Education Publishers


Abdo Publishing (www.abdopub.com12educational publisher of books and digital resources including color photos and captions, primary source materials, and more.  With over 100 employees, ABDO publishes around 600 titles per year through their imprint Core Library which are distributed through a mix of sales representatives, wholesalers, direct mail, and the Internet

American Association of Publishers (www.publishers.orgis the 200,000 member trade association for the U.S. book publishers, providing advocacy and communications on behalf of the industry

Baker & Taylor Publishing Group (www.advpubgrp.comhave been publishing books for more than 20 years with more than 500 titles under three  imprints: Silver Dolphin Books, Thunder Bay Press and Portable Press. Silver Dolphin Books is the juvenile imprint which publishes novelty and educational nonfiction books with bold, colorful and striking titles that appeal to children and parents alike. With how-to activity books for preschoolers to preteens, Silver Dolphin engages, enlightens and entertains. Their books are sold throughout the United States and around the world and they are launching a revamped site devoted to the CCSS with publishers’ resource teaching guides, reading group guides, and lists based on appendixes, among other resources

Capstone Publishing ( ranks number one among students preK through high school, librarians and teachers. Whether recognizing colors and shapes through pictures, learning history through interactive chapter books or encountering mystery and adventure through safe graphic novels, kids (and educators) choose Capstone because they connect. Imprints include Capstone Press, Capstone Point Books, Picture Window Books, Stone arch Books. Capstone has over 100 sales reps in the field everyday.

Clarion Publishing ( is a UK-based publisher, specialising in speculative fiction with the imprint; Monico – Specualtive Fiction. Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror, and all cross-genre works; Figure 1 Press – Everyday non-fiction; and Archon Books – Academic/Academia-level non-fiction

E-Line Media (www.elinemedia.comis a publisher of game-based learning products and services

Enslow Publishers (www.enslow.compublish high-quality educational fiction and nonfiction books for children and young adults in grades Pre-K, and K-12 as they take a different approach to CCSS guidance by using a visual way of showing how their books fit the Common Core and their sophisticated website uses “green checks where the anchor standards are shown scaled to national standards

Follett (www.follett.comFollett’s support encompasses CCSS text exemplars, curriculum maps, and more

Hachette Book Group ( In one year, HBG publishes approximately 800+ adult books (including 50-100 digital-only titles), 200+ books for young readers, and 300 audio book titles (including both physical and downloadable-only titles). In addition to selling and distributing its own imprints, HBG provides a wide range of custom services to third party publishers, such as distribution, fulfillment, digital and sales services

HarperCollins Children’s Books (www.harpercollinschildrens.comHarperCollins Children’s Books is one of the leading publishers of children’s books and is home to many of the classics of children’s literature, including “Where the Wild Things Are” and “Charlotte’s Web.” The I Can Read beginning reader series and countless award-winning titles

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ( is a U.S. educational and trade publisher that publishes textbooks, instructional technology materials, assessments, reference works, and fiction and non-fiction for both young readers and adults

Ingram Content Group (www.ingramcontent.comprovides content and services for the classroom and libraries through their Tennessee Book Company for Tennessee schools for 77 years and provides K-12 support to hundreds of schools throughout the U.S., including the nation’s #1 and #5 districts with education publishers are using CoreSource and MyiLibrary to make their e-content available globally, and VitalSource Bookshelf--the most used and preferred e-textbook platform in higher ed with more than 2 million registered users on 6,000 campuses worldwide–is Ingram’s fastest-growing business

Lerner Publishing Group ( is an educational childre s book and electronic content publisher offering nonfiction, fiction and provides CCSS research and writing tools through its Common Core Connections site and Common Core Libraries series, along with detailed information on text complexity

Mackin Educational Resources (www.mackin.comhas for more than 30 years provided library and classroom materials for grades PK-12 in working with over 18,000+ publishers and a database of more than 3 million printed titles and close to 200,000 eBook titles, they supply print books, ebooks, online educational databases, audiobooks, video resources, eResource management, custom collection analysis services and professional development services

Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group ( categories/Childrens/Guides/Guides) Macmillan Publishers is a distinctive group of publishing companies which print fiction, nonfiction and inspired and much-loved children’s books

McGraw-Hill Education (www.mheducation.compartners around the world with students, educators, administrators and other professionals to deliver research-based content with the best emerging digital technologies to guide assessment, teaching and learning.  McGraw-Hill Education employs more than 6,000 people in 44 countries and publishes in more than 60 languages

National Geographic Publishing (  National Geographic Learning is a partnership between the National Geographic Society and Cengage Learning, a leading educational publisher of school, higher education, English Language Teaching, library and reference materials

Pearson Instructional Resources (www.pearsonschool.comoffers complete and cohesive support to help you implement the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Professional development opportunities, aligned content, assessment, and school services are available to familiarize you with the standards and help you learn about key requirements. Pearson promises to be with you throughout the transition period—and beyond

Penguin Group ( features deep Common Core offerings at, while Penguin Young Readers also offers CCSS materials

Rebecca Hinson Publishing (www.rebeccahinsonpublishing.comspecializes in multicultural art books for teaching literacy to English Language Learners from Central America and the Caribbean  and publishes largely on visual and art books that are short, high-interest texts that can be read in one class period and are mostly geared toward ELL students

Red River Press ( is an independent online publishing company with a focus on fun learning products for adults and children publishing iPhone apps, websites and eBooks

Rosen Publishing ( Products like Rosen Classroom’s InfoMax Common Core Readers, Rosen Interactive eBooks, and Digital Literacy database support comparative text analysis and other standards

Rourke Publishing Group ( has been publishing non-fiction children’s books for over twenty years with the editorial mission being to produce publications complying with the national curriculum standards featuring leveled material, photo text matching and strong writing

Routledge Eye on Education ( The Taylor & Francis Group is excited to have “Eye On Education” (a provider of books and other resources for the educational community)  as part of our education publishing program. We thank you for your patience as we migrate over to the Routledge Website. Please check back for more changes and improvements – coming very soon!

Scholastic (www.scholastic.comis a publisher and seller of children’s titles, including books, CDs and DVDs and offers information and resources for parents, teachers, and children

Simon & Schuster ( Common Core site features CCSS teachable titles—such as Brian Floca’s Locomotive—with discussion questions, and many other resources

Smashwords (www.smashwords.comis the world’s largest distributor of indie eBook that makes it fast, free and easy for authors and publishers to distribute eBooks to the world’s largest eBook retailers.  Authors and publishers retain full control over how their works are published, sampled, priced and sold. If an author wants to give it away for free, they have that freedom