedic culture and wisdom; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Pain Free for Life by Darrell Stoddard; Human Devolution: The Vedic Alternative to Darwin's Theory by Michael A. Cremo; Pancatantra: A Vivid Retelling of India's Most Famous Collection of Fables by Krishna Dharma; Nature's IQ by Hornyanszky and Tasi Istavan; Our Dear Most Friend: Bhagavad-Gita for Children by Vishaka; Bhagavad-Gita: A Photographic Essay by Vishaka. Drawings: for books and prizes. Booth: 946.
Tor publishes science fiction and fantasy hardcovers and paperbacks; Forge offers fiction and nonfiction in various genres; Orb offers an extensive backlist program; exhibiting with Holtzbrinck Publishers. Featured:The Last Days by Joel C. Rosenberg; The Crystal City by Orson Scott; Dune: The Machine Crusade by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson. Giveaways: advance copies, galleys. Booth: 4138.
Publishes illustrated smart guides on postmodernism, psychology and science; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Introducing Postmodernism by Richard Appignanesi, illus. by Chris Garratt; Introducing Quantum Theory by J.P. McEvoy, illus. by Oscar Zarate; Introducing Ethics by Dave Robinson, illus. by Chris Garratt; Introducing Psychology by Nigel Benson. Booth: 1951.
TOUR DE FARCE
TOURING CLUB OF ITALY
Publishes guidebooks and road and city maps; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Heritage Guide series, including Heritage Guide Italy, Sicily, Umbria and Naples; The Italian Food Guide; The Italian Wine Guide; The Italian Truffle Guide; Italian Farm Vacations. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3644.
Publishes nonfiction books with a focus on sports; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Mental Rules for Golf by Gregg M. Steinberg; Potent Quotables series (new titles). Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1947.
TRAFALGAR SQUARE PUBLISHING
This book publisher is also a U.S. distributor of British publishers, including AA Publishing, Aurum Press, Bloomsbury U.K., BBC Worldwide, Carlton Books, Cico Books, Compass Equestrian, Crowood Press, Duncan Baird, Editions Olms, Evans Brothers, Giles de la Mare, HarperCollins U.K., Haus, Hesperus Press, Hodder Headline, J.A. Allen, John Blake Books, John Murray, Kyle Cathie, Lion Publishing U.K., Macmillan U.K., Mainstream, Metro Books, Metro Publications, Oldcastle Books, Orion, Pallas Athene, Pavilion Books, Penguin U.K., Prion, Random House U.K., Reynolds & Hearn, Salamander Books, Screenpress Books, Scriptum Editions, Short Books, Sinclair-Stevenson, Take That/Net.works, Time Warner Books U.K., Transworld, The Women's Press U.K.; also represents A Common Reader/The Akadine Press. Featured:Waterford by Peter Costelloe; Templar's Penance by Michael Jecks; Carlyle's House and Other Sketches by Virginia Woolf; Kids by Mario Testino; Getting in Touch with Your Cat by Linda Tellington-Jones; My Tuscany: The Cuisine and Landscape of Italy's Most Enchanted Region by Lorenza de'Medici; Baby Knits for Beginners by Debbie Bliss; Marvin Wanted More, written/illus. by Joseph Theobold; Mog board books written/illus. by Judith Kerr; ABBA by Jean-Marie Potiez; A Wicked Deed by Susanna Gregory; Lamp of the Wicked by Phil Rickman; Orient Express Travel series, edited by Sandra Harris, including Paris Revisited and Venice Revisited; William by Ian Lloyd; American Indians: First Nations: Native North American Life, Myth and Art by Larry J. Zimmerman; The Savoy Cookbook by Anton Edelmann; Wedding Flowers by Shane Connolly; Julia Roberts by Paul Simpson; Marx Brothers Encyclopedia, Revised and Expanded by Glenn Mitchell; Gershwin by Ruth Leon; Great Houses of Europe by Marcus Binney. Discounts: 50% (no minimum). Booth: 3913.
Booths: 3951, 4219.
TRAVEL PUBLISHERS ASSN.
This group of more than 80 publishers offers travel literature, maps, guides and more. Featured: titles from member-publishers, including Altitude, Aqua Quest Publications, Arbor House, Avant-Guides Travel Guide, Beau Monde Press, Berkshire House Publishers, Car Tours/Audisee, Carousel Press, Château, Corley Publications, Dimi Press, East West Discovery Press, Espadaña, Four Corners, Ginger & Spike, Ginkgo Press, Global Travel Publishers, Glove Box Guides, GreatestEscapes, Home Brew Press, Howling at the Moon Press, Independent Int'l Travel, Infinity, Intercon, Intrepid Traveler, John F. Blair Publisher, Johnson Books, Johnston Associates, Lake Claremont Press, Manatee Press, Michael Brein Travel Guides, Mile Oak Press, Morris Communications, North Ridge Books, Open Road, PassPorter Press, Pine Castle Books, Pine Country, Ralph Curtis, Reefs & Rain Forests Publications, RJD Enterprises, Smart Travel Press, Smithsonian Institution Press, Spin Maps, Swagman, Transitions Abroad, UGoGirl, Vegetarian Resource Group, West Wind Books, Whereabouts Press, Wilson, Windham Bay Press, World Leisure Corp. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: see individual publisher's booth for details. Booth: 2356.
Publishes collections of travel and spiritual writing by world-famous authors and emerging writers; series include country and regional guides as well as women's travel, adventure, food and humor; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:Hyenas Laughed at Me and Now I Know Why, edited by Sean O'Reilly, Larry Habegger and James O'Reilly; Sand in My Bra and Other Misadventures, edited by Jennifer L. Leo; Travelers' Tales China, edited by Sean O'Reilly, Larry Habegger and James O'Reilly; Travelers' Tales Alaska, edited by Bill Sherwonit, Andromeda Romano-Lax and Ellen Bieiawski; Travelers' Tales Greece (updated), edited by Larry Habegger, Sean O'Reilly and Brian Alexander; Travelers' Tales Ireland (updated), edited by James O'Reilly, Larry Habegger and Sean O'Reilly; A Woman's World: True Stories of Life on the Road (updated), edited by Marybeth Bond. Drawings: for a full set of Travelers' Tales titles. Booth: 3756.
TRIDENT PRESS INT'L
Produces dictionaries, desk reference sets, encyclopedias and cookbooks; language co-editions and custom printing available on all titles. Featured: new 2003 edition of The 21st Century Webster's International Encyclopedia (single volume/multi-volume set); The New International Webster's Comprehensive Dictionary of the English Language; The Beginner's English/Spanish Dictionary and Guide to Usage; The New International Webster's Pocket Reference Library; Quick & Easy Cookbook series. Booth: 2449.
Publishes children's trade books; distributed by Andrews McMeel. Featured:The Most Thankful Thing and Merry Christmas, Stinky Face, both by Lisa McCourt, illus. by Cyd Moore; A Dream to Fly: The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk by Lisa McCourt, illus. by Robert F. Goetzl; The Forgotten Forest series by Carol Gaskin, including The Forbidden Towers, The Magician's Ring, The Master of Mazes and The War of the Wizards; Boo to You Too! and Christmas Without a Tree, both by Elizabeth Rodger; The Christmas Bear by Anne Mangan and Joanne Moss. Booth: 4946.
TRUE COLORS INC. PUBLISHING
Publishes books on personality assessment through color; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Peaceful Colors—Resolve and Prevent Conflict Using True Colors by Gail Shapiro; Showing Our True Colors—A Fun, Easy Guide for Understanding and Appreciating Yourself and Others by Mary Miscisin; Follow Your True Colors to the Work You Love by Carolyn Kalil; True Parenting—How to Foster Deeper Family Ties and a Harmonious Home by Kathy Hayward; Meaningful Conversations by Ann Kashiwa; True Success by Carolyn Kalil; Dare to Dream—Inspirational Insights for Achieving a Successful and Fulfilling Life by Curt Marsh. Giveaways: books, booklets. Discounts: 20%, free freight. Special Events: 10-minute mini-workshops; humorous sketches and music in booth. Booth: 952.
Publishes children's books in various genres and formats. Featured:Cool Woods by Jane Drake and Ann Love, illus. by Andrew Kiss; Working Like a Dog by Gena K. Gorrell; From Head to Toe by Janice Weaver; Double Spell by Janet Lunn. Drawings: enter for package of eight spring 2003 books. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1629.
Specializes in literary fiction and poetry written by emerging writers; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured: Annie Finch calendars; Miracle Fruit by Aimee Nezhukumatathil; No Boundaries: Prose Poems by 24 American Poets, edited by Ray Gonzalez; A House Waiting for Music by David Hernandez; Time Lapse by Alvin Greenberg. Discounts: 50%, fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 2637.
JOHN F. TURNER & CO.
Publishes books to span the East and West in areas including health, design, religion, martial arts and cooking; also offers fulfillment and distribution services. Featured:Buddhism in Ten by C. Alexander Simpkins and Annellen Simpkins; China Modern by Sharon Leece; Stay Young with Tai Chi by Ellae Elinwood; Meditation by John Selby; Japanese Children's Favorite Stories by Florence Sakade; Green Mangoes and Lemon Grass by Wendy Hutton; Wabi Sabi by Andrew Juniper; The Complete Book of Pressure Points by Rick Clark. Giveaways: deluxe book bags. Discounts: 50% on backlist (25-book minimum). Booth: 4525.
This record label and publisher produces educational music resources for children, families and educators. Featured: Musical Play in the Box series, including Twin 2500 Pre K—Kindergarten; Twin 2501 Kindergarten— Grade 1:The Caterpillar's Voice, The Oversized, Overripe Turnip, The Lost Mitten; Twin 2502 Grades 1—2:Confi and the Magic Stones; Twin 2503 Grades 2—3:One Small Acorn; Twin 2504 Grades 3—4:Beyond the No-Character Zone. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 137.
This publisher of children's educational materials is a part of Creative Publishing Int'l. Booth: 1228.
TYNDALE HOUSE PUBLISHERS
Publishes Christian-oriented books and products as well as Bible translations. Featured:In the Presence of My Enemies by Gracia Burnham; new suspense series by Jerry B. Jenkins; new fiction series by Brock and Boede Thoene; Thirsty book line for young adults. Giveaways: books, series excerpts. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 25 or more titles. Booth: 3729.
UAHC PRESS/TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC PUBLICATIONS
UAHC is the publishing arm of Union of American Hebrew Congregations and specializes in text, trade and reference books of Jewish interest. Featured:The Torah: A Modern Commentary, edited by Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut; That You May Live Long: Caring for Our Aging Parents, Caring for Ourselves—Jewish Perspectives on Caregiving by Rabbi Richard Address; Talmud for Everyday Living: Insights into Buying and Selling by Rabbi Hillel Gamoran; Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for the Jewish College Student by Scott Aaron; Mishlei: A Modern Commentary on Proverbs by Leonard S. Kravitz and Kerry M. Olitsky; My Jewish World: An Early Childhood Music Curriculum Book/CD by Judy Caplan Ginsburh; A Faithful Heart: Preparing for the High Holy Days by Benjamin Levy. Discounts: on The Torah: A Modern Commentary. Booth: 3724.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
Publishes travel guidebooks as well as mind, body and spirit titles; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:The Lost Sutras of Jesus, Unlocking the Ancient Wisdom of the Xian Christian Monks, edited by Ray Riegert and Thomas Moore. Giveaways: copies of featured title. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3644.
Publishes and packages children's novelty book concepts; offers nonfiction books in various formats; exhibiting with Publishers Assn.(U.K.) Featured: company products and services. Booths: 2510, 2512.
This first-time exhibitor manufactures stretch fabric book covers that are washable, durable and reusable; available in three sizes and various prints and solid colors. Featured: Book-Ease covers; imprinted Book-Ease covers. Giveaways: samples. Drawings: for an assortment of Book-Ease covers. Discounts: extra 10% on prints and/or solid colors. Booth: 2046.
UNEMPLOYED PHILOSOPHERS GUILD
This first-time exhibitor offers a wide range of sideline products. Featured: Great Artists Finger puppet sets; After Therapy Mints; Atonemints; Sin-o-mints; Great Drinker shot glasses; Dorothy Parker martini glasses; silk "poetry" scarves; silk "Freud" ties; magnetic personalities items. Discounts: on finger-puppet sets: buy 12 sets, get 13th set free. Booth: 422.
UNION BUTTON CORP.
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
This imprint of Rizzoli Int'l Publications produces visual books on a variety of popular and cutting-edge subjects. Featured:The Country Music Pop-Up Book; Boards: The Art and Design of Skateboards; Culinarytherapy: The Girl's Guide to Food for Every Mood by Beverly West; Are You My Husband? An I Can Find Him All by Myself Book by Rachel Carpenter; The Houseboat Book by Barbara Flanagan; Becoming a Ballerina by Nancy Ellison and Susan Jaffe; Ancient Egypt: A Pop-Up Book; titles in A City & Company Guide series, including New York Book of Tea by Bo Niles and Veronica McNiff, New York's 50 Best Places to Renew Body, Mind, and Spirit by Beth Donnelly Caban, Andrea Martin and Allan Ishac, The New York Book of Wine by Matthew Debord, New York's 50 Best Places to Enjoy Dessert by Andrea DiNoto and Paul Stiga. Booths: 4144, 4145.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
UNIV. OF ALABAMA PRESS
Offers art and photography, memoir and fiction from Southern writers as well books on Southern history; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Mark Twain and Orion Clemens by Philip Ashley Fanning; Lost in the Lights: Sports, Dreams, and Life by Paul Hemphill; It Wasn't All Dancing and Other Stories by Mary Ward Brown; Women in a Man's World, Crying by Vicki Covington; Discovering Alabama Wetlands, text by Doug Philips, photos by Robert P. Falls Sr.; In the Trenches with Jesus and Marx: Harry F. Ward and the Struggle for Social Justice by David N. Duke; China Marine by E.B. Sledge; Historic Architecture in Alabama by Robert S. Gamble; Cities of Silence: A Guide to Mobile's Historic Cemeteries, text by John Sturdivant Sledge, photos by Shiela Hagler; Renaissance Man of Cannery Row: The Life and Letters of Edward F. Ricketts, edited by Katharine A. Rodger; Beyond Boundaries: Rereading John Steinbeck, edited by Susan Shillinglaw and Kevin Hearle. Giveaways: art posters. Drawings: for a framed print from Discovering Alabama Wetlands. Discounts: 48%. Booth: 2815.
UNIV. OF ARIZONA PRESS
Offers scholarly titles in various disciplines as well as two literature series, Sun Tracks and Camino del Sol. Featured: Desert Places series; Being Chinese by Wei Djao; Return of the Mexican Grey Wolf by Bobbie Holaday; Writing on the Edge, edited by Tom Miller. Giveaways: Desert Places series posters. Discounts: 47% on trade titles, free freight. Booth: 4477.
UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
Publishes general-interest, trade and scholarly books and journals. Featured:Is He Dead? Comedy in Three Acts by Mark Twain, edited by Shelly Fisher Fishkin, illus. by Barry Moser; My Family Album: Thirty Years of Primate Photography by Frans de Wall; The Way Things Are: Conversations with Huston Smith by the Spiritual Life by Huston Smith, edited by Phil Cousineau; Shooting Kennedy: JFK and the Culture of Images by David M. Lubin; Anita Loos Rediscovered by Anita Loos, edited by Cari Beauchamp and Mary Anita Loos; What I Learned in Medical School, edited by K.M. Takakuwa, Nick Rubashkin, Karen Herzig; Zinfandel by Charles L. Sullivan; The Gothic Enterprise: A Guide to Understanding the Medieval Cathedral by Robert A. Scott; The Silk Road by Francis Wood; Assignment: Shanghai, photos by Jack Birns, edited by Carolyn Wakeman and Ken Light; Encarnación's Kitchen: Mexican Recipes from Nineteenth-Century California by Encarnación Pinedo, edited and trans. by Dan Strehl; Alexander the Great and the Mystery of the Elephant Medallions by Frank L. Holt; Jewish Passages by Harvey E. Goldberg. Giveaways: advance copies, postcards, bandage holders. Discounts: 48% on backlist orders of 10 or more books (nine-unit maximum per title). Booth: 4014.
UNIV. OF CHICAGO PRESS
Publishes general-interest, trade and scholarly books and journals. Giveaways: tote bags. Discounts: 47% on one backlist order of 10 or more books. Booth: 4011.
UNIV. OF GEORGIA PRESS
Publishes nature and travel writing, short fiction and poetry, regional-interest titles and scholarly books. Featured:Exit to Freedom by Calvin Johnson; collections of short fiction by Flannery O'Connor; The Colors of Africa by James Kilgo. Giveaways: postcards, other doodads. Discounts: one-time retail offer: 50% on 15 or more front- and backlist titles (trade/short discount combined). Booth: 3853.
UNIV. OF HAWAII PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on Hawaii, Asia and the Pacific. Featured:The Oahu Snorkelers and Shore Divers Guide by Francisco de Carvalho; A Cup of Aloha: The Kona Coffee Epic by Gerald Kinro; Kendo: Elements, Rules and Philosophy by Jinishi Tokeshi; Architecture of Bali by Made Wijaya; Angelwings: Contemporary Queer Fiction from Taiwan by Fran Martin; Century of the Tiger: One Hundred Years of Korean Culture in America by Frank Stewart. Giveaways: coffee bags, pens, chocolate macadamia candies. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 1659.
UNIV. OF ILLINOIS PRESS
Publishes trade, scholarly and serious nonfiction books in various disciplines. Featured:Unlevel Playing Field: A Documentary History of African American Experience in Sport; Long Time No See by Beth Finke; Marian McPartland's Jazz World (updated edition); The Consumer Trap; Wild Echoes by Charles Bergman; Racing to a Cure; Burn, Baby, Burn! A Memoir by Magnificent Montague; The Book of Mormon; Ark in the Park, History of the Lincoln Park Zoo. Discounts: 45% on front- and backlist titles (five-book minimum). Booth: 4357.
UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles; a member of the Columbia Univ. Consortium. Featured:Focus on Living: Portraits of American with HIV and AIDS, photos and interviews by Roslyn Banish; The Last Days of Publishing: A Novel by Tom Engelhardt; Cy Young: A Baseball Life by Reed Browning; A Jeweler's Eye for Flaw by Christie Hodgen; Painting in Boston, 1950—2000, edited by Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, Nicholas Capasso and Jennifer Uhrhane. Discounts: 46% on 10 or more backlist titles. Booth: 4006.
UNIV. OF MICHIGAN PRESS
Publishes books on contemporary political, social and cultural issues. Featured:Water Music by Marjorie Ryerson; Where No Gods Came by Sheila O'Connor; Cities in the Sea: A Story Collection by Maura Stanton; Women in Conflict by Jenny Matthews; School Book Nation by Joseph Moreau; Arboretum America by Diana Beresford-Kroeger; Rogue Scholar: The Sinister Life and Celebrated Death of Edward H. Rulloff by Richard Bailey. Discounts: 46%. Booth: 4072.
UNIV. OF MINNESOTA PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books on a variety of disciplines. Featured:Gone Is Gone by Wanda Gág; Francis Bacon by Gilles Deleuze; Leaning into the Wind by Susan Allen Toth; Clement Greenberg, Late Writings by Clement Greenberg; Built to Win by Leslie Heywood and Shari L. Dworkin. Discounts: 47% on front- and backlist (no minimum). Booth: 740.
UNIV. OF MISSOURI PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books; exhibiting with the AAUP. Giveaways: bags, magnets, candy. Discounts: 46%, free freight on 10 or more. Booth: 2818.
UNIV. OF NEBRASKA
Publishes scholarly and general-interest titles; offers paperbacks under the Bison Books imprint; distributes for the Society for American Baseball Research, McDonald & Woodward and Zoo Press. Featured: the History of the American West series, including One Vast Winter Count by Colin G. Calloway; Forever Fat by Lee Gutkind; Fallen Astronauts by Colin Burgess and Kate Doolan with Berg Vis. Giveaways: advance copies of Secret Frequencies by John Skuyles, Need for the Bike by Paul Fournel; cycling water bottles. Discounts: free freight on one order, front- or backlist (five-book minimum). Booth: 4554.
UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional books. Featured:C.F. Martin and His Guitars, 1796—1873 by Philip F. Gura; Gullah Home Cooking the Daufuskie Way by Sallie Ann Robinson; Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement by Barbara Ransby; Following Muhammad by Carl Ernst; Blue Ridge Music Trails by Fred C. Fussell; Garden Perennials for the Coastal South by Barbara Sullivan; Cherokee Heritage Trails Guidebook by Barbara R. Duncan and Brett H. Riggs; Hugh Morton's North Carolina by Hugh Morton. Giveaways: Martin guitar posters. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4049.
UNIV. OF NORTH TEXAS PRESS
Publishes scholarly, academic and general-interest books; exhibiting with the AAUP and Texas A&M Press Consortium. Featured:Behind Every Choice Is a Story by Gloria Feldt with Carol Trickett Jennings. Booths: 2808, 2809.
UNIV. OF OKLAHOMA PRESS
Publishes scholarly works, specializing in history of the American West and American Indian studies. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1758.
UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles in the humanities and social sciences. Featured:Mall Maker: The Story of Victor Gruen by Jeff Hardwick; Musically Speaking by Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer. Discounts: 45%, free freight on 10 or more backlist titles. Special Events: in-booth reception for Musically Speaking; see booth for day/time. Booth: 1170.
UNIV. OF PITTSBURGH PRESS
Publishes scholarly works in the humanities and sciences as well as regional-interest books; offers young-adult fiction under the Golden Triangle imprint; publishes the Pitt Poetry series and the Drue Heinz Literature Prize. Featured:Where the Evidence Leads by Dick Thornburgh; About Three Bricks Shy of a Load, 30th Anniversary Edition by Roy Blount Jr.; We Fish: The Journey to Fatherhood by Jack L. Daniel and Omari C. Daniel; The Pirates Reader by Richard Peterson; Knowing Stephanie by Stephanie Byram, photos by Charlee Brodsky; Speed-Walk and Other Stories by Suzanne Greenberg; Wanda Coleman, Long for This World by Ronald Wallace; The Starry Messenger by George Keithley; The Dirt She Ate by Minnie Bruce Pratt. Discounts: 45% on front- and backlist; free freight on in-stock orders. Booth: 4355.
UNIV. OF SCRANTON PRESS
Publishes books on philosophy, theology, and the culture and history of northeast Pennsylvania; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:The Undreamed Has Happened by George M. Maloney; The Completion of the Project of the West and Its Romantic Sequel by Patrick Madigan; U.S. Hispanic Catholics Trends and Works, 1990—2000 by Kenneth G. Fernando and Veronica Mended; The Art of Stained Glass, Church Windows in Northeast Pennsylvania by Richard W. Rousseau; African Theology Today by Emmanuel Katongole; Papal Overtures in a Cuban Key by Anthony M. Stevens-Arroyo; Not My Kid, 21 Steps to Raising a Nonviolent Child by Mary Miscarry, M.D. Discounts: 20%. Booth: 2820.
UNIV. OF TENNESSEE PRESS
Publishers scholarly, trade, fiction and regional titles; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured: the Voices of the Civil War series, including Bright and Gloomy Days by Sarah Chapman and All Right Let Them Come by Charles Swift; Blue by Sarah Van Arsdale; Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English by Michael Montgomery; Catfishing in the South by Jeff Samsel; Tennessee Rivers by Bob Lantz. Discounts: quantity schedule for trade titles. Booth: 2813.
UNIV. OF TEXAS PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional books. Featured:Down in Houston by Roger Wood, photos by James Fraher; Dawn at My Back: Memoir of a Black Texas Upbringing by Carroll Parrott Blue; Horton Foote by Charles S. Watson; Big Bend Pictures by James Evans; Las Tejanas: 300 Years of History by Teresa Palomo Acosta and Ruthe Winegarten; Avedon at Work by Laura Wilson; Black Directors in Hollywood by Melvin Donalson; Rocky Schenck: Photographs by Rocky Schenck; Texas Hill Country, essay by John Graves, photos by Wyman Meinzer; The Herb Garden Cookbook by Lucinda Hutson. Discounts: 46% on backlist; free freight (five-book minimum). Booth: 4560.
UNIV. OF VIRGINIA PRESS
Publishes scholarly books on the humanities and social sciences; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Gods of Noonday: A White Girl's African Life by Elaine Neil Orr; Lifeboat by John R. Stilgoe. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 2826.
UNIV. OF WASHINGTON PRESS
Publishes regional, trade and scholarly books. Featured:Northwest Mythologies: The Interactions of Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, and Guy Anderson by Sheryl Conkelton and Laura Landau; Odessa Memories by Nicolas Iljine; Intimate Citizenship: Private Decisions and Public Dialogues by Ken Plummer; new titles on Lewis and Clark. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more trade books (backlist); annual BEA white sale. Booth: 3961.
UNIV. OF WISCONSIN PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional Midwest titles; offers books under its Popular Press imprint. Featured:Voices from the Federal Theatre by Bonnie Schwartz Nelson and the Educational Film Center; Business Confronts Terrorism by Yonah Alexander; Beijing: A Novel by Phillip Gambone; Shackleton by Jonathan Shackleton and John MacKenna; Virginia Woolf's Women by Vanessa Curtis; Sinn Féin by Brian Feeney; A Fiddler's Tale: How Hollywood and Vivaldi Discovered Me by Louis Kaufman with Annette Kaufman; How I Became a Human Being: A Disabled Man's Quest for Independence by Mark O'Brien with Gillian Kendall. Giveaways: sample chapters, proofs, postcards. Discounts: 50% on backlist (five-book minimum). Booth: 4053.
UNIV. PRESS OF KANSAS
Publishes trade and academic books. Featured:Sea Dragons: Predators of the Prehistoric Oceans by Richard Ellis; The Modern American Presidency by Lewis L. Gould; Watergate by Keith W. Olson; Faces of the Great Plains: Prairie Wildlife by Paul Johnsgard and Bob Gress; American Soldiers: Ground Combat in the World Wars, Korea, and Vietnam by Peter S. Kindsvatter; Spies in the Himalayas: Secret Missions and Perilous Climbs by M.S. Kohli and Kenneth Conboy; Oliver Stone's USA, edited by Robert Brent Toplin. Giveaways: temporary tattoos. Drawings: win a presidential bobble head. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4047.
UNIV. PRESS OF KENTUCKY
Publishes general and regional-interest titles. Featured:The Essential Agrarian Reader, edited by Norman Wirzba; It's the Cowboy Way! The Amazing True Adventures of Riders in the Sky by Don Cusic; Song of Life and Grace by Linda Scott DeRosier; Generations: An American Family, 20th Anniversary Edition, by John Egerton; "Sweet Pea" at War: A History of the USS Portland by William Generous; Lucifer Ascending: The Occult in Folklore and Popular Culture by Bill Ellis. Giveaways: seedling kits to promote The Essential Agrarian Reader. Discounts: 45%; free freight on in-stock titles. Booth: 4050.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
Offers trade, scholarly and regional books; publishes the Literary Conversations series, Conversations with Filmmakers series, Understanding Health & Sickness series, Margaret Walker Alexander series in African American Studies, Willie Morris Books in Memoir and Biography. Featured:Great American Writers Cookbook, Vol. 2, edited by Dean Faulkner Wells; The Historic French Quarter, by Jim Fraiser, photos by West Freeman; The Art of Walter Inglis Anderson, edited by Patricia T. Pinson; Fortune's Favorite Child: The Life of Walter Inglis Anderson by Christopher Maurer; A View from the Blind: Wildlife Photography of the Southern Wetlands by Joe Mac Hudspeth. Discounts: 48%, free freight on five or more backlist titles. Booth: 4048.
UNIV. PRESS OF NEW ENGLAND
Publishes scholarly and regional-interest titles; member presses include Brandeis, Dartmouth, Middlebury, New Hampshire, Tufts; client-publishers include Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Chipstone Foundation, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Fence, Four Way Books, Israel Museum, National Poetry Foundation, New York State Historical Assn., Peter E. Randall Publisher, Sheep Meadow Press, Vermont Folk Life Museum, Winterthur Museum, Wesleyan Univ. Press. Featured:California Jews by Ava F. Kahn; Wedding Song: Growing Up Jewish in Iran by Farideh Goldin; A Taste of the Past: A Nineteenth-Century Hungarian-Jewish Homemaker by Andras Koerner. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4008.
U-OCEAN USA CORP.
This educational trust publishes in several languages and on CD-ROM. Featured:The Urantia Book (all formats); The Urantia Book Workbook, Vols. 1—4; El libro de Urantia (Spanish); Le Livre d'Urantia (French); Kniga Urantii (Russian); Urantia-kirja (Finnish); Het Urantia Boek (Dutch); The Urantia Book (Korean). Drawings: daily for books. Discounts: 40%, free freight. Booth: 3700.
U.S.A. BOOKS ABROAD
Certified by the U.S. Department of Commerce as an export trading company; Web site under development for developing and designing new programs for making affordable books in China. Booth: 4600.
USA BOOKS/CARNOT USA BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor is a wholly owned subsidiary of Editions Carnot, one of France's largest publishers; publishes original trade paperbacks targeted at the American experience as well as nonfiction and fiction titles on topics including current events, crime and mystery, the arts and classics. Featured:God Bless Africa by Bernard Lugan; Secrets of the Jews, Book One by Roger Sabbah; Cloud Carver by Michel Goeldlin; Encyclopedia of Jewish Artists by Adrian Darmon; The Irishwoman Coach Four by Bernard Oustrières; Modoc Sundance and Savage Mountain by Sean Belanger; Atlantis: the New Revelation by Jacques Hébert. Giveaways: bookmarks, key chains. Booth: 2048.
U.S. GAMES SYSTEMS
Manufactures and distributes tarot products in deck and book form and educational games. Featured: Alienz Card Game, art by Jim and Bryan Kaelin, game rules by Mike Fitzgerald; Golden Tarot Deck and Deck/Book Set by Kat Black; Historic Early Aviation Playing Cards; Birds of Prey of the World Playing Cards. Giveaways: plastic playing card holders. Drawings: raffle for selection of 35 products to celebrate the company's 35th anniversary. Discounts: show special. Booth: 1857.
U.S. INT'L PUBLISHING
JAMES LEE VALENTINE
This first-time exhibitor is introducing a product for assessing memory function in one's home. Featured: demonstrations/samples of Validation, a multimedia offering which includes audiotape directions, test booklets, an instruction manual, an answer booklet and scoring guide. Drawings: one per day for copies of Validation and professional evaluation of test results. Discounts: special introductory price. Booth: 2458.
VANDERWYK & BURNHAM
Publishes nonfiction books that promote learning and self-reliance including topics on aging and social concerns; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:The Glory Walk by Cathryn E. Smith; Sisters and Brothers All These Years by Lillian S. Hawthorne; Are Your Parents Driving You Crazy? by Joseph A. Ilardo and Carole R. Rothman; How to Enjoy Your Retirement, 2nd Edition by Tricia Wagner and Barbara Day; Learning from Hannah by William H. Thomas, M.D. Giveaways: copies of The Glory Walk and Sisters and Brothers. Booth: 852.
Publishes original graphic novels and illustrated nonfiction books on famed comic book creators and illustrators; distributed by Watson-Guptill Publications. Featured:Edge by J. David Spurlock; Neal Adams Sketchbook by Neal Adams with Arlen Schumer; The Nightstand Chillers by Pat Boyette. Discounts: extra 2% or free freight on one order of 25 or more backlist books (before 6/1); combined imprints and distributed lines; no back orders. Booth: 3952.
VEGETARIAN RESOURCE GROUP
Offers books and other educational information related to vegetarian and vegan diets; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Vegetarian Journal's Guide to Natural Foods Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada; Meatless Meals for Working People. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
Publishes English-language automotive books, including reference, history, motorsport, biography, shop manuals, cars, trucks and motorcycles; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured:Pontiac Firebird by Marc Cranswick; How to Build and Power Tune Holly Carburetors by Des Hammill; How to Modify VW Bus Suspension, Steering and Brakes for High Performance by Des Hammill; Your Expert Guide to MGB and MGB GT Problems and How to Fix Them by Roger Williams; Alfa Romeo Giulia GT and GTA by John Tipler; How to Improve Triumph TR2 to 4A by Roger Williams; Subaru Impreza and Porsche 911 (four vols.) by Brian Long; Fiat and Abarth 500, 600 and Seicento, 2nd Edition by Malcolm Bobbitt. Booth: 1376.
VERGARA & RIBA EDITORAS
An independent publisher specializing in books on the social sciences and humanities; distributed by W.W. Norton. Featured:Politicide: Ariel Sharon's War Against the Palestinians by Baruch Kimmerling; Shooting People: Adventures in Reality TV by Sam Brenton and Reuben Cohen; Gold Warriors: The Covert History of Yamashita's Gold by Peggy Seagrave and Stirling Seagrave; George Orwell and the Betrayal of Dissent by Scott Lucas; The Terror Enigma: Israel and the 9/11 Connection by Justin Raimondo; A Civilian Occupation: The Politics of Israeli Architecture, edited by Rafi Segal and Eyal Weizman, designed by David Tartakover; Figures of Dissent: Critical Essays on Fish, Spivak, Zizek and Others by Terry Eagleton. Giveaways: advance copies. Booth: 4413.
This first-time exhibitor translates and publishes contemporary Japanese fiction; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Buddha: The Graphic Novel by Osamu Tezuka; The Guin Saga by Kaoru Kurimoto; Outlet by Randy Taguchi; Ring by Koj Suzuki. Giveaways: related paraphernalia. Booth: 1842.
Publishes illustrated titles; distributed by Rizzoli Int'l Publications. Featured:Gardens of Costa Rica by Carlos Jankilevich. Booths: 4144, 4145.
VISIBLE INK PRESS
This multimedia entertainment company specializes in Japanese properties for U.S. audiences and offers an integrated product line, including magazines, comics, graphic novels, videos, DVDs and audio soundtracks; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:Spirited Away by Hayao Miyazaki; Inu-Yasha by Rumiko Takahashi; Hamtaro by Ritsuko Kawai. Giveaways: posters, bookmarks, Hamtaro merchandise. Booths: 3747, 3749.
WAI YIP INT'L
WALDMAN HOUSE PRESS
WALKER LARGE PRINT
WALKER PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes a broad range of quality adult and children's books. Featured:The Oath by Khassan Baiev; Edison & the Electric Chair by Mark Essig; One Witch by Laura Leuch, illus. by Steven Schindler. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 10 or more assorted titles. Booth: 4120.
WALLACE BROTHERS MFG.
Publishes hardcover, trade, mass market, audiobooks and e-books. Featured from Warner Books/Hardcover:The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks; Negotiate This! by Herb Cohen; Politicians, Partisans and Parasites by Tucker Carlson; Private Sector by Brian Haig; Why Men Marry Some Women and Not Others by John T. Molloy; How to Meet CuteBoys by Deanna Kizis; Split Second by David Baldacci; Arrogance by Bernie Goldberg; Untitled by Michael Moore; There's No Such Thing as Business Ethics by John C. Maxwell; Harvard Yard by William Martin; Kiss: Behind the Mask by David Leaf and Ken Sharp; Mercy, Mercy Me by Ronn Elmore and Victoria Christopher Murray; A Life in Letters by Margo Howard; The Breathtaker by Alice Blanchard; The Salt Roads by Nalo Hopkins; TheZero Game by Brad Meltzer; America Behind the Color Line by Henry Louis Gates Jr.; Plastic Surgery Without the Surgery by Eve Pearl; The 30-Day Natural Hormone Plan by Ericka Schwartz; The Lazy Person's Guide to Investing by Paul Farrell; On a Night Like This by Ellen Sussman; Hope's Highway by Dorothy Garlock; The First 48 by Tim Green; Animal School by Kenneth A. Tucker and Donald O. Clifton; Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office by Lois P. Frankel; The Promise of a Lie by Howard Roughan; What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Colorectal Cancer by Mark Pochapin; Acts of God by James BeauSeigneur. From Warner Faith/Hardcover:Maggie's Miracle by Karen Kingsbury; It's More Than the Music by Bill Gaither; 101 Most Powerful Promises in the Bible by Steve and Lois Rabey; How to Hear from God by Joyce Meyer; Beside Every Good Man by Serita Ann Jakes; Starting Your Day Right by Joyce Meyer; Loving God Up Close by Calvin Miller. From Warner Faith/Trade:Talking Donkeys and Wheels of Fire by J. Stephan Lang; The Eye by Robert Wise. From Mysterious Press/Hardcover:Aphrodite by Russell Andrews; Confessions of a Deathmaiden by Ruth Francisco; Dead Heat by Caroline Carver; The Jupiter Myth by Lindsey Davis; Gatekeeper by Archer Mayor; Heat Shock by Robert Greer; The Con Man's Daughter by Ed Dee; Death of a Poison Pen by M.C. Beaton. From Aspect/Hardcover:Midnight Harvest by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro; The Elder Gods by David and Leigh Eddings; Dark Matter: Beyond Infinity by Greg Benford. From Aspect/Trade:A Yuletide Universe, edited by Brian M. Thomsen. From Warner Books/Trade:I Hate This Place by Jimmy and Gloria Fallon; Be Like Water by Joseph Cardillo; Rich Dad Success Stories by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter; The Great Husband Hunt by Laurie Graham; Papa Rico, Papa Pobre by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter; Fat Girls in Lawn Chairs by Cheryl Peck; The Frantic Woman's Almanac by Mary Jo Rulnick and Judith Burnett Schneider; The Little Book of Strength Training by Erika Dillman; Kathy Smith's Flex Appeal by Kathy Smith. From Warner Books/Mass Market:The Crush by Sandra Brown; Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar; Mother Road by Dorothy Garlock; Heart of the Night by Barbara Delinsky; The Heartbreaker by Carly Phillips. From Warner Vision/Mass Market:Chasing the Dime by Michael Connelly; Four Blind Mice by James Patterson; Reversible Errors by Scott Turow; The Black Ice by Michael Connelly; The Fifth Angel by Tim Green. Giveaways: advance copies. Booths: 1436, 1437.
Specializes in books on the fine arts and art instruction, photography, music, theatre, film, interior design, architecture, graphic design, popular culture, music and film titles, style and crafts, children's titles; imprints include Billboard Books, Amphoto Books, and Whitney Library of Design. Featured:Manga Mania Fantasy Worlds and Police Pups, both by Christopher Hart; Mary Gilliat's Great Renovations by Mary Gilliat; Gardens for the New Country Place by Paul Bennett; Impressionist Watercolor Painting by Lee Boynton and Linda Gottlieb; Crafting the Perfect Wedding by Anita Louise Crane; Art of Metal Clay by Sherri Haab; Femme Digitale by Michael Burns; Art of Lionel Trains by Roger Carp; Beauty Trix for Cool Chix by Caroline Naylor. Giveaways: posters The Crocodile's True Colors by Eva Montanari. Discounts: extra 2% or free freight on one order of 25 or more backlist books (before 6/1); combined imprints and distributed lines; no back orders. Booths: 3952, 3953.
Publishes books on Asia and the Pacific; offers fulfillment services; distribution clients include Dakini Books, Heian Int'l, Hollym Books, Luzac Oriental, Orchid Press, Pelanduk Publishing, Red Moon Press, R. Ian Lloyd, Shufunotomo, Tankosha, Windhorse. Featured:Taekwondo by Marc Tedeschi; A World of Decent Dreams: Vietnam Images by Ellen Kaplowitz and Jeffrey Hantover; Spa Style Asia, edited by Timothy Auger and Marilyn Seow; In Pursuit of Heavenly Harmony: Paintings and Calligraphy of Bada Shanren by Joseph Chiang and Qianshen Bai; Bollywood by Lalit Mohan Joshi; The Chinese Collection: Selected Works from the Norton Museum of Art by John Finlay; Living and Dying in Zazen by Arthur Braverman; Spirit of Tea by Sen Soshitsu XV; Birth of Form: Early Chinese Ceramics at the Museum of Applied Arts Frankfurt by Stephan Graf der Schulenberg and Rainald Simon. Discounts: 50%. Booths: 4250, 4251, 4356, 4362.
S. WEBB & SON
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
This four-color printer and book manufacturer specializes in perfect, saddle-stitched, wire spiral and plastic spiral binding formats; other binding types and outsourcing available upon request; serves the educational, religious and trade book markets. Featured: company services and products. Booth: 451.
WEBSTER WHOLESALE BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor offers a wide range of remainder and overstock titles. Featured: stock samples. Booth: 2126.
This imprint of Welcome Enterprises publishes and packages illustrated books; distributed by Andrews McMeel. Featured:Buddha; The Little Big Book for Brides, edited by Katrina Fried and Lena Tabori; The Christmas Almanac by Lena Tabori and Natasha Tabori Fried; Vintage San Francisco. Giveaways: tote bags. Drawings: for a signed, numbered print of a photograph from Buddha ($2,500 value). Booth: 4936.
WELCOME RAIN PUBLISHERS
Publishes literary fiction and nonfiction; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:The Tao of Bada Bing! Words of Wisdom from The Sopranos by David Chase; Ruminations by Krist Parker (aka KRS-One); Deep in a Dream: The Long Night of Chet Baker by James Gavin. Giveaways: books, posters, CDs. Booth: 1845.
WELDON OWEN PUBLISHING
This packager and publisher produces illustrated books and reference guides for the U.S. and international markets; also offers books under the Fog City Press imprint. Featured Weldon Owen:Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Grilling; Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Baking; Cooking at Home with the Culinary Institute of America; Williams-Sonoma Kids Baking; Williams-Sonoma Christmas; Children's Visual World Atlas; The Illustrated World Atlas; How to Buy and Sell Everything; The Body Shop Body Care Manual; Pottery Barn Design Library. From Fog City Press:Williams-Sonoma Taste Desserts; Trends Perfect Home/Trends Perfect Kitchen; Over America; Weatherwatching; Essential Gardening. Booths: 1674, 1675.
WELSH BOOK COUNCIL
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
WE R MEMORY KEEPERS
WESLEYAN UNIV. PRESS
Publishes titles in poetry, dance, music/culture, American studies, science fiction classics; exhibiting with the Univ. Press of New England. Featured:Eyeshot by Heather McHugh; Envisioning the Future: Science Fiction and the Next Millennium by Marleen Barr; False Prophet: Fieldnotes from the Punk Underground by Steven Taylor. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4008.
DAVID WEST CHILDREN'S BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor is a U.K.—based packaging company specializing in illustrated children's information books for the international market. Booth: 2548.
WEST COAST BARGAIN BOOKS
Offers general-interest and children's remainder books as well as computer books. Featured: company products/samples and services. Drawings: win a basket of Northwest gourmet specialties. Booth: 2016.
This first-time exhibitor offers publishing and marketing expertise, specializing in books on mental health and children's etiquette as well as special-interest projects; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Street Crazy, America's Mental Health Traged y by Stephen B. Seager, M.D.; Freudian Fraud, The Malignant Effect of Freud's Theory on American Thought and Culture by E. Fuller Torrey, M.D.; The Roots of Treason, Ezra Pound and the Secret of St. Elizabeth's by E. Fuller Torrey, M.D.; Disneyland, The Nickel Tour by Bruce Gordon and David Mumford; A Brush with Disney, An Artist's Journey by Herbert Dickens Ryman; Walt's Time by Richard Sherman and Robert Sherman; You've Got Manners, Youthful Dining Etiquette by Louise Elerding; Magic in the Mud by Gerald Crawford. Discounts: free freight (U.S. only). Booth: 850.
WEST END PRESS
Publishes poetry, fiction and drama and books with attention to social and political questions while focusing on working-class and multicultural literature. Featured: play volumes by Cheríe Moraga, including The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea, Heart of the Earth: A Popul Vuh Story, Watsonville: Some Place Not Here and A Circle in the Dirt: El Pueblo de East Palo Alto; Walker Woman and Shulamith, poetry titles by Julia Stein. Discounts: 30%. Booth: SP5619.
WESTMINSTER JOHN KNOX PRESS
Publishes religious books and resources for academic, church and general audiences. Featured:Street-Smart Ethics by Clinton W. McLemore; The Gospel According to Harry Potter by Connie W. Neal; The Gospel According to Tolkien by Ralph C. Wood. Giveaways: samplers. Discounts: 45% and free freight or 50%. Booth: 3811.
A member of the Perseus Books Group. Featured:King of Fish: The Thousand-Year Fall of the Salmon by David R. Montgomery; Act of Creation: The Founding of the United Nations by Stephen Schlesinger. Giveaways: advance copies. Booths: 4452, 4453.
WEST WIND BOOKS
Publishes award-winning books on mature, single travelers; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Britain on Your Own: A Guide for Single Mature Travelers by Dorothy Maroncelli. Discounts: 40%. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
Publishes collections of travel short stories written by native authors; distributed by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution. Featured: Literary Traveler's Companions series (new titles), including Spain, Chile and Italy. Discounts: 50% plus fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 2642.
WHITE CLOUD PRESS
Distributed by SCB Distributors. Booth: 2436.
ALBERT WHITMAN & CO.
Offers children's books, preschool to grade eight. Featured:Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine; The Barking Mouse by Antonio Sacre; The Seven Chinese Sisters by Kathy Tucker. Giveaways: posters, bookmarks, postcards. Discounts: show special. Booth: 1307.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
MICHAEL WIESE PRODUCTIONS
Publishes professional film books; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Script Partners: What Makes Film and TV Writing Teams Work by Claudia Johnson and Matt Stevens; Digital Moviemaking: All the Skills, Technique, and Moxie You'll Need to Turn Your Passion Into a Career by Scott Billups. Booth: 1853.
MICHAEL WILCOX SCHOOL OF COLOR PUBLISHING
Publishes books and maps with a focus on California and the Western states. Featured:Sequoia National Park, A Complete Hiker's Guide by Michael C. White; Camping and Backpacking the San Francisco Bay Area by Matt Heid; Meditations of Henry David Thoreau: A Light in the Woods, compiled and edited by Chris Highland; Backpacking Arizona, From Deep Canyons to Sky Islands by Bruce Grubbs; Trail Runner's Guide: San Francisco Bay Area by Jessica Lage. Discounts: 47%, free freight (no minimum). Booth: 4474.
WILD GOOSE CO.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 854.
JOHN WILEY & SONS
Publishing in traditional and electronic formats for the trade, professional, scientific and technical marketplaces; includes For Dummies, Jossey-Bass, Frommer's, Betty Crocker, CliffsNotes, Visual, Webster's New World, J.K. Lasser, Howell Book House, Redhat Press, Pfeiffer, Capstone and Audel brand lines. Featured:The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz; Cooking at Home with the Culinary Institute of America; Women Win the Right to Vote by Eleanor Clift; The House of Klein: America's Last Great Designer; Balanced Brain, Balanced Body; The Viagra Myth; Authentic Leadership; Better Crocker's 4-Ingredient Dinners; The Slow Mediterranean Kitchen: Recipes for the Passionate Cook; Making Dough: The 12 Secret Ingredients of Krispy Kreme's Sweet Success. Giveaways: copies of Bookselling for Dummies; BEA-sponsored Frommer's Guide to L.A; luggage tags; CliffsNotes lion. Drawings: win the Dummies Superstar Library set or "pick six" daily. Special Events: in-booth photo sessions with the Dummies Man. Booths: 1237, 1337.
Offers hands-on activity learning books in science and nature, arts and crafts, cooking, social studies and more. Featured:Fizz, Bubble & Flash by Anita Brandolini; Early Learning Skill Builders by Mary Tomczyk; Kids' Easy Bike Care by Steve Cole; Incredibly Fun Crafts by Roberta Gould; The Lewis & Clark Expedition by Carol A. Johmann. Giveaways: buttons. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 20 or more books. Special Events: 20th anniversary celebration mid-afternoon daily. Booth: 1413.
WILLOW CREEK PRESS
Offers books, calendars and other-related stationery items with a focus on nature, pets, wildlife, outdoors, hunting, fishing and gardening. Featured:A Gardener's Guide to Frost by Philip Harnden; What Puppies Teach Us: Life's Lessons Learned from Our Little Friends by Glenn Dromgoole; Just Kids: Pictures, Poems & Other Silly Animal Stuff Just for Kids! by Bonnie Louise Kuchler; A Garden of Cats by Del Greger. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 15 or more books. Booth: 2703.
WILSON & ASSOCIATES PUBLISHING SERVICES
This first-time exhibitor provides sales, marketing, order fulfillment and subsidiary rights sales support to a variety of U.S. and international publishers, including Orsa Press, Scottish Cultural Press, Scottish Children's Press, Whittles, Studium Press, Wessex House and Shea. Featured:Alone in the Wilderness by Mike Tomkies; The Cairngorm Gateway by Ann Glen; Scottish Literature in the Twentieth Century, edited by David McCordick; Toffee at Home on the Farm by Marghanita Hughes; Breaking the Code by Twyman Towery; Tiger Boogie by Kevin Taylor. Booth: SP5901.
NEIL WILSON PUBLISHING
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.) Booth: 1374.
WINDHAM BAY PRESS
WINDSOR HOUSE PUBLICATIONS
WINE APPRECIATION GUILD
WINGS OF ANGELS PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor publishes inspirational books and audio recordings. Featured books:The Incredible Sex and Popcorn Diet and To Be a Graceful Giant, both by Bob Litchfield. Featured audios:Creating Love that Lasts a Lifetime, How to Create More Intimacy in Your Life, Living a Life of Courage, Overcoming Cynicism, and Radiating Hope, Freeing Yourself from Slavery to Anger, titles by Bob Litchfield. Drawings: for "love basket." Booth: SP5617.
WINKING MOON PRESS
Publishes book on Buddhism; distributed by the National Book Network. Featured:Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner; Compassionate Life by Tenzin Gvatso, HH the Dalai Lama; Journey to Mindfulness by Bhante Henepola Gunaratana; Wisdom of Listening by Mark Brady; Karmapa by Lea Terhune; Great Awakening by David Loy; New Social Face of Buddhism by Ken Jones; Prince Siddhartha by Jon Landaw; Becoming the Compassion Buddha by Lama Yeshe; Beside Still Waters: Jews, Christians & the Buddha's Way by Harold Kasimow. Booth: 1838.
WIZARDS OF THE COAST
Offers a full line of fantasy novels and role-playing games. Featured:The Thousand Orcs and The Lone Drow, both by R.A. Salvatore; Night of Blood by Richard A. Knaak; Windwalker by Elaine Cunningham; Condemnation by Richard Baker; Dissolution by Richard Lee Byers; Insurrection by Thomas M. Reid; A Rumor of Dragons and Night of the Dragons, both by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman; D&D Player's Handbook 3.5; D&D Dungeon Master's Guide 3.5; D&D Monster Manual 3.5. Giveaways: point-of purchase items, advance copies. Booth: 4061.
This first-time exhibitor publishes Alaska-themed books and represents other small regional presses. Featured:Dragline Kid; Gold Rush Runaway; Raven's Prey; O Rugged Land of Gold; A World Apart; Kid'sGuide to Common Alaska Critters; Native People of Alaska; Seasons of Alaska. Giveaways: catalogues. Discounts: extra 5%; free postage for orders over $500. Booth: SP5615.
Publishes children's books, toys, building blocks sets, specialty toys and Advent calendars. Featured: Touch & Feel Building Blocks; Doll House Building Blocks; My Circus Wagon; Let's Play Drums Building Blocks; Sleepy-time Board Books. Discounts: special freight allowance on orders of $250 or more. Booth: 1829.
WONDERFUL CARD & POSTER CO.
WORDS DISTRIBUTING CO.
This full-service distributor represents 45 independent publishers providing sales, marketing, order fulfillment and customer support through the U.S. and Canada. Featured: titles from member publishers, including Ashgrove, Avocet Press, BelleTress Books, Bluestar, Bramble Books, Down There Press, Eating Fresh Publications, Fons Vitae, Free Will Press, The Golden Sufi Center, Greatest Escapes Publishing, Hayward Books, Healthy Healing Publications, InnerDirections, Keep It Simple Books/Zen Meditation Center, Lao Tse Press, Mandala, Maypop, Moment Point Press, Moon Mountain, Napoleon, New Victoria Publishers, Northstone, Paradigm Publications, Phanes Press, Phoenix, Present Perfect Books, Quantum Institute, RendezVous Press, Sentient Publications, Siddha Yoga Publications, Silverback Books, Simply Read Books, Spinsters Ink, Studio 9 Books, UglyTown, University Games, White Cliffs Media, Wingbow Press, Wood Lake Books, Woodley & Watts, World Wisdom, Yellow Moon Press. Giveaways: samplers. Discounts: 50% on 25 or more units (front- and backlist). Special Events: May 31: party sponsored by mystery publisher UglyTown and cookbook publisher Silverback; see booth for details. Booths: 2320, 2321.
WORKMAN PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes general-interest trade titles in how-to, children's, pregnancy and childcare, cookbook, humor, gardening and calendar lines. Featured:Celebrate by Sheila Lukins; The S Factor: Stripping Workouts for the Everyday Woman by Sheila Kelley; We Hold These Truths, edited by Norman Lear et al.; Back on the Ball by Elaine Petrone; The G.I. (Glycemic Index) Diet by Rick Gallop; Brain Quest Presidents; What to Expect When You're Expecting: The Caregiver's Manual by Heidi Murkoff; What to Expect When You're Expecting: First Year (revised) by Heidi Murkoff et al.; The Ladder of Givin g by Julie Salamon; How to Remodel a Man by Bruce Cameron; Knit, Purl, Grrrl by Debbie Stoller; Owl Puke by Jane Hammerslough; Sound of One Thigh Clapping by Meredith Clair; One Small Step: The Art of Kaizen by Robert Mauer; Duct Tape Halloween by Jim and Tim; Dinosaurs Fandex; Before You Were Big by Jennifer Davis and Laura Cornell; I Had Brain Surgery, What's Your Excuse? by Suzy Becker; Forcing, etc. by Katherine Whiteside; Squiggly Wigglys by Elizabeth Koda-Callan; Supercat to the Rescue by Pascal Lemaitre and Kate McMullan. Giveaways: bags, posters. Discounts: 50%, prepacks; 50%, backlist (100 units or more). Booths: 737, 837.
WORLD ALMANAC BOOKS
This division of World Almanac Education Group publishes popular reference books. Featured:The World Almanac 2004; The World Almanac for Kids 2004. Booth: 4156.
WORLD FAMOUS CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 956.
This weekly news magazine features national and international news, book, music and movie reviews, cartoons, editorials and columns from reporters and editors who share a biblical perspective. Featured: magazine samples. Drawings: for free subscription; to win an autographed copy of The Last Jihad by Joel Rosenberg. Booth: 3725.
WORLD OF EDWARD GOREY
Offers a wide range of remainder and promotional titles. Featured:Ultimate Grill Book; Masterpieces of American Painting; Norman Rockwell Christmas Treasury; Chronicles of the Civil War; History of the Presidents. Giveaways: badge holders. Booths: 2000, 2001.
WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHER
WORLD WIDE BOOK DISTRIBUTION
This first-time exhibitor provides storage, order fulfillment and distribution throughout the U.K., Europe and the rest of the world. Featured: company services. Booth: 2508.
WORLD WIDE MAIL
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
This imprint of Kalmbach Trade Press offers reference materials and how-to books in the writing field; distributed by Watson-Guptill Publications. Featured:The Writer's Handbook 2004 by Elfrieda Abbe; Jeff Herman's Guide to Book Publishers, Editors, and Literary Agents, 2004 Edition by Jeff Herman. Discounts: extra 2% or free freight on one order of 25 or more backlist books (prior 6/1); combined imprints and distributed lines; no back orders. Booth: 3952.
WRITER'S DIGEST BOOKS
Exhibiting with F&W Publications. Booth: 4741.
WRITING FOR THE LORD MINISTRIES
WRITINGS OF MARY BAKER EDDY
Offers books by author Mary Baker Eddy. Featured:Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures; Mary Baker Eddy Speaking for Herself; Inspiration for Life's Relationships; www.spirituality.com. Giveaways: books, CDs. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 2042.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books in the humanities, art, social sciences and science. Featured:The Founding Fathers by Gore Vidal; Benjamin Franklin by Edmund Morgan; The Encyclopedia of Ireland, edited by Brian Lalor; Chip Kidd by Veronique Vienne; The Greek Gods by Mary Lefkowitz; Shocking!The Art and Fashion of Elsa Schiaparelli by Dilys Blum; No Fixed Points: Dance in the Twentieth Century by Nancy Reynolds. Giveaways: galleys, blads, tote bags. Discounts: show special backlist offer: 40%, text titles (limit 10 per title); 46%, trade/scholarly titles; free freight. Special Events: May 31: party celebrating the publication of The Encyclopedia of Ireland. Booth: 4347.
YELLOW MOON PRESS
Offers material from the oral tradition, including storytelling, poetry and music; distributed by Words Distributing Co. Featured:Storytelling and the Art of the Imagination by Nancy Mellon; Fireside Tales, More Lessons from the Animal People, Lessons from the Animal People and Wopila, told by Dovie Thomason; Gluskabe Stories, told by Joseph Bruchac; Rafe Martin Tells His Children's Stories, told by Rafe Martin. Booths: 2320, 2321.
YIH CHYUN CORP.
YMAA PUBLICATION CENTER
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1842
Publishes dining, travel and leisure guides derived from consumer-based surveys. Giveaways: samples. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2260.
Publishes religious and inspirational books and Bibles and Bible-reference titles; exhibiting with HarperCollins Publishers. Featured:Purpose-Driven Life by Rick Warren; NIV Bibles; Rumors of Another World by Philip Yancey; The God I Love by Joni Earickson Tada. Giveaways: galleys. Booth: 4449.
ZON INT'L PUBLISHING
Publishes illustrated children's animal series and ancillary products; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: new product lines and titles, including Zoobooks hardcovers, Zoobooks hardcovers in Spanish, Zoobooks video sets, Zoobooks paperbacks. Giveaways: gift plus point-of-purchase materials for existing and new accounts. Discounts: 55% (no minimum). Booth: 854.