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We Sign series

Production Associates, Inc.


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Production Associates, Inc., is the producer of the We Sign DVD series, which has received
more than 50 national awards. They are a complete audio and video production company
with their own sound stage and editing facilities. They are based in Orange, California.

Babies & Toddlers 2 Baby Songs


Run Time: 79 Minutes, 38 Seconds Run Time: 23 Minutes, 18 Seconds
DVD, $14.95 (CAN $16.95) DVD, $9.95 (CAN $10.95)
ISBN: 9781887120937 ISBN: 9781887120920

Offering parents, siblings, family members, With clearly demonstrated motions for many
teachers, and caregivers a great way to learn of the most commonly used baby signs, this DVD
to use American Sign Language with young features 12 new and traditional songs that
children, this introductory DVD requires no parents and caregivers can use as interactive
previous signing experience. It includes signs for musical activities with toddlers. No previous
30 of the most commonly used words with signing or singing experience is needed. Some of
babies, 12 baby signing songs, and a video the songs included are “Bah, Bah, Black Sheep,”
dictionary containing more than 200 other “Hush Little Baby,” “The Pretty Little Pony,” and
words to expand the signing vocabulary.
Insights, tips, and testimonials on how to sign
are presented as are the benefits of signing for
young children.
Childrens: Parenting & Family Care/
Childrens: Education Resource
Ages Up to 3, Grades Pre-K–K
1 DVD, 5.5 x 7.5
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We Sign series backlist titles
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Production Associates, Inc., is the producer of the We Sign DVD series, which has received more than
50 national awards. They are a complete audio and video production company with their own sound
stage and editing facilities. They are based in Orange, California.

ABC Animals Christmas Carols Classroom Favorites


Ages 3–10, Grades Pre-K–5 Ages 3–10, Grades Pre-K–5 Ages 4 & Up, Grades Pre-K & Up Ages 4–12, Grades Pre-K–7
ISBN: 9781887120784 ISBN: 9781887120814 ISBN: 9781887120869 ISBN: 9781887120838

Colors Fun Time More Animals Numbers


Ages 3–10, Grades Pre-K–5 Ages 2–8, Grades Pre-K–3 Ages 5–12, Grades K–7 Ages 3–10, Grades Pre-K–5
ISBN: 9781887120807 ISBN: 9781887120777 ISBN: 9781887120845 ISBN: 9781887120791

Patriotic Songs Play Time Rhymes Santa’s Favorite


Ages 5 & Up, Grades K & Up Ages 2–6, Grades Pre-K–1 Mother Goose & More Christmas Songs
ISBN: 9781887120852 ISBN: 9781887120760 Ages 3–10, Grades Pre-K–5 Ages 4 & Up, Grades Pre-K & Up
ISBN: 9781887120821 ISBN: 9781887120876

1 DVD, 5.5 x 7.5


DVD, $14.95 (CAN $16.95)
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Play-Along Songs series

Ken Frawley and Georgia Frawley


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Each volume of this playful, educational series presents more than 30 new and traditional interactive
songs, with clear instructions on how to use them with children. Developed over the past 25 years
through use with more than one million children, the featured songs are presented with sheet music, gui-
tar chords, and photographic demonstrations of movements. Also provided is creative advice on how
to help children use their imaginations to adapt and rewrite songs.

Ken Frawley has presented Play-Along Song programs for more than 20 years and has instructed early
childhood professionals, teachers, and parents on how to use playful songs with children for fun, devel-
opment, and learning. He has written and produced 200 children’s songs. Georgia Frawley has taught
classes on child development, parenting, and marriage and family for more than 30 years, and has per-
formed more than 1,000 musical programs. They live in Orange, California.

Play-Along Songs Volume 1 Play-Along Songs Volume 2


Musical Activities for Children Fun Children’s Activity Songs
Childrens: Activity/Music, 80 Pages, 8.5 x 11 Childrens: Activity/Music, 80 Pages, 8.5 x 11
211 B&W Photos, 35 B&W Illustrations, 34 Charts 263 B&W Photos, 27 B&W Illustrations,
Trade Paper, $19.95 (CAN $21.95) 36 Watercolor Illustrations
ISBN: 9781887120050 Trade Paper, $19.95 (CAN $21.95)
Production Associates, Inc. ISBN: 9781887120197
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This is the first book series from Production


Associates, Inc., whose DVDs have sold an aver-
age of 50,000 copies per title in specialty markets.
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Sign to Speak series

Marilyn Daniels, PhD, Georgia Frawley, MA, and Ken Frawley


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Marilyn Daniels, PhD, is a professor at Penn State University and has published a variety of magazine
articles and books, including Dancing with Words: Signing for Hearing Children’s Literacy. She lives in
Newport, Vermont. Georgia Frawley, MA, has taught classes on child development, parenting, and
marriage and family for more than 30 years. Ken Frawley has presented Play-Along Song programs for
more than 20 years and has written and produced 200 children’s songs. They live in Orange, California.

Babies Can Talk Toddlers at Play


Childrens: Parenting & Family Care/Education Childrens: Parenting & Family Care/Education
Ages Up to 3, Grades Up to Pre-K, 180 Pages, 7 x 9 Ages Up to 3, Grades Pre-K–K, 240 Pages, 7 x 9
374 B&W Photos, 15 B&W Illustrations, 740 B&W Photos, 20 B&W Illustrations,
5 Charts, 2 Diagrams 9 Charts, 3 Diagrams
Trade Paper, $14.95 (CAN $16.95) Trade Paper, $19.95 (CAN $21.95)
ISBN: 9781887120906 ISBN: 9781887120913
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April June

With a new and comprehensive approach de- Designed to help parents and caregivers sign
signed to help parents and caregivers sign suc- successfully with toddlers, this comprehensive
cessfully with hearing babies, this book features approach uses American Sign Language and
American Sign Language and its vocabulary features more than 200 age-appropriate signs,
and concepts. Specific and age-appropriate practical advice, and photographic demon-
information is provided along with more than strations to enhance communication and lan-
100 signs that allow babies to clearly express guage development in young children. A wide
their wants and needs with their hands. Parent- variety of interactive signing activities are also
child communication frustrations can be greatly provided, including rhymes, songs, games, and
reduced through this language skill, supported stories to enhance a toddler’s signing experi-
here through simple instructions, effective baby ence. Research and theories are also pre-
signs, practical advice, clear photographic sented, supporting the benefits that hearing
demonstrations, and signing activities. toddlers can receive from signing.

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San Francisco ABCs
Gus D’Angelo

Childrens: Board Books/


Childrens: Education Resource
Ages Up to 3, Grades Pre-K–K
30 Pages, 6 x 6, 30 Color Illustrations
Board Book, $9.95 (CAN $10.95)
ISBN: 9780615455679
Gus D’Angelo/Thummy Books
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From Alcatraz to the San Francisco Zoo, this board book


features a cast of fun, colorful animals as guides on an
insider’s tour of the legendary City by the Bay while
teaching children the alphabet. Combining engaging
illustrations and wordplay with a hip and contemporary
perspective, everything distinctly San Francisco is
covered here, from the Golden Gate Bridge and cable
cars to internet investors and Haight Street hippies.
Appealing not only to visitors looking for a cool, unique
gift from a trip, this is also perfect for local children to
learn about their city.

Gus D’Angelo is an artist and animator whose illustra-


tions have appeared in the New York Times, the San
Francisco Bay Guardian, and the Washington Post.
He currently works as a game artist and animator at Sample pages from San Francisco ABCs
Google. He lives in San Francisco.

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When 14-year-old Zeke Calhoun goes to live at his
Uncle Jesse’s broken-down ranch in Texas, he dis-
covers that he has a natural way with horses and
loves to ride. But this is nothing compared to what
he finds in a riverbed near the ranch: a mysterious
stranger riddled with bullets, lying face down in the
dirt, and a juvenile T-Rex keeping a pack of hungry
wolves at bay. Where did the stranger come from?
Who shot him and why? While Zeke saves the
stranger and sets out to answer these questions, he
finds something much more interesting—a bridle in
the dinosaur’s mouth. From that moment on he
knows he is destined to ride the T-Rex. What he does
not know, however, is that his actions will set off a
chain of events plunging him into an incredible ad-
venture, one that will lead to the discovery of a
deadly alliance between Earth and a prehistoric
world that could threaten the very fabric of both.

“This ‘weird Western’ inserts the prehistoric world


of dinosaurs into the traditional cowboy setting of
cattle roundups, rodeos and stampedes, square
dances, and six-shooters . . . an effective premise
for action and adventure in the manner of King
Rex Riders Kong or Jurassic Park.” —VOYA

J. P. Carlson J. P. Carlson is a former stand-up and sketch


comedian and has written satire, sketch comedy,
and screenplays for animated television series. He
Childrens: Fiction, Ages 12 & Up lives in Merrick, New York.
Grades 7 & Up, 440 Pages, 6 x 9
21 B&W Illustrations
Cloth, $16.95 (CAN $18.95)
ISBN: 9780982579633
Monstrosities Books
June
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Caught in the netherworld between college and a
career, novice backpacker Jason Medley and ad-
venturesome Theo Barnes stumble through this
novel filled with European hash bars and hang-
overs, religious zealots and stalkers, saucy girls and
overnight trains—all under the looming specter of
adult responsibility. But when a jar of the universe’s
DNA accidentally drops to Earth from eternity,
these new friends find their loyalties put to the test,
unaware that a motley crew from another realm
is feverishly chasing them across the globe with
the fate of the Milky Way hanging in the balance.
Traversing Europe, New Zealand, and the back-
bone of eternity, this hilarious buddy story not only
tackles friendship, sex, love, and desire, but also
God, reincarnation, and what really happened to
the dinosaurs.

“Unique and funny. A very imaginative writer.”


—Publishers Weekly

“Off-the-wall. Like nothing else I’ve read before.”


—SF Book Reviews

“Finders Keepers is a rollicking novel.”


—SF & Fantasy Association of New Zealand
Finders Keepers
A Novel “A truly mad-cap journey. Fantasia in print!”
—Thomas O’Callaghan, author, Bone Thief
Russ Colchamiro
Author tour to include New York City (May); East
Hanover, New Jersey; Plainview, New York; and San
Science Fiction/Fiction, 301 Pages, 5.25 x 8 Diego (July); San Francisco (October); and Cherry
1 B&W Photo Hill, New Jersey (November)
Trade Paper, $13.99 (CAN $15.95)
ISBN: 9780979480140 Russ Colchamiro has had fiction published in Fast
3 Finger Prints Food Blues and the Moose Bound Press Anthology
October and is the author of the comic book miniseries Time-
U11. 7-15 spell. He lives in Queens, New York.

This genre-bending work by a first-time


novelist is infused with a comic book
sensibility and features cover art by
graphic novelist Rich Koslowski.

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The fourth book in the award-winning Blue Satan
Mystery series, this novel begins in the winter of 1715
when the River Thames freezes over and a Frost Fair
is erected on the ice. A frozen corpse, leaning
against a booth and dressed in expensive corona-
tion robes, turns out to be Sir Walter Tatham, a re-
cent visitor to Hawkhurst House. Lord Harrowby
Hawkhurst asks Mrs. Hester Kean to discover what
she can about Sir Walter’s affairs, but will give no
reason for the request—all Hester knows is that the
mention of his name is enough to drive Lord
Harrowby into a panic. She enlists the help of her
friend the outlawed Viscount St. Mars, alias Blue
Satan, who has a mission all his own, having been
asked to help a Jacobite rebel escape Newgate
prison. With the greatest frost of a century making
the very streets of London treacherous, plus a price
on Blue Satan’s head, the two must use all their
wiles to corner a clever murderer.

“Through close attention to authentic period detail,


Wynn brings early 18th-century England to life.”
—Publishers Weekly

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A Killing Frost Part of the Blue Satan Mystery series, which includes
The Birth of Blue Satan (9780970272706,
Patricia Wynn 9780970272737), The Spider’s Touch (9780970272744,
9780977191307), and The Motive from the Deed
(9780977191338, 9780977191376)
Fiction/Mystery, 362 Pages, 6 x 9
1 B&W Illustration, 1 Line Drawing Patricia Wynn is the author of 14 novels, including
Cloth, $29.95 (CAN $32.95) The Bumblebroth, which was a finalist for a RITA
ISBN: 9781935421016 Award from Romance Writers of America, and the
Pemberley Press Blue Satan Mystery series, which have been finalists
July for the Benjamin Franklin, Herodotus, and Writers Di-
U11. 8-15 gest awards. She lives in Corona del Mar, California.

Also available in the Blue Satan Mystery series

The Blue Satan Mystery series has sold more


than 10,000 copies.

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Breaking the barriers of silence and embarrassment,
this revolutionary guide speaks candidly to straight
men, gay men, lovers, partners, and wives about
very aspect of penis weakness and related medical
conditions. Drawing on case histories, the informa-
tion is presented in straightforward terms to explain
the basics of male sexual health, arousal, anatomy,
and urological diseases. The reference provides
nonjudgemental, practical, safe advice for banish-
ing stress from the bedroom and making sex fun
again, and includes detailed information about
male anatomy, male-female relations, gay health
issues, prostate cancer, male menopause, sexually
transmitted diseases, heart disease and sex, sex at
different phases of life, and the truth about pills and
other cures for erectile dysfunction. This book is also
ideal for women who want to help their man build
confidence, prolong sex through all-natural maneu-
vers, and make decisions about medical interven-
tions such as pills, hormone therapies, and surgeries.

“Dr. Danoff, a world-class urologist, has written a


world-class book that should be read by every man
and woman who enjoys sex.” —Wolfgang Puck,
restaurateur and chef, Spago
Penis Power
“A probing and entertaining analysis of the myster-
The Ultimate Guide to Male ies, legends, and misconceptions surrounding the
Sexual Health organ that has preoccupied the world ever since
Eve bit the apple!” —Leo A. Gordon, MD,
Dudley Seth Danoff, MD, FACS associate director of surgical education,
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Health, 352 Pages, 6 x 9
Co-op available
58 Line Drawings
Trade Paper, $15.95 (CAN $17.95)
ISBN: 9780983199830 Dudley Seth Danoff, MD, FACS, is a diplomate of the
Del Monaco Press American Board of Urology and a fellow of the
American College of Surgeons, with a medical de-
October
gree from Yale University and urologic surgical train-
U11. 9-15 ing and fellowship from Columbia University–
Presbyterian Medical Center. He is a former
member of the clinical faculty at the University of
California–Los Angeles School of Medicine, the
founder and president of the Cedars-Sinai Tower
Urology Medical Group, and the author of Super-
potency. He lives in Beverly Hills, California.
The author's previous title, published by
Warner Books, sold more than 40,000 copies.

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A journalist and animal-welfare advocate exposes
the brutal tragedies and prejudice inflicted upon
pit bulls in this insightful travel narrative. Upon turn-
ing 40, Michelle Sathe bypassed a midlife crisis by
embarking on a great American road trip—accom-
panied by Loren, a young rescued pit bull. The two
set out to explore 29 states in 50 days for a whirl-
wind sampling of regional cuisine, historic land-
marks, and just plain fun, including locations such
as the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, New York City,
and Savannah’s scenic waterfront. But along the
way, they came face to face with the sad reality
confronting beleaguered “bully” breeds in Amer-
ica’s shelters, and in places like Virginia, where
Michael Vick ran a gruesome dog-fighting ring,
and Pittsburgh, where bullies are routinely kept as
enforcement in a dangerous underworld. Mile by
mile, as the duo forge a stronger and stronger
bond, the spotlight is also turned on the incredible
humane workers, volunteers, and advocates across
the country who work tirelessly to give bullies a
second chance.

“Readers will spill over with anger and joy as


Michelle shares her encounters with ruthless dog
Pit Stops fighters and unscrupulous breeders, as well as re-
lentless animal advocates and rescuers. . . . Pit
Crossing the Country with Stops is a must read for animal lovers of all ages.”
—Christine Sullivan, author, Saving Cinnamon
Loren the Rescue Bully
Michelle Sathe “This is a great book about Michelle’s 50-day trip
with a rescue pit bull named Loren . . . dog lovers
Foreword by Ed Fritz will truly enjoy finding out what happens to Loren.”
—American Dog Magazine
Animals/Travel, 192 Pages, 6 x 9
25 B&W Photos Michelle Sathe is a features writer with the Santa
Trade Paper, $15.00 (CAN $16.95) Clarita Valley Signal and has covered stories on
ISBN: 9780615386997 local shelters and members of the animal welfare
Say the Words Press community. She is a board member of the Brittany
October Foundation, a no-kill dog rescue, and Bow-Wows &
U11. 10-15 Meows, a nonprofit organization that adopts out
Los Angeles County shelter animals through an an-
nual pet fair. She lives in Pine Mountain Club, Cali-
fornia. Ed Fritz is the campaign director for Best
Friends’ Pit Bulls: Saving America’s Dog campaign.
Best Friends is the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary.
According to data from 2009, pit bulls account He lives in Kanab, Utah.
for 58 percent of all euthanized shelter dogs.

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Based on decades of legal experience, this concise
reference provides a complete overview of how to
structure and run a licensing program, whether it is
focused on brands, entertainment, fashion, sports,
celebrities, or nonprofit properties. The helpful
advice and professional insight is enhanced by
practical definitions of licensing terminology, a
detailed history of the licensing industry, analysis
of contractual terms and their implications, and
sample agreements used in actual licensing deals.
Property owners, licensing agents, and manufactur-
ers at all stages of business development will learn
how to reach their objectives and minimize the risk
of costly mistakes.

“Finally, a straightforward roadmap addressing all


the critical stages and considerations involved with
executing a successful licensing program. This book
is an indispensable resource for anyone who really
wants to successfully navigate through the licensing
industry.” —Charles Riotto, president, International
Licensing Industry Merchandisers Association

Gregory J. Battersby is a senior partner in the law


firm of Grimes & Battersby, LLP, with 40 years of ex-
perience in intellectual and licensing property law.
He has written more than 25 books on various li-
Basics of Licensing censing and intellectual property topics, including
The Law of Merchandise & Character Licensing
How to Extend Brand and and Drafting Internet Agreements. He is a founder
and executive editor for the Licensing Journal and
Entertainment Properties the IP Litigator. He lives in Westport, Connecticut.
Danny Simon has more than 30 years of experience
for Profit in the licensing industry and built the licensing divi-
sions for Lorimar Pictures, Carolco Pictures, and 20th
Gregory J. Battersby Century Fox. He has developed successful licensing
and Danny Simon programs for franchises based on Baywatch, Dallas,
MASH, Mortal Kombat, Rambo, and Terminator 2:
Judgment Day and teaches a course on entertain-
Business/Law, 268 Pages, 6.5 x 9.5 ment licensing at the University of California–Los
41 B&W Photos, 32 B&W Illustrations, Angeles. He lives in Los Angeles.
14 Line Drawings, 3 Tables, 2 Graphs
Trade Paper, $24.95 (CAN $27.95)
ISBN: 9780983096306
Kent Press
March
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Aimed at helping women of all ages—who other-
wise do not play sports—find enjoyment in team-
based physical activity, this guide provides
inspiration for helping them get into the game. It of-
fers practical advice for those hesitant to compete
and presents stories from real women of all ages
and physical conditions that encourage and moti-
vate readers to move outside of their comfort zones
and participate. Chapters include finding a team
play personality, how to soar above expectations,
how taking risks opens doors, and how to learn from
mistakes. The benefits of team play start with im-
proved health and physical well-being, but, as this
book shows, women will develop broader skills that
improve everything from their self-confidence to
their relationships, families, and career after just a
short time involved in team sports.

“Trying a new team sport opens you up as a human


being. Follow the advice in You Can Play! and
you’ll increase your confidence, build lifelong
friendships, and have a blast in the process.”
—Kathy Smith, fitness expert and author,
Lift Weights to Lose Weight

“Turns getting up and active from mission impossi-


You Can Play! ble to absolutely doable.”
—Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP,
Brenda Loube, MS author, Body for Life for Women and Fit to Live

Fitness/Inspirational, 152 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5 “Loube offers great tools and stories to help women
1 B&W Photo overcome their fears and inertia, and reap the
Trade Paper, $17.95 (CAN $19.95) many benefits of sports beyond the sweat.”
ISBN: 9780982286425 —Dr. Toni Yancey, author, Instant Recess:
HTA Books Building a Fit Nation 10 Minutes at a Time
April
U11. 12-15 $25,000 marketing budget

Brenda Loube, MS, is a member of the Jewish Sports


Hall of Fame, the cofounder of Corporate Fitness
Works, and a member of the board of directors for
the International Associate for Worksite Health Pro-
motion and the National Associate for Health and
Fitness. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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The adventures during a couple’s year of renting a
cottage in Palm Beach are recounted in this mem-
oir that reveals the unexpected side of living in an
exclusive island town. The day they arrive, they are
greeted by the police and at the end of their stay
they are treated by paramedics—even in the time
between, surprises abound around all corners. From
foxes to Ferraris and frozen iguanas to parrots and
parades, this hilarious and engrossing story not only
paints a picture of life in Palm Beach that most
people—even the billionaire mansion owners—
never experience, but also chronicles how a year in
Palm Beach changed one couple’s lives forever.

“A fun read that shows a side of Palm Beach most


people never see or even hear about.”
—Donald Trump

$25,000 marketing budget

Author tour to include Delray, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami,


Naples, Orlando, and Vero, Florida; Nantucket,
Massachusetts; and Newport, Rhode Island

A Year in Palm Beach Pamela Acheson and Richard B. Myers are the
coauthors of The Best Romantic Escapes in Florida,
have contributed to numerous editions of Fodor’s
Life in an Alternate Universe Florida, and have written about Florida and Palm
Beach for a variety of national and international
Pamela Acheson magazines. They live in Palm Beach, Florida.
and Richard B. Myers

Humor/Travel, 320 Pages, 6 x 9.25


2 Maps
Cloth, $26.95 (CAN $29.95)
ISBN: 9781892285157
Two Thousand Three Associates
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The authors’ previous titles have sold more


than 50,000 copies.

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Giving a voice to those often denied one in the
media, this collection of essays and articles covers
events in Gaza from the 2005 electoral victory of
Hamas, through the siege and Israeli bombing, to
the 2010 Israeli commando attack on humanitarian
aid ships. The stories told here describe how the
Palestinian people of Gaza have withstood siege
and war and how their resistance has inspired a
worldwide grassroots movement to break the
blockade and deliver aid. Contributors include
members of the Palestinian community, Israeli sol-
diers who disagreed with the Gaza war, and politi-
cal activists. U.S. corporate and government
interests in the Middle East, and Israel in particular,
are also analyzed.

“Here is the story of the most heroic and successful


Palestinian resistance to unrelenting Israeli oppres-
sion and aggression which, since 1948, has been in-
tended to drive the Palestinian people from their
homeland. It is a tale well told by authors with a
wide range of personal backgrounds, knowledge,
experience, and perspectives, but a common com-
mitment to a united, independent, free, secure,
Gaza: Symbol and prosperous Palestinian nation and people.”
—Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General
of Resistance
“This is a story that everyone must know about. I
Edited by Joyce Chediac urge you to read this very informative and impor-
tant book.” —Charles Barron, member,
New York City Council
Middle Eastern Studies/History, 208 Pages, 6 x 9
32 B&W Photos
Trade Paper, $19.95 (CAN $21.95) Author tour to include Boston (April); Los Angeles,
Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle (April); Chicago,
ISBN: 9780895671745
Cleveland, Detroit, Minneapolis, and Raleigh (May)
World View Forum
April
U11. 14-15 Joyce Chediac writes on Middle Eastern affairs and
is a contributor to the Workers World newspaper.
She lives in New York City.

The Gaza War in December/January 2008–


2009 resulted in roughly 1,400 casualties, the
majority of whom were Palestinian civilians.

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A Spanish translation of the bestselling Anatomy of
a Business Plan, this book will help both non-English-
speaking and bilingual business owners through the
business planning process. Packed with resources,
sample forms, worksheets, examples, and two fully
developed plans, the guide will help entrepreneurs
create an effective, results-oriented plan quickly
and easily. This fourth edition includes sections on
developing an exit strategy, financial assumptions,
and product-market analysis, as well as an all-new
resource section with extensive links to marketing
and financial research sites.

Una traducción al español del best seller Anatomy


of a Business Plan, este libro ayudará a los empre-
sarios bilingües y a los que no hablan el inglés a lo
largo del proceso de la planificación de negocios.
Llena de recursos, formularios de muestra, hojas de
ejercicios, ejemplos y dos planes reales completa-
mente desarrollados, esta guía ayudará a
propietarios de negocio a crear de manera rápida
Anatomía de un y fácil un plan efectivo y centrado en los resulta-
dos. Se incluyen en esta cuarta edición secciones
Plan de Negocio que tratan sobre el desarrollo de una estrategia de
salida, suposiciones financieras y análisis del
Una Guía Gradual para mercado de productos, así como una sección de
recursos completamente nueva que incluye una
Comenzar Inteligentemente, lista extensa de enlaces a sitios en Internet de
investigación de mercadotecnia y financiera.
Levantar el Negocio y Asegurar
el Futuro de su Companía
Fourth edition “One of the best books on the basics of putting to-
gether a thoughtful, thorough, and professional
Linda Pinson business plan.”
—Jeffrey L. Seglin, Inc. Magazine,
on the English Edition
Business, 270 Pages, 8.5 x 11
1 B&W Photo, 2 Line Drawings, 58 Tables
Linda Pinson is the author of Anatomy of a Business
Trade Paper, $22.95 (CAN $25.95) Plan, Keeping Up the Books, Steps to Small Business
ISBN: 9780944205488 Start-Up, and Target Marketing. She is a nationally
(REPLACES 9780944205303) recognized speaker, educator, and business con-
Out Of Your Mind . . . And Into The Marketplace sultant specializing in financial management. She
April lives in Tustin, California.
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Yellowstone Treasures Your Present: My Body Belongs to Me Kiss My Bundt


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Janet Chapple
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Hikkernut’s Grand GrandLoving Chinese Characters Discovering Korean Cuisine


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Bhagavad Gita A Translation of the Poem Translated by Mani Rao


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The Moon Over the Mountain Stories


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Always Believe A Message of Motivation for Girls


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Among the Ancients Adventures in the Eastern Old-Growth Forests Joan Maloof
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The Fine Art of Mixing Girls A Novel Jack Newcastle
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Great Relationships Begin Within Self-Inquiry Divination Deck
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Hook, Line and Sink Him Jackie Pilossoph


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A Jewish Calendar of Festive Foods Jane Portnoy and Marshall Portnoy
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The Monmouth County Park System The First Fifty Years Clifford W. Zink
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Ira J. Chasnoff, MD
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South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland
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