Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “R”

 

Raintree/Steck-Vaughn Publishers (Division of Harcourt – Educational Publisher) – “Learning that changes lives.”

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

Rayo – “Books that embody the diversity within the Latino community, in both English- and Spanish- language editions, connecting culture with thought, invigorating tradition with spirit.”

Reader’s Digest Children’s Books – “Books to enrich, educate, and entertain children with early childhood books and songs. Our expert children’s editors are dedicated to the education and enrichment of children.”

Red Deer Press Submission guidelines – “An award-winning publisher of literary fiction, nonfiction, children’s illustrated books, juvenile fiction, teen fiction, drama and poetry. We endeavor to choose manuscripts clearly suited to our publishing program.”

Red Wagon Books (Division of Harcourt Books) Submission guidelines – “Dedicated to publishing general interest books in a variety of areas and genres, including fiction, literature, poetry, history, current events, sociology, science, autobiography, and language for adult readers, and quality board books and novelty items, illustrated picture books, easy readers, and novels for children of all ages.”

Roaring Brook Press –
Author Fiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)
Author Nonfiction Submission Guidelines (PDF)
Illustrator Submission Guidelines (PDF) – The new fiction and picture book Imprint of Millbrook Press – “Millbrook is a curriculum-oriented children’s book publisher with a concentration on quality non-fiction for the school and library market.”

Ronsdale Press Submission guidelines – “Ronsdale is a literary publisher, which means that it scouts for thoughtful work that extends the way we perceive the world. We also look for writing that shows the author has read widely in contemporary and earlier literature. Ronsdale, like other literary presses, is not interested in mass-market or pulp materials.”

Running Press Submission guidelines – Scroll all the way to the bottom – “Specializes in publishing innovative, hands-on, educational products for children from birth through ninth grade. Our industry-leading book-plus products encourage kids to enjoy learning about the world around them.

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