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Exhibitor Press Releases
- Anaphora Literary Press: Still Growing After Seven Years
- ABDO zooms in on animals again – ¡En Español! – with Animales
- Worden Introduces inCharge – an Empowering New Furniture Collection
- Crowley to Demonstrate New Scan Systems at Orlando Conference
- Workman Pubishing Co: Meet Our Authors!
- Blink and Harlequin TEEN to Co-Host ALA Annual PopTop Stage Panel on Young Adult Fiction
- India For Everyone Launches Leading New Website for Indian Materials
- Library Stories Video Kiosk Launches at ALA
- Simmons SLIS Now Offers Fully Online Master of Science
- Movie Licensing USA and Swank Digital Campus to Answer Copyright Compliance Questions at ALA
- NA Publishing announces two new digital releases...and two exciting giveaways!
- The Unspoken Realities of Miscarriage and How to Cope
- Adam Matthew Showcases New Primary Source Collections at ALA Annual Booth #1568
- We Give Your Used & Surplus Books New Life, Let Us Do the Work For You
- Award Winning Arckit at ALA Conference Maker Pavilion!
- D.S. Venetta inspires kids to get gardening by partnering with librarians and teachers
- Quality Press Presents A Variety of New Titles by Self-Published Authors at the 2016 ALA – Booth 575
- Digital Transitions, R.B. Toth Associates and Equipoise Imaging announce Cultural Heritage Partnership for Multi-Spectral Imaging
- NASA has a story to tell and, at ALA, you can be part of it!
- Backstage Library Works to host subject-based classification session at ALA Annual Conference in Orlando
- HarperCollins Español Features Spanish Authors
- Growing Minds LLC Announces the Release of New MUZZY Club
- Georgia’s public libraries to launch Niche Academy service to all public libraries - Learn more at ALA Mobile Pavilion
- Interlude Press Issues Thousand Book Challenge LGBTQ Publisher Partners to Place 1,000 Books in U.S. Libraries While Raising Funds for The Trevor Project