New World Library
This producer of books, audio content, and
gift products publishes titles on personal
growth, spirituality, alternative health,
creativity, women’s interests, Eastern
philosophy, religion, animals, Native
American interests, and yoga.
New York Review of Books
This company is featuring a BEA issue of
the New York Review of Books and a BEA
Supplement, along with new titles published by New York Review Books, NYRB
Classics, NYRB Poets, the New York
Review Children’s Collection, and the
New York Univ. Press
Booths RC519, RC521
A publisher of original scholarship since its
founding in 1916, New York University
Press is a department of the New York
University Division of Libraries. Working
across the humanities and social sciences,
NYU Press has award-winning lists in sociology, law, cultural and American studies,
religion, American history, anthropology,
politics, criminology, media and communication, literary studies and psychology.
This exporter and importer represents
Japanese publishers specializing in books
on fashion, art, architecture, photography,
hobbies, and travel.
Specializes in graphic novels, graphic art,
and illustrated books, with offices in
London and New York; distributed by
Consortium in the U.S. & Canada.
Featured titles: Fantasy Sports 2: The Bandit
of Barbel Bay by Sam Bosma; The Journey by
Francesca Sanna; and Do You Hear What I
Hear? by Helen Borten.
This publisher of picture books from inter-
national authors and illustrators is best
known for the Rainbow Fish series by
Northwestern Univ. Press
Dedicated to publishing works of enduring
scholarly and cultural value, and extending
the university’s mission to a community of
readers throughout the world.
Established in 1923, W.W. Norton is
America’s largest independent publisher
of adult trade fiction, nonfiction, professional psychology, art, and architecture
Featured titles: Blood at the Root by Patrick
Phillips; The Book That Matters Most by
Ann Hood; and Four Dimensional Human
by Laurence Scott.
This Madrid-based publisher specializes in
picture books and children’s fiction that
promote acceptance and respect among
diverse people and cultures.
The publisher’s mission is to publish
stories and other content that uplifts,
inspires, and encourages positive values
and personal growth.
Orca Book Publishers
Imprints of this publisher of children’s and
adult books include Orca Soundings, teen
novels for reluctant readers; the Holocaust
Remembrance series; Orca Currents,
offering middle-grade fiction; Sports
Stories; the Deal With It series of conflict-resolution guides; and Rapid Reads, a series
of short novels for adults.
Focusing on books for technology professionals, knowledge workers, digital media
professionals, and the do-it-yourself
(over 1. 85 million
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