32 Book Publishing Companies in New Hampshire (Part 2)
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Abbott ePublishing is a division of Abbott Media Group, a publisher of downloadable, affordable electronic books (eBooks) in various formats. We launched in late March 2009 with a solid inventory that is always growing. In recent years, we've published almost all our eBooks exclusively in .pdf (Adobe Portable Document Format) and some remain in Mobipocket format as well. See our eBook formats page for more information on these formats.) Books offered by Abbott ePublishing include original non-fiction and fiction works, as well as some value-added public domain classics. We believe in selling a unique and eclectic collection that will have wide appeal to many readers.
Denise Brown with her "Winter's Work"! Authored Two Books, illustrated another book with Crystal Kent and republished Abenaki The Indian Pony. Artists who accept the challenge of painting a Pony don't stop there. They are always experimenting with new forms, new methods of expressing themselves. Take New England artist Denise Brown, whose Americana figurine "Old Country Store" has just been released, as an example. Fascinated by a real-life incident reported on Facebook about a young deer stranded on an island in Maine by rising tides, that became the focus of media attention, she became interested in the animal's plight and felt it would make a nice children's story.
Welcome to the exciting universe of fine illustrated books and the diverse, multicultural designs in our International Design Library®! For over 30 years, Stemmer House has been enlisting fine artists, each deeply knowledgeable in particular cultures or periods, to produce books of authentic designs from many cultures, ethnic groups, and periods. The black and white fine line designs reveal the “bones” of construction that colors would obscure, allowing artists to work them in may ways. All designs in the International Design Library® books may be used in any manner without permission. However, no grouping of 15 or more designs in a single collection for commercial purposes, and no part of the text, may be used.
Yankee Publishing (YPI) is an independent media company committed to creating outstanding products that serve our customers and enhance our communities. As the publisher of Yankee, the Old Farmer’s Almanac, and New Hampshire Magazine, YPI has roots in traditional print publishing. Over the last twenty years, it has expanded substantially into the digital arena and into preparing custom content for its clients. Founded in 1935 YPI remains a family-owned business. It employs 85 talented professionals who work in its offices in Dublin and Manchester, New Hampshire. YPI and its employees are committed to minimizing the company’s impact on the environment. YPI recently installed a solar array to generate electricity for the company.
EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is the leading discovery service provider for libraries worldwide with more than 11,000 discovery customers in over 100 countries. EBSCO Discovery Service™ provides each institution with a comprehensive, single search box for its entire collection, offering unparalleled relevance ranking quality and extensive customization. EBSCO is also the preeminent provider of online research content for libraries, including hundreds of research databases, historical archives, point-of-care medical reference, and corporate learning tools serving millions of end-users at tens of thousands of institutions. EBSCO is the leading provider of electronic journals & books for libraries, with subscription management for more than 360,000 serials, including more than 57,000 e-journals, as well as online access to more than 1,000,000 e-books.
We are an independent publisher located in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2020, our new titles range from Shaun Bythell’s memoir, Confessions of a Bookseller to Meredith Hall’s exquisite novel, Beneficence, to the poetry of Wesley McNair and Thomas W. Gilbert’s groundbreaking history, How Baseball Happened: The Truth, Lies, and Marketing of America’s First Sport. This year marks the company’s 50th anniversary. Founded in 1970, Godine is stronger today than ever thanks to the authors we publish and to readers around the world. Godine is also home to the Black Sparrow Press, founded in 1966 and relaunched in Spring 2020 with titles including Wicked Enchantment: Selected Poems by Wanda Coleman, edited by Terrance Hayes, and Summer Solstice: An Essay by Nina MacLaughlin.
Hello! My name is Julia Turgeon and I am the CEO of Toy Surge Group LLC. In 2010, our parent company, Toy Surge Group was started with a single internet retail site called: ToySurge.com. It was started with the goal of not only providing a diverse inventory of quality toys but also providing a personal touch to each consumer product order. I appreciate and value my customers very much! Everyone who has ordered from Toy Surge knows this when they receive their package and find a personal note from me as well as a small token of my appreciation. Now I am excited to include the title, Publisher, to our company.
Beech River Books, LLC is a small book publishing enterprise founded by Brad Marion. Brad worked in the printing industry for over twenty years and began formatting books as an independent contractor in 2002. Since then he has formatted, provided editorial assistance, and supervised the printing of 50 different books for several different publishers. In 2005, he started Beech River Books, which is named after a small stream and watershed area that forms the bioregion of a large portion of Center Ossipee, New Hampshire, where the publishing business is located. Brad's wife, Dawn, is an oil painter and illustrator and often contributes her artistic talent to Beech River Books.
21.J. J. Hebert
J. J. Hebert is the 9-time award-winning author of four #1 Amazon Best Sellers: Unconventional (2009), Weepy the Dragon (2012), The Backwards K (2017) and My Daddy Might Be A Wizard (2019). Unconventional has spent time on the Amazon.com Top 100 Best Seller list and has also occupied Amazon’s #1 spot on the Inspirational and Christian Fiction Best Seller lists. Unconventional has sold over 100,000 units worldwide, making it one of the most popular indie Christian/Inspirational books in the world. Hebert’s Weepy the Dragon has also found success, spending time atop the Children’s Dragon Stories Best Seller list at Amazon and frequenting other Amazon bestseller lists.
YMAA Publication Center was founded on January 1, 1984, with the goal of producing superior books and instructional videos on Qigong and Chinese martial arts. YMAA was also an early pioneer in the DVD industry, producing in-depth, extended-play DVDs with hours of instructional content.YMAA Publication Center is a pioneer in the cultural exchange between the East and West. While the West has successfully developed the material sciences, the East is celebrated for its levels of spiritual cultivation. During this ongoing period of exchange, the building of bridges is critical for the successful integration of the achievements of both societies.
In the 1970s, entrepreneur Anne Tryon Adams opened her first of three used bookstores in Westborough, MA called "ANNIE'S BOOK SWAP". By 1980, requests were coming from customers who wanted their own bookstore in their area.Thus, the franchise corporation was formed and by the end of 1981, Ms. Adams had sold twelve franchises throughout New England. Around 1984, the name was altered to "ANNIE'S BOOK STOP" and stores were selling new books and merchandise as well as the proverbial used books. Anne's motto was: "I gave a Saks Fifth Avenue look to a bargain-basement business."By the end of the 1980s, franchise stores had grown to seventy strong, as far south as Florida and west to California.