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  • Walker & Company Submission guidelines - "Fiction and Nonfiction Particularly interested in picture books, illustrated non-fiction, middle grade and young adult fiction. No series ideas, or books written strictly for 'reports'."

  • Frederick Warne (Division of Penguin Group) Submission guidelines - "Developing classic book-based children's character brands. The hallmarks of the publishing program are beautifully produced editions of classic works, plus lively spin-off books ranging from baby record books and treasuries to board books and novelty titles."

  • Time Warner Books - Now "Hachette Book Group"

  • Wendy Lamb Books Submission guidelines - "Publishers of quality literature for pre-school children through young adult readers in all formats from board books to picture books to novels."

  • Albert Whitman & Company Submission guidelines - "An independent publisher of children’s books. known for books that address timely topics such as divorce, disability, and interracial families. Many of these stories are published as Concept Books and librarians constantly tell us that Albert Whitman is the first place they turn to for such titles. In addition, Albert Whitman’s novels for middle-grade readers, picture books, and nonfiction titles include many award winners and highly praised books for children ages 2 to 12."

  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Submission guidelines - "A global publisher of print and electronic products, specializing in scientific, technical, and medical books and journals; professional and consumer books and subscription services; and textbooks and other educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students as well as lifelong learners."

  • Williamson Publishing Co. Submission Guidelines

  • Winslow Press - "Integrating high quality literature with the new media— beginning with children’s literature— will ensure that this generation, and those to come, have the necessary guidance and therefore ability, to use wisely the phenomenal wave of new technology in our lives."

  • World Book, Inc. - "An industry leader in the production of award-winning encyclopedias, reference sources, and multimedia products for the home and schools."

  • The Wright Group (Educational Publisher) – “A comprehensive literacy program for grades K-3 promoting authentic reading, writing, listening, and speaking experiences.

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