Rocky Pond

Rocky Pond Books is Penguin’s newest children’s and YA imprint, with its first titles set to launch in Spring 2023. The imprint will publish books for two through teen, both fiction and nonfiction, with a primary focus on mental health and social-emotional learning.

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Viking Children’s Books

Penguin Viking

G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers publishes approximately seventy-five books a year for children, from lively, accessible picture books to some of today’s strongest voices in fiction and nonfiction. We strive to publish a book for every reader (ages 0-18).

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Rise X: Read More

Publishing books for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers is an immense responsibility. At RISE, we have the power to inspire our readers to become a generation of empowered, confident, self-loving, empathetic, and resilient people… all through the power of exposure. Every book we publish serves to help children feel smart, capable, important, safe, and loved.

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Philomel Awards

Whatever the genre, Philomel strives to foster a love of reading in children and young adults. It is an appreciation of story, of language, of books that can be read over and over and yet lose none of their magic that drives Philomel to make distinguished, meaningful books year after year.

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Philomel Books

Whatever the genre, Philomel strives to foster a love of reading in children and young adults. It is an appreciation of story, of language, of books that can be read over and over and yet lose none of their magic that drives Philomel to make distinguished, meaningful books year after year.

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Nancy Paulsen Books

Nancy Paulsen Books launched its first hardcover list in Fall 2011. The imprint publishes fifteen books a year and focuses on eye-opening, often funny picture books and fiction from diverse and distinct voices, especially stories that are inventive and emotionally satisfying. These are the kinds of books that are adopted by book clubs and that appear on state lists, generated by the votes of children.

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Kokila

Kokila (pronounced KO-ki-la) brings together an inclusive community of authors and illustrators, publishing professionals, and readers to examine and celebrate stories that reflect the richness of our world.

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Frederick Warne Books

During the second half of the nineteenth century, Warne’s firm built a reputation based upon its children’s list, publishing illustrated books by such well-known authors and artists as Edward Lea, Kate Greenaway, and Walter Crane. Toward the end of the century, Frederick Warne retired and handed the management of the business over to his three sons, Harold, Fruing, and Norman.

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Dutton Children’s Books

One of the oldest continually operating children’s book publishers in the United States, Dutton Children’s Books has existed for over 160 years with a mission of creating high-quality books that engage and transport young readers.

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Dial Books for Young Readers

Heartwarming beauties, lively humor, conversation starters, much-needed mirrors: classics in the making. Dial publishes books for two through teen that aim to entertain, enrich, and encourage our readers.

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