For publishers

Another Read provides publishers with a suite of tools to showcase their titles, manage their authors and illustrators and surface relevant and timely content.

Our website and app help our users find new children's titles, all-time classics and discover authors and illustrators.

We make suggestions based on what people they have told us they like, as well as trending topics and events. We not only promote new titles but help surface relevant books from your catalogue at just the right moment.

As soon as your titles are listed on Another Read we can generate profiles for your authors and illustrators and can suggest your titles to our users.

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The benefits to publishers

  • Exposure to an audience with an appetite for children’s books
  • The ability to add your entire catalogue with little effort
  • Tools to help manage your authors and promote your books
  • A free platform for your authors to promote themselves
  • The opportunity to gain consumer insights and drive sales

Get started

Listing your titles, authors and illustrators on Another Read is easy to do and free. Contact us to join Another Read.

Manage your authors and illustrators

We can provide you with access to manage the profiles of your authors and illustrators.

Post activity

Through a single login, you can post activity on behalf of any of your authors and illustrators. We can also provide restricted access if you have teams who work on behalf of a particular imprint or only a handful of your authors.

Suggested content

We'll suggest timely content which you post to Another Read and share on social media.

WordPress plugin

Our plugin can be installed on a WordPress site and used to generate posts based on Activity matching specific criteria. It can be used on an author's site or a blog about a particular subject.



Our API allows developers to access the Activity feed for use in their own apps or website. You can learn more about the API here.


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