Lincoln Children's Books Books that celebrate the richness and diversity of our world today.
Frances Lincoln first began to publish books for children in 1983. Like her adult list, Frances’s first children’s books reflected her keen interest in art and the great outdoors, as well as visual storytelling. Today, FLCB is one of the world’s most respected creators of picture books and gift titles that celebrate cultural diversity, as well as narrative non-fiction. The list is strongly supported by bookshops, libraries and institutions internationally, and we pride ourselves in working with some of the world's most innovative illustrators and storytellers.
Lincoln Children's Books
The Old Brewery, 6 Blundell Street, London N7 9BHUK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7700 6700Fax: +44 (0) 20 7700 8066
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Our Award Winning Books Over the years, several of our titles have won awards. Here are some of those award winners 2014
Become a Frances Lincoln Children's Books Author Frances Lincoln Children’s Books publishes high quality picture books, multicultural books, poetry, picture books and information books. See our submission guidelines. If you feel your proposal is suitable for our list, we would love to see it. Please bear in mind that we receive a large number of unsolicited manuscripts, so our response times may vary and we ask for your patience. Please do not send your only copy of a manuscript or any original artwork. While we do endeavour to take good care of all submissions we cannot take responsibility for their safe-keeping.