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Narcea S.A. de Ediciones
Publishes books on natural and social sciences, communication and gender studies, religion and spirituality; exhibiting with Federación de Gremios de Editores de España. Booth: 2338.
National Academies Press
Publishes works from the National Academies, including the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine and National Research Council; its Joseph Henry Press offers trade science titles. Featured:Fed Up! Winning the War Against Childhood Obesity by Susan Okie; Climate Crash by John Cox; The Language of Life: How Cells Communicate in Health and Disease by Debra Niehof; Conflict in the Cosmos: Fred Hoyle's Life in Science by Simon Mitton; Memory: The Key to Consciousness by Richard Thompson and Stephen Madigan. Booth: 4282.
National Assn. of College Stores (NACS)
National Assn. of Independent Publishers Representatives
National Book Foundation
National Book Network
Provides service-oriented sales, marketing and distribution to domestic and overseas publishers of commercial fiction, nonfiction and audio titles. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Advanced Learning Press, Bard Press/Wildcat, Biblio Distribution, Bleak House, Bonus Books, Bunker Hill Publishing, Cato Institute, Child and Family Press, Crossroad Publishing, Davies-Black, Eaglemont Press, Eclipse Press, FC&A Publishing, Greenline Publishing, Greenwood/Heinemann, Harvard Common Press, Hudson Hills Press, Insomniac Press, Jeffers Press, Justin, Charles & Co., M. Evans & Co., McBooks Press, Monkey Brain, Oneworld Publications, Quest Books, Rand, Randall Fraser Publishing, Regnery Publishing, RLPG/Rowman & Littlefield, Ruder Finn, Schreiber Publishing, Snow Lion Publications, Sport Media, Tanglewood Publishing, Taylor Trade Publishing, YMAA Publications. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more. Booths: 4438, 4439.
National Endowment for the Arts
National Geographic Books
Featured:Tutankhamum and the Golden Ages of the Pharaoh by Zahi Hawass; Wide Angle: National Geographic Greatest Places; National Geographic Visual History of the World, foreword by Douglas Brinkley; Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination, intro. by Anthony Daniels; National Geographic Complete Book of Birds, edited by Jonathan Alderfer; Outrage, Passion, and Uncommon Sense: How Editorial Writers Have Taken On and Helped Shape the Great American Issues of the Past 150 Years by Michael Gartner and the Newseum; Golf's Golden Age: Robert T. Jones and the Legendary Players of the '20s and '30s by Rand Jeffers. Giveaways: copies of Golf's Golden Age and The Edge of Maine by Geoffrey Wolff; ARCs and samplers of Outrage, Passion, and Uncommon Sense, Dear Mr. President and Forever a Soldier; calendars of Tutankhamum and the Golden Ages of the Pharaoh; catalogues; postcards.Discounts: TBD. Booths: 3526, 3527.
National Geographic Children's Books
Featured: How To Be Series; Monumental Verses by J. Patrick Lewis; Remember World War II by Dorinda Makanaõnalani Nicholson, foreword by Madeleine K. Albright; National Geographic Student Atlas of the World, Revised and Expanded Edition; Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein by Marfé Ferguson Delano; You and Me Together: Moms, Dads, and Kids Around the World by Barbara Kerley; Moon by Steve Tomecek, illus. by Liisa Chauncy Guida; Ocean Babies by Deborah Lee Rose, illus. by Hiroe Nakata; Go Wild in New York City by Brad Matsen, illus. by Paul Corio; Tutankhamun: The Mystery of the Boy King by Zahi Hawass. Giveaways: copies of Go Wild in New York City (first 100 visitors) Booths: 3526, 3527.
Distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Fog Facts by Larry Beinhart; Letters from Young Activists by Dan Berger, Chesa Boudin and Kenyon Farrow; Dictionary of Republicanisms by Katrina vanden Heuvel. Booth: 2740.
Naval Institute Press
Featured:Ruff's War by K. Sue Roper; Naval Institute Almanac of the U.S. Navy by Anthony Cowden; Riders of the Wind: Navy Balloonists by Gordon Vaeth; From Omaha to Dawson's Ridge by Cole Kingseed. Booth: 3248.
Nav Press/Pinon Press
Naxos of America/Naxos AudioBooks
Offers adult and children's fiction and nonfiction titles via audio/CD enhanced with music selections; imprints include Naxos AudioBooks, Naxos Educational and Naxos Music. Featured audio: more than 250 titles. Booth: 4981.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:The Bloodthirsty Weasels: On the Loose and Buck Wild, both by Theresa "Terry" Bane; Ivy Cole and the Moon by Gina Farago; Making Do: How to Cook Like a Mountain MeMa by Lois Sutphin. Booth: 2654.
Thomas Nelson Publishing
Featured:Why We Walk; Here's Johnny by Ed McMahon; Island of Saints by Any Andrews; Through Painted Deserts by Don Miller; Unauthorized Guide to Sex and the Church by Carmen Renee Berry; Comes a Horseman by Robert Liparulo; The Way Home by Max Lucado; Holding Children Hostage by Rod Paige; St. Nicholas by Joe Wheeler. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: 50%, free freight, 90-day on orders over $500. Booths: 751, 4038.
New Age Retailer Magazine
New Concept Press
Exhibiting with Greater New York Independent Publishers Assn. Featured:Plays at Home and Abroad and Hymie and the Angel, both by Norman Beim. Giveaways: copies of featured titles. Discounts: 40%, free freight. Booth: 5106.
Exhibiting with W.W. Norton. Booth: 3738.
New Harbinger Publications
Featured:How to Stop Backing Down and Start Talking Back by Lisa Frankfort and Patrick Fanning; Women Who Worry Too Much by Holly Hazlett-Stevens; The OCD Workbook, Second Edition by Bruce M. Hyman and Cherry Pedrick; Neural Path Therapy by David Harp and Matthew McKay; Self-Esteem Companion, Second Edition by Matthew McKay, Patrick Fanning and Carole Honeychurch. Giveaways: bags; lanyards; galleys of Portable Therapy; copies of Overcoming Obsessive Washing. Drawings: for a DVD of Monk, Season One & Season Two. Discounts: 49% on assorted front- and backlist. Booth: 3679.
New Holland Publishers (U.K.) Ltd.
Featured:The Mediterranean: Cradle of European Culture by Michael Streeter; The Grand Literary Cafés of Britain and Europe by Noël Riley Fitch; The English Church by Tim Tatton-Brown and John Crook; Quick and Easy Wall Art by Jo Rigg; Decorative Finishes with Panels and Mouldings and Weekend Woodworking with Power Tools, both by Alan and Gill Bridgewater; The Cook's Bible of Ingredients by Margaret Brooker; Black Belt: Judo Skills and Techniques by Neil Ohlenkamp; The Koi Handbook by Servaas de Kock and Ronnie Watt; Thai Massage by Hans-Erik Petermann. Booth: 2522.
Exhibiting with Kensington Publishing Corp. Featured:Clueless by Bobbie Reid; Deadly Masquerade by Donita Woodruff; Bride Again by Beth Redd Ramirez; Doormats by Rebekah Lewis; Small Horizons Let's Talk series, including I Don't Want to Go to School by Nancy Pando and Jessica's Two Families by Lynne Hugo. Giveaways: refreshments daily at booth. Booth: 3720.
New Jersey Library Assn.
Featured: What's Happening to My Body? series by Lynda Madaras; The Way of Ping: A Parable by Ron Rubin and Stuart Avery Gold; Book Sense Best Children's Books; Condi: The Condoleezza Rice Story by Antonia Felix; The Sideways Guide to Wine and Life; Buster Keaton by Edward McPherson; moviebooks on Memoirs of a Geisha, Kingdom of Heaven and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; Dr. Richard Stein's Heart Book. Giveaways: movie memorabilia grab bags (posters; DVDs; CDs); ARCs; excerpt booklets. Drawings: for movie screening passes. Booths: 3738—3742.
New Mexico Book Assn.
A regional association of book publishers, publishing professionals and authors; publishes a monthly newsletter, represents members at trade shows; offers programs and seminars. Booth: 1728.
Exhibiting with W.W. Norton. Featured:And They Sang by Studs Terkel; All Alone in the World: Children of the Incarcerated by Nell Bernstein; Jane Fonda's War: A Political Biography of an Antiwar Icon by Mary Hershberger; Tragedy and Farce: Wars, Elections, Democracy, and the Media by Robert McChesney and John Nichols; Rednecks and Bluenecks: The Politics of Country Music by Chris Willman; She Would Not Be Moved: How We Tell the Story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott by Herbert Kohl. Giveaways: posters; excerpt readers; ARCs. Booths: 3748, 3750.
New Win Publishing
This first-time exhibitor, a division of Academic Learning Company, produces titles on the outdoors; imprints include WBusiness Books and ZHealth Books. Featured from New Win Publishing:The New Roland Martin's One Hundred & One Bass-Catching Secrets by Roland Martin; Shotgunning by Bob Brister; The History of Winchester Firearms: 1866—1992 by Thomas Henshaw; Ed McGivern's Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting, Anniversary Edition by Ed McGivern; Dave Henderson's Dog Stories by Dave Henderson; A Hunter's Fireside Book by Gene Hill. From WBusiness Books:Great Salespeople Aren't Born, They're Hired by Joe Miller. From ZHealth Books:Eat Smarter: A Guide to Good Health and Weight-Loss for Kids of All Ages by Dale Figtree. Discounts: free freight or 90-day billing (retail accounts). Booth: 2124.
New World Library/HJ Kramer
Exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured from New World Library:The Real Meaning of Life by David Seaman; 101 Exercises for the Soul by Bernie Siegel; Storycatcher by Christina Baldwin; To Be of Use by Dave Smith; Angel Dogs and Rainbow Bridges, both by Linda and Allen Anderson; Eckhart Tolle's Findhorn Retreat (audio/CD) by Eckhart Tolle; The Smart Couple's Guide to the Wedding of Your Dreams by Judith Sherven and James Sniechowski; The Christmas House by Georja Skinner; Spirit Horses by Tony Stromberg. From HJ Kramer:Messengers of Light, Love, and Hope by Terry Lynn Taylor. Giveaways: blads of Spirit Horses and The Real Meaning of Life. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2738, 2740.
New York Library Assn.
New York Review of Books
Featured from NYRB Classics:The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells, illus. by Edward Gorey; New York Stories of Henry James, edited and with intro. by Colm Toíbín; A Time of Gifts and Between the Woods and the Water, titles by Patrick Leigh Fermor, intro. by Jan Morris; Warlock by Oakley Hall; Dime-Store Alchemy: The Art of Joseph Cornell by Charles Simic; Moura: The Baroness Budberg by Nina Berberova; The Singapore Grip by J.G. Farrell; Shakespeare by Mark Van Doren, intro. by David Lehman; Chess Novel by Stefan Zweig. From NYRB Collections:The New Normal by Joan Didion; Trust Is Not Enough: Bringing Human Rights to Medicine by David J. and Sheila M. Rothman. From NYRB:The Age of Conversation by Benedetta Craveri; A Jab in the Dark: Anxiety and Rationality in the MMR Controversy by Richard Horton. From NYRB Children's Collection:d'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths by Edgar Parin and Ingri Mortenson d'Aulaire, intro. by Michael Chabon. From The Little Bookroom:San Francisco Noir: The City in Film Noir from 1940 to the Present by Nathaniel Rich; Au Vrai Zinc: The Authentic Zinc Bars of Paris by François Thomazeau. From Granta:The Granta Book of India, edited by Ian Jack. Giveaways: posters. Drawings: for the J.G. Farrell's Empire trilogy. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3733.
New York Univ. Press
Featured:Tugboats of New York; An Illustrated History by George Matteson; The Bobbed Haired Bandit: A True Story of Crime, Sex, and Celebrity in 1920s New York by Stephen Duncombe and Andrew Mattson; Pregnancy and Power: A Short History of Reproductive Politics in America by Rickie Solinger; Making the Irish American by J.J. Lee and Marion Casey; The Real Price of War by Joshua S. Goldstein; The Rise of Viagra by Meika Loe; Dear Doctor Spock: Letters About the Vietnam War to America's Favorite Baby Doctor by Michael S. Foley. Giveaways: rubber tugboats; posters; photos taken with a likeness of the Bobbed Haired Bandit. Discounts: 50% on backlist books (12-title minimum). Booth: 1129.
New You Books
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on subjects dealing with the art of living, karma, meditation, yoga, spiritual growth and self-discovery; exhibiting with the Combined Book Exhibit. Featured: titles by J.P. Vaswani. Giveaways: books; canvas bag; caps; water bottles; key rings; pens. Drawings: round-trip to India; see booth for details. Discounts: free freight, extra percentage. Booth: 2457.
Provides accurate, timely bibliographic services in a variety of formats including CD-ROMs, online or record supply for the international book industry; Nielsen BookNet provides a range of services, including order routing and network services; exhibiting with Watson-Guptill. Featured: demonstrations of bibliographic services, order routing and network services. Booth: 4125.
Monitors and analyzes sales data for the English-language book industry worldwide, tracking over 75% of general retail sales within the USA on a weekly basis including chains, internet retailers, discount stores, as well as large and small independents; exhibiting with Watson-Guptill. Featured: demonstrations of how booksellers and publishers can benefit from this unique market intelligence. Booth: 4124.
Max Niemeyer Verlag
This first-time exhibitor publishes traditional German titles on linguistics and literature studies, history, Jewish studies and academic journals; exhibiting with the German Collective Stand. Featured:Werke und Briefwechsel, Band 1 by Achim von Arnim; Karl der Große, edited by Bernd Bastert; Historical Dictionaries, edited by Julie Coleman and Anne McDermott; Geistreiches Gesangbuch I/1 by Johann Anastasius Freylinghausen; Kafka, Zionism and Beyond, edited by Mark H. Gelber; Die Franckeschen Stiftungen by Rüdiger Loeffelmeier; Theoretische Welten by Dirk Vanderbeke; Dem Leibe abgelesen by Tanja van Hoorn. Booth: 2225.
Featured:Strength in the Storm: Creating Calm in Difficult Times, Words to Live By: A Daily Guide for Leading an Exceptional Life and Meditation: A Simple Eight Point Program, works by Eknath Easwaran. Giveaways: ARCs of Strength in the Storm. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2843.
Noguer y Caralt Editores
This Barcelona-based publisher offers literature for children and young adults as well as adult fiction, encyclopedias and music reference titles; exhibiting with Federación de Gremios de Editores de España. Booth: 2338.
Featured:Work Less, Live More by Robert Clyett; Parent Savvy by Nihara Choudhri; Quicken WillMaker Estate Planning Essentials by the Editors of Nolo; Bankruptcy: Is It the Right Solution to Your Debt Problems?, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Repay Your Debts and Solve Your Money Troubles, titles by Robin Leonard; How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy by Stephen Elias, Albin Renauer and Robin Leonard; Credit Repair by Robin Leonard and Deanne Loonin. Booth: 3061.
Exhibiting with IPG. Featured: Tools of Discovery series: Tools of Navigation and Tools of the Ancient Romans, titles by Rachel Dickinson; Tools of Timekeeping by Linda Formichelli and W. Eric Martin; Tools of Ancient Greece by W. Eric Martin; Build It Yourself series: Great Civil War Projects You Can Build Yourself and Amazing Leonardo da Vinci Projects You Can Build Yourself, titles by Maxine Anderson; The Street-Smart Writer by Jenna Glatzer and Daniel Steven; The Tactful Teacher by Yvonne Bender. Discounts: 50% on 15 or more assorted backlist titles (spring 2005/earlier). Booth: 2721.
North American Bookdealers Exchange
Provides international book marketing services; distributes books, audio and video and assorted allied products for client-publishers. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including ARW Learning, Black Forest Press, CJ Fletcher Publishing, Don Barnette Publishing, Greatland Publishing Co., Hamedi Publishing, Imagination Arts Publications, Madgical Creations, Marathon Int'l Book Co., Mumblefish Books, New World Publishing, Peaceful Pilgrim Press, Sarajames Poetry Inc., Transformational Eagle Publishing. Booth: 835.
Exhibiting with Chronicle Books. Featured:Aaron's Secret Message: A Christmas Story by Marcus Pfister; Dreamflight by Brigitta Garcia Lopez; Anna Aphid by Christine Goppel; Hugs and Kisses, Touch and Feel Board Book by Christophe Loupy; Advent Storybook: 24 Stories to Share Before Christmas by Antonie Schneider; Wish You Were Here by Moritz Petz; Rapunzel by Brothers Grimm, illus. by Dorothee Duntze; House for a Mouse by Jean-Come Nogues. Drawings: daily for a library of North-South books, including a complete set of fall 2005 frontlist titles ($800+ value). Discounts: receive free freight or extra 4% on orders of 50 backlist units. Booth: 3038.
Northwestern Univ. Press
Exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:A Day, A Night, Another Day, Summer by Christine Schutt; My Sax Life: A Memoir by Paquito D'Rivera; A Theater of Our Own: A History and a Memoir of 1,001 Nights in Chicago by Richard Christiansen; The Arabian Nights: A Play and The Odyssey: A Play, titles by Mary Zimmerman; Almonds to Zhoof: Collected Stories by Richard Stern; Bluebirds Used to Croon in the Choir and Other Stories by Joe Meno. Giveaways: tote bags, A Theater of Our Own. Discounts: 48% on backlist titles. Booth: 4478.
W.W. Norton & Co.
Featured:Wild Braid by Stanley Kunitz; Infrastructures by Brian Hayes; The Last Coach by Allen Barra; Love My Rifle More than You by Kayla Staub Williams; Patrick O'Brian, The Making of a Novelist by Nikolai Tolstoy; That's My Story and I'm Sticking to It by Spike Lee; Classic Feynman by Richard Feynman; Mexican Everyday by Rick Bayless; New Garden Paradise by Dominque Browning; Right, Wrong & Risky by Mark Davidson; Rise of American Democracy by Sean Wilentz; Spook by Mary Roach; Will in the World by Stephen Greenblatt; I'll Go to Bed at Noon by Gerard Woodward; End of Faith by Sam Harris; Obsessive Genius by Barbara Goldsmith. Booths: 3738, 3739.
Packages and distributes restored original broadcasts of "old time" radio programs and classic television shows from the 1950s and '60s. Featured audio: Old Time Radio Shows (two-CD package): Detective, Radio Classics, Fibber McGee and Molly, I Love Mystery and Famous Guest Stars; Old Time Radio Shows (four-CD package): All Time Favorites, Comedy, Mystery, Dectectives and Westerns. Booth: 2630.
Manufactures a unique one piece hands-free open book holder called Bookhug. Featured: selected items for retailers. Booth: 1639.