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Jess M. Brallier (born May 31, 1953) is a publisher, author, and web publisher. Brallier has authored or co-authored 31 books, including Lawyers and Other Reptiles. He is currently Publisher and General Manager of Family Education Network (a part of Pearson), an online publisher for: parents, teachers, and reference readers.
Professional Work 
In 1992, Brallier founded the children’s publishing imprint, Planet Dexter (Penguin), which published a number of best-selling books and secured scores of book club, electronic, foreign, TV/video, exhibit, serial, and merchandising licenses.
Of the 30+ published books that Brallier authored, half are adult titles and half children’s books.
Brallier won book publishing's LMP Individual Achievement Award in recognition of his marketing campaign for three New York Times best sellers: Reinventing Government by David Osborne, Mama Makes Up Her Mind by Bailey White, and Touchpoints by T. Berry Brazelton.
Brallier is publisher of the most successful online book in history, Diary of a Wimpy Kid. He is the publisher of Poptropica, the largest virtual world for young kids.
Personal life 
A native of Ligonier, Pennsylvania, Brallier is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh (B.A.) and Boston University (M.S.). He resides in Massachusetts, with his wife and children.
Tess's Tree (illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds)
Presidential With and Wisdom: Maxims, Mottoes, Sound Bites, Speeches, Asides, and Memorable Quotes from America’s Presidents with Sally Chabert
Celebrate America with Sally Chabert
Lawyers and Other Reptiles
Lawyers and Other Reptiles II: The Appeal
Y2Kids: Your Guide to the Millennium
Medical Wit and Wisdom: The Best Medical Quotations from Hippocrates to Groucho Marx with Sally Chabert
The Hot Dog Cookbook: The Wiener Work the World Awaited
The Pessimist’s Journal of Very, Very Bad Days with Richard McDonough
The Pessimist’s Journal of Very, Very Bad Days of the 1980s with Richard McDonough
This Book Really Sucks!
“Whaddaya Doin’ in There?!” A Bathroom Reader for Kids
The Cocktail Hour with Sally Chabert
Write Your Own Living Will with Bradley E. Smith
Thumbs Up Science
Who Was Albert Einstein?
Shake, Rattle, and Roll! Cool Things to Do with Dice
Going, Going, Gone: This Book Disappears!
Magnetic Pattern Blocks
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