Our Client Publishers

Albatros Books (Czechia) was founded in 1949 and has published over 10,000 titles. In 1964 they co-founded with six other international publishers the Bologna Children’s Book Fair. They aim is to develop young readers’ curiosity and thirst for knowledge with a global reach of more than 50 languages in 40 countries.

Barefoot Books (USA) opens windows to other cultures and perspectives, while also providing children of all backgrounds and abilities with much-needed stories in which they can see themselves.   

Berbay Books (Australia) is an award-winning independent children’s publishing house that has established a reputation locally and internationally for producing high quality, original and enriching children’s books that inspire creativity and that stories are for sharing.

Black Sands Entertainment (USA) breaks barriers for Black comics creators and young readers by publishing Black voices imagining tales rooted in African historical achievements.

Cassava Republic (Nigeria) has a mission to change the way readers think about African writing. They believe that contemporary African prose should be rooted in the diversity of the African experience, whether set in the continent’s mega-cities such as Lagos or Kinshasa, or in little-known rural communities.   

Child’s Play (UK-England) publishes picture books that have garnered attention and stars from top review journals. They offer educational expeirences with science for the very young through board book series and beautiful picture books rooted in authenticity for preschool audiences and older.

Cicada Books (UK-England) specializes in highly illustrated books for adults and children with a focus on emerging talent, beautiful packaging, and fresh content. They publish both informational titles and fiction.

Creston Books (USA) is author/illustrator driven, with talented, award-winning creators given more editorial freedom and control than in a typical New York house. Their picture books include both fiction and nonfiction supported by well chosen back matter.

Cuento de Luz (Spain) publishes children’s books that take the imagination on a journey, help care for our planet, respect differences and promote peace. Across the past decade, their books have won over 100 awards in the US alone.

Diamond Book Distributors (USA) is a division of Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc., and is dedicated to making a wide selection of its graphic novels and other pop-culture merchandise available to bookstores, libraries, schools, and more worldwide. Among the publishers supported by Diamond Bookshelf and creating works of interest to youth are A Wave Blue World, Ablaze, Action Lab Entertainment, AfterShock Comics, Difference Engine, Dynamite Entertainment, FairSquare Comics, Graphic Mundi, Gungnir, Lev Gleason, LionWing, Magnetic Press, Manga Classics, Penguin UK, Udon Entertainment, and Valiant.

Eye of Newt Publishing (Canada) showcases artists and illustrators who tell visual stories of the fantastic while reflecting the multiplicity of cultures, traditions, and identities of our own world.

Floris Books (UK-Scotland) publishes international stories in translation, nostalgic classics in for all ages, and board books, picture books, and humorous and science fiction middle grade series reflecting contemporary Scottish society and the natural world, Floris also sponsors the annual Kelpies Prize for Writing to discover new Scottish children’s authors.

Flowerpot Press (USA, Canada) publishes a broad range of titles developed to entertain, educate, and inspire children with image-rich books across the youth age range.

Gecko Press (New Zealand) publishes translated children’s books from some of the world’s finest writers and illustrators. The bring board books, picture books, and early chapter books to English language readers.

Helvetiq (Switzerland) is an international publishing house of creatives who craft new experiences for casual gamers, book lovers and design aficionados. Their books inspire people and make them smile by showing the unknown in the familiar.

Inhabit Media (First Nations, Canada) is an Inuit-owned publishing company that aims to ensure that Arctic voices are heard and have the opportunity to contribute to Canadian literature. 

Kalaniot Books (USA) helps young children and their families explore the diverse mosaic of Jewish culture and history through picture books that entertain, educate, and inspire engagement with tradition.

Kube Publishing (UK-England) is an independent publishing house that publishes general interest, academic, and children’s books on Islam and Muslim experiences. and practices

Lantana Publishing (UK-England) selects outstanding writing from around the world, working with prize-winning authors and illustrators from many countries, to showcase stories that represent children and cultures from all over the globe. 

Little Island (Ireland) publishes for children and young adults, including novels for readers 9 to 12 and for teenagers from 13 up, as well as illustrated books for younger children.

Live Oak Media (USA) publishes audiobooks for children and has won many national and international awards for production

Manga Classics (USA/Canada) publishes faithful adaptations of classic literature in manga format.

Marble Press (USA) publishes under three imprints: Marble Books provides picture books; Bulooga Books features books for babies; and Taltos Books offers middle grade and young adult books.

Neem Tree Press (UK-England) publishes middle grade and young adult books that showcase global perspectives and feature diverse and empowered protagonists to bring young literary travelers thought provoking fiction in a variety of genres.

Nosy Crow (USA, UK-England) publishes child-focused and parent-friendly books for ages birth to 12.

NubeOcho (Spain) champions both Spanish and English titles that touch on timely issues and heart-warming stories created by international authors and illustrators.

Pajama Press (Canada) publishes children’s picture books, nonfiction, and novels for middle grade readers and tweens from both well-known, award-winning authors and illustrators and new voices.

Readers to Eaters (USA) publishes books that give a fresh and fun perspective on what we eat and how we eat through good stories, beautiful writing, and a deep appreciation of food cultures.

Red Comet Press (USA) provides a home for talented creators who seek a boutique experience and the personal touch of a passionate publisher. Their books are inventive, surprising, and touching – hand-picked to ignite the imagination.

Scallywag Press (UK-England) publishes award-winning picture books, illustrated nonfiction, and early readers that have been recognized by the Klaus Flugge Prize (long list), Kate Greenaway Medal (nomination), and more.

Soaring Kite Books (USA) was formed to give a voice and a presence to underrepresented main characters in children’s books and provides picture books that build children’s confidence and self-esteem through featuring characters that look like them.

Sweet Cherry Publishing (UK-England) believes that all children should have access to great stories and works to break down the socio-economic barriers that often get in the way of access to books for ages 0 to 14.

Tapioca Stories (USA) is a New York-based publishing house with Latin American soul, introducing young English readers to the finest Latin American children’s books, originally written in Spanish and Portuguese.

Tiger Tales (USA, UK-England) is a publisher of imaginative picture and novelty books for children. Its 360 Degrees imprint illuminates a multitude of real world curiosities. Authors and illustrators craft interactive books to intrigue and delight for both audiences.

Toon Books (USA) are the first high-quality comics designed for children ages three and up with a craetive roster that includes professional cartoonists, educators, and artists. 

Walker Books Australia (Australia) is an award-winning publishing house that has been providing outstanding children’s books for readers of all ages, including nature picture books, middle grade graphic novels, adventure novels for tweens, and more for over 25 years.

What on Earth Books (USA, UK-England) publishes nonfiction books that engage children’s natural curiosity and passion for learning. They also publish in partnership with Britannica Books, which publishes innovative and inspiring nonfiction books for children, with real experts behind every page. 

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