2011 Collection Fair

School Library Collection Fair 

Thursday and Friday, October 27 and 28, 2011

9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Nashville Public Library Downtown

   

The following vendors will be exhibiting materials for school libraries this year: 

Baker & Taylor,  the nation's leading supplier of books, related cataloging and processing services. 

Bound To Stay Bound Books BTSB Books last longer than any other editions! You'll love our easy to use website, FREE processing and quick delivery.

Children's Plus, Inc. Children’s Plus, Inc. is a bindery/distributor of K – Young Adult books for schools and libraries. Free processing/shipping and collection development. 

Davidson Titles specializes in serving schools & public libraries and satisfying all of their print, DVD and electronic materials needs for all ages-www.davidsontitles.com.

Ben Cowan, bcowanbooks [at] yahoo [dot] com Tennessee direct rep for Rosen/Powerkids, Cavendish, Lerner, and Mason Crest. Free shipping, free processing, free AR tests.

Eileen Cowan, ecowanlagrange19 [at] aol [dot] com Databases from Salem Press, Abc Clio (including Greenwood), Cavendish, Sharpe, Chelsea House and Facts On File.

Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Award-winning print reference and online databases for grades K-12. With Britannica, you teach with confidence; they know for sure.

Follett Library Resources, Inc. is a full service distributor to PreK-12 schools of books (both print and electronic) and audiovisual materials including fiction and nonfiction titles, early literacy and bilingual materials, professional resources, Accelerated Reader software and more.  We offer an easy-to-use website (www.titlewave.com), personal service, complete cataloging and processing, plus free shipping and handling on books and audiovisual materials.

Gale Cengage Learning is a world leader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools, colleges, and businesses. The provider of over 50 of the TEL databases, Gale is best known for its accurate and authoritative reference content as well as its intelligent organization of full-text magazine and newspaper articles, the company creates and maintains more than 600 databases that are published online, in print, as eBooks and in microform.

Mike Howard Library Services, Inc. Mike Howard, your TN Direct rep for Capstone, Abdo, Gale (print) & other publishers.  1-800-443-8660 mike [at] howardbooks [dot] net ORDER DIRECT for best service and prices!!

Ingram Library Services, Inc Ingram Library Services is a book, eBook and A/V product distributor.  We offer the most books, highest fill rate and quickest delivery in the industry.

Junior Library Guild is the collection development and book review service relied upon by thousands of schools and public libraries across the country.

Perma-Bound Prebound books K-12.  Collection development, collection analysis and web services that help you select the right books, audios, and DVD for your school library.

Rainbow Book Company a distributor of fiction and non-fiction library-bound books, featuring the newest copyrights from 150+ publishers at discounted prices.

Scholastic Library Publishing We would like to announce that Vincent and Vincent Booksellers are the new direct representatives for Scholastic Library Publishing in Tennessee.  Please visit our website at http://vincentandvincent.net or Scholastic Library Publishing direct at http://scholastic.com.

Vincent and Vincent Booksellers The Child's World - Cherry Lake Publishing - Gareth Stevens Publishing - Norwood House Press - Scholastic Library Publishing  -  Weigl Publishers - Windmill Books.  Please check out our website, http://vincentandvincent.net.

World Book, Inc.World Book Print & World Book Web w/ primary & secondary databases for schools/libraries, w/ ebooks, primary source, readaloud.

The School Library Collection Fair is held in conjunction with the Tenn-Share DataFest and Conference. No registration is required.

In order to attend the DataFest on Thursday, October 27, an online – free – registration is required. 

Registration is also required for the Conference on Friday, October 28 and is $30 for staff of member libraries, with special pricing for library students and retirees.