Children's Book Publishers
Blank Slate Press publishes Historical, Crime, Contemporary, Mystery/Thriller, and Literary Fiction.
Walrus Publishing publishes SciFi, Romance, Regional, and Humor
Treehouse Publishing Group publishes Picture books, Middle Grade, and YA, both fiction and nonfiction
History, Military History, Self-help, Autobiography, Business, Careers, Environment, How to/Practical Guides, Health, Humour, Lifestyle, Indigenous Studies, Women’s and Men’s Interest, Corporate Publications .
Realizing that very few parents have time to sift through the descriptions of each children’s book before purchase, much less to pre-read each book to decipher its content, this mother of four decided to create her own publishing world. At Character Publishing, the books are categorized by the qualities that they enhance in your child, taking the mystery (and riskiness) out of shopping for children’s books.
Filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy Oct. 26, 2012.
Our books are internationally sought after by those interested in Māori history and Māori people, the indigenous people of New Zealand. Our books also give an insight into the lives of Pacific Islanders living in New Zealand and the Pacific, through stories written by Pacific Island authors.
Our non-fiction is of interest to academics, students, policymakers and critical thinkers while our fiction appeals to anyone interested in reading a good book. Our gift books make excellent presents for those wanting an indigenous touch.
world travel, world literature, world history and politics, art,world music & dance, International cooking, and children's books from around the world.
Interlink publishes approximately 50 titles each year and has an active backlist of over 1000 titles under five imprints
Today Langmarc is the proud home of a number of outstanding novels and non-fiction books produced by more than fifty talented authors. These are men and women who are at the top of their profession, contributing to literary excellence with novels, recovery books, and inspirational books.
McClanahan books are sold throughout Kentucky and the South in book and gift shops, fine department stores, museums, on national shopping networks, and in a variety of other retail sources.
Our goal is to inspire readers with creative stories that spark imagination and learning. We are proud members of The Independent Book Publishers Association.
With a strong focus on the gift market, PPA also produces private label titles for licensing to customers with specific needs.
Racemaker was founded in 2006 by a group of individuals passionate about automotive history and vintage racing who wanted to produce books that should be out, but aren’t books a major publisher would pick up. Historical accuracy combined with readability are the hallmarks of all of Racemaker Press’ titles. In many ways it’s a scholarly approach rooted in a desire to create compelling and entertaining reads through beautiful, well-made books available at reasonable prices.
Over the years Rainbow Books has published hundreds of books, mostly in the self-help and how-to nonfiction categories.
Our specialty is dolls, teddy bears and other toys, both old and new.
Specializing in circulating reference material aimed at school and public libraries, Rosen titles are the gold standard in guidance, social studies, history, science, and mathematics, as well as general high interest topics for children and young adults.
Our mission is to make learning and teaching English and Spanish an experience that is motivating, enriching, and effective for both teachers and students. In a collaborative effort with authors, editors, teachers, and students, we create instructional materials that meet needs of modern-day students throughout the United States.
Tamarind is now integrated into Random House Children’s Publishers UK, which is part of The Random House Group which is a Penguin Random House Company. Penguin Random House is the world’s first truly global trade book publisher. It was formed on July 1, 2013, upon the completion of an agreement between Bertelsmann and Pearson to merge their respective trade publishing companies, Random House and Penguin.