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The Future of Children's Literature: Picture Book Publishers to Watch

As the publishing industry continues to evolve, it's important to keep an eye on the companies that are pushing the boundaries and leading the way in children's literature. In the world of picture books, there are a number of publishers that are worth watching, as they are shaping the future of the industry in exciting and innovative ways.

One publisher that is worth watching is Tiny Owl Publishing. This independent publisher is based in London and has a mission to promote cultural diversity in children's literature. They have a strong focus on publishing picture books from around the world and they have a reputation for producing beautiful, high-quality books that showcase different cultures and perspectives.

Another publisher that is worth watching is Flying Eye Books. This independent publisher is based in London and has a reputation for producing innovative, visually stunning picture books. They have a strong focus on design and they have a number of programs in place to support new and emerging illustrators.

Another publisher to watch is Scholastic Press, which is a division of Scholastic Inc. Scholastic Press is one of the largest children's book publishers in the world, and they have a reputation for producing high-quality picture books that appeal to a wide range of readers. They are known for their innovative approach to children's literature and they have a number of programs in place to support new and emerging talent.

Finally, small independent publishers are also worth watching as they often have a more personal relationship with their authors, which results in more freedom for new authors and illustrators to develop their unique style and voice.

Overall, these publishers represent some of the most exciting and innovative companies in the picture book publishing industry. They are leading the way in terms of design, diversity and new talent, and it will be interesting to see what they do next in the future of children's literature.

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