12 exhibitors found
The avj is the professional association of Publishers of German-language children’s and young adult and audiovisiual media. It numbers about 100 publishing houses.
DuMont Buchverlag, founded in 1956, combines a fiction, a general non-fiction and an illustrated book list.
The Frankfurter Buchmesse is the international publishing industry’s biggest trade fair – with 7,300 exhibitors from more than 100 countries, 275,000 visitors and 4,000 events.
The globally available program of Berlin-based art book publisher Hatje Cantz features art, photography, design and architecture, with a focus on contemporary art.
Lars Müller Publishers, an internationally known publishing house, has made a name for itself with carefully edited books on architecture, design, photography, art and society.
Humanities & history of science: Arabian studies, philosophy, classical studies, arts, musicology, history, religion, European languages. Hippology.
Schweizerbart and Gebr. Borntraeger publish and distribute scholarly journals, book series and monographs in the Earth Sciences, Aquatic Ecology, Botany, Zoology, Anthropology.
Founded in 1950 and still independent, Suhrkamp Verlag is one of the leading German publishing houses for high quality fiction and nonfiction.
The programme ranges from picture and activity books, pre- and primary school books, to knowledge books such as the successful brand WAS IST WAS for three different age ranges.
Annette Betz publishes books up to 6 years: picture and songbooks or Nonfiction series. Ueberreuter publishes realistic, fantasy and nonfiction books for children and YA.
Random House Germany presents a varied number of themes, from modern, classical and children's literature through a large non-fiction program.
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