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- 1999 BEA Awards
Bowker) Person of the Year Jane Friedman President and CEO HarperCollins Editorial Shaye Areheart Harmony Books Graphic Design Steve Snider Creative Director St.
- PW's Guide to BEA Exhibitors: N
Nachshon Press Booth: 633.
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MACMILLAN/FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX Carl's Snowy Afternoon ($12.99) by Alexandra Day.
- BEA Exhibitors: G - O
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- BookExpo America 2009: Around the BEA Booths: A - B
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- On-Sale Calendar: Week of January 16, 2012
Steve Ditko Omnibus Vol. 2 by Steve Ditko (DC Comics, $59.99; ISBN 978-1401232351).
- Selected Cookbooks, May—February: P-W
., $15.95 paper) by Deanna Keahey and Steve Kilner, which contains recipes using boxed macaroni and cheese as a basis for such dishes as Mac & Cheese Paella and Macaroni Apple Crisp.
- Fall 2004 Hardcovers: Performing Arts & Film
., $24.95), as told to Stephen Cox and Jim Terry, tells the story of Larry Fine, the frizzy-haired Stooge.