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Scholastic(24)

For 90 years, teachers and parents have recognized Scholastic as a trusted name in learning. Scholastic continues this successful history by remaining focused on encouraging children to learn to read and love to learn, helping teachers carry out their important jobs and supporting parents in their role as their child’s first teacher. Founded in 1920 by M.R. “Robbie” Robinson, the father of the current Chairman and CEO, Richard Robinson, today, Scholastic has over $2 billion in revenues and is a global leader in children’s brands and distribution, with more than 9,500 employees worldwide. Scholastic creates quality educational and entertaining materials and products for use in school and at home, including children's books, magazines, technology-based products, teacher materials, television programming, feature film, videos and toys. Scholastic distributes its products and services through a variety of channels, including proprietary school-based book clubs, school-based book fairs, retail stores, schools, libraries and television networks; and Scholastic.com. Scholastic has international operations in Australia, Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and the United Kingdom. As our world grows smaller and interconnected, Scholastic will continue to develop materials that span cultural and national boundaries and serve the needs of parents, teachers and children worldwide.

HarperCollins(98)

HarperCollins Publishers is one of the world’s leading English-language publishers. Headquartered in New York, the company is a subsidiary of News Corporation. The house of Mark Twain, the Brontë sisters, Thackeray, Dickens, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, and Margaret Wise Brown, HarperCollins was founded in New York City in 1817 as J. and J. Harper, later Harper & Brothers, by James and John Harper. In 1987, as Harper & Row, it was acquired by News Corporation. The worldwide book group was formed following News Corporation’s 1990 acquisition of the British publisher William Collins & Sons. Founded in 1819, William Collins & Sons published a range of Bibles, atlases, dictionaries, and reissued classics, expanding over the years to include legendary authors, such as H. G. Wells, Agatha Christie, J. R. R. Tolkien, and C. S. Lewis. HarperCollins has publishing groups in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia/New Zealand, and India. Today, HarperCollins is a broad-based publisher with strengths in literary and commercial fiction, business books, children's books, cookbooks, mystery, romance, reference, religious and spiritual books. With nearly 200 years of history, HarperCollins has published some of the world's foremost authors and has won numerous awards including the Nobel Prize, the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award, the Newbery Medal and the Caldecott.

Andrews McMeel Publishing(4)

Today, Andrews McMeel Universal is the largest independent newspaper syndicate in the world and an emerging leader in book and calendar publishing and gift and stationery merchandising. In 1997, the privately-held company became Andrews McMeel Universal to reflect its diversification into magazine publishing and new media. Every year, the company publishes the work of more than 125 syndicate creators and writers, more than 300 books, and a prestigious line of calendars and gift and stationery items. Andrews McMeel Universal continues to exert a lasting influence on American popular culture. "We're a talent agency," says John McMeel, chairman of Andrews McMeel Universal and co-founder of Universal Press Syndicate. "A special kind of talent agency, because the creators and authors we represent and promote are special kinds of people. The relationships between our company and our creators and authors— and our relationships with the editors, writers and artists on our own staff—are the foundation upon which this company was built and has succeeded. Without them we'd have no company, no reason to exist." Inspired by one of Erma Bombeck's columns, Kathleen Andrews, vice chairman of Andrews McMeel Universal, says, "Creative people are like kites. They fly high above the rest of us, inspiring us and filling us with awe. But there has to be somebody down here, on the ground, holding the string, pulling it tight, letting it out, or the kite couldn't fly. If you let go of the string, the kite will crash. But if you don't give the kite enough string, it'll never fly as high as it can. That's what our company does. We hold the string—not too tight, not too loose. The kite is the creator. And the flight of the kite is the creativity."

Random House(30)

Random House, Inc. is the U.S. division of Random House, the world's largest trade-book publisher, and is owned by Bertelsmann AG, one of the world's foremost media companies. Random House, Inc. assumed its current ownership with its acquisition by Bertelsmann in 1998, which brought together the imprints of the former Random House, Inc. with those of the former Bantam Doubleday Dell. Random House, Inc.'s adult publishing groups are the Crown Publishing Group, the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, and the Random House Publishing Group. The Random House Children's Books division is the world's largest publisher of books for young readers. Together, these groups and their imprints publish fiction and nonfiction, both original and reprints, by some of the foremost and most popular writers of our time. They appear in a full range of formats—including hardcover, trade paperback, mass market paperback, audio, electronic, and digital, for the widest possible readership from adults to young adults and children. The reach of Random House is global, with Random House publishing companies in nineteen countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain, the United Kingdom, Uruguay, U.S., and Venezuela. Through Random House International, the books published by the imprints of Random House, Inc. are sold in virtually every country in the world. Random House has long been committed to publishing the best literature by writers both in the United States and abroad. In addition to their commercial success, books published by Random House, Inc. have won an unrivalled number of Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes. The signature Random House imprint was founded in 1925, when Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer purchased The Modern Library, reprints of classic works of literature, from publisher Horace Liveright. Two years later, in 1927, they decided to broaden their publishing activities, and the Random House colophon made its debut. Random House first made international news by successfully defending in court the U.S. publication of James Joyce's masterpiece, Ulysses, setting a major legal precedent for freedom of speech. Beginning in the 1930s, the company moved into publishing for children, and over the years has become a leader in the field. Random House entered reference publishing in 1947 with the highly successful American College Dictionary, which was followed in 1966 by the equally successful unabridged Random House Dictionary of the English Language. It continues to publish numerous reference works, including the Random House Webster's College Dictionary. In 1960, Random House acquired the distinguished American publishing house of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., and, a year later, Pantheon Books, which had been established in New York by European editors to publish works from abroad. Both were assured complete editorial independence—a policy which continues in all parts of the company to this day. Random House, Inc. was itself acquired in 1965 by the major media corporation, RCA. The publisher's expansion continued with the acquisition in 1973 of Ballantine Books, whose mass market paperback publishing program enabled Random House to reach a much broader and more diverse readership. In 1980, Random House was acquired by Advance Publications, Inc., a privately held company. There followed a period of significant growth, including the acquisition of the paperback publisher Fawcett Books in 1982; the creation of Villard Books, a new hardcover imprint, in 1983; the acquisition of Times Books from The New York Times Company in 1984; and Fodor's Travel Guides, acquired in 1986. In 1988, Random House again grew dramatically with the acquisition of the Crown Publishing Group, whose imprints included Crown; Clarkson Potter, Inc.; Harmony Books; and the Outlet Book Company, a major publisher of low-priced books now known as Random House Value Publishing. Having established Random House of Canada in 1944, Random House significantly expanded its international presence in 1987 to the United Kingdom with the acquisition of the British publishing group, Chatto, Virago, Bodley Head & Jonathan Cape, Ltd. The London operation was further expanded with the acquisition of Century Hutchinson Ltd. in 1989, and the trade division of Reed Books in 1997. Both the Canadian and UK operations grew substantially in 1998 with the acquisition of Random House, Inc. by Bertelsmann AG. Bertelsmann's Doubleday Canada and Bantam Books Canada merged with Random House of Canada, whose imprints also include Random House Canada, Knopf Canada, Vintage Canada, and Ballantine Canada. Transworld UK, Bertelsmann's UK operation, joined Random House UK, with subsidiaries in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Verlagsgruppe Random House, based in Munich, is Germany's trade-book-publishing market leader. Random House Mondadori, a joint venture with Italy's Mondadori Publishers, is the second-largest Spanish-language trade-book publisher, with highly respected imprints in Spain and Latin America.

Yearling(1)

For over forty years, Yearling has been the leading name in classic and award-winning literature for young readers. With 28 Newbery Award and Newbery-Honor winning titles, Yearling books feature children's favorite authors and characters, providing dynamic and engaging stories that have been entertaining and inspiring readers for generations. Now newly rebranded, it is easy for students to choose their favorites! Yearling Books include a variety of content—adventure, humor, history, mystery, fantasy, and fiction—so there is a book for every reader. With bestselling titles such as Hoot, Number the Stars, Holes, Lily’s Crossing, A Single Shard, and Bud, Not Buddy, Yearling makes reading fun all year long! The new Yearling Educators Guide Bind-Up is now available to download! With over 40 Educators Guides for classic Yearling titles--from Blubber to His Dark Materials Trilogy--this handy classroom tool will help you teach them all! Click here to download the Yearling Educators Guide Bind-Up now. The Calendar and Author Study Guide provides tools to use with Yearling books every day in the classroom. The calendar is a handy way to keep track of your appointments and includes creative activities or discussion questions for various Yearling books. The author studies bring authors alive in the classroom!

Penguin Group(6)

Overview Penguin Group (USA) Inc. is the U.S. affiliate of the internationally renowned Penguin Group, one of the largest English-language trade book publishers in the world. Formed in 1996 as a result of the merger between Penguin Books USA and The Putnam Berkley Group, Penguin Group (USA), under the stewardship of Chief Executive Officer, David Shanks, and President, Susan Petersen Kennedy, is a leading U.S. adult and children's trade book publisher. The Penguin Group, with operations in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa and China, is led by CEO and Chairman, John Makinson, and is owned by Pearson plc. Pearson is an international media company with market-leading businesses in education, business information, and consumer publishing. Penguin Group (USA) publishes under a wide range of prominent imprints and trademarks, among them Viking, G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Penguin Press, Riverhead Books, Dutton, Penguin Books, Berkley Books, Gotham Books, Portfolio, New American Library, Plume, Tarcher, Philomel, Grosset & Dunlap, Puffin, and Frederick Warne. The company possesses perhaps the world's most prestigious list of bestselling, award-winning authors and a backlist of unparalleled breadth, depth, and quality. The Penguin Group's roster of bestselling authors is a Who's Who of the industry, including Patricia Cornwell, Nora Roberts, Tom Clancy, Jan Karon, Khaled Hosseini, Elizabeth Gilbert, Eckhart Tolle, Junot Díaz, Kim Edwards, Sue Monk Kidd, Sue Grafton, Ken Follett, Greg Mortenson, Clive Cussler, Alan Greenspan, Al Gore, A. Scott Berg, Nevada Barr, Saul Bellow, Harold Bloom, Geraldine Brooks, Sylvia Browne, Ron Chernow, Harlan Coben, J.M. Coetzee, Robin Cook, Catherine Coulter, Eric Jerome Dickey, Helen Fielding, Dick Francis, Al Franken, W. E. B. Griffin, Laurell K. Hamilton, Charlaine Harris, John Hodgman, Nick Hornby, the Dalai Lama, Kate Jacobs, Diane Johnson, Spencer Johnson, Garrison Keillor, Anne Lamott, John Lescroart, James McBride, Terry McMillan, Arthur Miller, Toni Morrison, Kathleen Norris, Joyce Carol Oates, Robert B. Parker, Ridley Pearson, Michael Pollan, John Sandford, Carol Shields, Daniel Silva, John Steinbeck, Amy Tan, Kurt Vonnegut and Stuart Woods. Penguin Group (USA) Inc. is also a global leader in children's publishing, through its Young Readers Group, with preeminent imprints such as Dial Books, Dutton, Grosset & Dunlap, Philomel, Puffin, Speak, Firebird, G. P. Putnam's Sons, Razorbill, Viking, and Frederick Warne. These imprints are home to Laurie Halse Anderson, Frank Beddor, Judy Blume, Jan Brett, Eric Carle, Roald Dahl, Tomie dePaola, John Green, Eric Hill, Anthony Horowitz, Brian Jacques, Mike Lupica, Richard Peck, Patricia Polacco, and dozens of other popular authors. Penguin Young Readers Group is also proud of perennial favorites such as The Little Engine That Could and the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys series.

Philomel(1)

Philomel Books Philomel Books was created in the early 1980s from World Publishing Books for Young People, by Editor and Publisher Ann Beneduce. The World list lived up to its name, drawing in titles from around the globe—such as Mitsumasa Anno's Journey series and Satomi Ichikawa's Nora books. Ms. Beneduce was a pioneer as far as books that would sell to both trade and institutional markets, so for the new list she chose the name Philomel, a term for an English nightingale that means literally "love of learning." The name implied that these books would be distinguished, beautiful in concept and form, fine enough to be sought as gifts, and original and handsome enough to be bought by libraries and schools. The early lists included such future classics as Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which has sold millions of copies worldwide and was even honored with its own U.S. postage stamp; Virginia Hamilton's Newbery Honor-winning Sweet Whispers, Brother Rush; Tasha Tudor's nineteenth century-based tales; and Ed Young's Caldecott Honor-winning The Emperor and the Kite. Patricia Lee Gauch, an author and teacher, came to Philomel in 1985. Sharing Ms. Beneduce's vision, she built on the ideas that had already begun to flower at Philomel, and added to the distinguished list Caldecott-winners Owl Moon by Jane Yolen and John Schoenherr, Lon Po Po by Ed Young, and So You Want to Be President? by Judith St. George and David Small, as well as the Caldecott Honor-winning Seven Blind Mice, also by Ed Young. Philomel became the primary publisher of popular author/artist Patricia Polacco, who created Pink and Say, Chicken Sunday, and many other biographical folktales. Philomel was honored with New York Times Best-Illustrated Awards for Cats Are Cats by Ed Young, Fox's Dream by Tejima, and Gulliver's Adventures in Lilliput by Gennady Spirin. Headed these days by President and Publisher Michael Green, who joined the imprint directly from graduate school in 1991 and never left, eventually taking helm of the list in 2003, Philomel has continued its tradition of quality picture books for the youngest of readers while simultaneously growing as one of the industry's leaders in commercial fiction for middle-grade and young-adult readers. Philomel takes pride in its ability to reach the reluctant reader, especially the boy reader. Among its success stories are Anthony Horowitz's Alex Rider novels, #1 bestsellers the world over and catalyst for a whole new generation of spy fiction lovers; Mike Lupica's sports-centered novels, such as Million-Dollar Throw,, that capture the purity of the 14-year-old sports fanatic in everyone, young or old; and John Flanagan's Ranger's Apprentice epic, the worldwide bestselling fantasy/adventure series that brings readers into the hearts and minds of those who defend a kingdom through courage, skill, and cunning. The Philomel list includes many timeless fantasies. In the late 1980s it became a leader in the field with Brian Jacques's Redwall Tales, a series now more than twenty books deep—including an illustrated cookbook and a graphic novel. T.A. Barron's popular fantasy epic The Lost Years of Merlin sowed the seeds for two companion trilogies, The Great Tree of Avalon and Merlin's Dragon. New to our fantasy list is Andrea Cremer's paranormal reinvention of werewolf mythology, Nightshade, the first in a richly textured, wildly romantic, and action-packed series. Other worlds, of one form or another, have always been of interest to Philomel. Hence its publishing of historical fiction, such as Jane Yolen and Robert Harris' The Queen's Own Fool, a story featuring Mary, Queen of Scots and her court jester; Janet Taylor Lisle's prohibition-era mystery Black Duck; and Nancy Springer's much-lauded, Edgar Award nominated Enola Holmes Mysteries set in Victorian England. Talented newcomer Ruta Sepetys sheds light on a dark period of history through one girl's eyes in Between Shades of Gray, set against the harsh Siberian backdrop during Stalin's little-known extermination and imprisonment of hundreds of thousands of innocent Lithuanians during World War II. Of course, Philomel still looks toward the picture book as the primary vehicle to bring reading to children and to make the experience a shared one with parents. Recent additions to the Philomel canon include Loren Long's re-illustrated edition of the classic Little Engine that Could along with his new classic, Otis, the first in a series. Few books celebrate the love between parent and child the way Maryann Cusimano Love and Satomi Ichikawa's You Are My I Love You; Pulitzer-Prize winner Berkeley Breathed's Mars Needs Moms!, or Barbara Joosse and Jan Jutte's Roawr! do. Friendship, in all its many guises, is celebrated in Oliver Jeffers' Lost and Found, Sandy Asher and Keith Graves' Too Many Frogs, and Patricia Polacco's January's Sparrow. Philomel strives to foster a love of reading in children and young adults. It is a love of story, of language that captivates, of art that makes both a parent's and child's eyes open wide with delight, of books that beckon to be read over and over and yet lose none of their magic, that drives the people of Philomel to make quality books. Publishing books and ideas that celebrate a child's potential—indeed, human potential—in worlds past and present is Philomel's goal.

Creative Teaching Press(2)

Creative Teaching Press (CTP) is a family-owned and teacher-managed supplemental educational publisher for children ages 3–14, grades PreK–8. CTP is a recognized leader in the educational industry and offers a wide variety of classroom learning décor and research-based, teacher-tested products. CTP offers an assortment of learning resources for parents and teachers in a variety of subject areas including phonics, reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. CTP celebrates more than four decades of providing parents and teachers from around the world with high-quality, easy-to-use learning materials.

Heinemann(12)

National Geographic(8)

The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest non-profit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.

Children's Press(58)

Puffin Books(12)

Puffin is well over sixty years old. Sounds ancient, doesn't it? But Puffin has never been so lively. Always on the lookout for the next big idea, which is how it began all those years ago. Penguin Books was a big idea from the mind of a man called Allen Lane, who in 1935 invented the quality paperback and changed the world. And from great Penguins great Puffins grew, changing the face of children's books forever. Puffin was hatched in 1939 when Noel Carrington met Allen Lane for lunch and put to him an idea for a series of children's non-fiction picture books. In just two minutes Allen Lane said Yes and so the Puffin list was born. The first picture books, published in 1940, were a great success and proved to Allen Lane that, with the right titles, the company had a fantastic future in children's publishing. In 1941 the first Puffin storybook appeared, featuring a man with broomstick arms, called Worzel Gummidge. At first it was hard for Puffin to find its (webbed) feet, with paper rationing during the war years and libraries who still wanted children's books in hardback. But the first Puffin Editor, Eleanor Graham, made it her mission to find books for children to love and created her own original Puffin list of around twelve titles per year. Amongst these titles were Noel Streatfeild's Ballet Shoes and the comic adventures of the mad-haired and bespectacled brainbox Professor Branestawm by Norman Hunter. 1950-1960 was a fantasy-filled decade of children's publishing. Some of the greatest Puffin tales of this era saw children stepping through wardrobes into magical lands (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardbrobe by C. S. Lewis) or upon the thirteenth stroke of the clock travelling back in time (Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce) or finding that spiders can talk and become best friends with a little piglet (Charlotte's Web by E. B. White). By 1961, when Eleanor Graham retired and Kaye Webb became Editor, Puffin had firmly stuck its (multicoloured) beak into the world of children's books. As Kaye took over there were 151 titles in print and by 1969, after a great big boom in children's publishing, there were 1,213. With more money to spend and better funding in schools and libraries, Puffin was reaping the benefits and some all-time classics were winging their way to the Puffin list, including Mary Poppins, Dr Dolittle and The Hobbit. And then there was the outstanding Stig of the Dump by Clive King, turned down by every other publisher in London! Kaye Webb read the manuscript and couldn't believe her luck - it published as a Puffin original and is now a modern classic. But Kaye didn't stop there. She also began a picture-book list, Picture Puffins, and published joke books and non-fiction titles as well as experimenting with a teenage fiction list. She was adamant that children should have a real relationship with their books. So she found a way to bring those books to life. In 1967 she started the Puffin Club, promising Allen Lane that "It will make children into book readers". She kept her promise. The Puffin Book Club is still going strong today, and is just one of the ways Puffin has established itself in the hearts of millions. The 1970s saw even more success for Picture Puffins, with The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle and Each Peach Pear Plum by Janet and Allan Ahlberg becoming instant hits (and both are still firm favourites today). And as for fiction - with the arrival of such hits as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, Watership Down by Richard Adams and Jill Murphy's much-loved The Worst Witch, Puffin was flapping its wings in delight. The 1980s is famous for its funny fashions and for Puffin it was a time to take to the water and surf the wave of popular culture. Every child had a Rubik's Cube and soon a million of them could finally complete the puzzle thanks to schoolboy Patrick Bossert's You Can Do the Cube. Puffin was also at the forefront of film tie-in publishing and formed close links with Disney and other major studios. Even though competition in the paperback market was growing, Puffin continued to innovate and excite readers with the timeless Spot and Meg and Mog series, and a Fighting Fantasy range which brought a whole new meaning to adventure game books. At the same time, Puffin was using its short wings to spread far and wide, with offices opening up across the globe, from America to Australia (and lots of places in between). The 1990s saw a host of brilliant writers joining the good ship Puffin, including Melvin Burgess, Eoin Colfer, Morris Gleitzman and Beverley Naidoo. And the most famous brand in children's publishing waddles proudly into the twenty-first century with the best books and ideas around. We have heroes - Artemis Fowl, Young Bond, Max Gordon and Percy Jackson, and heroines - Mildred Hubble, Scarlett, Lola and Angelina. We've starred at Fruitstock, gone on the road with Cathy Cassidy's Friendship Festival, performed in the West End with Eoin Colfer and launched a nationwide competition to name the explosive third book in the Young Bond series. Kylie and Madonna have put down their microphones and picked up pens for us and Ahmet Zappa, son of rock legend Frank, gave us some truly disgusting monsters to contend with. There was laughter all the way with the hilarious Jeremy Strong's 100-Mile-An-Hour Roadshow, bucketfuls of fun with Harry and his dinosaurs and, don't forget, 13 September is a national day of wearing yellow, eating chocolate and talking gobblefunk to celebrate the marvellous Mr Roald Dahl. The possibilities are endless, but one thing is for sure: whether it's a picture book or a paperback, a sticker book or a hardback, if it's got that little Puffin on it - it's always bound to be good.

Pan Macmillan(8)

Macmillan was founded in 1843 by Daniel and Alexander Macmillan, two brothers from the Scottish Isle of Arran. Daniel was the business brain, while Alexander laid the literary foundations, publishing such great authors as Charles Kingsley, Thomas Hughes, Lewis Carroll, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Henry James, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling and H. G. Wells. As the company evolved, the Macmillan family's vision continued to inspire the publishing of major writers including W. B. Yeats, Sean O'Casey, John Maynard Keynes, Charles Morgan, Hugh Walpole, Margaret Mitchell, C. P. Snow and Rumer Godden. The brothers' publishing talents were not confined to literature. Their vision led to the creation of enduring copyrights such as Nature (1869), the renowned Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1877) and Palgrave's Dictionary of Political Economy (1899). An ambitious expansion programme was initiated in the late 1960s when Harold Macmillan retired from politics after his term as prime minister and became chairman of the company. Serious academic, educational and literary publishing was followed by significant growth in reference programmes and college textbooks as well as educational and scientific journals. New international opportunities were grasped and publishing operations were set up in Japan, Mexico and the emerging markets of Africa and Asia. Nowadays Macmillan is one of the largest and best-known international publishers in the world, operating in over 70 countries.

Hachette Children's Books(10)

About Us Hodder Children's Books and Orchard Books proudly publish many successful brands such as Enid Blyton and Rainbow Magic and bestselling writers and illustrators including David Almond, Lauren Child, Robert Muchamore and Guy Parker-Rees. Our titles have won many major UK children's book awards. Our non-fiction imprints Franklin Watts and Wayland together have over 70 years of publishing experience and publish nearly 1,000 new information books each year. Our extensive range of high quality non-fiction books is perfect for classroom teaching as well as individual project work and homework help.

Golden Books(2)

Amulet Books(6)

Founded by Harry N. Abrams in 1949, ABRAMS is the preeminent publisher of high quality art and illustrated books. Now a subsidiary of La Martinière Groupe, ABRAMS is the publisher of bestsellers such as the wildly popular The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney, the award-winning cookbooks of Alton Brown, and the stunning photography of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s Earth from Above. ABRAMS publishes books in the areas of art, photography, cooking, interior design, craft, fashion, sports, pop culture, as well as children’s books and general interest. The company’s imprints include Abrams; Abrams Appleseed; Abrams ComicArts; Abrams Image; Abrams Books for Young Readers; Amulet Books; Stewart, Tabori & Chang; and STC Craft/Melanie Falick Books.

Henry Holt(7)

Macmillan is the new face of a company with a rich history in the publishing industry. The adult trade collection comes from a distinctive conglomerate of leading publishing imprints. Macmillan’s other primary focuses are on educating the leaders and thinkers of tomorrow with its college and academic titles, and magazines and journals. Macmillan in the US is a group of publishing companies in the United States held by Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck, which is based in Stuttgart, Germany. Our American publishers include Farrar Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt & Company, W.H. Freeman and Worth Publishers, Palgrave Macmillan, Bedford/St. Martin’s, Picador, Roaring Brook Press, St. Martin’s Press, Tor Books, and Macmillan Higher Education. Founded in 1952 by Macmillan in London, St. Martin's Press was for many years primarily a distributor of Macmillan books. However, particularly during the last 30 years, St. Martin’s grew rapidly as a publisher in its own right, finally becoming one of the seven largest publishers in America. Some of SMP’s most successful authors include: James Herriot, Rosamunde Pilcher, Dan Brown, Thomas Harris, Stephen Coonts, and Janet Evanovich. From their home in the Flatiron Building in New York, St. Martin’s publishes books under five imprints: St. Martin’s Press, Griffin, Minotaur, Thomas Dunne Books, and Truman Talley Books. In December of 1986, SMP acquired Tor (the leading publisher of Sci-Fi/Fantasy) which is now its own separate company. For the past 15 years in a row, Tor has won the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Publisher. They also publish children’s books for ages 10-12 under the StarScape imprint and books for children 12 and above under the Tor Teen imprint. Henry Holt and Company was founded in 1866. Holt was acquired by Holtzbrinck in November 1985, and is one of the oldest publishers in the United States. In addition to the Henry Holt imprint, the company publishes books under a number of other imprints. Metropolitan Books established in 1995 publishes fiction and non-fiction. Times Books launched in 2001, is the result of an innovative co-publishing agreement between Holt and The New York Times; its list focuses on science, business, and current events. Holt Paperback publishes much of the company’s non-fiction in paperback. Picador USA also publishes much of the company’s fiction in paperback. Throughout its history, Holt has published such important writers as Robert Frost, Norman Mailer and Kurt Vonnegut. Farrar, Straus and Giroux was founded in 1946 by Roger W. Straus. FSG was acquired by Holtzbrinck in November, 1994. The company is known especially for its literary fiction, but also publishes quality titles in a range of adult, children’s, and academic subject areas. FSG has an excellent reputation for publishing award-winning quality literature and is acknowledged to be one of the leading literary houses in the U.S. Distinguished authors include Tom Wolfe, Scott Turow, Susan Sontag, Michael Cunningham, Alice McDermott, and Jonathan Franzen. FSG authors have won numerous National Book Awards, Pulitzer Prizes and 21 Nobel Prizes in Literature. Recent FSG Pulitzer Prize winning books include Middlesex by Jeffery Eugenides and Moy Sand and Gravel by Paul Muldoon In 1995, Picador was launched as a literary imprint, publishing both hardcovers and trade paperbacks. In 1999, Picador began publishing trade paperbacks with FSG, and a year later with Holt as well as SMP. Today, Picador is the literary paperback publisher for the Macmillan group in America. In 2001, Audio Renaissance was acquired by Holtzbrinck. Prior to that, St. Martin’s Press was the distributor for Audio Renaissance titles. The company recently changed its name to Macmillan Audio. Macmillan Audio records the best of fiction and nonfiction available from FSG, Henry Holt, Picador, SMP/Tor Books in cassette, CD and digital formats. In 1994, the Anne Garrels title audio Naked in Baghdad won the 2004 Audie Award for Best Narration by Author or Authors. Palgrave Macmillan is a global crossmarket publisher. Palgrave Macmillan’s trade list is comprised of serious non-fiction representing the best thinking and research in the core areas of Politics, Business and History along with Current Affairs titles across a range of subjects. Palgrave Macmillan trade titles have been widely acclaimed as books that have transformed the national dialogue and include such prominent authors as John Dean, Juan Cole, Kenneth Roman, Abe Foxman, Walid Phares, General Wesley Clark, General Tony Zinni and many others.

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Make Believe Ideas(5)

Children's book publisher make believe ideas is a company focused on producing exciting, interactive books to both inspire and encourage babies and children to learn and develop. We produce books suitable for all ages from birth to 10+ years, all unique in their design and illustrations. We are located in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire and have been producing a wide range of high-quality children’s books since 2006. The talented and highly experienced team aim to publish 40-50 books every year.

Price Stern Sloan(9)

•PSS! publishes around 65 titles a year. •PSS! is a major presence in both trade and mass market, as well as the gift market and school market. •PSS! produces quirky, unique books and products. While predominantly novelty, PSS! publishes paperback titles, including Mad Libs, and the occasional hardcover. PSS! also publishes movie tie-in books in a variety of formats, including board books, activity, 8x8 and movie storybooks.

Tommy Nelson(8)

Tommy Nelson, the children’s division of Thomas Nelson, Inc., was created to place into the hands of children of all ages a wide variety of high quality, enjoyable products that are consistent with the teachings found in the Bible. Our products are designed to expand children’s imaginations and nurture their faith while pointing them to a personal relationship with God. First and foremost,Tommy Nelson is a children’s company that creates, markets and distributes books, Bibles, home video and audio products, music and other related ancillary products such as plush toys, games and action figures aimed at children ages 0-14. This is our specialty. We love what we do for we have full confidence that God has uniquely designed each child’s life. Our role is to assist the connection and stimulation of these promising minds and hearts. Every age, every phase, every skill level and every style is presented here for your consideration. At Tommy Nelson, we understand the need to keep peace with our rapidly changing world, so our heart’s desire is to continue to look for fresh new ways to reach children with the message of Christ.

Lorenz Books(3)

LORENZ BOOKS has justifiably forged a reputation as one of the foremost imprints in illustrated publishing worldwide, with 800 books in its backlist. Lorenz issues over 70 titles in each publishing season, Spring and Autumn.

DK(1)

DK Publishing is the New York Times bestselling publisher known for its distinctive, highly visual books, ebooks and apps that inform, inspire and entertain readers of all ages. DK also publishes the award-winning Eyewitness series for children and Eyewitness Travel Guides. BradyGames and Rough Guides are also available from DK, a division of Penguin Group.

Picture Window Books(24)

Not only does Capstone rank Number One among students preK through high school, but we’re also the first choice among their librarians and teachers. Whether recognizing colors and shapes through pictures, learning history through interactive chapter books or encountering mystery and adventure through safe graphic novels, kids (and educators) choose Capstone because we connect. Our award-winning authors, artists, graphic and interactive designers and content strategists create exciting experiences that connect children to ideas. We design amazing learning experiences with innovative content that spans both established and emerging delivery formats, from traditional print to interactive. In fact, we were the first to publish solely illustrated nonfiction series, exclusively safe graphic novels, nonfiction graphic novels series and nonfiction, and online research for emergent readers. We also diligently collaborate with librarians and teachers to better understand the unique challenges their students face. In addition to the proof of our product (well-worn book covers and online buzz generated by our digital services), educators also appreciate our superior customer service that’s fast becoming the industry standard. Launched in 1991, Capstone Press was first among our family of imprints and digital products. Today, we’ve expanded into a publishing house that offers everything from nonfiction, fiction and picture books to interactive books, audio books, literacy programs, and digital media, supporting the learning needs of students through experiences that capture and engage young minds.

Capstone Press(13)

Not only does Capstone rank Number One among students preK through high school, but we’re also the first choice among their librarians and teachers. Whether recognizing colors and shapes through pictures, learning history through interactive chapter books or encountering mystery and adventure through safe graphic novels, kids (and educators) choose Capstone because we connect. Our award-winning authors, artists, graphic and interactive designers and content strategists create exciting experiences that connect children to ideas. We design amazing learning experiences with innovative content that spans both established and emerging delivery formats, from traditional print to interactive. In fact, we were the first to publish solely illustrated nonfiction series, exclusively safe graphic novels, nonfiction graphic novels series and nonfiction, and online research for emergent readers. We also diligently collaborate with librarians and teachers to better understand the unique challenges their students face. In addition to the proof of our product (well-worn book covers and online buzz generated by our digital services), educators also appreciate our superior customer service that’s fast becoming the industry standard. Launched in 1991, Capstone Press was first among our family of imprints and digital products. Today, we’ve expanded into a publishing house that offers everything from nonfiction, fiction and picture books to interactive books, audio books, literacy programs, and digital media, supporting the learning needs of students through experiences that capture and engage young minds.

OCLC(1)

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信誼基金(16)

從信誼幼兒文學獎 看台灣原創圖畫書的發展 文 / 信誼基金會執行長 張杏如 三十年前的1978年4月,信誼基金會為了關懷幼兒教育,成立了台灣第一家專業為幼兒出版圖畫書的出版社。那是一個走入書店找不到圖畫書的年代,父母們總是問:幼兒也需要看書嗎?幼兒又不識字,怎麼看書呢?圖畫書只有圖,沒有幾個字,也是書嗎?我們面對的社會,普遍缺乏對幼兒早期教育的認識和重視,當然更談不上對幼兒文學或圖畫書的了解。 為台灣幼兒文學踏出第一步 出版社是成立了,但是作品在哪裡呢?雖然我有幸遇見了許多老師,在那個充滿理想和社會關懷的年代,無論是作家、畫家、設計家、編輯、乃至圖畫書的愛好者、收藏家,都用他們的專業和熱情帶領著我們,為了台灣的孩子,甚且親自參與,投入了在當時看來似乎是一個不可能的任務和夢想。是啊,我們多麼想為台灣的幼兒出版圖畫書,我們多麼想讓台灣的孩子也有圖畫書可以看。我們在不可能中摸索前進,尋找可能。選在1978年的母親節,第一本書《媽媽》出版了,林良先生的文字、趙國宗老師的圖、曹俊彥老師的編輯。但是,在一個完全沒有圖畫書傳統的社會,我們只能慢慢的走。

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典藏藝術家庭(3)

典藏藝術家庭成立於民國89年,創立的目的在希望將藝術人文內涵及素養,藉由圖書出版引入大眾生活中。經營幾年下來,我們不但實踐了當時的理想,更在這兩年更跨出圖書出版,邁向生活多元化的經營,透過 「典藏藝術網」提供最完整豐富的華人藝術資訊;經營「典藏創意空間」為藝術發聲,舉辦優質展覽及文化藝術講座。全面性地整合網路、平面及空間的文化藝術資源,以期提升大眾對藝術文化的瞭解。 為了更加落實我們的理想,今年「典藏」亦將觸角延伸至優質的餐飲服務,以社區‘點’做出發,運用典藏歷年推廣藝術文化所累積的經驗,投入於餐飲服務中,發展一種新的文化產值。我們期待藉由這棵「藝企合作」種子的播種,能收割屬於台灣獨特創意精神的果實。

三之三文化(2)

87年起,三之三國際文教機構邁入另一個嶄新的里程碑--發展出版部門,製作0-12歲精緻專業的兒童圖書(繪本)、教材、教具,提昇國內的兒童學習資源,培育卓越超群的下一代。 在繪本方面,我們以「生命教育」為出版主軸,陪同大人與孩子一起探究生命中的「人與自己」、「人與他人」、「人與環境」及「人與宇宙」四大領域的深義及奧妙。令我們深感驕傲的是,出版至今,三之三始終保持著年年得獎的佳績。

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小魯文化(2)

我們不斷地要求自己進步、成長,為的是替孩子們做出更好看、豐富、更有滋味的書,我們希望,所有的孩子們在我們的引導下,一天比一天更進步、更茁壯!

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小兵(1)

從前,有一個「賣書的人」,在賣書過程中,她常常聽到顧客抱怨︰書太貴啦!錯誤太多啦!內容太貧乏啦!不好看……對此,她只能陪笑臉說︰「請包涵,等我自己開出版社後,一定會出一些老少咸宜的好書。」而當時,「開出版社」,其實就和「想當總統」一樣,只是個不可能實現的「夢想」。 不過這個夢後來卻意外的實現了。 有一回,一個媽媽問她︰「有沒有比較實用,又能讓孩子愛看的安全教育故事書?」她遍尋不著,卻突然想到曾在國語日報看到「我有絕招」專欄,不正是讓小孩愛不釋手,卻又滿盈愛心與智慧的好材料?於是她和作者可白連絡,想買她的書。不料可白表示,「我只管寫,還沒有出版社來找我出書。」 這個賣書的人心想︰天哪!這麼精彩實用的東西,竟然沒沒有被搶走!於是很衝動的脫口而出︰「我幫你出版好不好?」 可白問:「妳是哪一家出版社?」 她結結巴巴的說:「我…我…們可以成立一家!」 就這樣,這個賣書的人——陳慧敏和可白一起成立了「小兵」出版社,專心製作這一本「我有絕招」。這本書,不但教導孩子如何保護自己,更能給粗心的父母很好的警惕,提醒他們何處理危機。她們想:只要能有一個小孩因為讀了這本書而提高警覺,在危機來臨時能隨機應變,錢賠光了也值得。於是出書後,她們對各小學發消息,只要來公函就送書。 沒想到這批贈書得到熱烈的回響。短短兩三個月,小兵送出很多書,也得到很多訂單,二刷、三刷…。小兵因而有能力繼續出版其他的書,而可白也由創作者走上的編輯路,成了小兵出版社的總編。

McSweeney's Books(1)

McSweeney’s began in 1998 as a literary journal that published only works rejected by other magazines. That rule was soon abandoned, and since then McSweeney’s has attracted work from some of the finest writers in the country, including Denis Johnson, Jonathan Franzen, William T. Vollmann, Rick Moody, Joyce Carol Oates, Heidi Julavits, Jonathan Lethem, Michael Chabon, Ben Marcus, Susan Straight, Roddy Doyle, T.C. Boyle, Steven Millhauser, Gabe Hudson, Robert Coover, Ann Beattie, and many others. At the same time, the journal continues to be a major home for new and unpublished writers; we’re committed to publishing exciting fiction regardless of pedigree. Each issue of the quarterly is completely redesigned. There have been hardcovers and paperbacks, an issue with two spines, an issue with a magnetic binding, an issue that looked like a bundle of junk mail, and an issue that looked like a sweaty human head. McSweeney’s has won multiple literary awards, including two National Magazine Awards for fiction, and has had numerous stories appear in The Best American Magazine Writing, the O. Henry Awards anthologies, and The Best American Short Stories. Design awards given to the quarterly include the AIGA 50 Books Award, the AIGA 365 Illustration Award, and the Print Design Regional Award.

Plume Books(1)

Plume was founded in 1970 as the trade paperback imprint of New American Library. In its early history, Plume focused primarily on nonfiction titles, publishing approximately 35 titles per year. In the early 1980s, as trade paperbacks were rapidly becoming the format of choice among a large segment of book buyers, Plume began expanding its reach, and became recognized as one of the pre-eminent trade paperback imprints. The 1980’s saw Plume make its mark with a number of major bestsellers, including Toni Morrison’s Tar Baby, Erica Jong‘s Fanny, Russell Baker‘s Growing Up, and Gloria Steinem’s Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions, among others. Now, in 2014, Plume is publishing 85 to 100 titles a year, and its backlist currently encompasses approximately 700 titles. Throughout its history, Plume has been dedicated to voices previously neglected by mainstream publishing. The pioneering program in multicultural literature, which began with Toni Morrison and Jamaica Kincaid, has expanded to include ground-breaking works by Latino, African-American, and Asian-American authors. Plume publishes such notable writers as Julia Alvarez, Bernice McFadden (Sugar), Gish Jen, and August Wilson (Fences), among many others. Plume was also a pioneer in gay publishing, with such classics as Edmund White‘s A Boy’s Own Story and Andrew Holleran’s Dancer from the Dance, which built the foundation for an exceptional gay and lesbian publishing program that is still going strong with Judy Shepard’s The Meaning of Matthew and Dan Savage and Terry Miller’s ground-breaking It Gets Better.

Anchor Books(2)

Founded in 1953 Anchor Books is the oldest trade paperback publisher in America. The goal was to make inexpensive editions of modern classics widely available to college students and the adult public. Today, Anchor’s list boasts award-winning history, science, women’s studies, sociology, and quality fiction. Authors published by Anchor Books include Chinua Achebe, Ian McEwan, Alexander McCall Smith, Julia Glass, Karen Armstrong, Anne Rice, Jon Krakauer, Chuck Palahniuk, Mary Gordon, Dan Brown, and Margaret Atwood.

Knopf (1)

Alfred A. Knopf was founded in 1915 and has long been known as a publisher of distinguished hardcover fiction and nonfiction. Its list of authors includes Toni Morrison, John Updike, Cormac McCarthy, Alice Munro, Anne Rice, Anne Tyler, Jane Smiley, Richard Ford, Julia Child, Peter Carey, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Michael Ondaatje, as well as such classic writers as Thomas Mann, Willa Cather, John Hersey, and John Cheever.

W. W. Norton & Company(1)

Books are the weapons in the battle of ideas.” These were the words of William Warder Norton, who 90 years ago launched the firm that bears his name. Today, the three-person company he once ran from his living room has become the oldest and largest publishing house owned entirely by its employees. photo of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Mr. and Mrs. Norton In 1923, Norton and his wife, Mary Dows Herter Norton, hired a stenographer and began transcribing and publishing the lectures delivered at the People’s Institute, the adult division of Cooper Union in New York City. While initially modest in scope, this enterprise embodied Norton’s progressive vision that leaders in their fields—not mere popularizers—should “bring to the public the knowledge of our time.” Norton and his wife used their living room table to assemble these lectures into pamphlets, which they then boxed in sets of twenty to sell as a whole. As Mrs. Norton later remembered, “Warder would carry the results by taxi in an old Drew suitcase that had accompanied my parents on their wedding journey.” The Nortons soon expanded their program beyond the People’s Institute, acquiring manuscripts by celebrated academics from America and abroad and entering the fields of philosophy, music, and psychology, in which they published acclaimed works by Bertrand Russell, Paul Henry Lang, and Sigmund Freud (as his primary American publisher). Described in the New York Herald Tribune as “a figure of universal respect and liking,” Warder Norton was inspired by his sense of duty to serve as the president of the Council on Books in Wartime during World War II, working with other publishing greats including Bennett Cerf and John Farrar to spearhead a book donation effort that put 123 million copies of 1,180 titles into the hands of those in military service. “This is the most valuable thing that bookmen can undertake in the conduct of the war,” said Norton about the massive project that produced books designed to fit into the pockets of soldiers; in this role, he also coined his phrase about books as weapons, which was adopted by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. William Warder Norton died shortly after the war. Within a few years, Mrs. Norton, who had been so instrumental in the firm’s development, decided that the company should be entrusted to the next generation of employees, and she offered most of her stock to its leading editors and managers. The Joint Stockholders Agreement that was subsequently signed gave the ownership of the firm to its active employees; that agreement remains in force to this day, the number of shareholders greatly expanded to include nearly all current Norton employees. As George P. Brockway, the company’s third president, said, “We have remained independent mainly because Warder Norton was a fiercely independent man and surrounded himself with others of like mind.” "Let us make all the necessary vows that we will stick to the business of publishing the best books we can lay our hands on and then keep our hands on them for as long as may be.” —William Warder Norton Since those early days, W. W. Norton & Company has consistently published books that reflect their social moment and resonate well beyond it. Some of the era-defining books published by Norton include The Feminine Mystique, by Betty Friedan, which this year celebrates its 50th anniversary and is considered one of the most influential books of the twentieth century; A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess, which had its redemptive ending famously cut by its editor to make the novel darker yet; Thirteen Days, Robert F. Kennedy’s firsthand account of the Cuban Missile Crisis; Present at the Creation, by Dean Acheson, who was praised by Gaddis Smith of Yale University as the most effective secretary of state of his era and a writer with “no equal since Thomas Jefferson first occupied the office in the eighteenth century”; Liar’s Poker, which launched Michael Lewis’s decades-long chronicle of Wall Street’s greed and hubris; and The 9/11 Commission Report, a vital historical document printed with record speed, a significant portion of its profits going to charity. William Warder Norton’s aim was to publish “any book that could bring to the public the knowledge of our time.” The company holds fast to this mission and continues to print the work of some of the world’s most influential voices. Nobel Prize winners include Nadine Gordimer, Seamus Heaney, Eric Kandel, Paul Krugman, Edmund Phelps, Joseph Stiglitz, and Harold Varmus; Pulitzer Prize winners include Dean Acheson, Jared Diamond, Rita Dove, John Dower, Stephen Dunn, Erik Erikson, Eric Foner, Annette Gordon-Reed, Stephen Greenblatt, Maxine Kumin, Joseph Lash, William McFeely, John Matteson, Edmund Morgan, and William Taubman. Norton’s thriving poetry program, established in the 1960s, also includes National Book Award winners Ai, A. R. Ammons, Stanley Kunitz, Adrienne Rich, and Gerald Stern. In recent decades, Norton’s national bestsellers have included books by Diane Ackerman, Andrea Barrett (also a National Book Award winner), Vincent Bugliosi, Andre Dubus III, Sebastian Junger, Michael Lewis, Nicole Krauss, Mary Roach, Jonathan Spence, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sean Wilentz, Edward O. Wilson, and Fareed Zakaria. Norton also publishes many popular series, most notably Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey-Maturin books, discovered on a flight between London and New York by its editor; and P. G. Wodehouse’s brilliant comic novels, all of which are now being reissued in newly illustrated paperbacks. At the same time, Norton’s college department serves as a cornerstone of the publishing program. In the 1940s, Norton broadened its history textbook publishing with Edward McNall Burns’s Western Civilizations. A decade later, Norton asked leading Romanticism scholar M. H. Abrams to develop a concept that went on to change the teaching of literature: the Norton Anthologies. The tissue-thin paper of these books has been turned by over 20 million students worldwide, and as Rachel Donadio has written in the New York Times, “The Norton Anthology of English Literature has remained the sine qua non of college textbooks, setting the agenda for the study of English literature in this country and beyond.” From its early roots in music and literature, Norton’s textbook list has expanded across the traditional liberal arts. Its list of academic staples includes Dalton Conley’s You May Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking Like a Sociologist; Eric Foner’s Give Me Liberty!: An American History; and Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein’s They Say / I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing. Additionally, Benjamin Ginsberg, Theodore J. Lowi, and Margaret Weir’s We the People: An Introduction to American Politics; Stephen Marshak’s Earth: Portrait of a Planet; Richard Bullock’s The Norton Field Guide to Writing; and Clark Larsen’s Our Origins: Discovering Physical Anthropology have joined the Norton Anthologies, Norton Critical Editions, The Enjoyment of Music, and A History of Western Music as leaders in their fields. During the past forty years, Norton has continued to expand its publishing program. In the 1970s, Norton bought the Liveright Publishing Corporation and its illustrious backlist. One of the great presses of the early twentieth century, Liveright published William Faulkner’s first two novels, E. E. Cummings’s collected poetry, Hart Crane’s complete poems, and Anita Loos’s Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. In 2012, a revived Liveright inaugurated its first original list in four decades, with new works by Gail Collins, R. Crumb, J.G. Ballard, and Jim Holt. In the 1980s and 1990s, Norton notably added the Norton Professional Books and acquired the distinguished Vermont firm Countryman Press, with its well-respected nature, history, and outdoor recreation titles. Now, in its 90th year and with an annual list of 400 titles, W. W. Norton is a global company, its familiar seagull logo appearing on books in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and Latin America. Though the Norton of today is international in scope, there is much about the company that would remain recognizable to its founders: the editorial quality of the books, the rigorously anti-corporate style, and above all the shared sense of purpose that flourishes when all employees have a stake in the success of their firm.

Vintage Books(5)

Vintage Books was founded in 1954 by Alfred A. Knopf as a trade paperback home to its authors. Its publishing list includes a wide range, from the most influential works of world literature to cutting edge contemporary fiction and distinguished non-fiction. As the continuous publisher of important writers including William Faulkner, Vladimir Nabokov, Albert Camus, Ralph Ellison, Dashiell Hammett, William Styron, A.S. Byatt, Philip Roth, Toni Morrison, Ha Jin, Richard Ford, Cormac McCarthy, Alice Munro, Raymond Chandler, Orhan Pamuk, Dave Eggers, Robert Caro, Joseph Ellis, Haruki Murakami, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez it is today’s foremost trade paperback publisher.

Ecco Press(2)

In 1971 Ecco was spun off from the literary magazine Antaeus (founded in Tangier by Daniel Halpern with Paul Bowles), and it has been an imprint at HarperCollins since 1999. Ecco publishes distinguished fiction and nonfiction by bestselling, prize-winning authors, as well as bold debuts from promising new voices. Among the categories Ecco publishes are novels, short stories, poetry, memoir, science, politics, history, and sociology, as well as lavish contemporary cookbooks. Authors include: Russell Banks, April Bloomfield, Charles Bukowski, Leonard Cohen, Richard Dawkins, Richard Ford, Robert Hass, Werner Herzog, Czeslaw Milosz, Joyce Carol Oates, Jamie Oliver, Lisa Randall, Ron Rash, Simon Schama, Patti Smith, Amy Tan, and David Wroblewski

Hogarth(2)

Drawing on its inspiration from Virginia and Leonard Woolf’s original Hogarth Press founded in 1917, Hogarth re-launched in 2012 as a partnership between Chatto & Windus in the UK and Crown in the U.S. It is a home for a new generation of literary talent, an adventurous fiction imprint with an accent on the pleasures of storytelling and a broad awareness of the world. Its authors include NBCC award-winner Anthony Marra; New York Times bestselling Dutch novelist Herman Koch; Cynthia Bond, whose novel was an Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 selection; Booker Prize winner Howard Jacobson; Booker nominee Christos Tsiolkas; Granta’s Best Young British Novelist Jenni Fagan; Baileys Prize winner Eimear McBride; Whitbreadnominee and international bestseller Michel Faber; and other fresh new writers both in English and in translation, whose work promises to define contemporary fiction in the years to come. In October 2015 Hogarth will launch The Hogarth Shakespeare program, coinciding with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The project sees the Bard’s plays retold by acclaimed, bestselling novelists and brought to life for a contemporary readership. Hogarth Shakespeare authors include Jeanette Winterson, Anne Tyler, Gillian Flynn, Margaret Atwood, Jo Nesbø, Edward St. Aubyn, Howard Jacobson, and Tracy Chevalier.

Readzone Books(1)

ReadZone is an independent publishing company with a passion for inspiring young people of all abilities and interests to find a lifelong love of reading. ReadZone specialises in producing books to encourage reluctant readers by offering a range of levels and genres, page-turning storytelling, modern, fresh design and high-quality production. We commission only the best authors and illustrators and consult with reading experts. So step straight into the Read Zone and choose what suits you, from short sharp reads to challenging texts. Discover a world of fun, fantasy, thriller, romance and more. Choose between print books and e-books. We hope you enjoy the experience and continue a lifelong love of reading.

Back Bay Books(2)

In 1993, Little, Brown created Back Bay Books to focus on the long-term publication of the company's best fiction and narrative nonfiction. Back Bay's new editions of William Least Heat-Moon's Blue Highways, Tracy Kidder's The Soul of a New Machine, Evelyn Waugh's A Handful of Dust, John Fowles’s novels, and C. S. Forester's Hornblower series, among many others, have given fresh life to these classic books. At the same time, Back Bay paperback editions of new works by Kate Atkinson, James Bradley, Elin Hilderbrand, Peter Guralnick, Anita Shreve, Rick Moody, Sam Kean, Marcus Luttrell, Janet Fitch, and Malcolm Gladwell have become impressive bestsellers that have made a mark on our cultural landscape. - See more at: http://www.littlebrown.com/backbay.html#sthash.FUKdaaJW.dpuf

Soho Press(1)

Soho Press is an independent book publisher based in Manhattan’s Union Square. Founded in 1986, Soho publishes 90 books a year across its Soho Press, Soho Crime and Soho Teen lists, and is known for introducing bold new literary voices, award-winning international crime fiction, and compelling young adult mystery and thrillers.

Picador USA(1)

Random House Trade(2)

Harper Perennial(1)

Canongate Books Ltd(1)

Disney Press(26)

Grosset & Dunlap(5)

Grosset publishes roughly 135 titles a year and deals largely in original paperback series, brands, and licenses. This imprint offers high-quality books at affordable prices, focused mostly on ages 0-12. Grosset is strong in trade and mass market, as well as the school market. Grosset & Dunlap focuses on publishing captivating, fun, smart paperback series for children. Additionally, Grosset works to expand the world of in-house brands like The Little Engine That Could, The World of Eric Carle, and Skippjon Jones. In the licensing category, Grosset has revamped its program into a tight, well-planned portfolio of properties.

TokyoPop(3)

McGraw-Hill(10)

道聲(3)

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Riverhead Books(3)

Founded in 1994, Riverhead Books is now well established as a publisher of bestselling literary fiction and quality nonfiction. Throughout its history, Riverhead has been dedicated to publishing extraordinary groundbreaking, unique writers. Riverhead’s books and authors have won or been finalists for Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Awards, National Book Critic Circle Awards, MacArthur Genius Awards, Hurston Wright Legacy Awards, Dayton Literary Peace Prizes, and numerous other distinctions.