BookExpo attracts a really diverse group of exhibitors and attendees. We love the vibrant atmosphere and d the opportunity to get together with existing customers and to make new contacts.
Darien, CT (PRWEB) May 19, 2011
Federal Street Press, a division of Merriam-Webster, Incorporated and the leading publisher of high quality, value priced dictionaries, thesauruses and other language reference titles will be exhibiting 2011 publications in booth 4813 at BookExpo America 2011at the Jacob Javits Center, NYC May 23-26.
“BookExpo is the largest book publishing event each year and it is the best opportunity for retailers, Internet sellers and school and library exhibitors to learn more about our new and backlist publications”, said Virginia Guilfoyle, Federal Street Press Sales Manager. Erika Walker, FSP Operations Manager agrees. “BookExpo attracts a really diverse group of exhibitors and attendees. We love the vibrant atmosphere and the opportunity to get together with existing customers and to make new contacts.”
New for Back-to-School is a fully revised and updated edition of Webster’s Dictionary & Thesaurus for Students with Full Color World Atlas (SRP $12.98, ISBN 978-1-59695-107-5) as well as Webster’s Rhyming Dictionary, Webster’s Dictionary for Students, Fourth Edition, Webster’s Essential Literacy Skills Grade 2 and Webster’s Essential Literacy Skills Grade 3. Perennial backlist best-sellers featured in the catalog include Webster’s All-in-One Dictionary & Thesaurus, Webster’s New Explorer Student Dictionary, Third Edition and Webster’s Everyday Spanish-English Dictionary
About Federal Street Press
Federal Street Press is a division of Merriam-Webster Inc, America’s oldest and most respected publisher of language reference content. Since 1998 FSP has published value-priced dictionaries, thesauruses, and other language reference books created in cooperation with the editors of Merriam-Webster.
For more information contact Virginia Guilfoyle, Sales Manager Federal Street Press at 1-877-886-2830 or visit http://www.federalstreetpress.com.