- Spring 2001 Book List
., $24) by Tom DeMarco advocates employing a little more staff than less for greater flexibility, growth and maneuverability during times of change.THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION The Economic Impact of the Internet Revolution (Apr., $17.50) by Robert E.
- Fall 2012 Sneak Previews
by Catherine Stier, illus. by David Leonard, which offers information about voting; A Boxcar Beginning: The Aldens of Fair Meadow Farm by Patricia MacLachlan, a tribute to the classic novel by Gertrude Chandler Warner; The Year Comes Round: Haiku Through the
- Fall 2007 Sneak Previews
ABRAMS Abrams takes a stroll down memory lane with When the Silliest Cat Was a Kittenby Gilles Bachelet, about how a certain pet adapted to living
- Working the Floor, C
CAREER PRESS/NEW PAGE BOOKS Featured:How to Work for an Idiot by John Hoover; titles from The Homework Helpers series, including Physics by Greg Curran and Earth Science by Phil Medina; Diane
- Fall 2002 Hardcovers: Contemporary Affairs to Fiction/First & Collections
BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PRESS Japan's Policy Trap: Dollars, Deflation and the Crisis of Japanese Finance (Sept., $38.95) by Akio Mikuni and R.
- Spring/Summer Religion Books: N - Z
PARACLETE PRESS By Willoway Brook: Exploring the Landscape of Prayer (Mar., $17.95) by Cindy Crosby draws parallels between exterior landscapes and a worshipful interior.
- New and Forthcoming Spanish-Language Titles 2014
Warner Open Road Español (September) ISBN 978-1-4976-2384-2 Benny and his friend Mike get in trouble when they become curious about a uranium mine.El rancho del misterio (Mystery Ranch) by Gertrude C.
- Spring 2016 Religion & Spirituality Announcements
With the arrival of spring comes the release of many religion and spirituality books that ask readers to contemplate long-standing practices and consider new ways forward.
- Spring 2005 Hardcovers: Fiction/General and Short Stories
ALYSON Back Where He Started (Apr., $24.95) by Jay Quinn.
- Spring 2002 Mass Market Paperbacks
SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT CATEGORIES &/>
- Convention Schedule & Information
Speaker: Janine Warner, JC Warner Communications.
- PW's Guide to BEA Exhibitors: S
Saddleback Educational This first-time exhibitor offers textbooks, workbooks, read-alongs, paperback books, reproducibles and more in all subject areas for elementary, middle and high school students as well a
- Fall Regional Roundup
SEBA supper, sponsored by Time Warner Trade Publishing, features Pat Conroy (My Losing Season), Philip Gulley (Christmas in Harmony), Donna Tartt (The Little Friend) and Michael Graham (Redneck Nation).
- ‘Hunger Games’ Still Rules in Children’s: Facts & Figures 2012
For children’s books, without a doubt, the Hunger Games was the story of the year.
- Children's Books for Spring
New Grosset &Dunlap's Nature Field Guides are Looking at Bugs by Laura Driscoll, illus. by Pedro Julio Gonzalez and Tim Haggerty; and Looking at the Sky by Jennifer Frantz, illus. by Drew-Brook-Cormack and Haggerty ($4.99 each, 6-8).