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Charlesbridge Publishing

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Charlesbridge Publishing

85 Main Street
Watertown, MA 02472
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Middle Grade
Picture Book
Young Adult


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10/14/2020 01:37 PM
Queried 6/30/2020, contemporary YA, 70K words
08/06/2018 01:54 PM
Storytelling Math manuscript submission sent June 15, 2018
Rejection received July 18, 2019

Thank you so much for sharing XXX with us. We appreciate how you’ve woven together story, math, and diversity—a tricky challenge indeed!
Unfortunately, while we enjoyed reading your manuscript, it does not meet the needs of the Storytelling Math series. We’re passing on the story with our thanks and regrets.
We wish you the best in finding the right home for your project and look forward to reading more of your work.

Best wishes,
Alyssa and Marlene
09/25/2015 12:33 PM
Smail mail query in April, 2015. Form response from Ms Bliven on 9/25/15
12/04/2014 06:40 PM
8/7/14 HF PB Spoke with an editor at the Iowa SCBWI conference this past spring.
11/30/2011 02:11 AM
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