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Be a jewel in the crown

Crown House Publishing is a small award-winning independent publisher, based in West Wales. ‘We publish an extensive range of classroom resources and professional development books for teachers and school leaders,’ said managing director David Bowman. ‘Our list also includes books on health and well-being, NLP, hypnosis, counselling, psychotherapy and coaching.’ Crown House Publishing was born out of The Anglo American Book Company, founded in 1992, which originally imported and distributed NLP and hypnosis books from the USA to meet demand in the UK. David joined the business in 1994 and started to add education books to its portfolio, mostly in the areas of brain-based learning and accelerated learning. The company founded the Accelerated Learning Centre to serve educational buyers in 1996 and in the same year, The Anglo American Book Company took its first steps into publishing.

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