Barrington Stoke is a small, independent and award-winning children’s publisher. For over 20 years we’ve been pioneering super-readable, dyslexia-friendly fiction to help every child become a reader. From our specially designed font to the colour of our paper, accessibility is at the heart of everything we do.
Children’s Publisher of the Year – IPG Awards 2007
Alison Morrison Diversity Award – IPG Awards 2016
Winner of the Klaus Flugge Prize 2018 – My Name is Not Refugee by Kate Milner
Winner of the Older Readers Category, Children’s Book Award 2019 – Armistice Runner by Tom Palmer
Shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal 2018 – Rook by Anthony McGowan
Shortlisted for UKLA Award 2018 – The White Fox by Jackie Morris
Shortlisted for UKLA Award 2018 – Alpha by Bessora & Barroux
Longlisted for the Carnegie Medal 2014 – Brock by Anthony McGowan
Longlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2017 – Alpha by Bessora & Barroux
Longlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2018 – The Pavee and the Buffer Girl
by Siobhan Dowd, illustrated by Emma Shoard
Longlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2019 – The Family Tree by Mal Peet, illustrated by Emma Shoard
… and many more!
DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT!
“I have always admired the team at Barrington Stoke, their passion for stories and for making stories accessible” Sir Michael Morpurgo
“Outstanding” The Times
“Your books awoke my son’s love for reading. From a frustrated boy to a little book worm” Parent
“One of the most important publishers ever – have enabled so many readers”
“You have given my children one of the most special gifts ever: To read!” Parent
“The first people I go to are Barrington Stoke” SENCO
“This is the first book he has ever read and he read it on his own” Parent
“The howl of the Barrington Stocke book have change my life. Before I herd of Barrington Stocke I coldn’t read any book now I can read all of them” Student
“No other publisher can match this combination of design brilliance, editorial expertise, and authorial distinction” Anthony McGowan