Helping Kids Soar: Spotlight on Imagine and Wonder (Publishers Weekly)

Originally appeared on Publishers Weekly March 26, 2021 Imagine and Wonder, a New York publisher and distributor specializing in books on education, health, conservation, and social issues, is broadening its offerings through four new children’s book imprints: Bish Bash Books, Sir Rhymesalot, Eurolina, and Peter Pan Press. Titles across the imprints include classic storybooks, science books, sticker books, and books …

Sir Rhymesalot, I Lost My Brave

Proprietary Rhyming System

Leading Imagine and Wonder children’s storybook author, Dr. Simon Mills (Sir Rhymesalot) has developed a visual device to aid in the reading of rhyming-verse. The lighter words that precede the sentence come before the meter begins. The darker color signifies where the emphasis should land in the flow of the rhyme. The darker text begins on beat one. The paired …

PW’s 2020 Person of the Year: The Book Business Worker

We salute members of the industry’s workforce, who faced unprecedented challenges in 2020—both in keeping the gears turning and in pushing for change. By John Maher, Andrew Albanese, Alex Green, Jim Milliot, and Karintha Parker | Dec 18, 2020 At 8 p.m. on March 22, the capital of the American book publishing business all but shut down. Two days earlier, Gov. …

Imagine & Wonder Takes Flight Next Spring

By Sally Lodge | Publishers Weekly | Nov 12, 2020 “Expanding Minds” is the tag line selected by Imagine & Wonder, a boutique New York publisher set to release its debut books in February 2021. At its helm is president Steven Wilson, whose book and magazine publishing career spans multiple companies, including Gakken Publishing, the Quarto Group’s Book Sales, Inc., …