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.

Shopping

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.

Submissions

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

  • Blog

    Tiny Tree is Attending the First Annual Ormsgill Book Festival!

    by Anthony on November 9, 2017

    We’re very excited to announce that, on November 30th, Tiny Tree Children’s Books will be attending the first annual Ormsgill Book Festival. We are honored to have been invited by the organisers and, alongside authors Nicola Hulme and Russ…

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  • Interview

    Author Q&A: Kaley Owen (The Animal Alphabet series)

    by Anthony on October 25, 2017

    “I have always been a massive kid!” Kaley Owen is the author of Amos the Anteater, Benny the Beaver and Cleo the Camel. Collectively, the three books make up the beginning of the Animal Alphabet series. Released on October 5th – you can ord…

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  • Blog

    How Henry David Thoreau Inspired A Children’s Book – Ilias’ Mountain

    by Anthony on October 24, 2017

    “It is not what you look at that matters, but what you see” is a quote that forms the basis for Lilian Kars’ latest children’s story, Ilias’ Mountain. A tale of perseverance and perspective, the story of this very “ordinary” boy is one that…

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  • Interview

    Author Q&A: Brenda Burling Reflects On Might Make You Smile

    by Anthony on September 28, 2017

    Brenda Burling released Might Make You Smile in April, but the journey of putting the book together was a much longer, more physically and emotionally exhausting, one. Collecting stories from people across the UK who had suffered from cance…

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