UK TV tie-in specialist DCD Publishing is set to unveil a number of new properties at next week's London Book Fair.
First up is Libel, based on BBC1's forthcoming six-part documentary series due to air in 2011 and exploring the implications of the libel and privacy laws in Britain.
Channel 4's biggest arts commission of 2010, The Genius of British Art will also be featured, along with the Encyclopaedia of Lyrics of the Twentieth Century, which is a compilation of the most significant lyrics of the period illustrated with exclusive photographs of music memorabilia and featuring contributions from a number of musicians.
Gift book series, Lyrics of Our Lives, will also be featured heavily.
Other properties on the stand will include The Future is Certain by Martyn Gilbert; The Shard, based on an upcoming Channel 4 documentary; The Arch of Enlightenment, which focuses on the restoration of one of the lost wonders of the world; and The Sacred Art of Islam, Judaism and Christianity, based on the BBC2 series.
London Book Fair runs at Earls Court from April 19th to 21st.