Author & Editor Arthur A. Levine

Arthur A. Levine is the author of the children’s picture books, Monday is One Day, All the Lights in the Night and the forthcoming What a Beautiful Morning.

Arthur A. Levine Books was founded in 1996 as an imprint of Scholastic Press. We published our first book, When She Was Good by Norma Fox Mazer, in the fall of 1997. Since then, our imprint has produced more than one hundred seventy-nine works of hardcover literary fiction and nonfiction for children, teenagers, and discerning adults under the editorial direction of Arthur A. Levine

Arthur A. Levine Books works with a distinguished list of American authors and illustrators at various phases of their careers, from newcomers like Trent Reedy and Erin Bow to award-winners like Francisco Stork, Shaun Tan, Carolyn Coman, and Richard Egielski. We also strive to bring the best of the world’s literature to the United States through the work of such famed international authors and illustrators as J. K. Rowling, Komako Sakai, Nahoko Uehashi, Astrid Lindgren, Jaclyn Moriarty, Anne Provoost, Philip Pullman, Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler, Luis Sepúlveda, and many others.


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  1. Hello,

    My name is Katherine Kollef and I am a graduate student in Publishing at Emerson College’s MA program in Boston. I apologize for commenting here, but I am looking to get in touch with Arthur about possibly interviewing him for a paper I am writing for my Book Editing course. The paper will look at the challenges editors face in the digital age of publishing, and the changing landscape of acquisitions/self-publishing.

    I have always admired Arthur’s career and presence in the industry, and can say that he directly inspired me to pursue work in publishing in the first place. I would love to have the chance to talk with him. I can be reached at kollef [at] gmail.com.

    Katherine Kollef

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