Publishing with Ideals

What We Do

Publishing with Ideals

Every author, client or customer we have is a part of our family. As a small family business that has been running for over 20 years we feel very passionately about how we work and who we work with. Our customers, clients and authors come first and we will always do everything we can to ensure that everyone feels like part of the family.

Typesetting and Design

We have been in the publishing business for many years and have a wealth of experience in designing and formatting a wide variety of work. Our prices are very reasonable, so if you just want us to take on a design job just contact us with your details and we will get back to you. We also have a number of designers and illustrators we can contact for specific work.


Come and shop with us. There’s no need to set up an account to purchase from us but we do have the option. We never ask for any bank details as we use PayPal and Stripe to take payment. As we do a lot of business with schools and trade we also have an option to pay via Invoice and BACs if approved.


We are always looking for new pieces of work to sink our teeth in to, and we are constantly expanding our range of titles. If you have a book or resource idea you would like to submit then take a look at our Submissions and Permissions section.

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News & Events From Our Blog

  • Interview

    Author Q&A: Lucy Keeling

    by Anthony on June 16, 2017

    ABQ (6 of 6)

    Lucy Keeling is the author of Robots Don’t Say Please (and Can’t Eat Cheese); the latest release from Tiny Tree Children’s Books. If you follow Lucy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you’ll know quite a bit about her already, but we decid…

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  • Blog

    Meet Barney | Robots Don’t Say Please (and Can’t Eat Cheese)

    by Anthony on May 26, 2017


    Barney is 8 years old and although popular at school and with his neighbours Barney longed for a brother or sister, although he really secretly would have preferred a Robot. When the TK5000s were announced Barney wrote a 5-page report expla…

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  • Blog

    Meet Robot | Robots Don’t Say Please (and Can’t Eat Cheese)

    by Anthony on May 24, 2017


    A series TK5000, the  Model K18 Robot will be your life long friend. Ideal for those families who would like a little extra help around the house, with such tasks as Hamster sitting, ironing your flags, blowing up your arm bands, and colour…

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    ‘Robots Can’t Say Please…’ Delayed Until June 1st 2017

    by Anthony on May 5, 2017


    We’re sorry to announce that, due to unforeseen circumstances, the release of ‘Robots Don’t Say Please (and Can’t Eat Cheese)’ by Lucy Keeling and Kris Smith has been delayed until June 1st, 2017. We know many of you were excited for the re…

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