• For adults, a novel about the endurance of love, the evolution of grief, and the healing power of work.

    Correspondence Course: The Bathsua Project
  • Veggies are surprisingly beautiful and delicious! With easy recipes. K-Grade 4.

    Punkinhead’s Veggie Adventure
  • How books are made. Pre-K thru Grade 3.

    A Book for Elie
  • Story in pictures and verse to help families coping with the emotions of cancer. Ages 7 and up.

    My Body Needs Help
  • Fun in a city veggie and berry garden! K-Grade 4.

    We Grew It — Let’s Eat It!
  • New York City’s kookiest residents dance with Ben and Grandma! Ages 1-4.

    Ben, the Bells and the Peacocks

Tenley Circle Press, Ltd., modeled after Virginia and Leonard Woolf's Hogarth Press (minus the angst and the moveable type), is a micro-publishing house producing smart, handsome books with educational, ethical, and environmentally responsible themes for a discerning audience.

Founded in 2005, Tenley Circle Press strives to produce each book through a symbiotic process, with all participants — authors, artists, editors, and business people – sharing ideas and visions and helping one another across disciplines. TCP's new imprint, Still Point Books, was founded in early 2014 to let us publish books for grownups while preserving our core mission of quality books for children.

Our books are produced locally by printers committed to strong environmental, health, and safety policies. Tenley Circle Press enthusiastically makes significant annual contributions to young people’s literacy and health nonprofits.