Nautilus Book Awards has recognized four Andrews McMeel Publishing (AMP) titles for the 2019 season:
- Kintsugi: Finding Strength in Imperfection by Céline Santini is a Gold Winner in Inner Prosperity & Right Livelihood.
- Identity Theft: Rediscovering Ourselves After Stroke by Debra E. Meyerson and Danny Zuckerman is a Silver Winner in Memoir.
- I Love Me by Sally Morgan and Ambelin Kwaymullina is a Silver Winner in Children’s Picture Book.
- Limelight by Solli Raphael is a Silver Winner in Middle Grade Non-Fiction.
The Nautilus Book Awards was founded in 1998 to recognize and celebrate “Better Books for a Better World.”
About Andrews McMeel Publishing
Andrews McMeel Publishing (AMP), a division of Andrews McMeel Universal (AMU), is the nation’s top-selling calendar publisher, featuring calendar formats including wall, mini-wall, engagement, desk, day-to-day, planners, and undated planners in a variety of formats. Renowned properties include Dilbert, Disney, Thomas Kinkade, Mary Engelbreit, Jeopardy!, and You Are a Badass, among other titles. A leader in the industry, AMU specializes in comics, illustrated humor, and inspirational content, with a remarkable roster of talent across syndication; book, calendar, and greeting card publishing; digital consumer experiences; and entertainment licensing.
It is home to some of the most iconic and beloved comics in the industry, including the classics Calvin and Hobbes, Doonesbury, Peanuts, The Far Side®, Garfield, and Dilbert, and contemporary favorites such as Sarah’s Scribbles, Breaking Cat News, and Phoebe and Her Unicorn. Creators include dozens of #1 New York Times bestselling authors (including global poetry sensation Rupi Kaur), and multiple Pulitzer Prize–, Reuben Award–, and Emmy Award–winners.