| 2003 BEA EXHIBITOR LISTINGS |
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Offers a complete inventory management system for bookstores; IBID/ie combines cutting-edge technology with IBID’s years of experience to offer the most advanced, complete, easy-to-use system available. Featured: introducing a Web-enabled, Windows-based point-of-sale product for bookstores; demonstration of new software. Booth: 1037.
Publishes books on Japan and Asia in subjects including art history, literature, culture, business, language, travel, social criticism and philosophy; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: No Reason for Murder by Ayako Sono; Reviewing Japanese Literature by Donald Richie; Kukai the Universal: Scenes from His Life by Shiba Ryotaro. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1951.
Distributes books on contemporary art, architecture, photography and design from European and Asian publishers; clients include El Croquis, 010, La Caixa, Aspect, Amus and Salamanca. Booth: 4736.
This division of Guideposts publishes children’s books and gift books in the areas of inspiration, holiday and Americana. Featured: The First Christmas by Carol Heyer; Frosty the Snowman by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson; Daily Guideposts 2004 by Ideals editors; Guideposts for the Spirit: Stories for Sisters; The Star Spangled Banner by Etta Wilson. Giveaways: magazines. Discounts: 50%, free freight (five-unit minimum). Booth: 1111.
IF THAT COMPANY CALLED
This U.K. packaging company specializes in illustrated books on digital and web design; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: finished books, mock-ups. Booths: 2550, 2552.
ILLUMINATION ARTS PUBLISHING
Publishes illustrated children’s books. Featured: One Smile by Cindy McKinley, illus. by Mary Gregg Byrne; Dreams to Grow On by Christine Hurley Deriso, illus. by Matthew Archambault; Inside Out by Wendy Stofan Halley, illus. by Roberta Collier-Morales; In Every Moon There Is a Face by Charles Mathes, illus. by Arlene Graston. Booth: 661.
IMAGE DJ CORP.
IMAGES FROM THE PAST
Publishes illustrated popular history books; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: One of Ourselves: John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Ireland by James R. Carroll. Booth: 954.
IMAGES PUBLISHING GROUP
IMAGO SALES USA
A full-service book manufacturer of sheetfed or Web printing, film or CTP, conventional or novelty books and books-plus sourcing in Asia and Europe. Featured: company services; book samples, including The Spirit of the Family by Al and Tipper Gore (Holt), Architecture of Philip Johnson (Bulfinch), The Art of the Sports Car by Dennis Adler (HarperCollins). Giveaways: pens. Booth: 4646.
Publishes books on psychology and self-improvement covering relationships, divorce and recovery, parenting, stress, personal growth and mental health; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: Ask Albert Ellis by Ellis; Time for a Better Marriage: Training in Marriage Enrichment by Carlson/Dinkmeyer; Anger Management: The Complete Treatment Guide Book for Practitioners by Kassinove/Tafrate. Booth: 861.
INDEPENDENT INT’L TRAVEL
This first-time exhibitor publishes a travel guide series; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured: Europe in Context series, including Venice in Context by Robert S. Wayne. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS GROUP (IPG)
This full-service book distributor provides sales, marketing and order fulfillment to both domestic and international independent presses. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including A-List, Chicago Review Press, ECW Press, ESRI Press, Gateway Press, Hentzenwerke, Interweave Press, Mandeville Press, Mars, Nomad Press, Paul Dry Books, Red Rock Press, Santa Monica Press. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum). Booths: 3836, 3737.
INDIANA UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly, regional and general-interest trade books in various disciplines. Featured: Put the Moose on the Table by Randall Tobias; The Bad City in the Good War: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland, and San Diego by Roger W. Lotchin; Going Places: Transportation Redefines the Twentieth-Century West by Carlos Arnaldo Schwantes; Wondergenes: Genetic Enhancement and the Future of Society by Maxwell Mehlman; Wonderful Secrets: The Occult in Western Civilization by Dan Burton and Dave Grandy; Classical Music Without Fear by Marianne Williams Tobias; Got Shade? by Carolyn Harstad; One More Train to Ride by Cliff Williams; Dragons in the Dust: The Paleobiology of the Giant Monitor Lizard Megalania by Ralph Molnar. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1161.
INFANT LEARNING CO.
INFORMATION TODAY INC. (ITI)
Publishes directories and reference books for libraries and the book trade. Featured: Literary Market Place; International Literary Market Place; American Book Trade Directory, 49th Edition; American Library Directory, 55th Edition; The Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac, 48th Edition; Building and Running a Successful Research Business by Mary Ellen Bates; Business Statistics of the Web by Paula Berinstein; Super Searchers on Madison Avenue by Grace Avellana Villamora; Web of Deception, edited by Anne P. Mintz; Net Crimes & Misdemeanors by J.A. Hitchcock; Naked in Cyberspace, 2nd Edition by Carole A. Lane. Discounts: 20%. Booth: 2406.
INGRAM BOOK GROUP/INGRAM BOOK CO.
Ingram Book Group is a leading distributor of more than 650,000 titles (hardcovers, trade paperbacks, mass market paperbacks, audio books and calendars), periodicals and database information to domestic and international bookstores, libraries and Internet retailers; Ingram Book Co. offers more than 1 million titles for immediate shipment, including Spanish-language, music, medical, print-on-demand and hard-to-find titles through various OneSource programs. Featured: on-going demonstrations of ipage, companion and Direct-to-Home; information on company programs and services. Booth: 1037.
INGRAM CUSTOMER SYSTEMS
Provides information services to Ingram Book Group customers and suppliers. Featured: information about company services and programs, including ipage (Web-based account management, title reference and ordering tool), companion (CD-based integrated ordering and title reference tool), content@ingram (online bookseller/store database), IBID (bookstore management system), PROfiche (bibliographic data/inventory management system). Booth: 1037.
The world’s largest distributor of U.S.-published titles. Featured: information on competitive terms, various delivery programs and inventory depth. Booth: 1037.
INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES
This full-service distributor offers more than 650,000 titles with collection development programs, cataloging and processing for books, audio books and videos for adults and children. Featured: information about company services and programs, including ipage and Signature Library Service (opening-day collections). Booth: 1037.
Distributes more than 3,000 specialty and general-interest magazines to more than 10,000 bookstores, newsstands and specialty retail outlets. Booth: 1037.
This first-time exhibitor provides marketing and promotional services for self-published authors. Featured: The Physician Within You by Gladys T. McGarey, M.D.; 16 Days with Jim by Victoria R. Allies; A Chameleon’s Tale by Sue Meek; A Trust Walk by Paula King; Songs for My Father by Kenneth Weene. Drawings: for gift basket. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2070.
Exhibiting with Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
INNER OCEAN PUBLISHING
Publishes books on self-help, personal growth, lifestyle and inspirational nonfiction; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Biocosm: The Mission of Life in the Universe by James Gardner; The Joy of Burnout by Dina Glouberman; The Secret Spiritual World of Children by Tobin Hart; Spiritual Gardening by Peg Streep; Living Kindness by Donald Altman; Awakening from Grief by John E. Welshons; The Ancestors’ Path by Jonn Lavinnder; Intuitive Medicine by Douglas Cottrell with Robert Appel; Path of Empowerment by Barbara Marciniak. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3655.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: God as Mother: A True Story of the Search for Mystic Christianity & Origins of the Soul by Victoria Jennings. Giveaways: finished books. Discounts: show special. Booth: 850.
INNER TRADITIONS/BEAR & CO.
Publishes books on alternative health and healing, spirituality and metaphysics, tarot, religion and New Age—related subjects. Featured: Abs on the Ball by Colleen Craig; Sexual Reflexology by Mantak Chia and William U. Wei; Yoga on the Ball by Carol Mitchell. Drawings: win copies of Pilates on the Ball and Abs on the Ball with exercise ball, pump and video. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 12 or more assorted books. Booth: 2527.
Publishes interactive children’s books with a focus on multisensory experiences; exhibiting with Chronicle Books. Featured: Bubbleology, A Hands-On Science Kit by Jim Moskowitz and Casey Carle, illus. by Jim Palliot and Mike Dammer; Now I’m Reading! Look Around! Pre-Reader Level by Nora Gaydos, illus. by BB Sams; Now I’m Reading! Simply Science! Independent Level by Nora Gaydos; My First Shape Sorter Book by Leo Vietro, illus. by Farah Aria; Hands-On Reading: Build-A-Word by Nora Gaydos, illus. by Jackie Snider; Catch and Match Book: Let’s Fish by Leslie Bockol, illus. by Shirley V. Beckes; Measure Up: A Bug Contest by Frank Wilson, illus. by Mircea Catusanu; Tote-Along Soft Shapes: My Lunch Box and My Tool, both illus. by Bob Filipowich; Soft Shapes: Bugs in the Garden and Where’s My Baby?, both by Leslie Bockol, illus. by Bob Filipowich. Giveaways: Now I’m Reading! items; Tote-Along Soft Shapes key chains; Bubbleology bubble wands. Discounts: see Chronicle Books for details. Special Events: performances throughout the day by Casey Carle. Booths: 636, 637.
This Canadian publisher offers fiction and poetry titles as well as nonfiction books on business, sexuality, spirituality, New Age, politics and African-American and African/ Canadian studies; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: The Contrarian Investor’s 13 by Benj Gallander; The Ethical Advisor by John De Goey; Psychic Self-Defense by Donna Lypchuk; What’s a Black Critic to Do? by Donna Bailey Nurse. Drawings: for one-year subscription to Contra the Heard newsletter ($200 value). Discounts: 50%, free freight on 10 or more books. Booth: 1837.
INSPIRATIONAL GIFT CO.
This sidelines company manufactures inspirational gifts. Featured: book and bible covers, sun catchers, organizers, apparel, framed art, plush toys, candles, wooden home decor, wall crosses, wind chimes, cork boards and decorative clocks. Discounts: free freight, dating on qualified orders. Booth: 816.
INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor publishes books and reference works for the scientific community on physics and related subjects: exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 2518.
Publishes inspirational self-help, Christian living, fiction, devotional and children’s books. Featured: Discovering Your Child’s DQ Factor: The Discipline Quotient System by Greg Cynaumon; Above All by Brennan Manning; Recapture the Wonder by Ravi Zacharias; Keep the Change by Becky Tirabassi; Think Like Jesus by George Barna; Life Wide Open by David Jermiah. Booth: 3808.
INTERLINK PUBLISHING GROUP
Publishes translated fiction and nonfiction titles on world travel, history and ethnic cooking as well as illustrated children’s books; imprints include Interlink Books, Crocodile Books and Olive Branch Press; distributes B&W, Birlinn, Camerapix, Macmillan Caribbean, Pastime Publications, Quartet Books, Rucksack Readers, Serif, Sheldrake Press, Stacey Int’l, Neil Wilson Publishing, Wolfhound Press. Featured: Another Sea, Another Shore by Shouleh Vatanabadi and Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami; Arabs in Israel by Azmi Bishara; The Tree and Other Stories by Abdallah al-Nasser; Flavors of Greece by Rosemary Barron; The Jewish Kitchen by Clarissa Hyman; Edinburgh by Donald Campbell; San Francisco by Mick Sinclair; The London Bible by Katherine Harlow and Katya Holloway; The Globetrotter Walking Guides series, including Secret London by Andrew Duncan and Walks in the Country Near London by Christopher Somerville. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more copies. Booth: 2241.
INT’L BOOK MARKETING
INT’L MAPPING ASSN.
INT’L PUBLISHERS ALLIANCE
INT’L PUBLISHERS MARKETING
Offers publishing clients customized marketing and fulfillment services. Booths: 4366, 4367.
INTERVISUAL BOOKS/PIGGY TOES PRESS
Publishes children’s interactive pop-up books. Booth: 911.
Exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group. Booth: 3836.
Publishes guidebooks related to the Orlando, Florida area and books for home-based travel agents; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn.; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: Hidden Mickeys and The Hassle-Free Walt Disney World Vacation, both by Steven M. Barrett; The Other Orlando: What to Do When You’ve Done Disney and Universal and Universal Orlando, both by Kelly Monaghan. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 2356.
Offers a tracking service that provides insight into consumer purchasing of adult trade and children’s books. Featured: IPSOS BookTrends 2002 Annual Report. Discounts: 15%. Booth: 1681.
Island Press publishes books about the environment for professionals, students and general readers; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured: A Virus from the Nile by Mark Jerome Walters; Living with the Genie by Alan Lightman et al.; The Other Road by Russell E. Train; The New Consumers by Norman Myers; The New Economy of Nature by Gretchen Daily and Katherine Ellison; A Plague of Rats and Rubbervines by Yvonne Baskin; The Empty Ocean by Richard Ellis; The Whaling Season by Kieran Mulvaney; The Coming Democracy by Ann Florini; The Land We Share by Eric T. Freyfogle; Beyond the Last Village by Alan Rabinowitz; Alone by Richard E. Byrd; Epicurean Simplicity by Stephanie Mills; Global City Blues by Daniel Solomon. Giveaways: galleys, tote bags. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 4479.
ITALIAN TRADE COMMISSION (ITC)
ITC is a government agency operating under the auspices of the Italian Ministry of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts; promotes trade, industrial and technological cooperation, and disseminates economic information regarding Italy abroad. Featured: book and multimedia titles from Italian publishers Casalini Libri, Edizioni Angelo Guerini, Edizioni Il Gruppo, Edizioni Multimediali Artel, Edizioni Piemme, F.LLI Alinari I.D.E.A., Gruppo Edicart, Jouvence Editoriale, La Scuola, Macro Edizioni, Maurizio Corraini, Piccin Nuova Libraria, Proedi Editore, Raffaello Editrice, Seps, Sodecor, Stige SPA-Arti Grafiche, Xenia Edizioni. Booth: 4914.
A leader in digital publishing technology. Featured: The Anger Habit and The Anger Habit Workbook, both by Carl Semmelroth; The Bluegrass Conspiracy by Sally Denton; Dr. Verne’s Northern White Trash Etiquette by Verne Edstrom; Life Lessons for My Black Girls by Natasha Munson; 1918: Babe Ruth and the World Champion Boston Red Sox by Allan Wood; Smart Man Hunting by Liz Kelly. Booth: 2754.
This U.K. packaging company specializes in illustrated books on art, design, popular culture, science, health and New Age titles; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: finished books, mock-ups. Booths: 2550, 2552.
JAMES & KENNETH PUBLISHERS
This first-time exhibitor publishes calendars; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: 2004 Lewdlaffs Adult Joke Calendar. Giveaways: magnets, box cover art. Discounts: 65%. Booth: 845.
ROY P. JENSEN
Deals in remainder titles of various subjects, including art, architecture, gardening and cookery. Featured: select titles. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2114.
JEWISH LIGHTS PUBLISHING
This division of LongHill Partners publishes general-trade adult and children's books on spirituality, life cycle, philosophy, theology, self-help/recovery, New Age/mysticism, history, fiction and meditation. Featured:The Jewish Dream Book by Vanessa L. Ochs with Elizabeth Ochs, illus. by Kristina Swarner; Hineini in Our Lives: Learning How to Respond to Others Through 14 Biblical Texts, 14 Personal Stories by Elie Wiesel, Alan Dershowitz, Zalman M. Schachter-Shalomi et al. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4057.
JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY
JPS is the oldest publisher of Jewish books in the English language; offers classic and contemporary literature. Featured:Not to Worry: Jewish Wisdom and Folklore by Michele Klein; Raising a Mensch: How to Bring Up Ethical Children in Today's World by Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg; Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg; The Day the Rabbi Disappeared: Jewish Holiday Tales of Magic, retold by Howard Schwartz. Giveaways: posters, bookmarks. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 3726.
Publishes career and occupational titles as well as life skills and character education materials; a part of the Cardinal Publishers Group. Featured:Occupational Outlook Handbook: 2004—2005, developed by U.S. Dept. of Labor; Gallery of Best Resumes by David F. Noble; Cover Letter Magic and Expert Resumes for Health Care Careers, both by Wendy S. Enelow and Louise M. Kursmark; How to Be Happy at Work by Arlene S. Hirsch; Quick Guide to Career Training in Two Years or Less by Laurence Shatkin; America's Top Military Careers. Booth: 4273.
This first-time exhibitor offers books, videos and seminars on mental health and wellness from a Christian perspective. Featured: titles by Carole Weddington, including D-Anger I'm Mad! Anger Management God's Style, D-Anger I'm Mad! Anger Management Teen's Style, Get a G.R.I.P.: Grief Released and Instantaneous Power!, Relationships: Dare to Be Rare!; Mental Health Professionals' Handbook by Patricia Scales; Total Make-Overs for Cancer Survivors (video/ booklet) by Jessie Sanders; Inspirational Poems and Comments by Mary Merkson. Drawings: for T-shirts, baskets. Discounts: 45%, bookstores/libraries; 20%, churches. Booth: SP5818.
Offers books, audio CDs/tapes, seminars and author events on subjects such as personal growth, spirituality, motivation, self-help and relationships. Featured:Life as a Daymaker by David Wagner; ((Frequencies)) by Joshua Ortega; Buddha Never Raised Kids and Jesus Didn't Drive Carpool by Vicki Falcone; Kids' Sacred Places by Kelee Katillac; Think Naked! Childlike Brilliance in the Rough Adult World by Marco Marsan; soulfire: the birth of wild aliveness by Brigitte Secard; How to Use What You Got to Get What You Want by Marilyn Tam; How Men Have Babies by Alan Thicke; Newmerology by Nick Newmont; Destructive Relationships by Jill Murray; All You Need Is Love by Nancy de Herrera; Oneness: The Teachings by Rasha; The Worst Is Over: What to Say When Every Minute Counts by Judith Acosta and Judith Simon Prager. Drawings: for a one-hour consultation with author Vickie Falcone; a one-hour consultation with author Kelee Katillac. Booth: 4909.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Publishes general-interest trade, academic books and journals. Featured:Human Wildlife by Robert Buckman; The Isaac Newton School of Driving by Barry Parker; The Hysterectomy Book by Edward E. Wallach, M.D. and Esther Eisenberg, M.D.; Cesarean Section by Michele Moore, M.D. and Caroline de Costa, M.D.; Ink Sandwiches, Electric Worms, and 36 Other Experiments in Saturday Science by Neil A. Downie; Sunquakes by Jack B. Zirker; Three Screenplays by E.L. Doctorow; Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis, 2nd Edition by Tammi L. Shlotzhauer. Discounts: retail/library accounts: 50%, all titles (in-stock) with five-book minimum; one order per account. Booth: 1860.
BOB JONES UNIV. PRESS
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 1237.
This American Baptist—affiliated publisher offers study aids and sermon resource materials as well as books on African American issues, Christian living and education, Baptist history and beliefs, and women's issues. Featured:The Trouble I've Seen: The Big Book of Negro Spirituals by Bruno Chenu; Addicted to Hurry by Kirk Byron Jones; Before We Say I Do: 7 Steps to a Healthy Marriage by Marvin A. McMickle. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: SP5510.
JUSTIN, CHARLES & CO. PUBLISHERS
This first-time exhibitor publishes books for the general trade, including Kate's Mystery Books imprint; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Blue Note Records by Richard Cook; White Male Heart by Ruaridh Nicoll; The Repo by Bill Eidson; Sex in the South by Suzi Parker. Giveaways: galleys, blads. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1845.
KANE/MILLER BOOK PUBLISHERS
Specializes in translated American editions of children's books and offers ancillary items. Featured:Dan's Angel: A Detective Guide to the Language of Paintings by Alexander Sturgis, illus. by Lauren Child; Troy Thompson's Excellent Poetry Book by Gary Crew, illus. by Craig Smith; Unique Monique by Maria Rousaki, illus. by Polina Papanikolaou; On My Way to Buy Eggs, written/illus. by Chih-Yuan Chen; Selma, written/illus. by Jutta Bauer. Giveaways: posters. Drawings: for one complete set of fall titles. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 1331.
Publishes Jewish children's books; a part of the Lerner Publishing Group. Featured:Tasty Bible Stories: A Menu of Tales & Matching Recipes by Tami Lehman-Wilzig, illus. by Katherine Janus Kahn; Lots of Latkes by Sandy Lanton, illus. by Vicki Jo Redenbaugh; Too Much of a Good Thing by Mira Wasserman, illus. by Christine Mannone Carolan. Booth: 1428.
KEEP IT SIMPLE BOOKS
Publishes the works of American Zen teacher Cheri Huber; distributed by Words Distributing Co. Featured:When You're Falling, Dive! and There Is Nothing Wrong with You, both by Cheri Huber. Discounts: see Words Distributing Co. booth for details. Booths: 2320, 2321.
KENSINGTON PUBLISHING CORP.
Booths: 3925, 3926.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
KEY PORTER BOOKS
This Canadian publisher offers books on biography, business, children's, cookery, environmental, conservation and social issues, fiction, health, history, photography and sports. Featured:Down the Coaltown Road by Sheldon Currie; Norman Jewison by Norman Jewison; Butterflies Dance in the Dark by Beatrice MacNeil. Booth: 1580.
This first-time exhibitor manufactures wooden bookcases, display cabinets and home office furniture. Featured: assorted furniture. Drawings: for digital camera. Discounts: show special. Booth: 2456.
KIDS CAN PRESS
Publishes children's picture and craft books and nonfiction titles on science, nature and history for children of all ages. Featured:Suki's Kimono by Chieri Uegaki, illus. by Stéphane Jorich; Bagels from Benny by Aubrey Davis, illus. by Dusan Petricic; All American Quilts by Biz Storms; Christmas Crafts from Around the World by Judy Ann Sadler; America Votes by Linda Granfield; Kids Can Read series (six new titles); Good Times Travel Agency series, including Adventures in Ancient China by Linda Bailey. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 25 or more books. Booth: 1114.
KIDS TOUCH LEARNING
KINGDOM SOUND PUBLISHERS
Provides publishing and marketing services for Christian leaders and writers of nonfiction and children's books. Featured: titles by Kimberly Jackson, including Visions of God's Coming Judgments, Jana's Gift, A Divine Decree for Order. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 10 or more. Booth: 3720.
JULIE KING SUPPLIES
KISER & ASSOCIATES
A consulting firm specializing in strategic marketing for the Spanish book industry in the U.S.; also offers comprehensive services to industry professionals in the U.S., Spain and Latin America. Featured: strategic planning, title development, English-to-Spanish translations and market research. Booth: 4715.
KISS A ME PRODUCTIONS
Publishes how-to books, toys, guides, fun kits and curriculum aids for children. Featured:Wax Strings: Make Things with Strings that Cling by Michael Sherman; Battery Science by Doug Stillinger; Googly Eyes: Making Funny Faces by the editors of Klutz; Velvet Art by Barbara Kane; Simple Embroidery by Marilyn Green; Clifford the Big Red Dog Window Art by Barbara Kane. Discounts: show special. Booth: 1301.
ALFRED A. KNOPF
A division of Random House Inc. Featured:Love by Toni Morrison; Living to Tell the Tale, A Memoir by Gabriel Garcia Marquez; Our Lady of the Forest by David Guterson; Blood Canticle by Anne Rice; The Murder Room by P.D. James; Brinkley's Beat, A Memoir by David Brinkley; The Lord Is My Shepherd, A Book of Practical Spirituality by Harold S. Kushner. Giveaways: advance copies of Our Lady of the Forest and A Venetian Affair by Andrea di Robilant. Booth: 1637.
Publishes books on Japanese culture for English-language readers; imprints include Japan Publications, Japan Publications Trading, Kodansha Int'l and Kodansha Globe; distributed by Oxford Univ. Press. Featured:One Stormy Night and One Sunny Day, both by Yuichi Kimura; Japanese Dogs: Akita, Shiba, and Other Breeds by Michiko Chiba; In the Miso Soup by Ryu Murakami; The Breakaway Japanese Kitchen by Eric Gower; Origami for Playtime by Satoshi Takagi; More 3D Origami by Ikuko Mitsuoka. Giveaways: Japanese fiction samplers, bookmarks, advance copies, recipe cards, origami kits. Booth: 551.
KOEN BOOK DISTRIBUTORS
A full-service book wholesaler specializing in independent presses. Featured: catalogues including FirstSight, Koen Kids!, Koen Comics; information about K.I.S.S. (fulfillment service), Koen Int'l, Koen Select, Loose Canons, Compulink, Koen Kids!, Koen Reserve, Koen Comics, Koen GLBT, Koen.com, VOR and new VMI program. Booth: 2737.
KOREAN PUBLISHERS ASSN.
Exhibiting with F&W Publications. Booth: 4741.
C.J. KREHBIEL CO.
KUDZU BOOK TRADERS
This discount wholesaler represents all major publishers and deals in all categories of remainders, overstocks, closeouts and hurt skids. Featured: approximately 7,000 titles in all categories as well as samples from hurt skids. Giveaways: surprise items. Discounts: show special. Booths: 2022, 2023.
KURTZMAN BOOK SALES CO.
Represents publishers of foreign-language books to U.S. bookstores, libraries, schools, chains and wholesalers, including adult and children's titles in French, German, Italian and Spanish and children's in Chinese-English bilingual editions. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Bayard, Casterman, Editions du Seuil, Flammarion, Gallimard, Hachette Livre, L'Ecole des Loisirs and Milan; children's titles: Bonsoir lune/ Goodnight Moon, Max et les Maximonstres/ Where the Wild Things Are, the Harry Potter titles; adult titles: Vieil homme et la mer/Old Man and the Sea; French-language books by Balzac, Flaubert, Hugo and Zola; contemporary French titles. Giveaways: L'Ecole des Loisirs posters. Booth: 4921.
Publishes new and reprint titles on textile arts and costume design; distributes English and foreign-language books to the needlework market; manufactures and distributes needlework tools and materials. Featured:Tatted Fashion by Teiko Fujito; Tatting Innovations by Helma Siepmann; Sprang, Language and Techniques by Jules Kliot; The Little Girl's Sewing Book by Flora Klickmann; Bead Weaving by Takako Sako; Lucet Braiding by Elaine Fuller. Booth: SP5708.
This U.K. international remainder company offers more than 1,000 titles plus budget CDs, videos and DVDs; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: titles on subjects including arts and crafts, children's, cookery, education, military history, natural history, reference and travel. Booth: 1921.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 756.
LANDER ENTERPRISES/PAGE TAMER
This first-time exhibitor offers paperback-book accessories. Featured: innovative plastic combination book clip/bookmark. Booth: 357.
LANGENSCHEIDT PUBLISHING GROUP
This travel and reference publisher offers bilingual dictionaries, phrase books and educational language products, travel guides, world atlases and maps, street and road atlases and maps. Featured: American Map U.S. Road Atlas series; Hammond mini globes; new Berlitz Publishing titles. Giveaways: canvas totes. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 50 or more units. Booths: 4022, 4023.
Publishes titles on spiritual growth and environmentalism. Featured:Growing America: The Story of a Grassroots Activist by David A. Kidd; How the Founder of the Dreyfus Fund Succeeded in Bringing a Remarkable Medicine to the World by Jack Dreyfus; Ask the Animals by Kim Ogden-Avrutik; The PETA Celebrity Cookbook, edited by Ingrid Newkirk. Giveaways: tree seedlings. Booth: 4267.
LA OFERTA REVIEW
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 753.
LARGE PRINT PRESS
LAST GASP OF SAN FRANCISCO
Publishes and distributes titles on popular culture and graphic arts as well as graphic novels and cutting-edge literature. Featured:Book of Joe by Joe Coleman; Sci-Fi Western Catalog by Sunny Buick; The Most Special Day of My Life by the Clayton Brothers; Lowlife Paradise by Glenn Barr; Freaks Geeks and Strange Girls by Randy Johnson et al.; It Feeds Itself: Art of Eric White; Tintin in America by Herge; Unrepentant Whore by Scarlett Harlot. Discounts: 44%, non-Last Gasp titles; 50%, Last Gasp titles; free freight (U.S. only; 10-unit minimum). Special Events: May 29: book party for Joe Coleman's Book of Joe at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery, 7—10 p.m. Booths: 4067, 4069.
L.A. THEATRE WORKS
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 959.
LATINO BOOK & FAMILY FESTIVAL
Now in its seventh year, LBFF is the largest Latino consumer expo in the U.S. serving seven of the top 10 Latino markets in the country; provides marketing opportunities for corporations, government agencies and small businesses to interact directly with Latino consumers. Featured: information on 2003 festivals. Booth: 253.
A part of the Advantage Publishers Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Booth: 3651.
WILFRID LAURIER UNIV. PRESS
This first-time exhibitor offers general-interest titles, literature in translation, texts for students and monographs in the humanities and social sciences; publishes the Life Writing series; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Teaching Places by Whitson; The Queen of Peace Room by Dominic; The Curtain: Witness and Memory in Wartime Holland by Schogt; China Diary: The Life of Mary Austin Endicott by Endicott; Panic Signs by Peri Rossi; Repossessing the World: Reading Memoirs by Contemporary Women by Buss. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 2814.
LEADING AUTHORITIES PRESS
This division of the speakers' bureau Leading Authorities Inc. offers business books written by their expert presenters. Featured:Risk, Originality, and Virtuosity by Peter Vidmar; The Eight Competencies of Relationship Selling by Jim Cathcart. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4367.
Publishes children's books as well as pre-kindergarten through sixth grade supplemental/home educational products in various formats, including workbooks, story and activity books, flash cards, wipe-off books and mats, stickers, audios and manipulatives. Featured: Nick Jr. Decoder Workbooks (four titles); Nick Jr. Flap Cards (four titles), including Blue's Clues Beginning Letter Sounds and My Alphabet, Dora the Explorer Over, Under, Up and Down and Things Outside; Learn on the Go Books series (15 titles), including Preschool and Kindergarten Skills and Learn & Print; educational stationery and sticker products, including Strawberry Shortcake, Care Bears and Parents Magazine self-adhesive notepads; Learn Every Day Books series (two titles), including Advanced Preschool; Holiday Wipe-Off Books series (four titles), including Holiday Fun and HolidayTreats & Toys; Know-It-Alls series (two titles), including Kittens. Discounts: extra 5% on orders written within 60 days. Booth: 1710.
Booths: 1400, 4809.
L.E.G.O. SPA/PBI LTD.
LENZ-MULLIGAN RIGHTS & CO-EDITIONS
This London-based company represents European publishers, packagers and authors; specializes in the sale of co-editions and rights; subjects include children's novelty, activity and picture books, Irish-interest and general-adult fiction and nonfiction. Featured:The Ras: Ireland's Unique Bike Race by Tom Daly; Straight Talk About ADHD by W. Wilkinson; Walking Across Ireland by M. Fewer; Irish Trees by N. Mac Coitir; The River Gods by M. Quigley; Call the Swallow by Fergus O'Connell; Far from the Shamrock Shore by Mick Moloney; The Blue Pool by Tom Nestor; Scandal and Betrayal; Shackleton and the Irish Crown Jewels by John Cafferky and Kevin Hannafin; Roman Ireland by Vittorio di Martino; Willie and Maud by Barry Shortall; The Tannery Cookbook by Paul Flynn; Irish Polar Explorers by Frank Nugent; Ireland Our Island Home by Kevin Dwyer; I Am Just Going Outside by Michael Smith; The Simurgh and the Nightingale by Roger Derham; Intimacy by Don and Martha Rosentha; Celtic Rituals by Alexei Kondratiev; The Soul Bird, Come and Hug Me and Hand in Hand with God, titles by Michal Snunit; various children's activity and board book titles. Booth: 2514.
HAL LEONARD CORP.
Publishes print music; distributes reference publications, videos, DVDs, songbooks, CD-ROMs and instructional materials for Artistpro, Berklee Press, Cherry Lane Music Co., Rebeats Press, Record Research and String Letter Publishing. Featured:Jimi Hendrix by Janie Hendrix; The Nirvana Lyric Book; How to Be a Hit Songwriter by Molly-Ann Leikin; The Collected Writings of Anthony DeCurtis; The American Blues Guitar; The World of DJs and the Turntable Culture by Todd Souvignier; Fender by Richard Smith; The Business of Getting More Gigs by Bob Popyk; The Songbook Chicago: The Movie Soundtrack. Drawings: guitar and piano instructional book/CD packs, bookmarks. Discounts: 50% on backlist orders. Special Events: May 31: Chad Smith of The Red Hot Chili Peppers will make an in-booth appearance, 2 p.m. Booth: 659.
LERNER PUBLISHING GROUP
Publishes books for children and young adults under Carolrhoda Books and Kar-Ben Publishing. Booth: 1428.
The leading independent publication in the library field read by librarians and publishers; includes extensive book reviews as well as reviews of audio, video and software. Featured:LJ will sponsor a Librarian's Lounge at 5061 West Hall, refreshments provided. LJ will also host a breakfast for collection development librarians with Random House. Giveaways: magazines, Library JournalHotline newsletters, Corporate Library Update newsletters, invitations to Librarians' Cocktail Party. Special Events: "Day of Dialog" with book industry leaders, co-sponsored by L.A. Public Library; register at www.lapl.org/dayofdialog. Booth: 3216.
LIFE ENERGY PUBLICATIONS
Publishes books on self-help, psychology, life energy, radiation, physics and history. Featured: titles by Joseph R. Scogna Jr., including The Secret of SAF: The Self-Awareness Formulas of Joseph R. Scogna Jr., The Promethion: Study of the Principles of Life Energy, The Threat of the Poison Reign and Project Isis: The Fundamentals of Human Electricity; titles by Kathy M. Scogna, including The Ford at the Schuylkill: Reading, Penna. from Lenapehocking to Frontier Outpost and A House of Bread: Jesuit Novitiate in Wernersville, Penna. Booth: SP5718.
This first time-exhibitor is a sidelines company. Featured: fine stationery, note cards, note cubes, art prints, original watercolors. Booth: 254.
LIFE WORKS BOOKS
Publishes books, companion daybooks and audios on "female power"; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:There Is No Prince and Other Truths Your Mother Never Told You and The Female Power Within, both by Marilyn Graman and Maureen Walsh with Hillary Welles. Giveaways: discount coupons, postcards, note cards, mini-posters, stickers, books. Drawings: for a "Having What You Want with a Man" weekend workshop ($495 value). Discounts: two-for-one offer, free freight. Special Events: in-booth mini seminars with Marilyn Graman each afternoon, 3 p.m. Booth: 763.
This subsidiary of Ingram Industries Inc. provides a comprehensive suite of digital fulfillment services to the book industry; stores books and other information electronically and delivers "on demand" in either traditional printed format or as eBooks in response to orders from booksellers, librarians and publishers; more than 7,000,000 "on demand" books for more than 1,900 publishers have been printed. Featured: company services and products. Booth: 937.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, INTERACTION!
Offers an innovative light for reading that incorporates a thin, optical-quality acrylic lens to efficiently spread bright white light evenly across the page. Featured: LightWedge Original and LightWedge Paperback. Discounts: buy 11, get one free. Booth: 916.
PETER LIK PUBLISHING
LIPPINCOTT, WILLIAMS & WILKINS
LISTEN & LIVE AUDIO
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 1058.
LITERARY PRESS GROUP
LITTLE BIG BOOKS
LITTLE, BROWN AND CO.
Publishes hardcover, trade, audio books and electronic books. Featured from Little, Brown/Hardcover:A Salty Piece of Land by Jimmy Buffet; She Is Me by Cathleen Schine; Return to Glory by Alan Grant; Love and Country by Christina Adam; Sudden Sea by R.A. Scotti; Flyboys by James Bradley; Girls by Nicholas Kelman; It's All American Food by David Rosengarten; Something Might Happen by Julie Myerson; The Big Bad Wolf by James Patterson; Jung by Deidre Bair; All the Sundays Yet to Come by Kathryn Bertine; The Harry Bosch Novels, Volume 2 by Michael Connelly; Not the End of the World by Kate Atkinson; The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Robinson; American Sucker by David Denby; The Man in My Basement by Walter Mosley; First There Is a Mountain by Elizabeth Kadetsky; The Infertility Cure by Randine Lewis. From Back Bay/Trade:In the Hand of Dante by Nick Tosches; The Killers Within by Michael Shnayerson and Mark Plotkin; Live from New York by Tom Shales and James A. Miller; The West by Geoffrey C. Ward; The Punch by John Feinstein; Forever by Pete Hamill; All He Ever Wanted by Anita Shreve; TheRural Life by Verlyn Klinkenborg; You Are Here by Wesley Gibson; When the Messenger Is Hot by Elizabeth Crane. From Little, Brown/Trade:Bartlett's Roget's Thesaurus; The Art of Tasha Tudor by Harry Davis. From Bulfinch Press/ Hardcover:Art Deco, edited by Ghislaine Wood, Charlotte Benton and Tim Benton; It's Your Kitchen by Joan Kohn; Dwellings by Stephen Sills and James Huniford; ExpectingStyle by Lauren Sara; Judy Garland by John Fricke; Martin Guitar Masterpieces by Dick Boak; Style & Grace by Michael Henry Adams; A Promise to Remember by Michael Bernbaum; Remembering Jack by Jacques Lowe, text by Hugh Sidey; Hockney's People by Kay Heymer; Lone Star Living by Tyler Beard, photos by Jack Parsons; At Our Table by Fernando Saralegui; In the Beginning by Thomas Kincaide; 101 Salvations by Rachel Hale. From Bulfinch Press/Trade:Ansel Adams at 100 by Ansel Adams. From Arcade Publishing:The Mind Tree: A Miraculous Child Breaks the Silence of Autism by Tito Mukhopadhyay; Judge Savage: A Novel by Tim Parks; A Long Way Back to the River Kwai by Loet Voelmans; New York Hold Still: You're a Wonderful Town by Henrik Krogius; 210 West Temple: True Tales from the Criminal Court by Marissa Batt; Nehru by Shashi Tharoor. Giveaways: bags, advance copies. Booths: 1444, 1445.
LITTLE, BROWN AND CO. CHILDREN'S
Featured:Tell Me a Scary Story... But Not Too Scary by Carl Reiner, illus. by James Bennett; Flawed Dogs, written/illus. by Berkley Breathed; Look-Alikes: Christmas by Joan Steiner; Toot & Puddle: Charming Opal, written/illus. by Holly Hobbie; The Family Book, written/illus. by Todd Parr; My New York, written/illus. by Kathy Jakobsen; Arthur series, written/illus. by Marc Brown (new format), including Arthur's Heart Mix-Up and Arthur's Jelly Beans. Giveaways: bags, advance copies, posters and limited edition of Flawed Dogs. Booths: 1444—1451.
Publishes books on astrology, alternative health, Wicca and witchcraft, magic, parapsychology, self-help and Eastern philosophies; offers sidelines such as tarot kits and decks; distributes LoScarabeo Italian Tarots in North America; offers Spanish versions of many titles as well as original Spanish-language titles. Featured:Teen Goddess by Catherine Wishart; Never Say Goodbye by Patrick Mathews; The Book of Wizardry by Cornelius Rumstuckle; How to Write for the New Age Market by Richard Webster; The Witch's Guide to Life by Kala Trobe; Elements of Witchcraft by Ellen Dugan; Signs, Symbols & Omens by Raymond Buckland; The Big Game by Scott Macmillan; Divination for Beginners by Scott Cunningham; Mapping Your Birthchart by Stephanie Jean Clement; Simplified Qabala Magic by Ted Andrews; Tarot for the Green Witch by Ann Moura. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 50 or more assorted titles; orders must be marked "show special." Booth: 5037.
This first-time exhibitor is an independent press offering "books to warm the heart and open the mind." Featured:A Short Course in Kindness by Margot Silk Forrest. Giveaways: bookmarks, buttons, bumper stickers. Booth: 944.
LONDON BOOK FAIR
Featured: information about the 2004 fair. Booth: 1374.
LONE EAGLE PUBLISHING
Publishes professional and educational books for the entertainment industry; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:The Ultimate Guide to the New Music Industry by Justin Goldberg; The Hollywood Creative Directory, 48th Edition. Booth: 1838.
LONELY PLANET PUBLICATIONS
This independent travel publisher offers more than 650 guidebooks and related products. Featured: USA Road Trips series (eight new titles), including Austin, San Antonio and the Hill Country, Coastal California and Grand Canyon; Condensed Pocket Guide series, including Athens, Beijing and Brussels; new editions, including Japan, Australia and Africa on a Shoestring; Beyond Words (travel photography); Kindness of Strangers (travel anthology). Giveaways:Los Angeles Condensed Pocket Guide, Los Angeles City Map. Booth: 2261.
LONE PINE PUBLISHING
Publishes regional gardening, nature and outdoor recreation books. Featured:Birds of Oregon by Roger Burrows; Birds of Michigan by Charles Black; Birds of Minnesota/Wisconsin by Bob Janssen and Daryl Tessen; Roses for Washington/Oregon by Brad Jalbert; Trees & Shrub Gardening for Northern California by Bob Tanem; Perennials for Illinois and Annuals for Illinois, both by Bill Aldrich; Perennials for Ohio and Annuals for Ohio, both by Debra Knapke; Ghost Stories of the Old West by Tim Chodan; Great Chiefs: VI & VII, both by Tony Hollihan. Discounts: 45%. Booth: 4572.
LONE STAR BOOKS
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1937.
LONE STAR DIRECT Booth: SP6012.
This imprint of Globe Pequot Press offers literary nonfiction as well as adventure, fishing, hunting, cooking, lifestyle, equestrian and history titles. Featured:Mañana, Mañana by Peter Kerr; Hoagland on Nature by Edward Hoagland; Bandit Country by Rob Schultheis; Hunted by John Holt; After the Fire by Daniel Robinson; Red Stag by Guy de la Valdene; Chasing a Blond Moon by Joe Heywood; Inch by Inch: A Novel of Breast Cancer and Healing by Geoffrey Norman; Second Chances: More Tales of Found Dogs by Elise Lufkin; Shadow Warrior by J.C. Gotcher; As Told by The Explorers Club by George Plimpton; A Way to See the World by Thomas Swick; Lady and a Tiger by Gloria Noble Johnson; Duty, Honor, Victory: America's Athletes in WWII by Gary L. Bloomfield; Racing the Sunset: An Athlete's Quest for Life After Sport by Scott Tinley; Treehouses by John Harris; Creating Chefs by Carol W. Mayback; The Bandit Queen of India by Phoolan Devi; They Don't Play Hockey in Heaven by Ken Baker; A Day of Light and Shadows by Jonathan Schwartz; Dreams of the N'Dorobo by Gary Gabelhouse; In Peril by Twain Braden and Skip Strong; Hustler Days by Jake Dyer; Quality of Life by Janet Lembke; The Mad Trapper of Rat River by Dick North; Barefoot in the Kitchen: The Pregnancy Survival Cookbook by Jennifer Evans Gardner; The Lighting Shrikes by Devon Mihesuah; Under Cottonwoods by Stephen Grace; Choosing the President 2004: A Citizen's Guide to the Electoral Process by The League of Women Voters; The Searching for Lost City by Elizabeth Seay; The Best Desk Toys Ever! by Chuck Doyle. Giveaways: signed copies of Married to a Rock Star by Shemane Nugent. Discounts: 50% on 25 or more backlist titles. Booths: 2622, 2623.
Publishes modern fiction and nonfiction in both hardcover and paperback. Featured: fall 2003 titles; Reunion by Michael B. Oren. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 447.
NOLAN MACHAN & ASSOCIATES
MADE E-Z PRODUCTS
Specializes in business, financial and legal titles as well as self-help books, software, kits and forms. Featured:Financial Planning by Hunter Hardy; Entrepreneurship by Mel Chasen; Teleworking & Telecommuting by Jeffrey Zbar; Organizing Your Home Business by Lisa Kanarek; Successful Selling by Gerard I. Nierenberg; Successful Resumes, Newly Expanded and Updated by Janet Nickart. Drawings: with business card for one of 25 copies of Financial Planning Made E—Z. Discounts: free freight on orders of $100 or more. Booth: 2300.
MADE IN ITALY
Imports and distributes traditional leather journals and photo albums handmade in Italian workshops as well as Italian crafted stationery and writing instruments. Featured: writing journals, photo albums, stationery and writing instruments. Discounts: free freight on orders over $500; 10%, free freight on orders over $1,500. Booth: 256.
Makes magnetic word tiles. Featured: Magnetic Poetry Original Kit; Sequel; Love; Romance; Creativity Kit; Fridge Door Fortune Teller; Poetry Stones Deluxe; Words in Stone; Kid's Kit; ABC/123; In Other Words; Spanish; French; German; MagPo the Game for Kids; Back Pack Poet series. Discounts: free freight (reduced minimums). Booth: 1612.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
MALLOY Offers full service book manufacturing, including electronic prepress, computer-to-plate, conventional prepress, state-of-the-art presses (Web and sheet fed), one and two color text, multicolor covers, UV coating, film lamination, Precision Spot Gloss, soft cover, hard cover, lay-flat binding, bind-in disk, packaging, assembly, fulfillment, web site, online customer access and quantities up to 50,000; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: company services and products. Booths: 856, 858.
Publishes travel guides on Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Costa Rica and Barbados; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn.; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured: titles by Harry S. Pariser, including Explore Puerto Rico, Explore the Virgin Islands, Explore Costa Rica and Explore Barbados. Drawings: for the entire collection of travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: see SCB Distributors booth for details. Booth: 2356.
MANDALA PUBLISHING GROUP
Exhibiting with Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
Publishes inspirational titles; exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group. Featured: titles by John-Roger, including Loving Each Day for Peacemakers, Spiritual Warrior, Forgiveness; When Are You Coming Home? by John-Roger with Pauli Sanderson; Momentum: Letting Love Lead, Simple Practices for Spiritual Living by John-Roger with Paul Kaye; The Blessings Already Are by John Morton; Drawings: for canvas bag full of books and mug. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum). Booth: 3836.
MANHATTAN TOY CO.
MANIC D PRESS
Publishes fiction, poetry, pop culture art books and alternative travel trade paperbacks; exhibiting with Last Gasp of San Francisco. Featured:In Me Own Words: The Autobiography of Bigfoot by Graham Roumieu; Wake Up and Smell the Beer by Jon Longhi. Discounts: 42%, free freight. Booth: 4066.
Exhibiting with Antique Collectors' Club. Booth: 4642.
This distributor offers a comprehensive selection of maps and atlases; maintains stock of detailed topographic maps of the U.S. and other foreign countries. Featured: company services, including "vendor of record" programs; new titles from Benchmark Maps and Atlases, Berndtson, Delorme Mapping Co., Freytag Berndt, MapCard and Replogle Globes. Giveaways: BookExpo Los Angeles maps. Discounts: free freight, 60-day net. Booths: 2348—2352, 2349—2353.
Produces map products and content for reference books, travel guides, directories and textbooks. Featured: licensing and packaging opportunities for publishers in atlases, maps, travel guides and reference publications. Booth: 2240.
MARIUCCIA IACONI BOOK IMPORTS
Helps independent and small press publishers produce, market and sell their books. Featured:MX—The Matrix by Kim Dushinski and Tami DePalma; PR QuickStart—Cost-Effective, Results-Driven PR Campaigns; 2003 Independent Publisher Book Awards (recipients' titles); Insider's Guide to Special Market Sales by Jerrold R. Jenkins. Booth: 2740.
Booths: 2120, 2121.
MARLOWE & CO.
Publishes books on health and fitness, food and cooking, psychology and personal growth, religion and spirituality, current affairs, pregnancy and parenting and folklore and mythology; an imprint of the Avalon Publishing Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Simply Saute by Silvia Bianco; Inside Cuba, edited by John Miller and Aaron Kenedi; A Lifetime of Peace, edited by Clint Willis; Best Food Writing 2003, edited by Holly Hughes. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3638.
Exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group. Booth: 3836.
MARTINGALE & CO.
Publishes titles on quilt making, knitting and crafting; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured:Folk Art Friends: Hooked Rugs and Coordinating Quilts by Polly Minick and Laurie Simpson; Handcrafted Garden Accents; Painted Whimsies by Jennifer R. Ferguson and Judith A. Skinner; Hocus Pocus! Halloween Crafts for a Spooktacular Holiday; Handprint Quilts: Creating Children's Keepsakes with Paint and Fabric by Marcia L. Layton. Drawings: win a handmade quilt. Discounts: 50% on orders of 12 assorted books plus free freight (U.S./Canada). Booths: 4567, 4569.
MASON CREST PUBLISHERS
Publishes and distributes multilingual books and cultural and language learning videos in a variety of languages; distributes Mantra Publishing and Infini Press bilingual and reference books; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured books:Understanding Koreans: A Collection of Idioms, Slangs and Proverbs by Sang-Hun Choe and Christopher Torchia; A Free People: Tracing Our Hmong Roots by the Hmong Youth Cultural Awareness Project. Featured audio/ video: Families of the World video series, including Families of France and Families of Egypt; Follow Jade!Learn Chinese (video) by Jade Qian; Sing 'n Learn (book/audio). Discounts: free freight on 25 or more books/ videos. Booth: 860.
Produces audios and CDs for Hank the Cowdog as well as Hank beans and puppets and a Hank game; exhibiting with Audio Publishers Assn. and Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured: Hank the Cowdog series by John R. Erickson, including The Case of the Shipwrecked Tree and The Case of the Burrowing Robot; Tornado, the Hank Game; plush animals (beans/puppets). Giveaways: sampler CDs. Discounts: 52%, free freight on 20 or more audios; a free Hank bean on 30 or more. Booth: 1052.
MAYO CLINIC HEALTH INFORMATION
MBI PUBLISHING CO./MBI DISTRIBUTION SERVICES
Publishes and distributes books, calendars and videos on cars, tractors, railroads, boats, motorcycles, aviation, auto racing, military history and Americana; distributes Osprey Publishing U.K. Featured:Dream Garages by Phil Berg; Hot Wheels 35th Anniversary Book by Randy Leffingwell; Cars of the Fast and the Furious by Eddie Paul; Tractor in the Pasture by Lee Klancher; Mustang 40 Years by Randy Leffingwell and Dave Newhardt; American Brewery by Bill Yenne; Highway 61 Revisited by Tim Steil; Sturgis by Michael Lichter; Jesse James by Mike Seate; Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques by Lee Parks; How to Paint Your Car by Jacobs Parks Jr.; Le Tour by Jeremy Whittle; Lines: The Snowboard Photography of Sean Sullivan by Sean Sullivan; Ford 100 Years by Mike Mueller. Giveaways: galleys, blads. Booth: 1366.
Publishes historical, nautical and military fiction, regional photography books, books on vegetarianism as well as the Boxing Register; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Man of War by Alexander Kent; The Great Gamble by Dudley Pope; Dead Reckoning by C. Northcote Parkinson; Hazard's Command and Hazard of Huntress by V. A. Stuart. Giveaways: galleys of On a Making Tide: A Biography of Lord Nelson and Lady Emma by David Donachie. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1844.
MCCLELLAND & STEWART
Publishes trade books; exhibiting with Tundra Books. Booth: 1629.
MCGILL-QUEEN'S UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly books and well-researched studies of general interest in the humanities and social sciences; exhibiting with the AAUP. Booth: 2823.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1948.
MCGRAW-HILL CHILDREN'S PUBLISHING
Publishes books and specialty products, including reference books, workbooks, picture books, storybooks and board books; complete line includes Spectrum, Brighter Child, Gifted & Talented, American Education Publishing, Gingham Dog Press, Peter Bedrick Books and Waterbird Books; carries licensed products from Disney, Mercer Mayer, Warner Bros. and Jim Henson. Featured:Eleanor, Ellatony, Ellencake, and Me by C.M. Rubin; Little Critter's Picture Dictionary; State Specific Test Prep. Giveaways:Eleanor bookmarks and buttons. Drawings: autographed copy of Mercer Mayer picture book. Booth: 1701.
McGraw-Hill Professional publishes books and new media products in the areas of business/general reference, computing, science/technical/medical, electronics, engineering, architecture, aviation, outdoor adventure, self-improvement and juvenile science; offers general-trade titles under Ragged Mountain Press, Int'l Marine and Contemporary Books. Featured from McGraw-Hill Trade:My List by Rand Bishop and Tim James; Team Bush by Donald Kettl; Life Matters by Merrill A. Roger and Rebecca Rogers; Food Fight by Kelly Brownell and Katherine Battle; Who's Pulling Your Strings by Harriet Braiker; Taking on the World by Ellen MacArthur; Wayward Sailor by Anthony Dalton; The Coming Crash in the Housing Market by John Talbott; And You Are? by David D'Alessandro. From Osborne Media Group:Gamers: The Rise of a New World Culture by Brad King and John Borland; Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber-terrorism by Dan Verton; EverQuest Companion by Robert Marks; HackNotes: Network Security Portable Reference by Michael Horton; Quicken 2004 by Maria Langer; Mike Meyers A+ Certification Passport, 2e by Mike Meyers; Dreamweaver MX, 2e by Ray West and Thomas Muck; Macromedia Flash MX, 2e by Brian Underdahl; Incident Response & Computer Forensics, 2e by Chris Prosise and Kevin Mandia; CISSP All-in-One Certification Exam Guide, 2e by Shon Harris. From Science/Technical/Medical Group:Let's Ask Michael 100 Practical Solutions for Interior Design Challenges by Michael Payne; The Complete Home Veterinary Guide, 3e by Chris C. Pinney, D.V.M.; 303 Digital Filmmaking Solutions by Chuck Gloman; 303 Digital Photography Solutions by George H. Wallace; Maya 4.5 Workshop with 16 Complete Workshops on DVD by Luc Petitot; 123 Robotics for the Evil Genius Chemistry Demystified by Mike Predko and Linda Williams; PDA Robotics by Doug Williams; Complete Digital Design by Mark Blach; Aircraft Safety by Shari Stamford Krause; First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 by Vikas Bushan et al.; Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2003 by Lawrence Tierney et al.; USMLE Road Map Physiology by James N. Pasley; USMLE Road Map Pharmacology by Bertram G. Katzung and Anthony J. Trevor; USMLE Road Map Gross Anatomy by James S. White. Discounts: show special for library and trade accounts. Booths: 4001, 4100, 4101.
MEADWESTVACO CONSUMER & OFFICE PRODUCTS
Manufactures and distributes consumer and office products in North America, including decorative wall and Year-in-a-Box calendars, engagement calendars, dated and undated planning products, organizers and social stationery. Featured: Elvis and Flavia exclusive licensed calendar product; new and innovative calendar formats; social stationery items. Discounts: free freight on orders over $500. Booth: 701.
Publishes bilingual board book series for children. Featured: English Spanish Foundation series. Discounts: 60%, minimum five copies each title; free freight on select titles. Booth: 1615.
ME & MY BIG IDEAS
R.S. MEANS CO./REED CONSTRUCTION DATA
Provides construction-cost and reference publications in book and CD-ROM formats, and estimating services for construction management; also offers customized consulting services and training/educational/development seminars for all vertical trades in the U.S., Canada and international marketplaces. Featured: company services and products. Booth: 4530.
MECOX BAY PRESS
This first-time exhibitor offers a single-title written by Wall Street insider. Featured:Conflicted, A Novel by Michael Culp. Giveaways: books. Booth: 2047.
MEDIA SERVICES CORP.
MEDIUM RARE BOOKS PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor offers general fiction, horror and suspense titles. Featured:Good as Dead by John McGowan; Night of the Beast by Harry Shannon; Appalachian Galapagos by Weston Ochse and David Whitman; Oogie Boogie Central by Stephen Lukac. Giveaways: books. Booth: 458.
Exhibiting with F&W Publications. Booth: 4741.
MENASHA RIDGE PRESS
MERCK & CO.
A media and marketing company. Featured: more than 300 titles. Booth: 1567.
Publishes theatre, performing arts, educational and general-trade books. Featured:Group Improvisation by Peter Gwinn; New One-Act Plays for Acting Students by Deb and Norman Bert; Millennium Monologs by Gerald Lee Ratliff; Truth in Comedy by Charna Halpern, Del Close and Kim Johnson; The Ultimate Improv Book by Edward Nevraumont and Nicholas Hanson; Interpersonal Communication by Brent Oberg. Giveaways: copies of Great Scenes from Women Playwrights. Discounts: 50%, free freight (U.S. only) on 10 or more books (front- or backlist titles). Booth: 4566.
This London-based publisher offers books covering all aspects of visual culture. Featured:The Car Design Yearbook 2 by Stephen Newbury; Turner's Britain by James Hamilton; Fifty Hollywood Directors by Robert Willoughby; Up, Close and Personal by Jeff Dunas; Edward Weston—A Legacy by Jennifer A. Watts; Revelation—Representations of Christ in Photography by Nissan N. Perez. Booth: 1551.
Publishes language-reference products in print and electronic formats. Featured:Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 11th Edition.Giveaways: pocket dictionaries. Discounts: graduation and back-to-school deals; extra percentage on new titles and bestselling backlist. Booth: 457.
Produces quality plush dolls and accessories based on the very best of children's literature, art and history. Featured: dolls based on children's book characters, including Judy Moody, Miss Bindergarten, Click Clack Moo, Giggle Giggle Quack and Farfallina & Marcel. Giveaways: dolls. Drawings: raffle daily for Giant Junie B. Jones and Large Captain Underpants dolls. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1015.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 957.
MICHELIN TRAVEL PUBLICATIONS
Publishes travel guides, maps and atlases. Featured:Charming Places to Stay in France 2003: 1000 Hotels & Guesthouses for Under 80 Euros by Michelin. Giveaways: luggage tags, mint tins. Booths: 2342, 2344.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV. PRESS
Offers scholarly titles with special interest in literature, literary criticism and poetry, women's studies, Native American studies, African and African American studies, natural sciences, rhetoric and public affairs as well as North American history with an emphasis on the Great Lakes and upper Midwest, environmental affairs and human ecology; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:They Can't Take that Away from Me: The Odyssey of an American POW by Ralph M. Rentz with Peter Hrisko; Five Forks: Waterloo of the Confederacy by Robert Alexander; Mes Tartes by Christine Ferber; Detroit Tales by Jim Ray Daniels; Darwinism, Design, and Public Education, edited by John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer. Giveaways: copies of They Can't Take that Away from Me (in-booth signing); galleys of Mes Tartes (media distribution). Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2822.
Booths: 3037, 3039.
MIDAS PRINTING INT'L
MIDPOINT TRADE BOOKS
Provides full-service sales and distribution for independent publishers. Featured: new titles from independent publishers, including A&C Black, Anvil Press Poetry, Baskerville Publishers, Beaufort Books, Bilingual Books, British American Publishers, Checker Book Publishing Group, Chivalry Bookshelf, Conciliar Press, Dragon Door, Hastings House Publishers, Kabbalah, Love and Logic Press, PSI Research, Rainbow Bridge, Rum & Reggae Guidebooks, Search Press, Select Books, Self Counsel Press, Tharpa Publications, UniVoice Int'l, Warp Graphics, Windsor-Brooke Books. Giveaways: books; merchandise. Drawings: for select titles. Booths: 2720, 2721.
MILANSTAMPA NEW INTERLITHO USA
MILE OAK PUBLISHING
Offers one-of-a-kind travel book; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn.; distributed by Partners Book Distributing. Featured:Along Interstate-75, 2003 Edition by Dave Hunter. Drawings: for entire collection of travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
MILES KELLY PUBLISHING
Publishes fiction, poetry, books for young readers and literary nonfiction about the natural world; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Wild Card Quilt: Taking a Chance on Home by Janisse Ray; Every War Has Two Losers: William Stafford on War and Peace, edited by Kim Stafford; Distant Music by Lee Langley; The Trouble with Jeremy Chance by George Harrar. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3750.
Publishes the respected Miller's Antiques Guides and other titles on antiques and collectibles; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured:Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2004, 25th Anniversary Edition; Miller's Collecting Modern Books by Catherine Potter. Booths: 1478, 1479.
MILLIVRES PROWLER GROUP
MPG is the publishing division of Europe's largest gay media group incorporating lifestyle and news magazines, shopping and erotica; imprints include Diva Books, Gay Men's Press and Zipper Books. Featured:Bend Sinister—The Gay Times Book of Disturbing Stories, edited by Peter Burton; The Lodger by Drew Gummerson; The Woman in Beige by V.G. Lee; Light Out by Nick Wood; The Escort by Kay Vale. Booth: 2649.
This first-time exhibitor features "brainy toys for kids of all ages"—products that offer new and refreshing approaches to learning. Featured: coloring books (16 titles); logic problem books (13 titles); activity books for pre-K through first grade (four titles); Squzzle Puzzles (nine titles); skill-enhancement mystery series; maze books; The Kanji Game—Let the Race for Visual and Verbal Matching Begin. Discounts: up to 60%, free freight, dating. Booth: 1012.
MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESS
Publishes general-interest and scholarly books on the history and culture of Minnesota and the Upper Midwest; imprints include Borealis Books; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Baghdad Express: A Gulf War Memoir by Joel Turnipseed; Jane Brauer Is Missing by Jane Jeong Trenka; Minnesota Eats Out: An IllustratedHistory by Kathy Koutsky, Linda Koutsky and Eleanor Ostman; A Cook's Tour of Minnesota by Ann L. Burckhardt; 75 Greatest Moments in Minnesota Sports by Joel Rippel; A Knack for Knowing Things by Don Boxmeyer; A Country Doctor's Casebook by Roger A. MacDonald. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: 47% on front- and backlist (10-book minimum). Booth: 2828.
MINSTREL TRADING & MARKETING
MIRACLES IN ACTION
Publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction hardcover and trade paperbacks for adults and children. Featured:Madam Secretary: A Memoir by Madeleine Albright; The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud; Semi-Homemade Desserts by Sandra Lee; Alphazeds by Milton Glaser; Fatima's Good Fortune by Jerry and Joanne Dryansky; Yellow Dog by Martin Amis; Clinton and Me by Mark Katz; Booty Nomad by Scott Mebus; The King in the Window by Adam Gopnik; The Wish List by Eoin Colfer. Giveaways: advance copies. Booth: 1456.
This U.K.-based publisher offers illustrated books on wine, interior design, decorative arts, gardening, antiques, nature, travel and home reference; distributed in the U.S. by Phaidon; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured:Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 2004 by Hugh Johnson; Wines of South America by Monty Waldin, photos by Jason Lowe; Kitsch Deluxe by Lesley Gillian. Giveaways: buttons for Kitsch Deluxe. Drawings: for gift baskets containing a bottle of wine and a copy of Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book. Discounts: show special. Special Events: wine tasting each afternoon to promote Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book and Wines of South America. Booths: 1478, 1479.
ERNEST MITCHELL PUBLISHERS
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 752.
Publishes books, journals and electronic media in art, architecture, cognitive science, computer science, economics, finance, environmental studies, linguistics, neuroscience, new media and philosophy. Featured:Industrial Strength Design: How Brooks Stevens Shaped Your World by Adamson; Me ++: Me ++: The Cyborg Self and the Networked City by Mitchell; Twisty Little Passages: An Approach to Interactive Fiction by Montfort; Turing (A Novel About Computation) by Papadimitriou; Solitary Sex: A Cultural History of Masturbation by Laqueur; Against Fashion: Clothing as Art, 1850—1930 by Stern; Supercade: Context and Aesthetics of the Videogame Age, 1971—1984 by Burnham; New Materials as New Media: The Fabric Workshop and Museum by Stroud; Uncanny Networks: Dialogues with the Virtual Intelligentsia by Lovink; Kara Walker: Narratives of a Negress by Berry; Veil: Veiling, Representation and Contemporary Art by Bailey; Abel's Proof by Pesic. Discounts: 46% on trade backlist; free freight on five or more backlist titles. Booth: 4346.
Publishes books on nutrition. Featured: titles by Maureen Kennedy Salaman, including How to Renew You—The Complete Primer on Age Reversal, All Your Health Questions Answered Naturally, Foods that Heal, The Diet Bible, Foods that Heal Cookbook and Nutrition: The CancerAnswer II.Booth: 2420.
MODERN LANGUAGE ASSN.
Publishes books for students and teachers of language, literature, composition and related fields; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Sixth Edition by Joseph Gibaldi. Giveaways: daily, 100 copies of the MLA Handbook (first come, first serve). Discounts: booksellers: 43%, free freight on trade titles (no minimums); wholesalers: 48% on trade titles (no minimums). Booths: 2829, 2831.
Booths: 1418, 1419.
Publishes books, audio tapes and magazines on contemporary spirituality. Featured:Living Enlightenment and Embracing Heaven and Earth, both by Andrew Cohen; What Is Enlightenment? magazine. Giveaways: books, magazines. Drawings: for magazine subscriptions. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 3807.
MOMENT POINT PRESS
Exhibiting with Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
Publishes illustrated books on architecture, fine arts, decorative arts, landscape, photography and design. Featured:The Swedish House by Lars Sjöberg, photos by Ingalill Snitt; Modeling Messages: The Architect and the Model by Karen Moon; The Charged Void: Urbanism by Alison and Peter Smithson; Giuseppe Terragni: Transformations, Decompositions, Critiques by Peter Eisenmen. Booth: 4647.
MONKFISH BOOK PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor publishes books of spiritual and literary merit; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Sleeping in Caves, A Sixties Himalayan Memoir by Marilyn Stablein; Arousing the Goddess, Sex and Love in the Buddhist Ruins of India by Tim Ward; Enlightenment Blues, My Years with an American Guru by Andre van der Braak; A Sense of the Cosmos, Scientific Knowledge and Spiritual Truth by Jacob Needleman; Self Realization of Noble Wisdom, The Lankavatara Sutra by D.T. Suzuki; Ginny Good by Gerard Jones. Discounts: 50% plus free freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Special Events: in-booth performance by Marilyn Stablein; see booth for details. Booth: 2639.
MOON MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
MOOSE LAKE PUBLISHING
A.J. MORGAN Booth: 617.
MOSAIC PRESS/GRUPO EDITORIAL TOMO
Mosaic Press offers literature, literary criticism, genre fiction, fantasy, crime/mystery, erotic and pulp fiction, theatre and drama, social studies and international studies; Grupo Tomo from Mexico publishes New Age, metaphysical and general-trade books as well as a world classics series. Featured from Mosaic Press:Music Theatre by Peter Riddle; The Making of the Great Broadway Musicals by Keith Garebian; France...Really!!! by Dale Gershwin; Tennis: The Mental Game by Antoni Girod; Searching for the New Liberalism, edited by Howard Aster and Thomas Axworthy; Encounter with Aharon Appelfeld, edited by Michael Brown. From Grupo Tomo: The World Classics series in Spanish; select cookbook titles; select metaphysical titles. Giveaways: books. Discounts: 50%. Special Events: May 31: party for Spanish-language book distributors, librarians or bookstores, 4:30 p.m. Booth: 4021.
MOTILAL BANARSIDASS PUBLISHING
Exhibiting with MBI Distribution Services. Booth: 1366.
This independent nonprofit publishes outdoor guides, how-to books and adventure narratives for human-powered sports, including hiking, climbing, paddling, skiing and snowshoeing. Featured:Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, photos by Subhankar Banerjee, essays by Peter Matthiessen, George Schaller, David Allen Sibley et al.; The Mountaineers Anthology Series, Vol. IV:Everest, edited by Peter Potterfield; The Beckoning Silence by Joe Simpson. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 50% on 10—24 assorted books; 50% plus free freight on 25 or more. Booth: 4471.
MOUNTAIN N' AIR BOOKS
Publishes and distributes books, guidebooks and topographical maps to specialty shops and bookstores, catering to the outdoor and travel adventure trade. Featured:The Call of the Wild by Jack London; Somewhat Troubled Waters by Pete Sinclair; Lawyers Are Us by George N. Gafford; Odyssey of a Law School by George Gafford; Hiking with Your Dog (third edition) by Gary Hoffman; An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet by A. Henry Savage Landor; select California hiking maps. Discounts: 50%. Booth: SP5606.
MOUNTAIN PRESS PUBLISHING
Publishes nonfiction on geology, earth science, natural history and western history for both adults and children. Featured:Christmas in the Old West by Sam Travers; Encyclopedia of Indian Wars: Western Battles and Skirmishes, 1850—1890 by Gregory Michno; Extreme Weather in the West by Tye W. Parzybok; Geology of the Lewis and Clark Trail in North Dakota by John W. Hoganson and Edward C. Murphy; An Introduction to Southern California Butterflies by Fred Heath and Herbert Clarke; Nature's Yucky by Lee Ann Landstrom and Karen I. Shragg; Plants of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by H. Wayne Phillips; The Pony Express: A Photographic History by Bill and Jan Moeller; The Will James Cowboy Book by Will James. Giveaways: Montana huckleberry chocolates. Discounts: 50%, free freight on15 or more books (mixed titles). Booth: 4476.
This first-time exhibitor publishes inspirational books and email. Featured:MountainWings Moments: Parables of Life by Nathaniel Hawthorne Bronner Jr. Booth: 2252.
Publishes illustrated mind/body/spirit, gift, lifestyle, cookery, travel, craft, art, photography and gardening books; incorporates Unanimous which publishes pop culture titles including music, biography, lifestyle, humor and gift books; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booths: 2528, 2530.
MUD PUDDLE BOOKS
MULTIMEDIA REPRODUCTION SERVICES
MULTIMEDIA STORYBOOK PRODUCTIONS
MULTIPLE STREAMS OF INCOME
Offers a diversified list of inspirational titles that appeal to the general trade and Christian markets. Featured:The Dream Giver by Bruce Wilkinson; Before I Wake, The Justice Series, Book One by Dee Henderson; The Many Loves of Christmas by Thomas and Nanette Kinkade; A Return to Sunday Dinner by Russell Cronkhite; The Second Coming of Babylon: What Bible Prophecy Says About... by Mark Hitchcock. Booth: 3501.
Publishes illustrated nonfiction books specializing in food, gardening and do-it-yourself; imprints include Merehurst which publishes cake-decorating books; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured:Hot Food; The Complete Cookies, Muffins & Cakes Cookbook; Pregnancy Companion; Colour Guide to Flowering Perennials—Garden Chunky; Form Foliage Guide to Trees & Shrubs—Garden Chunky; Bills Open Kitchen; Home Maintenance for Knuckleheads; Repair & Renovate Bind Up; Essential Rice; Complete Casserole and One Pot; Little Taste of China; Little Taste of India; Egg; Herbaceous. Booth: 2405.
MUSIC DESIGN/NARADA Distributes music to bookstores worldwide, offering a diverse selection including New Age, Celtic, Native American, world, jazz, classical and children's titles; a part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Featured: business-to-business Web site; music titles. Discounts: show special. Booth: 1127.
MUSIC FOR LITTLE PEOPLE