Margaret Quinlin Books publishes a highly-curated selection of picture books and illustrated books for older readers, both fiction and nonfiction, with themes such as nature, social justice, and community. With every book that is published, close attention is paid to craft, strong storytelling, and strong art.

Margaret Quinlin

Margaret Quinlin joined Peachtree in 1988 as v-p and editorial director. In 1990, Quinlin purchased a controlling interest in Peachtree and became the house’s president and publisher. The company was acquired by Trustbridge Global Media, a division of Trustbridge Partners, in 2018. With the launch of her eponymous imprint in 2022, Quinlin continues her legacy of publishing acclaimed and award-winning books. Accolades and awards for books previously published under Peachtree include numerous state awards such as the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master list, a Cybils Finalist, and a New York Times bestseller.

Award-Winning Books with Peachtree

Margaret Quinlin Books In The News

Two Margaret Quinlin Titles Receive Storytelling World Resource Awards

Storytellers (and story seekers) are looking for “just the right story,” so Storytelling World assists in this search through this annual awards program

The New York Times Shares Picture Books About Immigration

“Welcome is at the heart of Carmen Agra Deedy’s story for younger children, WOMBAT SAID COME IN. . . .”

9 of the Best Jewish Fantasy Books

The Ghosts of Rose Hill is one of BookRiot’s “9 Best Jewish Fantasy Books”!