Recent News

As of January 1, 2019, GPS will begin distributing the following publishers:

Obvious State- World 

Microcosm Publishing- World x UK 

Urbane Publications- World x UK 

Aviation Supplies & Academics (ASA)- World 

Kaminn Media (Camino Travel Guides)- World x UK & EU 

New Hope Publishers- World 

Arcler Press- Australia, Latin America, & Caribbean ONLY 

As of August 1, 2018, GPS began distributing the following publisher:

Jacaranda Books- EU, ME, IN, LAMC, Africa, ANZ 

As of June 1, 2018, GPS will begin distributing the following publishers:

Featured Titles

8 Little Planets/ October 2018

by Chris Ferrie

ISBN: 9781492671244 | $10.99

A delightfully fun, fact-filled planetary tale from the creator of the Baby University series! Travel around the solar system and celebrate what makes each planet unique! Vibrant, joyful art, playful verse, and a fun die-cut shape are sure to have astronomers of all ages celebrating their own uniqueness while they party with the planets.

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Rosie Revere, Engineer/ September 2013

by Andrea Beaty. Illustrated by David Roberts

ISBN: 9781419708459 | $17.95

A young inventor learns to fail better. Celebrating its 147th week on the New York Time’s Bestseller list at #4!

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Daughters of the Lake/ November 2018

by Wendy Webb

ISBN: 9781503901339 | $14.95

The ghost of the past come calling in a spellbinding heart-stopper from the "Queen of the Northern Gothic."
Kate Granger has retreated to her parents' home on Lake Superior to pull herself together- only to discover the body of a murdered woman washed into the shallows. No one can identify the woman. Except for Kate. She's seen her before. In her dreams... It's time for the lake to give up its secrets. As the drowned woman reaches out from the grave, Kate reacheds back. They must come togtehr, if only in dreams, to right the sinister wrongs of the past.

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Bury What We Cannot Take/ July 2018

by Kirstin Chen

ISBN: 9781542049719  | $14.95

To prove his loyalty to the Party, Ah Liam reports his grandmother to the authorities for taking a hammer to a framed portrait of Chairman Mao. But his belief in doing the right thing sets in motion a terrible chain of events. Against the backdrop of early Maoist China, this captivating and emotional tale follows a brother, a sister, a father, and a mother as they grapple with their agonizing decision, its far-reaching consequences, and their hope for redemption.

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