Educational Publishers Directory
S & L Publishing (Trading as The Literacy Place) is the publisher of The Writing Book (2013), The Oral Language Book (2016) and The Reading Book (2019). These books offer practical advice, strategies and support material for teachers.
Clean Slate Press is a publisher of high-quality student books for the international market. Its products include early literacy and grade-levelled fiction and non-fiction for grades K–9. Clean Slate Press publishes literacy, social studies, science, and math books that promote critical thinking and a love of learning. Clean Slate Press is proud to be the exclusive educational publisher of Joy Cowley.
We write and publish Te Reo Singalong books. We started the company in 2012 and since then we have sold around 50,000 Te Reo Singalong books into early childhood centres and schools throughout New Zealand. We currently have 13 titles available, with two more planned for 2017. We also perform our books in a Te Reo Singalong show for children and present Te Reo Pronunciation workshops for teachers. We won the Print category at the Māori Language Awards in 2013. We also won two awards at the CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards in 2015 – the judges choice award for Best Resource in Te Reo Māori and the Teachers’ Choice award for Best Resource in Te Reo Māori.
Huia is an independent publisher with a focus on supporting Māori and Pacific writers, describing the diversity of Māori experiences and perspectives, and promoting the Māori language. Huia publishes fiction and non-fiction for adults and children, as well as educational resources in the Māori language.
Bookends (NZ) Ltd is a specialist educational resource supplier providing printed educational resources from publishers for preschool through to tertiary markets. Fostering strong relationships with clients gives the company a true under-standing of professional teaching needs and enables it to present clients with products suited to any aspect of teaching, be it specialised or general classroom activities.
Rainbow Reading (and the US version: New Heights) is a program comprising audio-supported “hi-lo”, leveled books with audio-support provided on pre-recorded “magic” reading pens. The system is research-proven to significantly lift reading competence and confidence in beginning readers, including students learning English. miniRAINBOWS is a series for very young children to read and enjoy supported by the magic audiopen.
Scholastic New Zealand Limited is one of New Zealand’s largest publishers and distributors of children’s books. Founded in 1962, the company publishes 30–40 titles annually, aimed at all levels, from preschool to young adult. Locally published titles are actively promoted overseas, initially through the international Scholastic group.
EduMaxi is a New Zealand owned independent publisher as well as an education consultancy that specializes in the planning and development of innovative learning and development solutions.
Our multi-award winning Te Reo Singalong series (http://www.tereosingalong.co.nz) currently has 25 titles available as well as an online school subscription model (http://www.tereosingalong.online) and all books in interactive digital format.
We also provide supplementary curriculum and teacher support materials to teachers in NZ and internationally through User Friendly Resources https://www.userfriendlyresources.co.nz/. Most resources are blackline masters and come with a photocopiable license.
Edify can provide outstanding print and digital content and solutions to support outstanding outcomes for learners. We are active at every level of the curriculum from Early Childhood education through to Post-Graduate. We are a New Zealand owned and operated company representing Pearson, a global powerhouse of innovation and excellence in educational services and solutions.
Aries Publishing Ltd is a small independent publisher specialising in educational books. However, consideration will be given to books in related fields such as children’s literature, sports and recreation. We would be interested in books on Māori topics and written in te reo.