Holiday House / Pixel+Ink
Holiday House has been a proud publisher of quality children’s books that entertain, enlighten, and educate since 1935. Our long history of award-winning books continues today with the addition of the Neal Porter Books and Margaret Ferguson Books imprints. We are also pleased to introduce and represent our sister company Pixel+Ink, a new publishing company devoted exclusively to series for children’s ages 3–13. Each of their properties are full of heart and humor.
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Browse some of our fall favorites!
Dive into our new fall books by award-winners and debut authors alike. There’s something for every type of customer! Make sure to request ARCs of these and many other new and upcoming books below.
HOLIDAY HOUSE FALL 2020 REGIONAL TRADE SHOW +3% RETAIL STOCK OFFER
Eligible Accounts: Retail Customers (returnable & non-returnable). No RDCs are eligible. This offer is for US accounts only.
Terms: Additional 3% discount on 1 supporting order
Order window: 9/21/20 – 10/24/20
Number of orders: 1 order per ship-to with a maximum of 15 ship-to locations
Minimum order quantity: Minimum order of 20 units per ship-to
Eligible titles: All Holiday House and Pixel+Ink In Print (IP) titles are eligible.
Promo Code = RHP078
Reason code = E35
May not be combined with any other PRH promotional offer.
Accounts must be in good credit standing to participate in this offer.
Penguin Random House may change terms of sale at any time.
Availability subject to change.
Behind-the-scenes of ‘I Talk Like a River’ with Jordan Scott and Sydney Smith
Poet Jordan Scott & illustrator Sydney Smith give you a peek into the making of their new masterpiece ‘I Talk Like a River.’ We’re so pleased to add an uplifting and loving picture book to the current conversation about people who stutter.
We’d love to send you a L-card & posters for ‘I Talk Like a River’! Contact your PRH Rep to order.
5 Starred Reviews!
★ “An astounding articulation of both what it feels like to be different and how to make peace with it.”—Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review