Submit Your Nonfiction Stories

Hello Indies,
Do you have a nonfiction story you're developing, or one that is complete and looking for a home? Just sharing this amazing list of nonfiction children's book publishers with you so you'll have a starting place. The article is called OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS, and it is written by an author called Stephanie Bearce.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE!

Here is a brief sample of the wonderful collection of publishing houses:

Children’s Book Publishers Open for Submissions

Albert Whitman: https://www.albertwhitman.com/submission-guidelines-for-unrepresented-authors/
Allen and Unwin: https://www.allenandunwin.com/about-allen-and-unwin/submission-guidelines
Andrews McMeel: https://publishing.andrewsmcmeel.com/submissions/
Annick Press: https://www.annickpress.com/Submission-Guidelines
Arbordale: https://www.arbordalepublishing.com/Submissions.htm

There is much more where that comes from, so be sure and click the link above to read the entire article. Remember to do your homework. Study submission criteria and respect the submission window. Self-edit, and if at all possible, get as many eyes on your manuscript before you submit it as possible. And after you've done your best... submit! We're cheering for you.

Hello Indies! I am a former special education teacher of over 20 years, and now a full-time children's writer, researcher, and freelance editor. My newest picture book, The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read (Random House) debuted as the No. 1 Picture Book in Women's Biographies and Children's American History. It has since won the 2022 Texas Bluebonnet Award, the 2022 Rhode Island Children's Book Award, the 2021 SCBWI Crystal Kite, the 2022 Comstock Award, and the 2022 Ann Izard Award. It has received STARRED REVIEWS from Kirkus, Booklist, Publisher's Weekly and School Library Journal, and received a great review by The Wall Street Journal. My first picture book, Hammering for Freedom: The William Lewis Story (Lee and Low) debuted on September 24, 2018. It is a School Library Journal selection and received positive Kirkus and Horn Book reviews. I penned African Americans of Chattanooga: A History of Unsung Heroes, and I earned the 2014 SCBWI Letter of Merit for an unpublished multicultural novel. I am the author of several educational books for teens, and I occasionally review books for The New York Journal of Books. Thanks for visiting!

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