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Still there are many reasons to visit the Frankfurt Book Fair- the most important industry event of the year. Why we have just spent five days in the international publishing world? The answer is - because of the books. So, great new titles, amazing people addicted to books, new ideas, all this creates an unforgettable atmosphere from years. Below some pictures to illustrate how it was. ... read more

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Palgrave Textbooks for new Academic Year 2016/2017 www.he.palgrave.com​ Palgrave Higher Education develops and distributes textbooks, e-books and interactive e-learning resources primarily for University-level students, from undergraduate to postgraduate, in Social Sciences, Humanities, Business, and Study Skills. Economics   Macroeconomics (European Edition) N. Gregory Mankiw, Mark Taylor Palgrave Higher Education (JL) ISBN: 978146 ... read more

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Celebrate with us 25 bithday one of the most popular Wiley Brand www.dummies.com For the past 25 years dummies has made learning everything easier with their trusted range of go-to-guides, transforming the hard-to-understand into easy-to use information. Keep your offer up to date, refresh stock and celebrate with us. All promotion activites from 11th October to 30th November 2016 very welcome. Complete For Dummies Titles list New Titles in 2016 special presentation available for download Certification ... read more

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016 was awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa for the design and synthesis of molecular machines Who else could have published the newest Stoddart book, if not Wiley? I just want to make you aware that we have a brand new book publishing on October 28th by Carson Bruns and J. Fraser Stoddart ( This year’s Nobel prize winner).  This book is on the topic that J. Fraser Stoddart won the Nobel prize for "world’s tiniest machines" www.nature.com I don’t think this has ever happen before in science publishing: A ... read more
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