Little Brown And Company/Hachette Book Group USA

Little, Brown and Company is one of America's oldest and liveliest publishing houses, known for publishing a distinguished, daring, and best-selling lineup of writers across a broad spectrum of subjects and styles.

Founded in 1837, Little, Brown featured Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, Emily Dickinson's poetry, and Bartlett's Familiar Quotations on its early lists, & all of those books are still in print today.

Little, Brown is also the home of Bulfinch Press, a leading publisher of art and photography books. Bestselling novelists on the Little, Brown hardcover & Back Bay paperback lists include James Patterson, J. D. Salinger, Alice Sebold, Anita Shreve, Walter Mosley, Herman Wouk, David Foster Wallace, Janet Fitch, Rick Moody, Luis Alberto Urrea, Kate Atkinson, John le Carré, George Pelecanos, Jimmy Buffett, Ian Rankin, Pete Hamill, and Michael Connelly.

In nonfiction, Little, Brown has published bestselling and prizewinning works by Malcolm Gladwell, Nelson Mandela, James Bradley, William Manchester, Gloria Steinem, the Dalai Lama, David Sedaris, Robert Dallek, John Feinstein, Dr. William Sears, the cartoonist R. Crumb, and the great American photographer Ansel Adams.

Bulfinch Press also publishes the photography of Sally Mann, Irving Penn, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Joyce Tenneson. Little, Brown publishes only around 60 new titles a year, divided evenly between fiction and nonfiction.

Little, Brown began publishing books for children in 1926. As the children's book marketplace has grown dramatically over the years, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers has grown with it and we currently publish a distinguished and diverse list of about 135 books a year.

Today the group is divided into three imprints designed to reach the wide spectrum of our readership (ages 0-16) most effectively: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers features our core list of picture books and hardcover and paperback fiction and nonfiction for middle grade and young adult readers; LB Kids produces novelty and brand/licensed tie-ins; and Poppy publishes paperback original series for teen girls. We have launched several bestselling series, including Marc Brown's Arthur, Matt Christopher's #1 sport series for kids, Zoey Dean's The A List, Lisi Harrison's The Clique, Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin, Holly Hobbie's Toot & Puddle, Stephenie Meyer's Twilight, James Patterson's Maximum Ride, Darren Shan's Cirque Du Freak, Joan Steiner's Look-Alikes, and Cecily von Ziegesar's Gossip Girl, as well as award-winning novelty books based on the toy and game brands ALEX and Cranium.

Other notable authors and artists Little, Brown and Company have published include Molly Bang, Berkeley Breathed, Patrick Carman, Jane Dyer, Laban Carrick Hill, Alice Hoffman, Patrick McDonnell, Walter Mosley, Todd Parr, Julie Anne Peters, Carl Reiner, Jerry Seinfeld, Maria Shriver, Jerry Spinelli, and Rosemary Wells.

In 1993, Little, Brown created a new trade paperback imprint, Back Bay Books, to focus on long-term publication of the company’s best fiction and nonfiction. Back Bay’s new editions of William Least Heat-Moon’s Blue Highways, Tracy Kidder’s The Soul of a New Machine, Evelyn Waugh’s A Handful of Dust, and C.S. Forester’s Hornblower novels, among many others, have given these classics fresh lives. At the same time, Back Bay paperback editions of new works by David Sedaris, Anita Shreve, Janet Fitch, and Malcolm Gladwell have been impressive bestsellers in their own right.
Introducing selected titles:

Starbucked By Taylor Clark first published by Little, Brown and Company (Hachette Book Group USA) in 2007. This book is about Starbucks, company that more that 40 million customers visit every week. Sturbucked is the first book that has mission to explore the fascinating rise of the Starbucks corporation & the caffeine - crazy addiction.
Taylor Clark tells the story of why an American cultural movement converged on a simple coffee. Starbucks now is a magnet for controversy.
This book tells about our contemporary life, about Hollywood trendsetters, coffee-wild hippies, slackers...
Taylor Clark is a former staff writer for the Portland, Oregon, alt-weekly Willamette Week. He lives in Portland

9780316117913_154X233 Silent Movies by Peter Kobel & the Library of Congress first published by Little, Brown And Company

Martin Scorsese writes in the Foreword: "... I am still shocked by the fact that 90 percent of the films made during the silent era have disintegrated.That means movies starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Veidt..., and directed by King Vidor and F.W. Murnau - those films & countless others are now lost to us forever, & there're many others in danger of being lost. We can't afford to lose any more..."
The Library of Congress is recopying early films on 35mm. Too many silent films still survive in prints
This book is an introduction to the silent cinema. It takes a complicated series of events lays them out so we can understand them. And then sail on, keeping our interest through an enthusiasm for the subject. No great work can be done without enthusiasm.
Silent Movies explores the wonderful world of silent film, from its birth in the 1890s to 1920s. It is the earliest narrative shorts & the brilliant long features.
Silent Movies explores the birth of film technologies, such as sound effects & color photography.
This book is illustrated with more than 400 posters, film stills, paper prints, other images - most of which have never been published before...
by George A Novel by Wesley Stace first published by Back Bay Books , an imprint of Little Brown and Company in August 2007 (Hardcover.) First paperback edition of by George A Novel published by Back Bay Books in August 2008.
"Imagination, fantasy, illusions..." This imaginative and witty novel intrigues reader by its entertaining and funny content. Two Georges, driven by the same desire to be loved, united... Author of this rare book of fiction is Wesley Stace who born in Hastings, Sussex, and educated at Cambridge University. He also the author of the prised novel Misfortune.

When Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey Of American Women From 1960 To The Present by Gail Collins published by Little, Brown and Co. in 2009. In 2008, with Hillary Clinton’s historic presidential campaign it was a time of cataclysmic change. Gail Collins, New York Times columnist and bestselling author, recounts the astounding revolution in women lives over the last 50 years. This title is a mix of research and history; the author explores the women’s role in politics and fashion, pop culture and sex, economics and families. The author explains what happened in every sphere of women’s lives though the testimonies of those women who made history or made their way. Gail Collins is a former editorial page editor for the New York Times, the first woman to have held this position. She currently writes a column for the Times’ op-ed page.


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