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Com Publisher Karen Boersma Juvenile/young adult fiction and non-fiction. Publishes 6–10 pciture books, 10–15 young readers, 20–30 middle readers and 2–3 young adult titles each year. Recent successes include Suki’s Kimono by Chieri Ugaki, illustrated by Stephane Jorisch (picture book), The Secret of Sagawa Lake by Mary Labatt (early novel), The Kids’ Winter Handbook by Jane Drake and Ann Love, illustrated by Heather Collins (informational activity) and Animals at Work by Etta Kaner, illustrated by Pat Stephens.
Haldane, Kings and Queens by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon and Tennis Shoes by Noel Streatfeild. Seeking to publish more children’s ‘forgotten’ classics. Founded 2000. Submission details Personal recommendations welcome. ie Directors Michael O’Brien, Ide nı´ Laoghaire, Ivan O’Brien For children: fiction for all ages; illustrated fiction series – Solos (age 3+), Pandas (age 5+), Flyers (age 6+) and Red Flag (8+); substantial novels (10+) – contemporary, historical, fantasy; also non-fiction. Also for adults: biography, politics, local history, true crime, sport, humour, reference.
Pufﬁn (division) Managing Director Francesca Dow, Publishing Directors Rebecca McNally (fiction), Sarah Hughes, Mandy Suhr (picture books) Children’s paperback and hardback books: picture books, board books, novelty books, fiction, poetry, non-fiction, popular culture; and audio. Series: Puffin Classics and Puffin Modern Classics. Submission details No unsolicited MSS or synopses. uk Managing Director Sally Floyer, Deputy Managing Director Stephanie Barton Specialises in preschool illustrated developmental books for ages 0–6, non-fiction 0–8; licensed brands; children’s classic publishing and merchandising properties.