Wide-Eyed Editions

Wide Eyed Editions creates original non-fiction for children and families and believes that books should encourage curiosity about the world we live in, inspiring readers to set out on their own journey of discovery. 
The imprint's stellar cast of illustrators and authors will bring a new sense of wonder to classic themes in simple, quality formats that look and feel like beautiful objects. Wide Eyed books focus on key interests in the arts, natural history and armchair travel. The imprint was started in 2014.

Contact details

Contact Info

 

Wide Eyed Editions
142 West 36th Street
Fourth Floor
New York, NY 10018
USA
Tel: +1 212 779 1809
Fax: +1 212 779 6058

74-77 White Lion Street
London N1 9PF
UK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7284 9300
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7485 0490

Publishing:
Rachel Williams, Publisher
Jenny Broom, Editorial Director
Marketing:
Diane Naughton, U.S. Marketing
     diane.naughton@quarto.com
Ellen John, U.K. Marketing
     ellen.john@quarto.com
Foreign Rights:
If you are interested in publishing our titles in Europe, please contact:
     Karine Marko
     Group Rights Director
     karine.marko@quarto.com
If you are interested in publishing our titles anywhere else in the world, please contact:
     Kate Essam
     Senior Manager, Quarto Foreign Rights Operations
     kate.essam@quarto.com



Become a Wide Eyed Editions Author
Wide Eyed Editions publishes original non-fiction for children and families. See our submission guidelines. If you feel your proposal is suitable for our list, we would love to see it.

Latest news

February 15, 2017
The list comprises 70 must-have reads for children aged 4-11, with something to suit every young reader. Many of the books in the collection are new titles which will be published this summer, and will be displayed in libraries during the Challenge. The Challenge aims to get children to do more during the summer holidays and challenges them to read as many as they can from the list.
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February 3, 2017
Congratulations to Wide Eyed Editions in wining Children’s Travel Book of The Year at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards with Atlas of Animal Adventures. The book was up against though competition including others from Frances Lincoln Children’s Books: A Year Full of Stories and A Walk on the Wild Side, but beat them to be voted most for by the general public for “For inspiring a love of travel, exploration and adventure”. The Prize was sponsored by National Book tokens.
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January 24, 2017
Amelia Earhart and Mabrook! A World of Muslim Weddings, both from Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, and The Hello Atlas from Wide Eyed Editions have been selected as part of the Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People 2017 in the US. This annual cooperative project of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and the Children’s Book Council aims to gather “an annual reading list of exceptional books for use in social studies classrooms, selected by social studies educators.”
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