Callaway Arts & Entertainment

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Callaway Arts & Entertainment
Founded 1980
Founder Nicholas Callaway
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location New York City
Distribution Ingram Publisher Services[1]
Publication types Books
Official website

Callaway Arts & Entertainment is a family entertainment company specializing in the design, production, and publication of illustrated books and multimedia products. It is based in New York and was founded in 1980 by Nicholas Callaway. The company's business is rooted in publishing but has grown to encompass animation for television and consumer product design.[2]

Callaway’s Miss Spider publishing program ranks as one of the all-time best-selling children’s literary properties.[citation needed] More than five million Miss Spider books have been sold since Miss Spider’s Tea Party launched the series in 1994.[citation needed]

In partnership with Nelvana Entertainment, Callaway produces Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends, a half-hour, 3-D computer-animated television show, which airs daily. Nick Jr. Callaway also designs Sunny Patch, a collection of children’s gardening and outdoor products that has been sold exclusively at Target Stores since 2003.[3][4]

Callaway published a collection of five stories by Madonna for children of all ages—even grown-up ones—during 2003, 2004, and 2005. A sequel to The English Roses was released in October 2006.

In the fall of 2006, Callaway debuted its Children’s Classics series in partnership with Penguin Young Readers Group in the U.S. and Gallimard Jeunesse in France. The Classics, a series of illustrated fairy tales, freshly translated, launched with two volumes: The Ugly Duckling and The Little Engine that Could.

The Callaway logo depicts an esoteric solar symbol, the Black Sun.


  1. ^ "Publishers We Work With - Book Distribution | Ingram Content Group". Retrieved 2018-01-10. 
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