Childrens Book Publishers beginning with “S”

 

St.Anthony Messenger Press Submission guidelines (Religious, Catholic) – “Publishers of popular, inspirational and educational Roman Catholic spirituality resources.”

St.Martin’s Press – “Best known for the strength and breadth of our list, we publish 700 titles a year .. the largest and broadest list of any U.S. publisher, expressing the widest possible range of human experience.”

Sandpiper Paperbacks (an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Co.) Submission guidelines – “Publishes more than one hundred titles each year, and we are frequently lauded for the depth of our backlist and recognized for encouraging and cultivating new talent.

Sasquatch Books Submission guidelines (scroll down) – “Publisher of books for and from the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and California.”

Scholastic, Inc. Submission guidelines – “Committed to helping teachers by providing a full range of high-quality books. Most are written by educators working in many settings — and especially by teachers. We are eager to be the vehicle teachers seek out to communicate their most exciting projects and activities, specific teaching approaches and strategies, the results of research conducted in their own classrooms, their reflections and ongoing questions.”

Scholastic Press Submission guidelines – “Committed to helping teachers by providing a full range of high-quality books. Most are written by educators working in many settings — and especially by teachers. We are eager to be the vehicle teachers seek out to communicate their most exciting projects and activities, specific teaching approaches and strategies, the results of research conducted in their own classrooms, their reflections and ongoing questions.”

SeaStar Books: Submission Guidelines – “Beautifully crafted picture books and innovative easy-to-read titles.”

Seedling Publications, Inc. Submission guidelines

Sesame Workshop 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.”
Sierra Club Books Submission guidelines – “Seeking nonfiction projects intended for the general reader. We are interested in great nature writing, first-person narratives, and all subjects relating to ecology and the environment.”

Silver Moon Press (Educational Publisher) Submission guidelines – “A publisher of nearly 50 titles in such areas as test preparation, science, multi-culture, and biographies. Our biggest and most exciting area of study, however, is historical fiction that shows the diversity and strength of American culture.”

Silver Whistle (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.”

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Submission guidelines – Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Imprint – “Dedicated to providing the best in fiction and nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic and multimedia formats.”

Simon Pulse Submission guidelines – Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Imprint – “Dedicated to providing the best in fiction and nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic and multimedia formats.”

Simon Spotlight® Submission guidelines – Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Imprint – “Dedicated to providing the best in fiction and nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic and multimedia formats.”

Social Studies Grades 3-9: In-depth social studies books for grades 3-9 (Imprint of Capstone Press)

Soundprints – “The best in entertaining, top-quality, wildlife, natural science, and social science storybooks for children.”

Spanish/Bilingual: Low level Spanish and bilingual books for grades K-5 (Imprint of Capstone Press)

Square Fish – See St. Martin’s (Imprint of St. Martin’s Press)

Starscape/Tor Teen – See St. Martin’s (Imprint of St. Martin’s Press)

Stemmer House Publishers, Inc.

Steck-Vaughn Company (Division of Harcourt Education) – “Produces a comprehensive range of educational materials used in preschools, K–12 classrooms, homes, libraries, workplace learning centers, GED classes, adult literacy programs, basic adult education courses, and ESL programs.”

Price Stern Sloan (Division of Penguin Group) Submission guidelines – “Publishes in a wide variety of publishing categories, especially children’s books, novelty formats, and humor as well as titles that fall into the preschool children’s mass merchandise categories.”

Sunburst Paperbacks – Division of Farrar, Straus and Giroux publishing paperbacks – “Renowned for its international list of literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children’s books.

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