• Nilufa Yeasmin

60 Top Book Publishers in Connecticut (Part-6)


51. Edward Elgar Publishing Inc

Edward Elgar Publishing is a leading independent academic and professional publisher with a strong focus on the social sciences and legal fields. We publish 400 book and journal titles annually and have successfully created a prestigious list of over 7,000 titles.


Our Vision: to be the pre-eminent independent academic and professional publisher in law, business and the social sciences


Our Mission: to enrich and support our academic and professional communities through creative commissioning and effective dissemination of high calibre content for a global audience, and by delivering a dynamic, responsive and efficient publishing service to authors, readers and customers.


Our Values: proudly independent; thoughtful publishing; putting authors first; a collaborative, long term approach to business; responsive, efficient and friendly; quality production processes and standards; a globally oriented approach


The company was founded by our current Chairman, Edward Elgar, and remains an independent family business. Edward's original mission was to create a publishing house that attracted high quality books by offering a superior service to authors and we remain focused on treating potential authors and their books with care and attention to detail.

9 Dewey Ct, Northampton, MA 01060, United States


52. Light Publications

Fiercely independent publishing

Bringing new works to light since 1999


Our books and audiobooks have been


Nominated for the Audie Audiobook Award for Best Original Work

Finalist for the National Jewish Book Award for Family Literature

Awarded a Parents’ Choice Gold for Audio Storytelling

Finalist Digital Book Award

Awarded Digital Book World Quality Excellence Design Award

Awarded Mom’s Choice Silver

Awarded Ben Franklin Silver.

1005 Main St, Pawtucket, RI 02860, United States


53. Pfun-omenal Stories LLC

Veterans: Heroes in Our Neign engaging rhyming picture book for readers of all ages that fosters mindfulness of and appreciation for the brave service men and women who are also our family, friends, and neighbors. These are the men and women who bravely served our great country and now humbly serve in our communities.


Valerie Pfundstein enjoys traveling and speaking with students about the importance of remembering our true heroes - the men and women who serve our country and humbly serve our communities. An educator with a Masters Degree in Elementary Education, Valerie has been a teacher, scout leader, and youth organizer. She lives in The Villages, Florida with her husband Paul (a retired FDNY firefighter).


Valerie Pfundstein enjoys traveling and speaking with students about the importance of remembering our true heroes - the men and women who serve our country and humbly serve our communities. An educator with a Masters Degree in Elementary Education, Valerie has been a teacher, scout leader, and youth organizer. She lives in The Villages, Florida with her husband Paul (a retired FDNY firefighter).

195 W 23rd St, Deer Park, NY 11729, United States


54. Pioneer Valley Educational Press

Pioneer Valley Books offers a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction books and other resources for Reading Recovery, primary classroom, and literacy teachers at affordable prices. Our mission is to provide engaging stories and teaching materials that help children to develop strong literacy skills and a love of reading.


Our books are ideal for students from pre-kindergarten through sixth grade, elementary schoolers with special needs, and English Language Learners. Characters, story lines, and themes that appeal to young children have been carefully developed into books that really ‘work.’ Before publication, a dedicated team of classroom, literacy, and Reading Recovery teachers reviews each book. Carefully selected reading vocabulary, easy sentence structure, clear fonts, careful spacing, and attention to line breaks work together to assist in the development of strong reading strategies. Dynamic photographs and appealing illustrations provide the reader with support and extension of the text.

155 Industrial Dr, Northampton, MA 01060, United States


55. Penguin Group USA Inc

The Penguin Publishing Group is the proud publisher of great writers and gifted storytellers, beloved books and eminent works. At Penguin, we believe that literature can fuel the imagination and guide the soul. There’s a book on our shelves for every reader, and we relish the opportunity to publish across every category and interest with the utmost care and enthusiasm.


The Penguin Publishing Group is one of the leading trade book publishers in the United States, comprised of imprints with a long and rich history dating back to the nineteenth century. Penguin Books was originally founded in the UK in 1935 by Allen Lane, who envisioned a collection of quality, attractive books affordable enough to be “bought as easily and casually as a packet of cigarettes.” A United States office opened in 1939, called Penguin Books Ltd. In 1996, the group merged with Putnam Berkley to become Penguin Putnam, Inc., Penguin Group (USA) in 2003, and Penguin Publishing Group in 2014. Today, Penguin Publishing Group is the largest division of Penguin Random House, Inc.

405 Murray Hill Pkwy, East Rutherford, NJ 07073, United States


56. Newmark Learning, LLC

At Newmark Learning, we know that school teachers, parents, and home schoolers have many kinds of learners to support. That's why our number one goal is to bring you tools and strategies that are easy to use, reflect Common Core and state curriculum standards, and are based on research-proven instructional strategies.


Visit our website to browse award-winning teacher resource books, student workbooks, e-books, and interactive cd-roms that target Common Core State Standards, Texas STAAR standards, early childhood development, and parent involvement. Newmark Learning products provide adults and children with a unique combination of researched based, cutting edge instructional strategies channeled into an all-in-one, ready-to-use format.


Our family has developed resources and provided professional development to educators for decades. We know that teachers and parents have one of the most important and challenging jobs, and that's why we are committed to supporting you with the highest-quality resources.

145 Huguenot St, New Rochelle, NY 10801, United States


57. Flat Hammock Press


Flat Hammock Press was founded in 2001 by two maritime professionals with a keen interest in nautical history and the literature of the sea.

Among the missions of the independent book publisher is to salvage many of the maritime classics of the past and introduce them

and the authors to today’s readers.

5 Church St # 2, Mystic, CT 06355, United States


58. Connecticut Law Book Co

The Connecticut Law Book Co. is a publisher of legal materials specializing in Connecticut and Massachusetts law. Our primary publications are The Connecticut Law Reporter and The Massachusetts Law Reporter.


The Connecticut Law Reporter is a weekly publication that provides brief digests of significant judicial opinions from the following courts:


Each weekly issue of The Connecticut Law Reporter contains digests of the opinions from the courts described above, organized by area of practice. For example, attorneys interested in environmental law can locate all recent judicial developments in the above courts by looking each week at the digests collected under the topic "Environmental Law" in the front portion of the Reporter.


Each weekly issue also contains the full text of all the Superior Court opinions digested in the front portion of that issue. Copies of opinions from the other courts can be obtained by fax or mail at a nominal charge by calling the Law Reporter at 203-458-8000. As a practical matter the Supreme and Appellate Court opinions are more readily available, at least to Connecticut attorneys, from the Connecticut Law Journal published by the Judicial Department through its Commission on Legal Publications.

39 Chaffinch Island Rd, Guilford, CT 06437, United States


59. Tughra Books

Mission Statement: Tughra Books is dedicated to producing high-quality publications that contribute to the proliferation of peace and common understanding throughout the world.


Tughra publishes books on Islam as a religion, Islamic history and art, Islamic spirituality and traditions. Based in the US and with offices in Berlin and Cairo, Tughra aims to introduce to the book industry publications with reliable information on this one of the major religions of the world. In doing so, Tughra Books hopes to make a contribution to peaceful co-existence in a globalized world through publications that foster common understanding and mutual respect. Its emphasis is a true image of Islam, as a religion so many people curious about, – Islam as in its authentic sources, the Qur’an and the traditions; Islam in history and today; in the East and in the West; with its contributions to human civilization in science and art, thought; Islam with devotions in the heart with reflections in the mind; Islam practiced by men and women in the mosque, at home, and at work.

335 Clifton Ave, Clifton, NJ 07011, United States


60. Epigraph Publishing Service

Epigraph Publishing Service is a home for books where authors can find solutions to their many publishing needs. Unlike most self-publishing companies, our roots are in traditional publishing, and we grew from there to embrace and master on-demand technologies. (Epigraph is a DBA of Monkfish Book Publishing Company, an award-winning traditional small press founded in 2002, specializing in books that combine literary and spiritual merits.)


When Epigraph was launched in 2006, it instantly became a pioneer in the cross-pollination of traditional and self-publishing techniques. Most of the authors attracted to our “boutique” style of self-publishing service were (and still are) sensitive to traditional publishing standards and did not want their books to look or read as self-published. These authors wanted creative control as well as collaboration with seasoned publishing professionals. Two notable early Epigraph authors were the graphic memoirist Lucy Knisley, whose French Milk was acquired and published by Touchstone (Simon and Schuster) and helped launch her thriving career, and Major Benjamin Tupper, whose Welcome to Afghanistan led to a two-book deal with New American Library (Penguin). Among the most gratifying publications was Some Delights of the Hudson Valley,edited by The New Yorker Magazine cartoonist Danny Shanahan.

22 E Market St #304, Rhinebeck, NY 12572, United States


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