Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “L”

 

Wendy Lamb 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.”

Lark Books Submission guidelines – “Considers book proposals about crafts and leisure activities. With rare exceptions, we publish how-to books – ones that tell (and show) our readers how to do something or make something.”

Laurel-Leaf 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.”

Lee & Low Books, Inc. Submission guidelines – “Specializes in multicultural themes. Our goal is to meet the need for books that address children of color by providing fictional stories and informational texts that all children can enjoy and which promote a greater understanding of one another.”

Lerner Publishing Group (Educational) Submission guidelines – “Providing high quality children’s books for K-12 schools and libraries.”  Author Fiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)

Author Nonfiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)

Illustrator Submission Guidelines (PDF)

Let Freedom Ring (Educational) Imprint of Capstone Press – “Leading educational publisher of nonfiction children’s books, serving school and public libraries. Dedicated to building a strong foundation for beginning and struggling readers, as well as ESL students, to achieve reading success.” – “American history’s defining events and people for grades 3-9.”

Arthur A. Levine Books (An imprint of Scholastic Books) Submission guidelines – “Committed to helping teachers by providing a full range of high-quality books.”

Libraries Unlimited Submission Guidelines – “Quality bibliographies and reference books, library science textbooks, information science materials, and practical handbooks, monographs, and manuals for library educators, practicing librarians, and media specialists.”

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

LifeMatters: Imprint of Capstone Press – “Leading educational publisher of nonfiction children’s books, serving school and public libraries. Dedicated to building a strong foundation for beginning and struggling readers, as well as ESL students, to achieve reading success.” – “Crucial life lessons for today’s teens for grades 5-12”

Lightwave Publishing, Inc. (Religious) – “Develops quality products that encourage, assist, and equip parents in building Christian faith in their families….and that are fun too!”

Little, Brown and Company Submission guidelines Division of Time Warner – Engaging, Educating, and Entertaining literature.

Little Brown Books for Young Readers (Submission Guidelines are located on the main publishers website) – “Little, Brown Books for Young Readers features our core list of picture books and hardcover and paperback fiction and nonfiction for middle grade and young adult readers; LB Kids produces novelty and brand/licensed tie-ins.”

Little Simon® Submission guidelines Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Imprint – “General interest publishing, providing consumers worldwide with a diverse range of quality books and multimedia products across a wide variety of genres and formats.”

Lobster Press Submission guidelines – “Committed to helping young people develop a love of reading and working to create valuable resources and classroom tools.”

Loyola Press (Religious, Catholic) Submission Guidelines – “Publishes religion books for the general trade about Catholic spirituality—how to live and pray as a Catholic Christian at the turn of the millennium. Books are practical, focusing on everyday life. Their tone is conversational, not scholarly. They are written for people who live in a fast-paced, bottom-line-driven, technology-focused world—and who long for a welcoming community, deep personal relationships, and time for solitude and reflection.”

Lucas Books Submission guidelines Imprint 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.”

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