Helen F. Pratt represents non-fiction and illustrated books, and fiction for young adults and children.

Helen F. Pratt Inc.


Helen F. Pratt Inc.

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1165 Fifth Avenue
New York NY 10029

Phone: (212) 722-5081

Fax: (212) 722-8569

Contact: Helen Pratt

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About Helen F. Pratt Inc.:

Helen F. Pratt represents non-fiction and illustrated books, and fiction for young adults and children.

Query with a SASE and include illustrations if possible.

Submission Guidelines Details for Helen F. Pratt Inc.

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction, Children, Young Adult

Primary Contact: Helen Pratt

Email: hfpratt@verizon.net

Accepts: Biography, cookbooks, gardening, memoirs, psychology, children's fiction, young adult fiction




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