Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “G”

 

G.P. Putnam’s Sons Submission guidelines – “Lively, accessible picture books and some of today’s strongest voices in fiction.”

Laura Geringer Books – “Award-winning, best-selling, and innovative authors and artists who “push the envelope” and set new standards of excellence.”

Gibbs Smith Publisher – We do have guidelines for manuscript submission available. Please e-mail us at info@gibbs-smith.com to request a copy. – “Think smart. Think stylish. Think sophisticated.”

Gifted Education Press (Educational Publisher) – “Books and periodicals on educating gifted students, materials for teachers, parents and gifted students.”

Golden Books Submission Guidelines – A division of Random House – “Committed to publishing the best literature by writers both in the United States and abroad”, publishes both fiction and non-fiction.”

Good Year Books (Educational Publisher) Division of Pearson Education – “Produces the acclaimed Let Me Read books, a beginning reading series geared to preschoolers.”

Great Source Education Group, Inc. (Educational Publisher) Submission Guidelines (Look under “About Great Source” main menu option) – A division of Houghton Mifflin – “Supplementary materials for students from kindergarten to grade 12 and their teachers.”

Green Light Readers Submission guidelines – Division of Harcourt Trade Publishers – “Publishes distinguished fiction and nonfiction books for readers of all ages.”

The Greenwich Workshop Press – “One of the largest original art collections in the global art market, and represent many of the best and most popular artists.”

Greenwillow Books – An Imprint of HarperChildrens – “At the heart of each book there is honesty, emotion and depth–conveyed by an author or an artist who has something that is worth saying to children and who says it in a way that is worth reading.”

Grolier Publishing – A Division of Scholastic Library Publishing – The best print reference and non-fiction for grades K-12.

Grosset & Dunlap Submission guidelines – A Division of Penguin Group – Has a commitment to children and reading, and continues to publish books with high interest and affordable pricing to entice even the most reluctant reader.

Group Publishing Inc. (Religious) Submission Guidelines – “We equip churches to help children, youth and adults grow in their relationship with Jesus.”

Group’s Faithweaver Bible Curriculum (Religious) Submission Guidelines – “We equip churches to help children, youth and adults grow in their relationship with Jesus.”

Gryphon House Submission guidelines – “Our goal is to publish books that help teachers and parents enrich the lives of children from birth through age eight.”

Gulliver Books Submission guidelines – An Imprint of Harcourt Books – “Dedicated to publishing quality board books and novelty items, illustrated picture books, easy readers, and novels for children of all ages.”

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