Kar-Ben Publishing was started in 1974 as a part of the Lerner Publishing Group. Books related to a wide variety of topics like folktales, Jewish holidays, Holocaust, Jewish heroes, food and cooking all catered towards kids.
Educational, fiction, and non-fiction materials that promote the Jewish faith, including textbooks and materials that talk about Jewish culture and history. The company has also an interest in creating apps and lessons for children of all ages and grades. The submission guidelines and contact details are listed on the page.
solely dedicated towards publishing children’s books for ages 2-10 that have Jewish themes. It is located in Brooklyn, New York but also has offices in Israel and England.
UK based publisher of Jewish children’s books.
Applesand Honey Press (Behrman House imprint)
Books for children
that depict contemporary, diverse Jewish life and strong Jewish values. Our
specialty is picture books for children (ages 2-8), and we also
publish board books for very young children and chapter books and
graphic novels for older kids. We welcome unsolicited manuscripts and art
Our mission is to help young children and their families explore the diverse mosaic of Jewish culture and history. Our exciting picture books entertain, educate, and inspire engagement with this storied tradition.
A delightful selection of Jewish books for children of every age, filled with imagination, creativity, and quality Torah lessons.
Jewish lit for adults and children, including topics in Torah, Jewish literature, and study . Author guidelines on this page.
Novels, fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. Yotzeret prints books for children aged between 5-14 years. They are currently not accepting any manuscripts but you can visit their website for any updates.
Topics such as history, translations, classics, board books, picture books, self-help, children’s books, novels, young adult, and short stories. Submission guidelines here.
The oldest and non-profit Jewish publisher in the US. Books for readers, scholars, and children. Genres and topics include history, Israel, classics, law, children’s books, youth, ethics, culture, music, Bible, and biography.
Genres such as spirituality, Zionism, Torah, Yiddish, fiction, children’s books, feminism, holidays, Israel, memoirs, and education. Writers and authors can submit their manuscript for consideration here.
They publish spirituality, non-fiction, fiction, children’s books, language, entertainment, history, games, and humor. They are not accepting any submissions currently but you can visit their website for any updates or changes.
Spirituality, children’s books, biography, Israel, women, Jewish thought, Bible, and Jewish law. Submission guidelines here
An imprint of the Random House publishing group. Fiction, non-fiction, children’s books and spirituality. They don’t accept unsolicited submissions.
Hebrew fiction and nonfiction, translations, children’s books, history, Hebrew studies, fiction, literature, Israel, music, Judaism and self-help. Submission guidelines here.
Small and independent publisher of fiction or non-fiction that echoes the Jewish values and beliefs. The categories include spirituality, diet, cooking, children’s books, holidays. They are not accepting any submissions currently.
All their books and authors merge the modern thought on Judaism with the nuanced history and faith of their community. The categories include cooking, children’s books, Judaica and translations. Submission guidelines here.
(Ethel Kaplan Simon) Genres include Bible, Hebrew, children’s books, educational materials, music, and modern Hebrew. Stories for young Jewish people and children. They don’t accept unsolicited submissions but keep an eye on the website for any changes.
THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHERS ARE NOT SPECIFICALLY JEWISH THEMED BUT HAVE MANY JEWISH TITLES:
Viking (only accepts agented submissions)
Candlewick (only accepts agented submissions)