MMS is an independently owned children’s publishing sales agency representing over twenty publishers; selling their physical books and rights all around the world.

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new MMS publisher:
Learning Together

MMS is pleased to now sell study aids for children sitting their 11+ exams and Learning Together has great series of books which are available now. Perfect for home learning!

Award winners – The White Ravens Award

This ‘premium label’ is given to books of international interest that deserve a wider reception on account of their universal theme and/or their exceptional and often innovative artistic and literary style and design.  For 2020, The International Youth Library chose two titles from our MMS publishers: Guthli has Wings from Tulika and Mira’s Curly Hair from Lantana Publishing.

Award winner – Karl Nova

Rhythm & Poetry author Karl Nova from Caboodle Books has won the Ruth Rendell Award 2020 for outstanding contribution to literacy. It’s the first time that a poet has won this prestigious award and Karl is a worthy winner for his commitment to children’s literacy and outstanding number of author visits (virtual and in person) during 2020. Well done Karl!


The MMS teams around the world continue to work throughout the pandemic and can’t wait for easing of global lockdowns to bring you excellent children’s books from our many publishers! Keep safe!

new MMS publisher:
Larrikin House

With the first titles appearing in the September 2020 sales kit, this publisher promises to be a fabulous trade-focussed addition to our lists! Look out for My Shadow is Pink and so many other great kids’ books coming soon.

new MMS publisher:

A new signing for MMS from 1 April 2020 with excellent titles from this Indian publisher appearing in the October 2020 sales kit!

new MMS publisher:
Karadi Tales

Exciting new publisher Karadi Tales, an independent children’s publishing house based in Chennai, India is now being sold by MMS sales teams all around the world (except USA).

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“It’s our belief that reading for pleasure will play a really important role in helping our young people to recover from the unquantified impact that Coronavirus is having on their education, social development, mental health and well-being.”
Justine Daniels, CEO of Read for Good