Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “F”


Facts on File (Educational Publisher) Submission guidelines – “Comprehensive, authoritative and easy-to-use reference materials in the sciences, social sciences, history, language and literature, and arts and entertainment.”

Fact Finders Submission Guidelines – Basic facts and information for school projects for grades 2-5 (Imprint of Capstone Press)

Farrar, Straus and Giroux For Young Readers – “Renowned for its international list of literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children’s books.”

Feiwel & Friends – – See St. Martin’s (Imprint of St. Martin’s Press)

Festival – “Books, novelties, and merchandise for the very young–children from 0-6.”

David Fickling Books Submission guidelines – A Division of Random House – “Publishers of quality literature for pre-school children through young adult readers in all formats from board books to picture books to novels.”

Firebird Submission guidelines – Imprint of Penguin Putnam Inc. – “Paperback science fiction and fantasy specifically designed to appeal to both teenagers and adults.”

First Facts: Titles supplementing classroom studies for grades K-3 (Imprint of Capstone Press)

Flashlight Press Submission guidelines -“Stories should have universal themes and deal with family or social situations.”

Scott Foresman – Addison Wesley – Resources for teaching and learning in English and Spanish.

Focus on the Family (Religious) – “Primary reason for existence is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ through a practical outreach to homes.”

Forward Movement Publications (Religious, Episcopal) – “Pamphlets, booklets, and books to encourage and nourish people as they grow in their lives of prayer and faith.”

Francis Foster Books – Division of Farrar, Straus and Giroux – “Renowned for its international list of literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children’s books.”

Frederick Warne Submission guidelines – “Classic book-based children’s character brands.”

Free Spirit Publishing Submission guidelines – Publishes high-quality nonfiction books for children and teens to provide them with the tools they need to succeed in life and to make a difference in the world.

Friends United Press (Religious, Quaker) Submission guidelines – “Quaker history, biography, theology, spirituality, and inspirational titles.”

Front Street Books Submissions Guidelines – “Picture books reflect the joy, spontaneity, and energy of infants and toddlers. Middle-grade chapter books address the various settings and activities of school-age children. Young adult fiction often deals with children in crisis, children at risk, and offers hope and succor, however difficult the subject.”

Fulcrum Kids Submission guidelines – “Publishes books and support material for teachers, librarians, school administrators, parents and children to assist in the education of elementary to senior high school children.

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