The Five Quills Team
Five Quills Children’s Books
Five Quills children’s books is an independent children’s book publisher. Our picture books and more advanced chapter books are filled with lively illustrations and wonderful stories, all carefully written and designed for young readers between the ages of 3-9 years. The Five Quills Children’s list is growing day by day. Our team is busy working on several new and exciting titles, including a brand new Wildlife Adventure series featuring our eco-heroine Lottie Boffin. Remember to check-in for more publishing updates!
Daniela has worked in publishing and early childhood education for over 20 years. In 2017 she purposely founded Five Quills to create picture books and young fiction titles that inspire children to become life long readers. Daniela publishes books that not only fire up children’s creativity and imagination, but also enrich their literacy skills and knowledge of the world around them. She has worked as an independent educational consultant in the UK, and for large publishers in the US and Italy, including Random House, Houghton Mifflin, Abbeville Press and Skira. Ever enthusiastic to work with both established and emerging authors and illustrators, Daniela keeps a lookout for new stories and series ideas suitable for young readers.
Amy has over 16 years of experience working in Publishing. She is a graduate in Graphic Design from Nottingham Trent University and is mad about books and typography. She is at her happiest spending time with her young family surrounded by huge piles of books. Previous UK experience has included: working in-house for BBC Worldwide, Random House (now Penguin Random House), Simon and Schuster, Bloomsbury, Egmont Books and Buster Books. Amy has designed a varied selection of children’s magazines and both fiction and picture books before going freelance in 2010. In her spare time, Amy can be found consuming large cups of coffee whilst playing outside with her two children or running in the mountains. She is forever trying to improve her French…