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Hachette Children's Group

Hachette Children’s Group is one of the most successful children’s publishers in the UK, with an excellent track record in creating bestselling and award winning books for children of all ages.

Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 8

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road continues. As Anis and Sherine settle into a new life built on love and friendship, tragedy and destruction have thrown the Eihons' village into turmoil. Conflict with neighboring tribes has taken its toll, leaving Pariya's family home in ruins. Though no one was hurt, little survived the assault, including the fabrics meant for Pariya's dowry. Her passionate, frank personality has made things difficult for Pariya in the past, and being forced to delay marriage talks--now that she's finally found an interested suitor--drives her to despair. Despite her anxieties, staying with the Eihons during the reconstruction gives Pariya the opportunity to learn from Amir and her family and build up her self-confidence as she prepares for a hopeful future.Crafted in painstaking detail, Ms. Mori's pen breathes life into the scenery and architecture of the period in this heart-warming, slice-of-life tale that is at once wholly exotic, yet familiar and accessible through the everyday lives of the characters she has created.

Yen Press

Emma, Vol. 5

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

As Emma and William continue taking strides toward a future they can share together, this collection gathers the stories of those whose lives have touched theirs along their journey. From the daily trials of the Mölders family and staff to the beginnings of William's unusual friendship with Hakim, these chapters serve to flesh out the world of Emma and the people who have been so much a part of Emma and William's lives. When this volume draws to a close, will the maid and the gentleman have become, simply, the Joneses? The moment of truth arrives in the final volume of Kaoru Mori's award-winning Emma.

Yen Press

Emma, Vol. 4

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

With the postmark of Emma's last letter--and his heart--as his sole guide, William makes a bold journey across the Atlantic to begin his search for Emma in the town of Burnley in America. Even if she is found among the hundreds of new arrivals from England, the life ahead of them will not be an easy one. His daughter's broken engagement has set the Viscount and, through him, all of London society against the Joneses, and it will take time for those business and social relationships to be rebuilt. Even more difficult will be convincing society that Emma is worthy to join their ranks, despite her humble origins. With dogged persistence, patience, and a little help from Mrs. Mölders, Emma and William aim to carve out a place in this world where their love can thrive at last!

Yen Press

Emma, Vol. 3

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

Despite each resolving to put the other from their minds, Emma and William's unexpected meeting has rekindled the embers of their love for each other. Though with William engaged to the daughter of a viscount--an ideal match in society's view--the two will face many difficult decisions and unbending opposition if they wish to pursue a future together. Mrs. Trollop is sympathetic to their plight, but even though she is fond of Emma and wishes every happiness for her son, she knows firsthand how unforgiving the upper classes can be to those who do not adhere to their standards...

Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 7

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

As Mr. Smith continues his journey to India, he is welcomed into the home of a wealthy tradesman and his wife, Anis. Custom dictates that, as a woman, Anis is not permitted to meet their visitor face-to-face, but even so, she counts herself blessed to live in such a beautiful estate and be married to a man who devotes himself solely to her. Still, one cannot help but long for the companionship of another person when one's closest friend is a reluctant Persian cat. In her loneliness, Anis visits the public bath house and discovers a place where she feels immediately free among her fellow sisters.

Yen Press

Emma, Vol. 2

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori
Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 6

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori
Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 5

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road turns westward, following Englishman Mr. Smith on his long journey to Ankara. Passing through a fishing village along the Aral Sea, Smith and his guide encounter a pair of spirited young girls named Laila and Leily-identical twins who are fishing not for sturgeon, but for husbands! Despite their efforts to find two wealthy, healthy, and handsome brothers to wed, Laila and Leily's plans generally only land them in loads of trouble!

Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 4

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

As he journeys to India, Mr. Smith is snapped out of his melancholic reverie by a tumble from his camel into a river and by the pair of identical twin girls who dive in to pull him out. Leili and Laila have reached marrying age, but their minds are more on mischief than romance. Meanwhile, back in the Eihons' village, Pariya has finally caught the interest of a suitor. But now that the moment has finally arrived, will Pariya's outspoken personality draw him in or drive him away?

Yen Press

A Bride's Story: Vol 3

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

Mr Smith leaves the Eihon family to continue his research in a distant town. There, he meets a young widow named Tarasu who offers to let the Englishman stay with her small family. But Smith is not met with the same hospitality he enjoyed at the Eihons' home, and the suspiciouns of Tarasu's uncle soon land Smith in prison. Far from his friends and even farther from home, Smith's outlook seems grim...

Yen Press

A Bride's Story: Vol 2

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

Amira is twenty years old when she marries her husband, a boy named Karluk from a neighbouring village. Adjusting to life in a new household can be trying for any young bride, and Amira's husband is eight years her junior. Amira was a strong, sophisticated hunter and horsewoman in her village, but though their villages were next to each other, their customs are very different. As Amira introduces Karluk to the foods and pastimes that were popular among her comrades back home, the warmth she feels for her young husband grows.

Yen Press

A Bride's Story: Vol 1

Kaoru Mori
Authors:
Kaoru Mori

Ao Jyumonji

Ao Jyumonji is the author of Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash.

Asari Endou

Asari Endou is the author of the Magical Girl Raising Project light novel series.

Ayamegumu

Megumu Aya is the artist of the manga adaptation Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody.

Canno

Canno is the author of A Kiss and White Lily for Her.

Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare vaulted onto the publishing scene with her first YA novel, City of Bones, and has published three other bestselling novels in The Mortal Instruments series. First published in August of 2010, Clockwork Angel marked the first installment of Cassandra's The Infernal Devicestrilogy and debuted at #1 on the New York Times list. The second book in the series is scheduled to release on December 6, 2011. Both The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices have been optioned for film by Unique Features.

DOUBLE-S

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Hiroshi Takashige

Hiroshi Takashige is a manga writer who studied at Gekiga Sonjuku, a school for manga creators established by the legendary Kazuo Koike (Lone Wolf and Cub). Takashige is best known for his work in Spriggan and the long-running, critically acclaimed Until Death Do Us Part.

Jinsei Kataoka

Jinsei Kataoka is the author of Smokin' Parade and Deadman Wonderland.