Soar Print

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Soar Print

Soar Print offers comprehensive print services to the publishing industry including offset print, digital print, books on demand, reprint services, commercial print services, digital magazine and mobile editions. In addition to PUR bound and saddle stitched books, they can also produce bespoke editions  and offer a full publication management services with  experienced pre-press and design studio services as well as storage and logistics, mail house and fulfillment services

They are the  New Zealand agents to www.partica.com.au

Stuart Shepherd
stuarts@soarprint.co.nz
Tel: 09 302 9100
Mobile: 021 630954

100 New North Road
Eden Terrace

PO Box 8417
Symonds Street
Auckland
New Zealand
www.soarprint.co.nz

Simon & Schuster (Australia) Pty Ltd

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Simon & Schuster (Australia) Pty Ltd

Simon & Schuster Australia publishes and distributes a variety of books in Australia and New Zealand across a range of genres including fiction, non-fiction and children’s books under our local and international imprints. These include Atria, Free Press, Gallery, Howard, Pocket, Scribner, Simon & Schuster and Touchstone.

Suite 19a, Level 1, Building C, 450 Miller Street,
Cammeray, NSW 2062, Australia
Tel (61) 2 9983 6600
www.simonandschuster.com.au

General enquires: cservice@simonandschuster.com.au
Marketing and publicity enquires: pr@simonandschuster.com.au

General enquires: cservice@simonandschuster.com.au
Marketing and publicity enquires: pr@simonandschuster.com.au

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Writing, Language skills focus of new Kiwi Education publisher

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Sheena Cameron and Louise Dempsey

S & L Publishing’s Louise Dempsey (left) and Sheena Cameron

Our authors – via educational publishers – have practically taught the world to read. Now Sheena Cameron and Louise Dempsey of newly established S & L Publishing are teaching children the skills of writing to communicate clearly. Their first publication is The Writing Book, which is a book full of practical advice, strategies and support material for writers. Sheena and Louise see it as a useful resource for both teachers and students.

Currently the two women work from their home offices and are developing a new book titled The Oral Language Book. But with current sales of over 24,500 of The Writing Book plus their busy schedule of seminars for teachers, locally and in Australia and Asia over the next year involving much travel, establishing business premises is on hold for now.

The move to publishing has been a learning curve, but they have already chalked up a major success with The Writing Book.

Sheena Cameron is an experienced teacher who has taught here, the UK and the United States. She has taught at primary, intermediate and tertiary levels. Sheena currently facilitates literacy workshops both in New Zealand and internationally. Prior to establishing the new business, she is the author of The Reading Activity Handbook, The Display and Publishing Handbook and Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies, all published by Pearson.

Louise Dempsey is an experienced teacher, consultant and trainer who has worked in both New Zealand and the UK. In her 15 years experience as a trainer she has presented to audiences ranging from whole school teams, to Principal groups and school management teams. She has developed specialised knowledge in the areas of literacy and effective teaching and learning. Louise has created a range of writing projects for New Zealand and English publishers and the UK’s Department of Education and written sections of the Access English Series and Rigby Navigator teaching guides.

Both Sheena and Louise are committed to spending time in schools, working with teachers and students to ensure the material they develop is relevant and useful.

Of The Writing Book, Louise says
“We are delighted with the response we have had to the book. While there are academic texts and lots of resource books with worksheets about teaching writing, we wanted to create a user-friendly resource with lots of generic ideas that can be used at different levels and in different contexts.”

New release due in 2016
S & L Publishing’s next teaching text is The Oral Language Book. They describe it as a practical teaching resource, which aims to support teachers to include more learning talk in their classroom and to embed oral language across the curriculum. It includes information and ideas for developing group work and paired talk in the classroom, including supports to encourage quality discussion.

The main body of the book offers practical activities that can be used across the curriculum with the class, a group or independently. They include drama, listening, presentation and vocabulary activities.

Teachers can expect to see The Oral Language Book available for classrooms next July.

Following their second book, S&L Publishing are planning further development of user-friendly on-line resources and apps, and increasing sales in the Asian market.

As the newest educational publisher member of PANZ, we wish the company every success in the future.

S & L Publishing

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S & L Publishing (Trading as The Literacy Place)

S & L Publishing is the publisher of The Writing Book (2013), The Oral Language Book (2016)  and The Reading Book (2019). These books offer practical advice, strategies and support material for teachers.

Sheena Cameron and Louise Dempsey
Email: info@theliteracyplace.com
Website: www.theliteracyplace.com
Telephone: Tel: 021 1136197

2/20 Harrybrook Road, Green Bay, Auckland 0604

Tel: 021 714 497

Wendy Pye Publishing Ltd

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Wendy Pye Publishing Ltd

Wendy Pye Publishing Ltd is an educational literacy publisher specialising in literacy learning and
English language learning delivered in print, on websites and apps. Sunshine Books has provided the
literacy resources needed to teach emergent through to fluent readers for over 35 years. Millions of
copies have sold around the world. We continue to add new titles and quality non-fiction as well as
providing the added value of online learning and activities. A key factor is the range of authors and
illustrators that are associated with our books – many of them from New Zealand and Australia.

413 Great South Road, Ellerslie, Auckland 1051
Postal Address: Private Bag 17905, Greenlane 1546

Dame Wendy Pye, Publisher
wendy@sunshine.co.nz

Tel: 09 5253575
www.sunshine.co.nz

 

Thorpe-Bowker

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Thorpe-Bowker

Thorpe-Bowker provides bibliographic information for book professionals. Thorpe-Bowker collects, aggregates and publishes information about the Australian and international book industries in a range of formats, including online and in print. The core product range includes the Global Books In Print bibliographic database, Australian Books In Print, Bookseller+Publisher magazine and its supplements, the Weekly Book Newsletter, Syndetic Solutions and Australian Library News. Thorpe-Bowker has operated the ISBN Agency in Australia since 1997.

Level One, 607 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3004
Postal Address: PO Box 6509 St Kilda Central, Melbourne, Victoria 8008
Tel +61 3 8517 8333 Fax +61 3 8517 8399
www.thorpe.com.au

Gary Pengelly
Gary.Pengelly@thorpe.com.au

Wily Publications Ltd

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Wily Publications Ltd

Wily Publications Ltd is a specialised publishing house focusing on heritage non-fiction and historical fiction. The company is particularly interested in books that deal with aspects of New Zealand’s past or with its cultural and natural heritage. Commissioned works for companies, organisations or individuals are always welcome. Wily Publications draws on a team of highly qualified people. On contract, talented writers, editors, designers and those involved in sales, marketing and public relations are employed. All work is completed to the highest possible international standard and overseas markets are sought.

302 Lake Terrace Road, Shirley, Christchurch 8061
Phone 03 385 4754 Fax 03 385 4756
www.wily.co.nz

Jenny Haworth, Managing Director
Email: jjhaworth@xtra.co.nz

Sales/Distribution
Paul Greenburg
paul.gpm@xtra.co.nz
Greene Phoenix Marketing
tel 04 461 7400 or 021 722 210 fax 04 461 7403

Whitireia Publishing

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The publishing programme at Whitireia is New Zealand’s most prestigious and wide-ranging publishing course. Estab­lished in 1993, the programme covers all aspects of the business of publishing and has strong links with the industry. Through Whitireia Publishing, students are mentored while undertaking publishing work for a range of organisations, including the Publishers Association of New Zealand, commercial publishers and community groups.

65 Dixon St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
DX Box: SX33459, 3 Wi Neera Drive, Porirua 5022
Tel 04 8305589
www.whitireiapublishing.co.nz

Odessa Owens, Senior Tutor
publishing@whitireia.ac.nz