Abbeville Press, established in 1977,
specializes in high-quality illustrated
books on art; architecture; photography;
design; travel; lifestyle and media.
Now beginning its ninth decade, Abingdon
Press publishes a wide array of high-caliber
academic, professional, inspirational, and
life-affirming religious literature to enrich
church communities across the globe.
Above the Treeline
Above the Treeline makes Edelweiss and
Treeline Analytics, online systems for publishers, book buyers, booksellers, librarians, and reviewers. Edelweiss has quickly
become an industry-standard platform for
publishers to present flexible, customiz-able, rich title information and catalogues
in a state-of-the-art online system.
Abrams Books is a publisher of high-quality
art and illustrated books as well as the publisher of bestsellers such as the Diary of a
Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney. Abrams
Books publishes in the areas of art, photography, cooking, interior design, film, craft,
fashion, sports, and pop culture, as well as children’s books and gift and stationery products.
Galleys: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 10 by Jeff
Kinney; Hiawatha and the Peacemaker by
Robbie Robertson, illus. by David Shannon;
McToad Mows Tiny Island by Tom Angle-berger, illus. by John Hendrix; Only What’s
Necessary: Charles M. Schulz and the Art of Peanuts by Chip Kidd; Ghetto Klown by John
Leguizamo, illus. by Shamus Beyale and
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Full-service distributor to the trade as well
as the academic, museum, and specialty
markets. Book subjects include the fine,
decorative, and applied arts; photography;
architecture; design; textiles; Asian art and
culture; gardens; lifestyle; and cookbooks
and wine guides.
Independent publisher specializing in
multiple genres including business-related
nonfiction; African-American related fic-tion/nonfiction; cooking, food, cocktails
and lifestyle nonfiction; and Midwest
Galleys: Grant Park by Leonard Pitts Jr.;
Grandbaby Cakes: Modern Recipes, Vintage
Charm, Soulful Memories by Jocelyn Delk
Adams; A Giant Reborn: Why the U.S. Will
Dominate the 21st Century by Johan Van
Overtveldt; All Jokes Aside: Stand-Up
Comedy Is a Phunny Business by Raymond
Lambert and Chris Bornéa;;Strayhorn: An
Illustrated Life , edited by;David Schlesinger.
Independent publishing house based in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Galleys: Lost Canyon by Nina Revoyr;
Marvel and a Wonder by Joe Meno; The
Anger Meridian by Kaylie Jones; Seriously,
You Have to Eat by Adam Mansbach, illus.
by Owen Brozman; What Is Punk? by Eric
Morse, illus. by Anny Yi.
Albert Whitman & Company
Albert Whitman & Company has been
publishing award-winning children’s
books since 1919. Best known for the
classic Boxcar Children Mysteries, its pic-
ture books, novels, and nonfiction titles
reach out to children and teens of all
Alfred Music is the world’s largest educational music publisher, providing educational and performance materials for
teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists since 1922.
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
For over 30 years, Algonquin has published
trade hardcover and paperback fiction and
nonfiction titles and calendars. Its paperback line, Algonquin Paperbacks, offers
Algonquin Round Table Editions with special features for reading groups. Algonquin
Young Readers presents titles for young
adults and middle grades.
Galleys: The Muralist by B. A. Shapiro; This
Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! by Jonathan
Evison; And West Is West by Ron Childress;
The Fall of Princes by Robert Goolrick; We
Were Brothers by Barry Moser.
Algonquin Young Readers
Publisher of young adult and middle-grade
fiction and nonfiction.
Galleys: Beastly Bones by William Ritter;
The Entirely True Story of the Unbelievable FIB
by Adam Shaughnessy; If You’re Lucky by
Yvonne Prinz; Radioactive by Winifred
Conkling; Anton and Cecil: Cats on Track by
Lisa and Valerie Martin.
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Amacom is the publishing arm of the
American Management Association.
Amacom publishes practical works on all
business topics and in other nonfiction