| 2003 BEA EXHIBITOR LISTINGS |
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This first-time exhibitor publishes books and CD-ROMs on careers. Featured: FabJob Guide series, including FabJob Guide to Become a Wedding Planner by Catherine Goulet and Jan Riddell; Become an Interior Designer and Become a Motivational Speaker, both by Tag Goulet; Become a Pop Star by Kathy Baylor; Become a Professional Golfer by Linda Parker. Giveaways: caricatures. Drawings: for a free PDA; CD-ROMs; mystery prize. Discounts: extra 15%. Booth: 2040.
FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDEN
FAIR WINDS PRESS
FAITH LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1837.
FamilyLife is the family ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ and provides practical Biblical advice through books, resources, conferences and radio broadcasts. Featured:Simply Romantic Nights: Discover Intimacy in a New Light by Dennis and Barbara Rainey et al.; Wizard, Hobbits, and Harry Potter: What Your Family Needs to Know and Encouragement for Brokenhearted Homes: On The Journey Through Grief, both by the editors of FamilyLife. Giveaways: sample copies. Booth: 3723.
Publishes how-to books on topics such as writing, fine art, genealogy, crafts, antiques, collectibles and the outdoors; publishes over 55 magazines and 15 book imprints, including Betterway Books, How Design Books, North Light Books, Popular Woodworking, Walking Stick Press and Writer's Digest Books. Featured:Meaningful Marketing by Doug Hall; Draw NASCAR by Lee Hammond; Creative Sparks by Jim Krause; Writer's Idea Workshop by Jack Heffron; Lessons from a Lifetime of Writing by David Morrell; Writing and Publishing Your Essays by Sheila Bender; Fairy Crafts by Heidi Boyd; PuppetMania! by John Kennedy; The Genealogist's Companion and Sourcebook, 2nd Edition by Emily Croom. Special Events: May 28: co-sponsor of BEA educational seminar on the business of publishing. Booth: 4741.
Publishes literary and artistic comic books and graphic novels as well as collections of vintage cartooning classics; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Palomar by Gilbert Hernandez; Dicks & Deedees by Jamie Hernandez; The Pirates & the Mouse: Disney's War Against the Underground by Bob Levin. Discounts: see W.W. Norton booth for details. Booth: 4415.
FAR EAST HANDCRAFTS
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX
Publishes literary fiction, poetry, nonfiction and children's books; imprints include FSG Paperbacks, North Point Press, Hill & Wang, Faber & Faber, Frances Foster Books, Melanie Kroupa Books, Aerial Fiction, Sunburst Paperbacks and Mirasol/libros juveniles; distributes Aperture, Graywolf Press, Soho Press, Enchanted Lion Press and R&S Books. Featured:An Imperfect God: George Washington, His Slaves, and the Creation of America by Henry Wiencek; Bunker 13 by Aniruddha Bahal; The Clinton Wars by Sidney Blumenthal; On the Death Penalty (tentative title) by Scott Turow; The Great Fire by Shirley Hazzard; No Matter How Much You Promise to Cook or Pay the Rent You Blew It Cauze Bill Bailey Ain't Never Coming Home Again: A Symphonic Novel by Edgardo Vega Yunque; The Little Women by Katharine Weber; The Saint's Guide to Happiness by Robert Ellsberg; Roses: A Celebration by Wayne Winterrowd; Genesis by Jim Crace; Not Much Just Chillin': The Hidden Lives of Middleschoolers by Linda Perlstein; The Other Side of Paradise by Mario Vargas Llosa; The Burma Road: The Untold Story of World War II's Forgotten Battleground by Donovan Webster; In the Land of Magic Soldiers: A Story of White and Black in Africa by Daniel Bergner; Trace Elements of Random Tea Parties by Felicia Luna Lemus. Giveaways: advance copies of The Great Fire and No Matter How Much You Promise; chapter books of Stolen Figs: And Other Adventures in Calabria by Mark Rotella and Metro Stop Dostoevsky: Travels in Russian Time by Ingrid Bengis; finished copies of Bunker 13. Booths: 4236, 4237.
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS
Publishes hardcovers and paperbacks for toddlers through young adults. Featured:The Tree of Life: Charles Darwin by Peter Sís; When Catherine the Great and I Were Eight by Cari Best, illus. by Giselle Potter; The Shape Game by Anthony Browne; Father Fox's Christmas Rhymes by Clyde Watson, illus. by Wendy Watson; The Green Dog: A Mostly True Story by Suzanne Fisher Staples; White Midnight by Dia Calhoun; Old Granny and the Bean Thief by Cynthia DeFelice, illus. by Cat Bowman Smith; Jeoffry's Halloween by Mary Bryant Bailey, illus. by Elizabeth Sayles; Walk Softly, Rachel by Kate Banks. Giveaways: advance copies, posters. Booths: 4236, 4237.
FEDERAL STREET PRESS
This division of Merriam-Webster publishes value reference titles, student-reference and word books. Featured:Webster's New Explorer Desk Encyclopedia; Webster's New Explorer College Dictionary; Webster's International Atlas. Discounts:Webster's Encyclopedic Dictionary show special: order three copies (nonreturnable), receive one free; New Explorer Desk Encyclopedia show special: order 11 copies (nonreturnable), receive one free. Booth: 342.
FEDERATION OF SPANISH PUBLISHERS ASSN.
A collective national exhibition organized by the Federación de Gremios de Editores de España. Featured: more than 1,600 titles from 50 participating publishers; list of executives in attendance. Booth: 4616.
This first-time exhibitor offers books on art, architecture, interior design, lifestyle, food and drink, transport, photography, travel and nature; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Home; Moroccan Gardens by Charlotte Seeling, photos by Corinne Korda; Ferrari Formula 1 by Hartmut Lehbrinck, edited by Jean Todt, photos by Rainer W. Schlegelmilch; Nudes; Red Wine and White Wine, both by André Dominé; Small Homes; The World's Greatest Yachts; Baroque Art and Romanesque Art, both by Rolf Toman; Horses by Gabriele Boiselle. Discounts: 50% plus fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 2642.
FREDERICK FELL PUBLISHERS
Publishes poetry; distributed by Univ. Press of New England. Featured:Apprehend by Elizabeth Robinson; Nota by Matrin Corless-Smith; Father of Noise by Anthony McCann. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4008.
Publishes nonfiction books on current affairs, pop culture, biography, extreme sociology, unorthodox belief, true crime, film, music and alternative science; now offers DVD line of documentaries; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Crossing the Rubicon: America's Descent into Fascism at the End of the Age of Oil by Michael C. Ruppert; It's a Man's World: Men's Adventure Magazines, the Postwar Pulps by Adam Parfrey, Bruce Jay Friedman and Josh Alan Friedman; The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and Malcolm X, edited by James DiEugenio and Lisa Pease. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3643.
50 FAVORITE TEA RECIPES
This first-time exhibitor uses content from Hachette Filipacchi magazines to create illustrated books. Featured:The Woman's Day Weight-Loss Plan by Kathy Keenan Isoldi and Woman's Day; Fire Up the Grill! and Dinner's On...15 Minutes Away! both by Woman's Day; Flowers by Jeff Leatham; Elle Decor Charming Hotels Around the World; 130 French Inns and Small Hotels by Marie-Dominique Perrin and Travel Holiday; Elle Decor series, including Bedrooms, Decorating Ideas, Kitchens, Bathrooms; Stars on the Set: Stolen Moments and Portraits of Love: Great Romances of the 20th Century, both by Premiere magazine. Booth: 1549.
This first-time exhibitor publishes western United States history, Colorado history, Native American studies, and children's historical fiction; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Kokopelli: Drum in Belly by Gail E. Haley. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 753.
FINGER LAKES BOOK CO.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.) Booth: 1374.
Publishes and distributes juvenile and adult books, cookbooks and how-to books and calendars. Featured:Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds by Christopher Perrins; Hubble: The Mirror on the Universe by Robin Kerrod; Plant Discoveries: 100 Stories of the Discovery of Botanical Species by Sany Knapp; Pregnancy Bible by Joanne Stone, M.D. with Keith Eddelman; Dinosaurus: The Complete Guide to Dinosaurs by Steve Parker; Doctors' Work: The Legacy of Sir William Osler by Ted Grant; Audubon Society Guide to Nature Photography by Tim Fitzharris; Best Trees for Your Garden by Allen Paterson; Encyclopedia of Digital Photography by Tim Daly; The World Through Maps by John Rennie Short. Discounts: 50% on backlist trade titles, free freight. Booth: 3912.
1ST BOOKS LIBRARY
This provider of print-on-demand and e-book publishing services offers design, production, distribution and marketing services. Featured: authors include Buddy Ebsen, Kelly's Quest; Oliver Crawford, The Last Generation; Fran Capo, Almost a Wise Guy. Booth: 317
1ST GLOBAL GRAPHICS
FIRST MOM'S CLUB PUBLISHING CO.
This first-time exhibitor is a division of The First Mom's Club Co. and publishes children's books written by mothers and women. Featured:My Cookies Business and My Pony Ride Business, both by Dianne Linderman; Fiona No by Pamela Jaeger. Giveaways: book bags. Discounts: 10%. Booth: 814.
FITZHENRY & WHITESIDE
This Canadian publisher offers books for adults and children. Giveaways: posters, books. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booths: 709, 711.
FIVE FIVE FIVE PRODUCTIONS
FIVE MILE PRESS
This first-time exhibitor is an independent Australian publisher specializing in children's books, adult nonfiction and stationery lines. Featured: jigsaw books; fairy books; stencil books; Tales of Martha B. Rabbit. Booth: 2521.
FIVE STAR PUBLICATIONS
Offers full book production and marketing services. Featured:Memoirs of a Brown-Skin Gyal: A Collection of Short Stories by Sandra Crough; Promote Like a Pro: Small Budget, Big Show by Linda F. Radke; The Sixty-Minute Shakespeare Series by Cass Foster; Passover Cookery: In the Kitchen with Joan Kekst by Joan Kekst; My Life as a Gay Man in a Straight Woman's Body by Carol Sherman-Jones; Letters of Love: Stories from the Heart, edited by Sal Caputo. Giveaways: books. Drawings: for a free 12-month listing at www.authorsandexperts.com. Discounts: 55%, free freight. Booth: 1875.
Publishes illustrated titles; distributed by Rizzoli Int'l Publications. Featured:Great French Chefs by Jean Louis André; Michel Biehn's Healthy Recipes: International Cuisine from a Provençal Kitchen by Michel Biehn; Collectible Toy Trains; Collectible Toy Soldiers. Booths: 4144, 4145.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
This children's sideline company offers hand, glove and finger puppets. Featured: more than 200 puppets in "hands-on" display. Discounts: free freight on orders over $500. Booth: 827.
FONDO DE CULTURA ECONOMICA USA
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 1237.
FORRESTER & VOS
WALTER FOSTER PUBLISHING
Publishes and distributes fine art and photographic books, photographic postcards, boxed note- and postcard sets, holiday cards, posters, T-shirts, calendars, coloring books, blank books, puzzles address books and scarves. Featured: new boxed notes and cards from Satoru Tsuda's Rock 'n ' Roll Cats, The Beatles, Gee's bend quilts, baseball from the Folk Art Museum, Alexander Calder, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Edward Gorey; Raw Vision Source Book to Outsider Art by Tema Celeste; books by Printed Matter. Giveaways: free postcards. Discounts: additional percentage on postcards and note card orders; Christmas dating on calendars and holiday cards. Booth: 4737.
FOUND IMAGE PRESS
FOUNDRY CREATIVE MEDIA
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
FOUR CORNERS PUBLISHING
Exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Where Will Nana Go Next? An Illustrated Tour of 19 Places to Go and Things to Do Across America and the World by D.J. Frienz; Travel Wise with Children: 101 Educational Travel Tips for Families by Mary Rodgers Bundren; Speechless in New York by Ellen Dreyer; Me, Minerva and the Flying Flora by E.R. Emmer; Blues Across the Bay by Whitney Stewart. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
FOUR WALLS EIGHT WINDOWS
General trade publisher; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America's Campaign to Create a Master Race by Edwin Black; The Player: Christy Mathewson and the American Century by Philip Seib; Promised the Moon: The Untold Story of the First Women in the Space Race by Stephanie Nolen; The Manchurian Candidate by Richard Condon. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3641.
FOUR WAY BOOKS
Publishes poetry; distributed by Univ. Press of New England. Featured:The Radiant by Cynthia Huntington; Litany of Thanks by Joan Aleshire; Big Spring by Elliot Figman; Centuries by Joel Brouwer; False Horizon by Sue Standing. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4008.
FRANCE OFFICE DE PROMOTION
GWEN FRANCIS DESIGN GROUP
FRANKFURT BOOK FAIR
The international division of the FBF organizes the German Collective Stand at BookExpo America; offers year-round information about the German book trade through its official trade platform, www.frankfurt-book-fair.com and its presence at international book fairs; provides information on services for exhibitors at the FBF, online registration, stands and rights trading. Featured: new book and magazine titles from approximately 25 German publishers and wholesalers, including Aufbau Verlagsgruppe, Detail: Review of Architecture Inst., Deutscher Apotheker Verlag, Edition Temmen, Gräfe und Unzer, S. Hirzel Verlag, Hoffmann und Campe, Verlag Kiepenheuer & Witsch, Koch, Neff & Oetinger GmbH, Libri Georg Lingenbrink, Max Niemeyer Verlag, Medparm Scientific Publishers, Dr. Oetker Verlag, Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, Paul Pietsch Verlag, Phillipp Reclam jun.Verlag, Verlag Anton Pustet, Franz Steiner Verlag, Südverlag c/o UVK Verlagsgschft, Swiridoff Verlag, Gabriel Thienemann, Urania Verlag AG Müller, UVK Verlagsgesellschaft and Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft. Special Events: May 31: presentation on "How to Do the Frankfurt Book Fair," 9 a.m. Booth: 4825.
FRANKLIN BEEDLE & ASSOCIATES
Manufactures standard and custom store fixtures for books and related merchandise, available in wood and laminate materials; also offers complete signage system, store-planning and layout services. Featured: the Franklin Flex Design System with a range of fixtures. Booth: 1168.
W.H. FREEMAN AND CO.
Publishes trade and academic books on science and mathematics. Featured:Barren Lands by Kevin Krajick; Sex: The Natural History of a Behavior by Joanne Rodgers; Future Evolution by Peter Ward and Alexis Rockman; Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens by Pat Duffy; The Dependent Gene by David S. Moore; The Power of Babel by John McWhorter. Booth: 2304.
FREE SPIRIT PUBLISHING
Publishes nonfiction books and other educational materials on study skills, anger and grief management, bullies, character, special needs, perfectionism, differentiation, and resilience for parents and teachers; offers the Self-Help for Kids and Self-Help for Teens books. Featured:Teeth Are Not for Biting by Elizabeth Verdick; GLBTQ: The Survival Guide for Queer & Questioning Teens by Kelly Huegel; See Jane Win: A Smart Girl's Guide to Success by Sylvia Rimm; The Power of Positive Talk: Words to Help Every Child Succeed by Douglas Bloch; How to Take the Grrrr Out of Anger by Elizabeth Verdick and Marjorie Lisovskis; The Behavior Survival Guide for Kids by Tom McIntyre; Our Dad Died: The True Story of Three Kids Whose Lives Changed by Amy, Alli and David; the Learning to Get Along series by Cheri J. Meiner, including Listen and Learn, Share and Take Turns, Understand and Care and Know and Follow Rules; They Broke the Law—You Be the Judge: True Teen Crime by Thomas Jacobs. Discounts: 50% (returnable); 55% (nonreturnable); free freight. Booth: 1311.
FREIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
FRESH CLEAN DAY PUBLISHING
FRIEDMAN & FAIRFAX
FRIENDS OF LIBRARIES USA/CENTER FOR THE BOOK
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 1237.
FULCRUM MARKETING GROUP
Publishes nonfiction on the American West, gardening and the environment as well as Colorado regional guides and Native American titles. Featured:Our Stories Remember: American Indian History, Culture and Values Through Storytelling by Joseph Bruchac; John Muir: America's Naturalist by Thomas Locker; The Zen of Gardening in the High and Arid West by David Wann; Colorado Antique Lovers Guide by Front Range Living. Discounts: extra 5%, free freight. Booth: 4466.
FULL CAST AUDIO
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 951.
This independent publisher offers law-related reference books for authors, poetry and fiction. Featured:Literary Law Guide for Authors: Copyright, Trademark, and Contracts in Plain Language by Tonya Marie Evans and Susan Bordan Evans; Shine! Inspirational Poetry and Seasons of Her, both by Tonya Marie Evans. Giveaways: five autographed books each day, redeemed with invitations distributed every morning. Drawings: for one PDF (June 1). Discounts: 40% on one to nine copies; 50% on 10 or more copies; free freight. Booth: SP5800.
GAIAM LIVING ARTS
Publishes and markets the fiction works of L. Ron Hubbard in all formats. Featured: titles by L. Ron Hubbard, including Battlefield Earth, 20th Anniversary Edition, L. Ron Hubbard Pulp Fiction Adventures, Mission Earth, Vols. 1—10, Fear and Final Blackout; Master Storyteller: An Illustrated Tour of L. Ron Hubbard's Fiction by Bill Widder; Writers of the Future, Vol. XIX, edited by Algis Budrys. Giveaways: take home a personal photo done in the manner of pulp magazine covers of the '30s and '40s. Discounts: free freight. Special Events: in-booth event promoting Master Storyteller. Booths: 4115, 4116.
Offers booksellers a direct link to European publishers and distributors; specializes in art, photography, architecture and design titles. Featured: company services. Booth: 4738.
Publishes titles on asset protection, wealth preservation and general-business topics. Featured: titles by Arnold S. Goldstein, including So Sue Me! How to Survive the Lawsuit Explosion, The Business Doctor, Updated Edition, How to Settle with the IRS for Pennies on the Dollar, Asset Protection Secrets, Guaranteed Credit. Giveaways: books. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2302.
This first-time exhibitor specializes in Sherlock Holmes-themed novels, short stories, film scripts, television and radio plays and other written memorabilia; distributed by Empire Publishing Service. Featured:The Ultimate Sherlock Holmes by Jack Tracy; Puzzling Over Sherlock by Michael Senuta; Sherlock Holmes Radio Plays by Stanley Reyburn (15 titles), including The Valley of Fear, The Manitoba Marauder, The Soong Conspiracy, The Meiji Experience, Holmes Hiatus: The Parisian Affair. Discounts: up to 70%. Booth: 504.
Exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group. Booth: 3836.
GEDDES & GROSSET
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
GEFEN PUBLISHING HOUSE
This Israeli publisher offers books on Jewish history and community, Israel and Middle East politics, Israeli society, the Holocaust, art, children's, poetry, religion, science and travel; Gefen's Israbook service specializes in locating Israeli books, journals, magazines and other media for libraries, institutions, booksellers and private collectors. Featured:Yoni's Last Battle: The Rescue at Entebbe, 1976 by Iddo Netanyahu; The Letters of Jonathan Netanyahu by Jonathan Netanyahu; The Jewish Nation of the Caribbean by Mordechai Arbell; Fifty Jewish Messiahs by Jerry Rabow; Fifty Ways to Be Jewish by David J. Forman; Haven in Africa by Frank Shapiro; I Shall Not Die! by Hart N. Hasten; Jerusalem Diaries by Judy Lash Balint; Maskilon by Abraham Solomonick; The Daughters Victorious by R. Shlomo (Stanley) Wexler; Dangers of a Palestinian State by Raphael Israeli; The Holocaust in Lithuania, 1941—1945 by Rose Lerer Cohen and Saul Issroff; Surviving Widowhood by Esther Goshen-Gottstein; The Dream Behind Bars: The Story of the Prisoners of Zion from Ethiopia by Baruch Rachamim Meiri Elazar; The Illustrated Torah: Illustrated Sidrot and Haftarot; The Kabbalists by Alec Israel; The Mammals of Israel by Walter W. Ferguson. Giveaways: finished books. Discounts: free freight on orders of $300 or more. Booth: SP5801.
GEM GUIDES BOOK CO.
Publishes and distributes books on rocks and minerals, gemstones and crystals of West and Southwest interest. Featured:The Toddler's Guide to Southern California by JoBea Way; Fee Mining and Rockhounding Adventures in the West by James Martin Monaco and Jeannette Hathaway Monaco; Gem Trails of Southern California by James R. Mitchell; The GPS Guide to Western Gem Trails by David A. Kelty; Discover Historic California by George and Jan Roberts; Downtown Los Angeles: A Walking Guide by Robert J. Herman; Modern Prospecting: How to Find, Claim and Sell Mineral Deposits by Roger McPherson; World of Gemstones by Dud'a and Rejl; Gemstones: Symbols of Beauty and Power by Gubelin and Erni. Discounts: 45%, free freight on 15 or more books. Booth: 4952.
This division of LongHill Partners publishes easy-to-read, easy-to-use jewelry and gem guides for the general reader and jewelry trade. Featured:Treasure Hunter's Gem & Mineral Guides to the U.S.A., Second Edition (four regional vols.: Northwest, Southwest, Northeast, Southeast) by Kathy J. Rygle and Stephen F. Pedersen; Gem Identification Made Easy, Third Edition by Antoinette Matlins and Antonio C. Bonanno. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4057.
GENTLE REVOLUTION PRESS
SUSANNA GEOGHEGAN GIFT PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor offers gift books, stationery and novelty-gift packaging service. Featured: select gift books and stationery items, including Baby Names, Cat Quips, Canine Quips, Stitched with Love and Care, Gardening Latin, Devilish One Liners, Scrumptious One Liners, 100 Ways To series, murder mystery games, novelty jigsaws, advent and novelty calendars. Booth: 2514.
A member of the De Agostini Group. Booths: 2504, 2506.
GEORGETOWN UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on international affairs, public policy, ethics, bioethics, religion, human rights, political science and language and linguistics; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:You Call This an Election? America's Peculiar Democracy by Steven E. Schier; Reaganism and the Death of Representative Democracy by Walter Williams; The First Liberty by William Lee Miller; A Dictionary of Iraqi Arabic by B. E. Clarity, Karol Stowasser and Ronald G. Wolfe; Christian Love by Bernard V. Brady; Grave New World by Michael E. Brown; Disabled Rights by Jacqueline Vaughn Switzer; The Perversion of Autonomy by Willard Gaylin and Bruce Jennings; Searching for America's Heart: RFK and the Renewal of Hope by Peter Edelman; Dam Politics by William R. Lowry; The Christian Right in American Politics by John C. Green, Mark J. Rozell and W. Clyde Wilcox; God's Rule by Jacob Neusner; The Global Face of Public Faith by David Hollenbach; The Sacred and the Sovereign by John D. Carlson and Erik C. Owens; The Arabic Language and National Identity by Yasir Suleiman. Giveaways: bookmarks, bags. Discounts: 45% on front- and backlist orders. Booths: 2825, 2827.
GEORGIA LITERARY ASSN.
This first-time exhibitor publishes biographies, info-novels, social satires and history of the arts and the entertainment industry. Featured: titles by Darwin Porter, including The Secret Life of Humphrey Bogart—The Early Years (1899—1931), Hollywood's Silent Closet, Blood Moon, Midnight in Savannah, Rhinestone Country, Razzle-Dazzle, Butterflies in Heat. Booth: 5411.
Publishes books on photography, sculpture, the decorative arts, paintings and drawings, manuscripts, classical antiquities, conservation of cultural heritage, art education, art history, architecture, architectural theory and the management of art information; also publishes related children's books and electronic resources. Featured:The Mediterranean in History, edited by David Abulafia; Railroad Vision by Anne M. Lyden; A Pocket Dictionary of Greek and Roman Gods and Goddesses by Richard Woff; Earthly Paradises by Maureen Carroll; Gospel Figures in Art by Stefano Zuffi; Gladiators at Pompeii by Luciana Jacobelli. Giveaways: postcards. Drawings: for a Mediterranean-themed gift basket. Booth: 551.
GIBBS SMITH PUBLISHER
Publishes children's books and adult nonfiction on architecture, design, western Americana, nature, cooking and inspiration. Featured:98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive by Cody Lundin; Guide to Easier Living by Russel and Mary Wright; Russel Wright's Menu Cookbook: A Guide to Easier Entertaining by Ann Wright and Mindy Heiferling; The Golden Door Cooks Light & Easy by Chef Michel Stroot; The Cool Chick's Guide to Baseball by Lisa Martin; Blueprint Small: Creative Ways to Live with Less by Michelle Kodis; The Integrity Advantage by Dana Telford and Adrian Gostick; Hollywood in Vintage Postcards by Rod Kennedy Jr. Giveaways: Hollywood-themed commemorative BookExpo pins. Booth: 3862.
GIFT WRAP CO.
GINGER & SPIKE PUBLICATIONS
Exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Have Dog Will Travel Northwest Edition by Barbara Whitaker. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: 50% (nonreturnable), free freight on all orders by check or money order (freight extra for credit card orders). Booth: 2356.
Publishes and distributes books on graphic design, architecture, photography, media studies and pop/underground culture. Featured:Understanding Media: The Critical Edition by Marshall McLuhan, edited by W. Terrence Gordon; The Art History Ruler: 2,000 Years of Painting by Metermorphosen; Punk Is Dead, Punk Is Everything by Bryan Ray Turcotte and Doug Woods; Dalek: Nickel Plated Angels by Roger Gastman and James Marshal; Herve di Rosa-Mexico, introduction by Alvaro Mutis. Discounts: extra 5%. Booth: 4843.
Publishes culinary travel guidebooks for food lovers; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured: Eat Smart series, including guides to the cuisine of Morocco, Poland, Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey and Brazil. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 2356.
GIRLS LIFE MAGAZINE
GLOBAL BOOK NETWORK USA
Specializes in international freight forwarding and parcel delivery for the publishing and book industries. Booth: 2609.
GLOBE PEQUOT PRESS
Publishes and distributes books on travel, outdoor recreation and leisure lifestyle activities under Globe Pequot and Falcon imprints; offers literary nonfiction under the Lyons Press; distribution clients include Mobil Travel Guides, Cadogan, Bradt Travel, Appalachian Mountain Club Books, Thomas Cook Publications, Everyman Chess, Earthbound Sports, Day Hike Books, Menasha Ridge Press, New Holland Publishers, Waterford Press and Oval Books. Featured from Globe Pequot Press: Food Lover's Guides series, including Massachusetts, Texas, Connecticut; Vegetarian series, including Los Angeles, Walt Disney World; Stadium Stories series, including Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins, Michigan Wolverines, Ohio State Buckeyes, Oakland Raiders, Penn State Nittany Lions; Curiosities series, including Indiana, Arizona, Washington, Texas; 100 Best of the World series, including Golf Resorts, Ski Resorts, Ranch Vacations, Surf Spots; The Wolf Files by Buck Wolf; The Brown Bag Lunch Cookbook and The School Lunchbox Cookbook, both by Miriam Jacobs; Girlfriend Getaway Guide by Pam Grout; Spotted in France by Greg Edmont; Art of the Western Saddle by William Reynolds; George Plimpton on Sports by George Plimpton. From Falcon:Caving by Jill Florio; Florida Keys Wildflowers by Roger L. Hammer; Mountain Biking Northern New Mexico by Bob D'Antonio; Road Biking Western Pennsylvania by Jim Homerosky; Camping Texas by Melinda Crow; Guide to the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail by Mel White; Hiking Arkansas by Janie and Wyatt Jones. From TwoDot: It Happened In series, including New Jersey by Fran Capp, South Carolina by Lee Davis Todman, Washington, D.C. by Gina DeAngelis; More Than Petticoats series, including Remarkable Connecticut Women by Antonia Petrash, Remarkable Women by Emilee Hines; Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Oregon History by Elizabeth Gibson; Wild Bunch Women by Michael Rutter. Discounts: 50% on 25 or more backlist titles. Booths: 2622, 2623.
GLOVE BOX GUIDES/REALLY GREAT BOOKS
Offers guides on neighborhood secret eateries and watering holes. Featured: Hungry? and Thirsty? Glove Box Guides (various editors), including Hungry?/Thirsty? Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New Orleans, Hungry? New York and Boston; Horny? Glove Box Guides (various editors), including Horny? Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans; Fashion Glove Box Guides, including Retro Chic: A Guide to Fabulous Vintage and Designer Resale Shopping in North America & Online by Diana Eden and Gloria Lintermans. Giveaways: copies of Horny? Los Angeles (May 30). Booth: 2447.
This sideline company creates and produces unique brain-storming games. Featured: Spinergy; Spinergy G-Rings Pack 1: That's Amoré and Play Ball! G-Rings; Spinergy G-Rings Pack 2: mmm...chocolate! and Hullaballoo G-Rings. Booth: 825.
DAVID R. GODINE PUBLISHER
This independent press offers fiction, nonfiction and children's literature and books on art, architecture, biography, typography, gardening and nature. Featured:The Collected Stories of Benedict Kiely, introduction by Colum McCann; London 1753 by Sheila O'Connell; A Rage for Rock Gardening: The Story of Reginald Farrer, Gardener, Writer and Plant Collector by Nicola Shulman; Ambassador to the Penguins: A Naturalist's Year Aboard a Yankee's Whaleship by Ellie Matthews; Three for a Quarter: American Photographic Postcards: 1905—1920 by Rosamund B. Vaule; Mind the Gaffe: The Superior Person's Book of Standard Written English by R.L. Trask; Three by Perec, The Exeter Text: Jewels, Secrets, Sex, A Gallery Portrait, Which Moped with Chrome-plated Handlebars at the Back of the Yard? by Georges Perec, trans. by Ian Monk; Down the Rabbit Hole Again: Further Adventures and Misadventures in the Realm of Children's Literature by Selma G. Lanes. Discounts: 48% on 10 or more frontlist books; 50% on 25 or more backlist books; all Black Sparrow Books combine with Godine titles for discount. Booth: 4352.
Distributed by SCB Distributors. Booth: 2436.
Publishes fiction, children's books and cookbooks as well as books on the decorative arts, Amish and Mennonite life and customs, family and parenting, gift, inspirational, justice and peace-building; also offers children's Bibles and stationery items. Featured:Eyes at the Window by Evie Yoder Miller; The Little Book of Family Group Conferences, New Zealand-Style by Allan MacRae and Howard Zehr; Quick Colorful Quilts, edited by Rosemary Wilkinson; My Very First Bible by Lois Rock, illus. by Alex Ayliffe. Booth: 4172.
GRAMMY TIME BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on grandparent-grandchild and parent-child relationships. Featured: titles by P. Taylor Copeland, including Let's Make-Believe, I Liked You at Ten…I'll Like You Again and Just You and Me. Drawings: twice daily, drop off business card for a chance to win an autographed set of Grammy Time books. Discounts: show special. Special Events: original artwork on display. Booth: SP5403.
Publishes children's promotional board books, pop-ups, novelty, color and activity books; offers Spanish editions. Featured: titles from Grandreams, Better Than Broccoli and Top Story imprints. Booth: 1717.
GRAPHIC ARTS CENTER PUBLISHING
Specializes in regional coffee-table, photo-essay books, calendars, travel and children's books; publishes under the Graphic Arts Center Publishing, Alaska Northwest Books and WestWinds Press imprints. Featured:Windstone by David Muench; Culture Smart Travel series; The Exploding Whale and Other Adventures on the Evening News by Paul Linnman; Winter Walk by Loretta Outwater-Cox; Lighthouses by Elinor DeWire, photos by Laurence Parent; Zest by Michele Cranston; Cooking to Impress and Savour the Pacific, both by Annabel Langbein; Simply Delectable by Sharon Glass; Groucho's Eyebrows by Tricia Brown, illus. by Barbara Lavallee; Big-Enough Anna: The Little Sled Dog Who Braved the Arctic by Pam Flowers with Ann Dixon, illus. by Bill Farnsworth; Santa Barbara by Marc Muench and Barnaby Conrad; The Misadventures of Seldovia Sam series by Susan Woodward Springer, illus. by Amy Meissner; A Childs California by Dan Harder; Stone Fruit by Cynthia Nims; The Winterlake Lodge Cookbook by Kirsten Dixon, photos by Fred Hirschmann; Little Red Snapperhood by Neal Gilbertsen, illus. by Evon Zerbetz; North Carolina by Clyde Edgerton, photos by George Humphries; True Story of Bear Attacks by Mike Lapinski; On the Road to Tok and Other Photographic Travesties by Tom Sadowski, Jimmie Froehlich and Jeff Brown. Giveaways: cookies, posters, bookmarks, postcards, advance copies. Drawings: for a color print of an American lighthouse; enter "Where's Tok" contest for a copy of On the Road to Tok. Discounts: retailers: extra 5% on show orders (10-book minimum, mixed); wholesalers: extra 3% (50-book minimum). Special Events: in-booth travel experience to promote Lighthouses and Culture Smart!Booths: 3900—3906.
This not-for-profit literary publisher offers creative nonfiction and contemporary literature; exhibiting with Farrar, Strauss & Giroux. Featured:One Vacant Chair by Joe Coomer; The Bullet Collection by Patricia Sarrifian Ward; Pieces of Payne by Albert Goldbarth; Sky Lounge, poetry by Mark Bibbins; Barter, poetry by Monica Youn. Giveaways: catalogues; One Vacant Chair galleys. Booth: 4242.
GREATEST ESCAPES PUBLISHING
Exhibiting with Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
GREAT JONES BOOKS
IDA GREENE PEOPLE SKILLS
Publishes fiction and nonfiction on consensual adult sexuality; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Photography for Perverts by Charles Gatewood; Tricks to Please a Man by Jay Wiseman. Giveaways: advance copies of Swing Stories by Jan and Bridget Adams. Discounts: see SCB Distributors booth for details. Booth: 2446.
Exhibiting with Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Booth: 2646.
GREENLEAF BOOK GROUP
This first-time exhibitor offers consulting services to authors and publishers. Featured: company information. Drawings: each day, sign up to win a GBG fleece. Booth: 660.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1955.
GREEN TIGER PRESS/LAUGHING ELEPHANT
Publishes children's books through Green Tiger Press; offers adult trade titles through Darling & Co.; offers gift books, toys and stationery items through Laughing Elephant. Featured:The Starcleaner's Reunion by Cooper Eden; The Catalog by Jasper Tompkins; The Feminine by Richard Kehl. Giveaways: books. Discounts: one free book per $100 order; free freight on prepaid orders over $200; holiday-card dating programs. Booth: 623.
GREENWICH WORKSHOP PRESS
Showcases the work of contemporary practitioners in fantasy, devotional, aviation, nostalgia, Western, marine and wildlife art. Featured:Classic Fairy Tales, illus. by Scott Gustafson; Bound for Blue Water: Contemporary American Marine Artists by J. Russell Jinishian; Son of Man: Miracles of Jesus, text by Susan Easton Black, artwork by Liz Lemon Swindle. Giveaways: Classic Fairy Tales notepads and posters. Special Events: poster signing at booth, May 31 (11 a.m.—12 p.m.). Booth: 837.
GREYSTONE BOOKS/DOUGLAS & MCINTYRE
Offers nonfiction titles for adults and young readers on natural history and science, outdoors and travel, popular culture and sport as well as popular health for Canadian and international markets; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:Romancing Mary Jane: A Year in the Life of a Failed Marijuana Grower by Michael Poole; Good News for a Change: How Everyday People Are Helping the Planet by David Suzuki; Zamboni Rodeo: Chasing Hockey Dreams from Austin to Albuquerque by Jason Cohen; Chronicle of a War Foretold: How Mideast Peace Became America's Fight by Norman Spector; How to Be a Canadian by Will and Ian Ferguson; Simply Bishop's: Easy Seasonal Recipes. Giveaways: buttons, easel back displays, posters. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3657.
GRIFFIN PUBLISHING GROUP
Specializes in nonfiction books and educational materials on sports, business, education, health and nutrition; the official publisher of the U.S. Olympic Committee and World Olympians Assn.; exhibiting with Weatherhill. Featured:You're in Charge, What Now? by Gerald Czarnecki. Discounts: see Weatherhill booth for details. Booth: 4250.
Publishes children's fiction, nonfiction and picture books; Libros Tigrillo is Groundwood's Spanish imprint; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:Good Night Sam by Marie Louise Gay; Mud City by Debra Ellis; Four Pictures by Emily Carr; Innana by Kim Echlin. Giveaways: Stella and Sam buttons and posters. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3657.
Specializes in literary fiction and narrative nonfiction, drama and poetry; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Deafening by Frances Itani; Triangle by David Von Drehle; Loving Ché by Ana Menendez; Maggie Darling by James Kunstler; The Voices by Susan Elderkin; The Raven by Lou Reed; The Sword and the Cross by Fergus Fleming; Broken Spears by Liz Gilbert. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 3637, 3639.
GRUPO EDITORIAL NORMA
Publishes early childhood activity books; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Covering Home: Lessons of the Art of Fathering from the Game of Baseball by Jack Petrash; The Busy Family's Guide to Volunteering by Jenny Friedman; Art Across the Alphabet by Kelly Justus Campbell; Science Is Simple by Peggy Ashbrook; The Complete Book of Activities, Stories, Games, Recipes, Props, and Dances by Pam Schiller and Jackie Silberg; The Weekly Curriculum Book by Barbara Backer; Teachable Transitions by Rae Pica; The Complete Resource Book for Toddlers and Twos by Pam Schiller; Partnering with Parents by Bob Rockwell and Janet Rockwell Kniepkamp; Solutions for Early Childhood Directors by Kathy Lee; Complete Learning Spaces for Infants and Toddlers by Rebecca Isbell and Christy Isbell. Discounts: 50% plus fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 2636.
GUADALAJARA INT'L BOOK FAIR
The Guadalajara Int'l Book Fair (FIL) is the largest and most comprehensive trade event for book professionals in Latin America. Featured: information about the 17th annual FIL, with Quebec as the featured country. Booth: 4723.
Publishes a full line of trade and professional books, videos, journals and software in psychology, behavioral sciences, education and geography. Featured:Straight Talk About Your Child's Mental Health; Love in the Time of HIV; Raising a Moody Child; Straight Talk About Psychological Testing for Your Child. Discounts: 45% plus free freight on five assorted frontlist and 20 assorted backlist titles. Booth: 2053.
This first-time exhibitor is introducing a new children's book series. Featured: titles from Bird Poop—The Series, including Book #1—Birds Against Doom and Danger and Destruction and Diabolical Idiots vs. Skippy and his Maniacal High Frequency Paint Peeling Mechanism by Bill Knuth and Bryan A. Phelps. Giveaways: T-shirts, decals, stickers. Discounts: show special. Booth: SP5906.
This exhibitor is a single-title publisher. Featured:James Dean, Just Once More by Di Elman. Discounts: show special. Booth: SP5608.
Offers books on nature, supervisory management, marriage and life issues; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. of the West. Featured: series edited by Ruth Haag, including The Taming Your Inner Supervisor (four titles), The Management Manifesto (three titles); books written by Ruth Haag, including The Cookbook-to-English Dictionary, Old Married Friends' Advice, Honeybees Make Honey/Las bejas de miel priducen la miel. Drawings: booth contents on last day. Discounts: 50% (five-book minimum). Booth: 4481.
This associated company of the Octopus Publishing Group offers illustrated nonfiction, practical reference, children's books and travel guides. Featured: co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers. Booths: 1478, 1479.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
Develops and produces juvenile and educational materials, from concept through production-ready materials and manufactured product, specializing in supermarket, direct mail and other continuity markets as well as trade and mass market distribution. Booth: 1516.
Publishes illustrated nonfiction, cookery, gardening, natural history, lifestyle, home decoration, travel, cinema and contemporary culture; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured: new titles for co-edition sales to U.S. and international publishers; select titles for sale direct to U.S. booksellers. Booths: 1478, 1479.
HAMPTON ROADS PUBLISHING
HANDPRINT/RAGGED BEARS/BLUE APPLE BOOKS
Publishes children's books; exhibiting with Chronicle Books. Featured from Handprint:The Story of Little Black Sambo, illus. by Christopher Bing; BrainJuice: Science, Fresh Squeezed! by Carol Diggory Shields; Peapod Babies by Karen Baicker; The Sleepy Room by Jessica Steinbrenner; The Song of Hiawatha, illus. by Margaret Early. From Ragged Bears:Monkey Business: A Jungle Pop-Up Book by Paul Strickland. From Blue Apple:Coupons for Grandma and Grandpa and Coupons for Christmas, titles illus. by Jennifer Rapp; You Can't See Your Bones with Binoculars: A Guide to the 206 Bones in Your Body, Noisy Barn and Zoo Parade, titles by Harried Ziefert. Booths: 636, 637.
HANDY LOGIC PRESS
HANNECKE DISPLAY SYSTEMS
Designs, produces and distributes permanent point-of-sale display solutions for the publishing industry and bookselling market. Featured: complete line of custom and stock displays for books, magazines, audios and videos, CDs, boxed software, maps, guides and other packaged products. Giveaways: lollipops. Discounts: volume allowances. Booth: 3800.
HARA PUBLISHING GROUP
Offers production, distribution, fulfillment, storage, marketing, promotion and publicity services to authors. Featured:Becoming Your Own Hero by Jordan Paul; Unfounded Loyalty by Wayne Perryman; The Rainbow Tiger by Gayle Nordholm, illus. by Jennifer Frohwerk; The Buck Stops Nowhere: Why America's Health Care Is All Dollars and No Sense by Kathleen O'Connor; Take Two Apples and Call Me in the Morning by Judy Stone; Recompense by Russ Hamachek; Una's Jungle Journey by Fred Otis Gibson; Young at Heart by Anne Snowden Crosman; Tales from the Great Meadow by Bob Trask, illus. by Jill Schmidt; Boyhood Along the Brook Called Horn by William F. Jeter; Remembering Wholeness by Julia Hope Price; Bridge from Nowhere by Bena Averbukh and Lynne Sinton; One in a Million by Julie Moss Scandora; Climb to Glory by June Hackett and Ric Conrad; The Zanzibar Zoo by Jewell Prediletto, illus. by Delores Messenger; Protecting What's Yours Post 9/11 by Andrew D. Westhem. Drawings: win basket of books. Discounts: 50%, free freight (nonreturnable; 30-day net). Booth: 2154.
Publishes books on health, self-help, recovery, psychology, inspiration and parenting; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Wayne: An Abused Child's Story of Courage, Survival, and Hope by Wayne Theodore with Leslie Alan Horvitz; Smart Buys Drug-Wise by Lee Brian Haak, Rick Melcher and Deborah S. Romaine; Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy! by Michael J. Bradley. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1954.
HARCOURT TRADE PUBLISHERS
Publishes adult and children's trade fiction and nonfiction books; launching the Green Light Reader Program. Featured Harcourt children's picture books:How I Became a Pirate by Melinda Long, illus. by David Shannon; Tails, written/illus. by Matthew Van Fleet; Thunder Rose by Jerdine Nolen, illus. by Kadir Nelson; Dinosailors by Deborah Lund, illus. by Howard Fine; M Is for Music by Kathleen Krull, illus. by Stacy Innerst; Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore, illus. by Reginald Birch; Hey Pancakes! by Tamson Weston, illus. by Stephen Gammell; Captain's Purr by Madeleine Floyd. Featured middle grade/teen fiction:Secret School by Avi; Young Wizard Series by Diane Duane; Chet Gecko Series by Bruce Hale; When We Were Saints by Han Nolan; Borrowers 50th Anniversary by Mary Norton; Afterlife by Gary Soto; Magic Shop Series by Cruce Coville. Featured Harcourt adult hardcovers:School of Dreams by Edward Humes; Skin Deep: Tattoos, the Disappearing West, Very Bad Men, and My Deep Love for Them All by Karol Griffing; The Fox's Walk by Annabel Davis Goff; Encyclopedia of Surfing by Matt Warshaw; Civil Wars by David Moats; The Liberated Bride by A.B. Yehoshua. From Harvest paperbacks:Odd Girl Speaks Out by Rachel Simons; The Crimson Petal and the White by Michel Faber; The Life of Pi by Yann Martel; Baudolino by Umberto Eco; Half-Mammals of Dixie by George Singleton; Maigret's Christmas by Georges Simenon; Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin. Giveaways: advance copies, galleys, fiction, newspapers, posters. Discounts: U.S. retail customers (returnable): 48% on a minimum order of 50 assorted backlist books, free freight. Booths: 4536, 4537.
Publishes series romance fiction (Harlequin and Silhouette), commercial women's fiction (Mira Books), mysteries (Worldwide Mystery), inspiration fiction (Steeple Hill Books), "chick-lit" (Red Dress Ink) and action-adventure (Gold Eagle Books). Featured from Silhouette:Those Christmas Angels by Debbie Macomber. From Mira Books:Kiss Them Good-bye by Stella Cameron; At the Stroke of Madness by Alex Kava; The Kill Fee by Laura Van Wormer; Black Sheep by R.J. Kaiser; Pelican Court by Debbie Macomber. From Red Dress Ink:The Thin Pink Line by Lauren Baratz-Logsted; A Minor Indiscretion by Carole Matthews. Giveaways: finished books, advance copies. Booths: 1650, 1651.
HARPERCOLLINS CHILDREN'S BOOKS
Featured: Series of Unfortunate Events (various) by Lemony Snicket; The Berenstain Bears SaveChristmas by Stan, Jan and Michael Berenstain; The Julie Andrews Collection (various) by Julie Andrews; Wolves in the Walls by Neil Gaiman; Olive's Ocean by Kevin Henkes. Giveaways: galleys of Please Don't Kill the Freshman by Zoe Trope, Leon and the Spitting Image by Allen Kurzweil, Granny Torelli Makes Soup by Sharon Creech, Freaky Green Eyes by Joyce Carol Oates, Wasteland by Francesca Lia Block, Olive's Ocean by Kevin Henkes, Blue Wolf by Catherine Creedon, Dangerous Girls by R.L. Stine, Inside Out by Terry Trueman and Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve; buttons for Series of Unfortunate Events, notepads for Diary of a Worm, "eyeball" key chains for Leon and the Spitting Image. Special Events: May 31: celebrate Amelia Bedelia's 40th birthday with an afternoon snack, 2 p.m. Booths: 4436, 4437.
Featured from HarperCollins:Islands by Anne Rivers Siddons; O'Hara's Choice by Leon Uris; Six Wives by David Starkey; Human Accomplishment by Charles Murray; Art: A New History by Paul Johnson; Diaspora by Frederic Brenner; Heretic by Bernard Cornwell; Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett; American Woman by Susan Choi; And Who Shall Die by Howard Blum; Christmas,Present by Jacquelyn Mitchard; The Way the Crow Flies by Anne Marie McDonald. From William Morrow:Four Spirits by Sena Jeter Naslund; Every Secret Thing by Laura Lippman; Stone Garden by Molly Moynahan; Ten Rings by Yogi Berra; Quicksilver by Neal Stephenson; A Faint Cold Fear by Karin Slaughter; America's Women by Gail Collins; Over the Edge of the World by Lauren Bergreen. From Amistad:The Known World by Edward P. Jones; Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues by Peter Guralnick; Practical Virtues by Floyd H. Flake. From Ecco:Lucky Girls by Nell Freudenberger; Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes; Fanny: A Fiction by Edmund White. From Rayo:The Lady, the Chef and the Courtesan by Marisol; The Movies of My Life by Alberto Fuguet. From ReganBooks:Mirror, Mirror by Gregory Maguire; My Cold War by Tom Piazza. From HarperResource:The New York Chronology by James Trager. From HarperBusiness:The Big Bing by Stanley Bing. From Perennial/Quill:Coastliners by Joanne Harris; Paradise Alley by Kevin Baker; Simpson's Contemporary Quotations by James P. Simpson; Sandy Koufax by Jane Leavy. From Fourth Estate:Politics by Adam Thirlwell. From HarperSanFrancisco:Slow Way Home by Michael Morris; Dirty by Meredith Maran; The Call by Oriah Mountain Dreamer; Never Again? by Abe Foxman; 100 Simple Secrets of Perfect Health by David Niven. From Avon Mass Market:One Night of Scandal by Teresa Medeiros; The Lady Chosen by Stephanie Laurens. From HarperTorch:Prey by Michael Crichton. Giveaways: T-shirts, sports-water bottles, CD samplers, postcards, chap books, posters, galleys, advance copies. Booths: 4436, 4437.
HARVARD COMMON PRESS
Publishes cookbooks, childcare, parenting and health-related titles; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:All-American Desserts by Judith M. Fertig; Little Foods of the Mediterranean by Clifford A. Wright; The Baker's Field Guide to Christmas Cookies by Dede Wilson; The Sober Gourmet by Liz Scott; Around the Table by Ellen Wright; The South American Table by Maria Baez Kijac. Giveaways: food taste treats. Booth: 1849.
HARVARD UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly books and works of general interest in the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences and medicine. Featured:When the King Took Flight by Timothy Tackett; Generations of Captivity: A History of African-American Slaves by Ira Berlin; Coming of Age as a Poet: Milton, Keats, Eliot, Plath by Helen Vendler; Stagolee Shot Billy by Cecil Brown; Reporting the Universe by E.L. Doctorow; The Chinese Garden: Revised by Alison Hardie; Emerson by Lawrence Buell; Indonesian Destinies by Theodore Friend; Kafka by Klaus Wagenbach, trans. by Ewald Osers. Discounts: free freight on backlist (maximum 10 copies per title). Booth: 4351.
HARVEST HOUSE PUBLISHERS
Publishes general nonfiction, cookery, self-help, health and fitness titles; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured: titles from new imprint Healthy Living Books; The Complete Book of Raw Food by Lori Baird; Walk the Weight Away by Andrew Flach; The Body Sculpting Bible Swimsuit Edition by James Villepigue; The Cardiac Recovery Handbook by Paul Kligfield, M.D.; The Badass Bible by Spike Hammer. Drawings: for a "badass" makeover by Spike Hammer. Discounts: see W.W. Norton booth for details. Booth: 4411.
Publishes books on health and medicine, gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgender studies, herbal medicine, religion, self-help and recovery and women's studies. Featured:A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust by Sophia Richman; Cat Rising by Cynn Chadwick; titles by Felice Picano, including Ambidextrous: The Secret Lives of Children, A House on the Ocean, a House on the Bay and Men Who Loved Me. Discounts: 46%, free freight. Booth: 344.
Publishes self-help and motivational books, audios, videos and sidelines; imprints include Mountain Movers Press and Smiley Books; distributed lines include Princess Books. Featured from Hay House: Magical Mermaids Cards by Doreen Virtue; Archetype Cards by Caroline Myss; Sylvia Browne's Book of Angels by Sylvia Browne; Suze Orman's Protection Portfolio by Suze Orman; How to Ruin Your Love Life by Ben Stein; Help Me to Heal by Bernie Siegel, M.D.; Caroline Myss' Journal of Inner Dialogue by Caroline Myss; Eliminating Stress, Finding Inner Peace by Brian Weiss, M.D., Inner Peace for Busy Women by Joan Borysenko. From Hay House Spanish Editions:El poder en contraste a la fuerza /Power vs. Force by David Hawkins, M.D. From Princess Books:After Life by John Edward. Giveaways: finished books, galleys, cards, audios. Discounts: 50%(must include 15 titles from fall list); free freight. Booth: 2301.
HCI publishes books and audios on life issues; new imprints include Faith Communications and HCI Español; distributes Hazelden Publishing. Featured from HCI:Chicken Soup for the Soul, 10th Anniversary; Chicken Soup for the Soul series; Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul on Love and Friendship by Kimberly Kirberger; Chicken Soup for the Horse Lover's Soul by Peter Vegso and Gary Seidler; My Soul Said to Me by Robert E. Roberts; Own Your Health by Roanne Weisman; Yoga and the Wisdom of Menopause by Suza Francina; Sister Slim by Rita Udom, M.D. From Faith Communications:How to Be Like Jesus by Pat Williams with Jim Denney; A Teen's Guide to Christian Living by Bettie B. Youngs, Jennifer Leigh Youngs and Debbie Thurman. From Hazelden: various titles. Special Events: celebrating the 10th birthday of the legendary series; authors on board for the weekend; announcing year-long contest for independent bookstores for best in-store display. Booth: 1251.
Publishes and distributes books on health and patient education for adults and children. Drawings: for one set of children's books. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 311.
HEALTHY HEALING PUBLICATIONS
Exhibiting with Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
HEAT BROTHERS CO.
This first-time exhibitor manufactures note cards, posters, calendars, bookmarks, prints and T-shirts highlighting "literary luminaries" caricatures by Mike Caplanis. Featured: "literary luminaries" and "political heroes" product lines. Special Events: artist will be in attendance to autograph posters, prints and note cards throughout show. Booth: 355.
HEIMBURGER HOUSE PUBLISHING
Publishes model and prototype railroad and transportation books and magazines as well as cookery and history titles; distributes transportation-related titles from more than 65 other publishers. Featured:Desert Railroading by Steve Schmollinger; Maine Two Footers by Linwood W. Moody; Milwaukee Road by Jim Scribbins; The American Streamliner Postwar Years by Donald J. Heimburger and Carl R. Byron; A.C. Gilbert's Famous American Flyer Train by Paul C. Nelson; West Side Pictorial by Mallory Hope Ferrell; Robert Richardson's Rio Grande, Chasing the Narrow Gauge by Robert Richardson. Discounts: 40%, free freight on U.S. orders over $125 net. Booth: SP5700.
Publishes books for theater professionals; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:L.A. from A to Z: The Actor's Guide to Surviving and Succeeding in Los Angeles by Thomas Mills; So You Want to Dance on Broadway by Tina Paul; A Theatre for Women's Voices: Plays and History from The Women's Project at 25 by Julia Miles; Shakespeare for One: Men, the Complete Monologues and Audition Pieces and Shakespeare for One: Women, both by Douglas Newell; Community Theatre Handbook by Gary P. Cohen; Delicious Dissembling: A Complete Guide to Performing Restoration Comedy by Suzanne Ramczyk; Speed of Light: Dialogues on Lighting Design and Technological Change by Linda Essig; Between Director and Actor: Strategies for Effective Performance by Mandy Rees and John Staniunas. Booth: 1955.
Booths: 1821, 4812.
This first-time exhibitor publishes computer programming books; exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group. Featured:What's New in Visual FoxPro 8.0 by Tamar E. Granor and Doug Hennig; CrysDev: A Developer's Guide to Integrating Crystal Reports; Email Explained by Whil Hentzen and Ed Sawicki; OOoSwitch: 501 Things You Wanted to Know About Switching to OpenOffice.org from Microsoft Office by Tamar E. Granor; new Linux Transfer series, including Linux Transfer for Windows Network Admins by Michael Jang, Linux Transfer for Power Users by Martin C. Brown, Linux Transfer for Windows Programmers by Whil Hentzen, Linux Transfer for Windows Web Server Admins by Dee-Ann LeBlanc. Discounts: see IPG booth for details. Booth: 3836.
HERRINGTON TEDDY BEARS
This first-time exhibitor offers a line of plush teddy bears and ancillary book products; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Harry & Hannah: The American Adventure and The Christmas Adventure, titles by Chris Herrington with Jean Ahern Lubin; The American Adventure Book & Bear Boxed Set. Giveaways: 500 plush keychains. Drawings: win a set of collector-edition teddy bears. Booth: 1836.
Publishes books in California literature, history, natural history and ethnic studies. Featured:Structures of Utility by David Stark Wilson; At Work: The Art of California Labor, edited by Mark Johnson; Two-Hearted Oak by Roman Loranc; Bloodvine by Aris Janigian. Discounts: 44% plus free freight. Booth: 558. HIGHER OCTIVE MUSIC
HIGHSMITH TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING
HIGH SPEED VIDEO
HIMALAYAN INSTITUTE PRESS
A part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Booth: 1125.
Publishes children's books. Featured:Blues Journey by Walter Dean Myers and Christopher Myers; Up,Up, Up! It's Apple Picking Time by Jody Fickes Shapiro; Enduring Wisdom by Synthia Saint James; Oh Yeah! by Tom Birdseye; Alphabeep: A Zipping Zooming ABC by Deborah Pearson; A Kenya Christmas by Tony Johnston; The Crunchy, Munchy Christmas Tree by Karen Gray Ruelle; Meow Means Mischief by Ann Whitehead Nagda; Hazel Nutt, Mad Scientist by David Elliott; In Defense of Liberty: America's Bill of Rights. Giveaways: posters, pins, postcards. Discounts: 46% on front- and backlist orders (no minimum). Booth: 1200.
HENRY HOLT AND CO.
This general-trade publisher offers hardcover and trade paperback books for adults and books for young readers. Featured from Henry Holt:The Brass Wall: The True Story of an Undercover Detective Under Siege by David Kocieniewski; Everything Will Be All Right by Tessa Hadley; Gelhorn by Caroline Moorehead; Overlords of the Underworld: The Rise of the American Mafia by Thomas Repetto; Judgment Calls by Alafair Burke. From Metropolitan Books:Knee Deep in Wonder by April Reynolds; A Hundred Little Hitlers by Elinor Langer; Hegemony or Survival by Noam Chomsky. From Times Books: Untitled on the World Trade Center by James Glanz and Eric Lipton; The American Presidents Series, edited by Arthur Schlesinger Jr. et al. From Owl Books:An Army at Dawn: Vol. 1, The Liberation Trilogy—North Africa, 1942—1943 by Rick Atkinson; Pain Free Arthritis: A 7-Step Plan for Feeling Better by Harris McIlwain and Debra Fulgham Bruce; Joined at the Heart by Al and Tipper Gore. From Books for Young Readers:Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle; Terrible Times: Book Three in the Eddie Dickens Trilogy by Philip Ardagh; Buster by Denise Fleming; The Little Piggy's Book of Manners by Kathryn Madeline Allen and Nancy Wolff; Fault Line by Janet Tashjian; Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller. Giveaways: advance copies, buttons, posters. Booths: 4126, 4127.
HOME BREW PRESS/MCM
Publishes tourist-destination titles and coffee-table books; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Coming Home to Door; Wisconsin Rustic Roads by Norbert Blei, Jean Feraca, George Vukelich and Ben Logan, photos by Bob Rashid. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: 50% on featured titles. Booth: 2356.
HONG KONG TRADE DEVELOPMENT
HOOD HOOD BOOKS
This London publisher offers children's illustrated books on Islamic and Eastern cultures. Featured: Stories from the Quran series (six titles), including Book 1: The Story of Creation and Noah & the Ark, Book 2: Abraham & the Holy House and Jonah & the Whale; Heroes from the East series (10 titles), including The Queen of Sheba, Rumi: Poet and Sage, Sinan: Architect of Istanbul; the Lives of the Prophets series (three titles), including Moses and the Pharaoh; The Travels of Ibn Battuta series (four titles), including Son of the Mighty Eagle and In the Valley of Doom; Treasures from the East series (three titles), including Suleiman the Magnificent. Discounts: free freight on orders more than £1500 (USD equivalent); various programs available; see booth for details. Booth: 1004.
HOPE PUBLISHING HOUSE
Specializes in illustrated books on Japanese art and culture, including museum exhibition catalogues; exhibiting with Philip Galgiani. Booth: 4738.
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO.
Publishes adult trade fiction and nonfiction, children's literature, cookbooks, field guidebooks and reference books under various imprints; distributes Beacon Press. Featured from Houghton Mifflin Adult:The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri; "Negro President": Jefferson and the Slave Power by Garry Wills; The Calligrapher by Edward Docx; The Last Empress by Anchee Min; Secret Father by James Carroll. From Mariner:Why I Am a Catholic by Garry Wills; Snobbery by Joseph Epstein; Moon's Crossing by Barbara Croft; The Woman Who Knew Gandhi by Keith Heller; The Guru of Love by Samrat Upadhyay; If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things by Jon McGregor. From American Heritage:The American Heritage Children's Science Dictionary. From Houghton Mifflin Field Guides:Taylor's Encyclopedia of Garden Plants. From Houghton Mifflin Children's/Walter Lorraine Books:Mosque by David Macaulay; Serious Farm by Tim Egan; Curious George and Friends by H. A. and Margret Rey; Henry Climbs a Mountain by D.B. Johnson; Ollie and Ollie the Stomper, titles by Olivier Dunrea; American Boy: The Adventures of Mark Twain by Don Brown. From Clarion:Vote! written/illus. by Eileen Christelow; Orville by Haven Kimmel; Diary of a Wombat by Jackie French; My Big Boy Bed by Eve Bunting, illus. by Maggie Smith; Hello, Harvest Moon by Ralph Fletcher, illus. by Kate Kiesler; Ice Palace by Deborah Blumental, illus. by Ted Rand. From Kingfisher: Kingfisher Knowledge series, including Castles and Forts, Dangerous Creatures by Angela Wilkes, Genes and DNA by Richard Walker, Mummies by John Malam; Kingfisher Young Knowledge series, including Animal Homes by Angela Wilkes, Birds by Nicola Davies, Robots by Kevin Warwick, Rocks and Fossils by Chris Pellant; Eureka! by Richard Platt; The Kingfisher Geography Encyclopedia; The Great Art Scandal by Anna Nilsen; Saints and Angels by Claire Llewellyn; Games by Daniel King; The Kingfisher Student Atlas with CD-ROM by Philip Wilkinson; Red Hot Read series. Giveaways: totebags, bookmarks, magnets, temporary tattoos, posters, postcards, galleys. Discounts: summer 2003 retail backlist stock offer; see booth for details. Booths: 4336, 4337.
HOUSE OF STRATUS
Publishes inspirational gift books, Christian living and devotional books. Featured:The Front 9 by Roger and Becky Tirabassi; Hugs series, including Hugs for Sons by D.K. Webb and Hugs for Coffee Lovers by Janette Littleton; Thank You series, including Thank You for Your Encouragement and Thank You Teacher; The Official Friend Book by Martha Bolton. Giveaways: gifts. Discounts: 50%, free freight (60-day net). Booth: 3708.
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 1237.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 952.
HOWLING AT THE MOON PRESS
Offers travel guides; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Where Will Nana Go Next? An Illustrated Tour of 19 Places to Go and Things to Do Across America and the World by D.J. Frienz; Travel Wise with Children: 101 Educational Travel Tips for Families by Mary Rodgers Bundren. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
HOYT AND BRYAN LAW OFFICES
HSI LAI UNIV. PRESS/BUDDHA'S LIGHT PUBLISHING
HUDSON HILLS PRESS
Publishes books on fine art, photography, architecture and the decorative arts; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Frederick Hart; Flint Institute of Art: American Collection; Steve Tobin; Dogancay; Marc Klionsky; Splendid Pages; The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein; Heian; Windows on the West; Charles Seliger. Booth: 1943.
HUMANICS PUBLISHING GROUP
Specializes in books on self-help, leadership, psychology, Eastern philosophy and Taoism as well as teacher resource guides for the education of young children. Featured:Lion Taming by Don Johnson; Love, Sex, and Passion by David Ryback; Crossing the Jordan by Jacob Rosen; How to Get a Life by Dan McBrayer and Lawrence Baines; Becoming an Invitational Leader by William Purkey and Betty Siegel; The Tao of Star Wars by John M. Porter; The Tao of Travel by Pamela Metz. Drawings: for pendulum clock each day at 4 p.m. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 1000.
HUMAN KINETICS PUBLISHERS
Publishes sports, fitness and health books, videos and software as well as texts and references on human physical performance. Featured:Strength Training Anatomy and Women's Strength Training Anatomy, both by Frédéric Delavier; Athletic Abs by Scott Cole; Chi Chi's Golf Games You Gotta Play by Chi Chi Rodriguez, Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook, Third Edition by Nancy Clark. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1661.
This first-time exhibitor publishes graphic novels. Featured:Metabarons by Alexandro Jodorowsky and Juan Gimenez; The Incal by Alexandro Jodorowsky, Moebius and Zoran Janjetov; Miss: A Better Living Through Crime by Thirault, Riou and Vigoroux; The Nikopol Trilogy by Enki Bilal; Chaland Anthology by Yves Chaland; Negative Exposure by Smolderen, Pop and Marini. Drawings: once a day for assorted book package. Booth: 1550.
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
HUNTER HOUSE INC. PUBLISHERS
Offers books on physical, mental and emotional health for young people, teachers and counselors; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured: front- and backlist titles. Booth: 3658.
Publishes travel guides on worldwide destinations. Featured: Adventure Guide series, including the Bahamas by Blair Howard, Virgin Islands by Lynne Sullivan, Ecuador & the Galapagos by Peter Krahenbuhl, Guatemala by Shelagh McNally, St. Martin & St. Barts and Aruba, Bonaire & Curacao by Lynne Sullivan, Belize by Vivien Lougheed; Costa Rica by Bruce Conord; Cruising Alaska and Cruising the Caribbean, both by Larry Ludmer; England Revealed by Bruce Stauderman; Native Alaska by Ed Readicker-Henderson. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 15 or more units. Booth: 2355.
HUNTINGTON LIBRARY PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes scholarly books, conference papers, exhibition catalogs and quarterly journals for scholars on British and American literature and history, British art and horticultural topics. Featured:A Celebration of Herbs: Recipes from the Huntington Herb Garden by Shirley Kerins; Jack London, edited by Sara S. Hodson and Jeanne Campbell Reesman; A Mormon Chronicle: The Diaries of John D. Lee, edited by Robert Glass Cleland and Juanita Brooks; Visions of the Daughters of Albion by William Blake, introduction by Robert N. Essick; A Visit from St. Nicholas by Clement C. Moore, introduction by Sara S. Hodson. Giveaways: posters, facsimiles. Drawings: for books, free admission and membership to the Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. Discounts: 47% on backlist orders, free freight. Booth: SP5419.
This first-time exhibitor publishes illustrated nonfiction. Featured:Walking Forward, Looking Back by John Labriola; Dickens: Public Life and Private Passion by Peter Ackroyd; Reach for the Sky: Attempts at Flight Before (and After) the Wright Brothers by Phil Scott; The Ship: Retracing Captain Cook's Endeavor Voyage by Simon Baker; Land of the Lost Monsters by Ted Oakes; What We Eat by Burt Wolf; The New Rider's Horse Encyclopedia by Elwyn Hartley Edwards; Edge of Africa by Carlton Ward and Alfonso Alonso; Erotica by Edward Lucie-Smith. Booth: 2150.
This unit of ABC publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction hardcovers, trade and mass-market paperbacks for adult readers; imprints include Theia, Hyperion East, ESPN Books, ABC Daytime Press and Talk Miramax. Featured:The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom; Life and Time by Mike Wallace; The Pleasure of My Company by Steve Martin; Jamie's Kitchen by Jamie Oliver; Ty's Tricks by Ty Pennington; Gasping for Airtime by Jay Mohr; Fish for Life by Stephen Lundin. Giveaways: advance copies, Trading Up by Candace Bushnell and The Bode Parade by Mark Nykanen; books, The Center of Everything by Laura Moriarty; buttons, Hug Your Customers by Jack Mitchell; posters, Ty's Tricks. Booth: 1456.
HYPERION BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
This division of Disney Publishing offers picture books, fiction and nonfiction and series in hardcover and paperback for children and young adults; imprints include Michael di Capua Books, Jump at the Sun, Volo, Disney Press and Disney Editions. Featured:Sahara Special by Esmé Raji Codell; My Pony, written/illus. by Susan Jeffers; Coming Together by Harriette Cole, illus. by John Pinderhughes; The Meanest Doll in the World by Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin, illus. by Brian Selznick; Z Comes Home, written/illus. by Jon Agee; Brundibar by Tony Kushner, illus. by Maurice Sendak; Bartimaeus Trilogy #1: The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud; Time to Pee, written/illus. by Mo Williams; Baby Einstein by Julie Aigner-Clark, illus. by Nadeem Zaidi; The Disney Treasures by Robert Tieman, Lizzie McGuire, Kim Possible and W.i.t.c.h. Giveaways: galleys, posters, bookmarks, key chains. Booth: 1457.