Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “C”

 

Candlewick 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.

Candy 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 books.

Capstone 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)
Author Fiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)
Author Nonfiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)
Illustrator Submission Guidelines (PDF)

Cartwheel Books: Submission guidelines – (An imprint of Scholastic)

Cavendish Children’s Books: – publishes outstanding picture books, fiction and nonfiction.

Charlesbridge: 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.

Chronicle Books Submission guidelines: – Children’s books that inspire, educate, delight, comfort, and spark in children of all ages a love for books and reading.

Clarion 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 and equality.”

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 children’s books.”

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”

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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