Welcome to Whim Publishing


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Whim Publishing, founded in 2008, specializes in children’s picture books and kids poetry. Our first release and award-winning book Randy Kazandy, Where Are Your Glasses?, is getting an enthusiastic response from both the industry and the public. Our second release hit the shelves July 15, 2016 “Crooked Granny Grunt Please Drink Your Milk” has won a 5 star rating from Readers’ Favorite. Both books are in musical rhyme and signed by the author if purchased from this site.

At Whim, we strive to make our products the best they can be, from the child-friendly style of writing and artwork to the “kid proof” durability of our lead-free deluxe hardcover books. This total quality approach is seldom seen in the publishing world and has garnered Whim a reputation for excellence.

Whim Publishing does press releases and reviews of self published authors worldwide. Press releases start at $150 and will be published in a two day time period. Authors can send books for review to Whim Publishing, Book Reviews, 24 Prince St. 1B, Rochester, NY, 14607. Books will not be returned but donated to charity. Whim also reviews books for Random House, Harper Collins & Putnam.

Whim Publishing gives back. A portion of each book has helped these organizations.

whim publishing is helipng cureblindness.org with each purchase
with each purchase whim publishing is donating to unite for sight
with each purchase whole foods kid gets a donation from whim
each purchase helps toys for tots with a donation

Whim Publishing: Randy Kazandy, Where Are Your Glasses? and Crooked Granny Grunt Please Drink Your Milk are featured on:

randy kazany, where are your glasses and crooked granny grunt are featured on readkiddoread.com

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The New York Times

" A perfect cornerstone for building self-esteem"

Parenting Magazine

"Both books have proved to be rhythmic and fun for children. They are a must read and would make a great collection for any child."

435 South Magazine

"Half-Pint Hero Randy Kazandy makes a feel good friend for kids."


"Former Canandaigua resident Rhonda Fischer’s new children’s book helps kids adjust to eyeglasses through the experiences of the rambunctious"