Albert Whitman & Company
Founded in 1919, Albert Whitman & Company is an award-winning children's book publisher best known for its classic series The Boxcar Children Mysteries, which chronicles the life of four orphaned children who live in an abandoned boxcar in the forest. Albert Whitman publishes pic ... Read More ture books, novels, and nonfiction titles designed to help children grow and learn, as well as a number of special-interest books that revolve around tough subjects such as disease, bullying, and diabetes. Some of the company's favorite reads are All Kinds of Children, which celebrates children from all cultures and faraway lands; Senorita Gordita, the Mexican version of "The Little Gingerbread Man," in which a little corn cake escapes a frying pan; and Doodleday, whose main character, Harvey, makes drawings that magically come to life. Additional titles include When I Feel Angry, If I Were President, How to Be Friends With a Dragon, and If I Ran for President.