Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “H”

 

Hachai Publishing (Religious) Submission guidelines – “Children’s books for the very young (2-4) and slightly older children (3-6) are our specialty with stories that convey the traditional Jewish experience in modern times or long ago, positive character traits, biographies, history and historical fiction.”

Hachette Book Group Submission Guidelines – “The mission of Hachette Book Group USA is: To publish great books well.”

Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc Submission guidelines – “Quality metaphysical fiction and non-fiction that would make a difference in people’s lives; Books that could help change the world and the people in it.”

Handprint Books (Religious) Submission guidelines – “Handprint’s mission is simple: to publish good books.”

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

Harcourt Religion Publishers – “Serving the whole Catholic community.”

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

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

HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks – “Respected worldwide for its tradition of publishing quality books for children.”

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

Harper Teen – “Great books for real teens, with characters, settings, and stories relevant to their own lives, minds, and spirits. Spanning the spectrum from classic themes to the cutting edge.”

Harper Trophy Paperbacks – “Premier paperback imprint for children offering the very best of the old and the new.”

HCI Teens – “Delivers the facts and fiction teens are asking for. HCI’s commitment to teens is firm, upfront and to the point: Give teens what they want, what they need, and most important give teens a variety of quality content from which they can learn, grow and enjoy all life has to offer now and in the future.”

Health Press Submission Guidelines – “Award-winning line of books for children and adults on a wide variety of medical conditions to meet the need for easy access to responsible, accurate patient education materials.”

Henry Holt Submission guidelines – “Publishes a wide variety of books for children of all ages, including picture books, fiction, and nonfiction.”

Heuer Publishing Company (Educational Publisher) Submission guidelines – “Specializes in plays and musicals for educational and community theatres with an eagerness to give young performers an opportunity to creatively express themselves through drama.”

Highsmith Press Submission guidelines – “Our primary interests are resources that aid media specialists, librarians and teachers to develop and stimulate reading interests, and facilitate library and information-seeking skills among youth (preschool through high school).”

Hohm Press Submission Guidelines – “A venue for pioneering authors whose work promotes intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual integrity. Publishes books in the areas of transpersonal psychology and religious studies, herbistry, alternative health methods and nutrition.”

Holiday House Submission guidelines – “Specialize in quality hardcovers from the picture book level to young adult, both fiction and non-fiction.”

Holt, Rinehart and Winston (educational) Submission guidelines – Division of Harcourt Trade Publishers – “Leader in secondary educational publishing helping teachers teach and students learn by providing a wide range of instructional materials that include curriculum-based textbooks, CD-ROMs, videodiscs, and other support and reference materials.”

Houghton Mifflin Co. Submission guidelines – Some of the best-loved characters in children’s literature encouraging kids to “curl up with a good book.”

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