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Harcourt Trade Publishers has been producing high quality, award-winning books and related products for readers of all ages for more than eighty-five years. Our books and related products are available through booksellers, libraries, gift and specialty stores, catalogs, and educational outlets.

Under the Harcourt and Harvest Paperback names, we publish fine fiction and literature, nonfiction, poetry, and belles-lettres from authors the world over. Our publishing program is synonymous with such classic writers and thinkers as Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Virginia Woolf, Carl Sandburg (see more).

In recent years, we have also had the distinction of presenting the talents of William F. Buckley, Jr., Italo Calvino, Oz Clarke, Antonio Damasio, Margaret Drabble, Emma Donoghue, Umberto Eco, Michel Faber, Edward Gorey, Mark Helprin, Haynes Johnson, Roger Kahn, Ursula K. LeGuin, Yann Martel, Andrew Miller, Audrey Niffenegger, Amos Oz, Arturo Perez-Reverte, Anita Shreve, Charles Simic, Andrew Tobias, Richard Wilbur, and many other noteworthy authors.

Harcourt Children's Books

Harcourt Children's Books, a division of Harcourt Trade Publishers, engages fine writers and illustrators with a commitment to children's literature. We publish quality picture books, contemporary and historical fiction for teen readers, board and novelty books, gift items, and nonfiction for children of all ages.

The original publisher of such classics as The Little Prince, Mary Poppins, The Borrowers, Half Magic, Ginger Pye, and The Moffats, Harcourt Children's Books proudly continues our literary tradition by publishing many, diverse talents, including Janell Cannon, Mem Fox, Janet Stevens (see more).

Contact Information

    Company Headquarters
      222 Berkeley Street
      Boston, MA 02116
      Phone: 617-351-5003


The imprints under Harcourt Children's Books include:
  • Gulliver Books
  • Silver Whistle
  • Red Wagon Books
  • Harcourt Young Classics
  • Green Light Readers
  • Voyager Books/Libros Viajeros
  • Harcourt Paperbacks
  • Odyssey Classics
  • Magic Carpet Books
    New York City Office
      215 Park Avenue South
      New York, NY 10003
      Phone: 212-420-5800

    Customer Service
      Phone: 800-543-1918
                (8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST, Monday - Friday)
      Fax: 800-235-0256
      Mail: Harcourt Trade Publishers
             Attn: Customer Service
             6277 Sea Harbor Drive
             Orlando, FL 32887

    How to Publish with Harcourt Trade Publishers

    Publicity/Media Contacts
      Harcourt Hardcovers and Harvest Paperbacks
      Attention: Publicity
      Harcourt Trade Publishers
      215 Park Avenue South
      New York, NY 10003
      Phone: 212-420-5800
      E-mail: tradepublicity@harcourt.com

      Harcourt Children's Books:
      Barbara Fisch, Associate Director of Publicity
      Sarah Shealy, Associate Director of Publicity
      525 B Street, Suite 1900
      San Diego, CA 92101
      Phone: 619-699-6851
      E-mail: bfisch@harcourt.com, sshealy@harcourt.com




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