14 June 2012
The latest edition of our Low Priced Educational Books catalogue is now available online for our registered customers.
You will be able to browse more than 15,000 titles. Select by subject or readership, or search by keyword, create booklists and send them directly to us to ask for a quotation or to place an order.
A special feature will help you find titles focused on Africa or Gender.
To find out more, please click here or click on the button Low Priced Educational Books on the Services or Books page.
31 January 2012
We are pleased to announce that Christel Noudjinlodo from Bufalo Bookshop in Cotonou has agreed to represent Mallory in Benin.
Bufalo is one of the leading booksellers in Benin and we are confident that the new partnership will give customers there a unique suite of services.
Christel’s contact details are available here.
09 November 2011
We are pleased to announce the birth of Pierrick Pasquier, the 9th November 2011. Sylvain’s wife Karina and Pierrick are doing well. Congratulations!!
16 September 2011
The latest edition of our free software is now available online for our registered customers. You will be able to check available school books by browsing a database of more than 22,000 titles. Select by subject and key stage or search by keyword, create booklists and send them directly to us ask for a quotation or to place an order.
To find out more, please click here or click on the Schoolbooks Manager button on the Services or Books page.
24 May 2011
The eighth edition of Low Priced Educational Books, our annual catalogue of titles with special pricing for sub-Saharan Africa, is now available to registered customers.
It has increased in size every year, and now contains nearly 10,000 titles. The LPEB is now available in three volumes: Arts and Social Sciences, Sciences and Engineering, and Medical and Life Sciences, in both print and CD format.
Subject sections and Excel order forms of the LPEB are now available to registered customers for download from this website - click here. If you are not already registered as a customer, please click the link at the top right of this page to register.
07 January 2011
A baby boy, Isaac, was born to Sophie and Christian Hardinge-Walsh. Sophie is our Business Development Manager and Christian is in charge of our warehouse. Both mother and baby are doing well. Congratulations!
Gaulphine Nyirenda is our longest serving representative, and has represented Mallory International in Malawi for more than 20 years. She has received numerous awards for her services to the book industry there. So it was a particular pleasure to welcome her, with her husband Grant and her daughter Jayne, for a working visit to Mallory’s head office in Aylesbeare, UK, before Christmas 2010.
16 November 2010
A baby boy, Montgomery, was born to our senior export sales coordinator Sancha Rees at 23.47. Both mother and baby are doing well. Congratulations!
17-20 October 2010
Mallory exhibited for the first time at the AISA conference (the Association of International Schools in Africa) in Nairobi. Rachel Dickson, who leads the Schools Team, managed the stand.
It was a busy and successful few days; international schools in Africa are a growing part of our turnover, and we offer a comprehensive supply service (see the testimonials on our schools page).
During their visit to Nairobi in October 2010, Julian and Ulrike Hardinge reached agreement with Salima Okale Lihanda and Margaret Nyambura from Corporate Campus to take over as our local contacts in Kenya.
Both have been working energetically to supply educational DVDs to academic institutions and have been working with Mallory for more than a year. They will already been known to many of our customers. We wish them every success in their new posts.
29 August 2010
The seventh edition of Low Priced Educational Books, in two volumes, produced both in print and on CD, was published in May. This is the only comprehensive listing of international titles with special African pricing, and contains nearly 10,000 tertiary textbooks, mostly from major international publishers.
The French edition is also available.
1 March 2010
Mallory International signed a major supply contract with Hawassa University, Ethiopia, on the 15th February 2010. Julian Hardinge visited Hawassa in order to arrange the final details and to collect the contract.