Children’s Book Publishing — Now Accepting Submissions

Do you write books that educate, enchant, delight, or thrill kids?

We want to help get your book out to children around the globe. At TCK Publishing, we can publish your children’s book in 90 days or less in ebook, print and audiobook formats.

TCK PUBLISHING SERVICES FOR CHILDREN’S BOOK AUTHORS

TCK Publishing is a full-service independent publisher, and we love publishing children’s books. We can publish your work in eBook, paperback and audiobook formats in 90 days or less (assuming your manuscript is fully edited and ready to go).

If your manuscript needs developmental editing, content editing, copyediting or proofreading, we will let you know.

We will NOT rush publishing projects just to hit a deadline if the book is not ready. We pride ourselves on doing work quickly, but we want to make sure we get the job done right first and foremost.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR CHILDREN’S BOOKS

We are particularly interested in publishing children’s books. You must have at least three books planned or already written to publish with us. This will help us create a brand for your books and generate loyal readers that will continue buying your books.

Each of the books must be well-written, unique and professionally edited.

Below you will find a short list of the children’s book genres we are most interested in publishing.

If you don’t think any of these categories are a good fit your book, you can still submit your manuscript at the bottom of this page and we will let you know if your book might be a good fit for us.

Children’s Literature

Children’s Fantasy

Children’s fantasy books include stories of magic and supernatural powers and the conflict between good and evil. Harry Potter is the most popular children’s fantasy book series ever written.

Young Adult Fiction

This genre is for readers from age 12 to 18. The subject matter of young adult literature is typically consistent with the age and experience of the main character, but this literature spans the spectrum of fiction genres and may include elements of other genres including fantasy, thriller, mystery and adventure.

Class S

This category comprises of girls fiction that tells the story about mutual crush between an upperclassman and a underclassman. Class S is an early 20th century Japanese wasei-eigo term specifically used to refer to strong emotional bonds between schoolgirls.

Light Novel

This is a style of Japanese novel that targets the young adult demographic (aged 15 to early 20s). These are typically 40,000 to 50,000 words long and are rarely more than 100 pages.

Children’s Picture Books

Children’s picture books focus heavily on illustrations and are often light on text. The text is designed to compliment the artwork which does most of the storytelling. These books are often designed for young children.

Children’s Rhythmic Books

This type of children’s book is meant to rhyme of include musical components. Nursery rhymes and lullaby books are also included in this genre. Popular children’s rhyming books include Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss.

Children’s Folklore

Children’s folklore books include myths and folktales designed to educate and entertain children. They often include a moral or life lessons which are imparted to the reader using the storyline. If you are looking to pass on knowledge to future generations while entertaining children, this just might be the children’s book genre for you.

Children’s Fairytales

This genre includes the typical stories of princes fighting to save princesses. They often include magic and concepts of good and evil.

First Books

First books are designed to introduce infants to stories even before they are born. Many public libraries offer programs where caregivers can bring their infants in to read to their unborn or newborn children. Their stories are intended to introduce children to their new world.

Concept Books

Concept books are created to educate children about specific topics and issues, such as getting dressed, tying their shoes or playing nicely with pets.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have any questions about publishing your children’s book with TCK Publishing, feel free to review our Publishing FAQ below.

Publishing FAQ

Now Accepting Children’s Book Submissions

Fill out the Contact form below or send us an email to [email protected] to get in touch with us about getting your children’s books published.

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