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32 Top Book Publisher in New Hampshire (Part 3)



24.Heinemann Publishing

For over forty years Heinemann has been a publisher of professional resources and a provider of educational services for teachers, kindergarten through college. We strive to give voice to those who share our respect for the professionalism and compassion of teachers and who support teachers’ efforts to help children become literate, empathetic, knowledgeable citizens. Our authors are exemplary educators eager to support the practice of other teachers through books, videos, workshops, online courses, and most recently through explicit teaching materials. Our commitment to our work and customers’ enthusiastic response to our offerings has made us the leading publisher in this area.

Address: 361 Hanover St, Portsmouth, NH 03801, United States


25.Flyleaf Publishing

During my teaching years, I felt strongly about the importance of systematic phonics instruction, but I was dissatisfied with the decodable books that were available. The only decodable I could find were low quality and contained controlled texts that lacked meaning and comprehensibility. I wanted decodable books that would enable students to successfully apply phonics skills while enjoying meaningful reading experiences. If I was going to introduce children to the important world of reading and books, I wanted to motivate them with beautiful literature that they could read independently. I wanted "real" books with decodable texts. I founded Flyleaf Publishing in 1998 with a mission to create fine-art illustrated, authentic, and engaging decodable literature to help students and teachers bridge the gap between phonetic decoding and fluent independent reading.

Address: 400 Bedford St, Manchester, NH 03101, United States


26.Donald M Grant Publisher Inc

DONALD M. GRANT PUBLISHER, INC. has been producing specialty books in the fantasy genre for over 45 years. Over that period the company has published substantially more than 100 quality titles, placing an emphasis on time-honored book design and an abundance of full color and black and white illustrations. Indeed, the company’s forte is the production of fine editions designed for the book collector and for the book lover. A particular concern is always given in the use of quality bindings, paper, typography, and reproduction of artworks. Many of the Grant imprint books are illustrated in full and striking colors. Donald M. Grant, Publisher will continue to bring you fine quality books in the future. Many exciting projects are currently being discussed or are already underway.


Address: 19 Surrey Ln, Hampton Falls, NH 03844, United States


27.Stenhouse Publishers

Stenhouse provides quality professional learning resources by teachers, for teachers. Our goal is to offer PreK–12 educators a set of proven strategies from which they can choose and adapt to their students’ needs and their school culture. All of Stenhouse’s resources, ranging from literacy and math instruction to classroom practice, are grounded in a philosophy of education that respects both teacher and learner. They are designed to integrate theory, research, and practice in an accessible manner, enhancing educators’ professional knowledge and building their students’ skills as readers, writers, and thinkers. Stenhouse is a subsidiary of Highlights for Children. Stenhouse Publishers started in 1993 with two employees in a one-room attic walk-up in York, Maine. That fall we published 6 titles.


Address: 282 Corporate Dr #1, Portsmouth, NH 03801, United States


28.Sheafe Street Books

The bookshop is an online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores. We believe that bookstores are essential to a healthy culture. They’re where authors can connect with readers, where we discover new writers, where children get hooked on the thrill of reading that can last a lifetime. They’re also anchors for our downtowns and communities. As more and more people buy their books online, we wanted to create an easy, convenient way for you to get your books and support bookstores at the same time. If you want to find a specific local bookstore to support, find them on our map and they’ll receive the full profit of your order.


Address: 29 Sheafe St, Portsmouth, NH 03801, United States


29.Smith & Kraus Publishers Inc

Smith and Kraus Publishers, founded in 1990 by Marisa Smith and Eric Kraus, is the premier U. S. publisher of contemporary trade theater books. Currently, S&K boasts over 700 titles in print and many hundreds of e-books available on all major ebook platforms.

S&K is the most trusted source for books about theater—from collections of monologues and scenes for use in class or at auditions, to contemporary and classic play collections, to acting technique and career resource titles. In addition, we have a substantial list of books for children and teachers. Smith and Kraus have also created the Productions In Print (PIP) Series, a project whose purpose is to make every theater lobby into a mini bookstore and sell the current play on stage to the audience as they leave or arrive at the theater.


Address: 177 Lyme Rd, Hanover, NH 03755, United States


30.Iron and Air

We're motivated like most who can't get enough of these machines in our lives: to roll out of bed, risk, and chase the life we're looking for. Motorcycles have a way of moving us towards that. While the machine is the thread that connects us, it’s the places it takes us that often create the greater stories of our lives. We seek to tell those stories in a timeless publication that had been missing from our own coffee tables: a quarterly, heavy-stock, 114-page storyteller capturing the chase. You might be accustomed to what a motorcycle-based publication should look like and sound like. At first, you'll likely be confused....and then hopefully delighted, enjoying this rag kicking around your world as much as we do.


Address: 175 Canal St, Manchester, NH 03101, United States


31.Great Life Press

The founder of Great Life Press, award-winning book designer Grace Peirce, has over 30 years of experience in the print and publishing world. She has worked for small newspapers, commercial book printers, book production companies and small publishers. In 2000, Grace left her position as a publications coordinator at the University of New Hampshire continuing education, to continue a career as a freelance award-winning book designer, designing more books for numerous production houses and publishers. Some of her previous book design work is currently available to view at nhmuse.com. In 1994, Grace began designing Web sites for the University of New Hampshire and was soon designing Web sites for a number of diverse companies, artists, and individuals.


Address: 191 Parsons Rd, Rye, NH 03870, United States


32.Sophia Institute Press

Currently, there are students from all over the world enrolled in the Sophia Institute online courses. Local facilitated groups offering the Foundation Studies Program are being held in several locations in the US. The Sophia Institute publications are available via this website to a worldwide audience and are also available via bookstores or online. The Sophia Institute newsletter and blog are being distributed and read all over the world providing insights and information concerning the work of Anthroposophical Initiatives, the Waldorf/Steiner School Movement, Biodynamics, Anthroposophical Medicine and the Camphill Movement.


Address: 18 Celina Ave, Nashua, NH 03063, United States


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