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Ripple Grove Press Seeks Picture Book Submissions

Meet Ripple Grove Press, they're a publishing house actively seeking picture book submissions. Check them out and see if they're a good fit for your work. ABOUT RIPPLE GROVE: Ripple Grove Press is a family-owned children’s picture book publishing company started in 2013. "Our mission is to create picture books that come from life experiences, elegant imagination, and the deep down passion in our hearts. We want each Ripple Grove Press book to enlighten a child’s mind with fun and wonder. Ripple Grove Press searches for a powerful 'timeless' feel in each book we publish. Our stories will make you laugh or think or keep you guessing and dreaming. We hope our books find their way to the cozy spot on the floor and are the last ones read at bedtime."

Meet Ripple Grove Press, they're a publishing house actively seeking picture book submissions. Check them out and see if they're a good fit for your work.

(Hear some picture book writing advice form published author/illustrator You Byun.)

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ABOUT RIPPLE GROVE

Ripple Grove Press is a family-owned children’s picture book publishing company started in 2013. "Our mission is to create picture books that come from life experiences, elegant imagination, and the deep down passion in our hearts. We want each Ripple Grove Press book to enlighten a child’s mind with fun and wonder. Ripple Grove Press searches for a powerful 'timeless' feel in each book we publish. Our stories will make you laugh or think or keep you guessing and dreaming. We hope our books find their way to the cozy spot on the floor and are the last ones read at bedtime."

THEY ARE SEEKING

We are looking for picture driven stories for children aged 2-6. Please do not send early readers, middle grade, or YA manuscripts. No religious or holiday themed stories. We want something unique, sweet, funny, touching, offbeat, colorful, charming, different, creative.

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HOW TO SUBMIT

"We accept submissions by mail and email. Please submit a cover letter including a summary of your story, the age range of story, a brief biography of yourself, contact information and, of course, your story. If you would like your materials returned, please include a SASE. Illustrators: When submitting artwork DO NOT send original art. Send samples with a brief biography of yourself with contact information. Samples will not be returned."

Writer/Illustrators: Follow both guidelines. Send submissions to:

Ripple Grove Press, Attn: Submissions
PO Box 491, Hubbardston, MA 01452

Send PDFs to submit@ripplegrovepress.com.

Please allow 3 months to review your submission.

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