Press: Submission guidelines - Publishes books we believe in, only those
books that speak to children, and only those that have both words
and art of the highest quality.
Cane Press Submission
Guidelines - "CandyCane Press publishes board books
and picture books for children on a growing list of subjects, including
biblical characters, holidays, and patriotic and biographical themes."
- Capstone Press:
Publishes a wide variety of easy-to-read, nonfiction, photo-illustrated
High-Interest: (Imprint of Capstone Press) - High-interest books for struggling readers
for grades 3-9.
- Carolrhoda Books,
Inc.: Submission guidelines - (A division of Lerner Publishing Group)
Fiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)
Nonfiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)
Submission Guidelines (PDF)
- Cartwheel Books: Submission guidelines - (An imprint of Scholastic)
- Cavendish Children's Books: - publishes outstanding picture books, fiction
Submission guidelines - Primarily a nonfiction publisher, best
known for 32-page nonfiction picture books.
- Chelsea Clubhouse: Eye-catching,
full-color books introducing nonfiction to young readers.
- Chelsea House Publishers:
Nonfiction library books for students from kindergarten through college.
- The Child's World:
K-6 Educational Books.
- China Books: Books
written in or translated to English regarding Chinese language, culture,
history and social studies.
- Christian Education
Publishers (Educational Publisher): - Sunday school,
VBS, and Christian Education resources.
Books Submission guidelines:
- Children's books that inspire, educate, delight, comfort, and spark
in children of all ages a love for books and reading.
Books Submission guidelines
- Nonfiction as well as fiction and picture books.
- The Colonial Williamsburg
Foundation - "The Colonial Williamsburg story, “Becoming
Americans,” tells how diverse peoples, having different and sometimes
conflicting ambitions, evolved into a society that valued liberty
- Joanna Cotler Books - Imprint of Harper Collins - "Literary
and commercial picture books and fiction for all ages."
- Coteau Books Submission guidelines - "A literary
press, publishing primarily poetry, fiction, drama, children's and
young adults "chapter books" (with the exception of picture
books), and non-fiction work with literary merit. Coteau publishes
only authors who are Canadian citizens."
- Creative Teaching
Press (Educational Publisher) Submission guidelines - "Publishes
a wide variety of products for grades PreK-8 including teacher resource
books, bulletin boards, borders, emergent readers, and charts. While
we do publish a line of emergent readers, we do not typically publish
- Crown Books for
Young Readers Submission guidelines
- "Quality literature for pre-school children through young adult
readers in all formats from board books to picture books to novels."
- CSS Publishing Submission guidelines - "Leading
publisher of lectionary, seasonal, and non-seasonal resources in the
areas of preaching, worship, and children's ministry"
- Cub Books Submission guidelines - "Cub Books,
the children's division of Walnut Tree Press, is dedicated to bringing
beautiful artwork and inspiring stories to young readers. We publish
books that stimulate curiosity and interest in the wonders of the
natural world and show what can be accomplished with a good idea and
some hard work. Our titles combine rhyming vese with simple vocabulary
and sentence structure designed to be read to infants and toddlers,
who will learn to read along, then to read on their own."
- Benjamin Cummings (Educational
Publisher) Submission guidelines - "Committed
to publishing the best collection of print and electronic content
designed to help teachers teach and students learn
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