About CBA Publishing

CBA Publishing stands for Cardboard Box Adventures Publishing Company, which originally focused on children’s picture books and chapter books, but which has since expanded to include nonfiction for parents and educators.

Why a cardboard box? Because kids can have endless imaginative adventures with just an empty cardboard box, and we hope that our books can help introduce kids to the same kinds of creativity and imagination found in stories, combined with the fantastic adventure that reading can be!

Cardboard Box Adventures Publishing Company (CBA Publishing) is an independent publisher that specializes in picture books, children’s chapter books, and nonfiction books for parents and educators, all with an emphasis on providing social and emotional support for dyslexic learners and inspiring imagination by cultivating the joy of reading.

Award-Winning Books

CBA Publishing has the privilege to represent award-winning authors such as Faith Borkowsky and Don M. Winn. Our books have won numerous awards, including the Eric Hoffer Award Honorable Mention, multiple Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, numerous Readers’ Favorite awards, the IndieReader Discovery Award, the Storytellers’ Campfire Voyager Marble Award, several Royal Dragonfly Book awards, repeat Wishing Shelf awards, a Family Review Center Best of the Year and Gold Medal, a Foreword Reviews IndieFab BOTY finalist, and being shortlisted for the World Literacy Award.


Picture Books

Modern fables that inspire the imagination and create great family conversations.


Chapter Books

Medieval tales of adventure and exploration to entice reluctant readers!



Books to help parents and educators provide emotional support to dyslexic learners.

CBA Publishing logo depicts a cartoon drawing of a young boy playing in a cardboard box with a folded paper hat on his head and holding a toy sword. The boy and the box are inside a circle and around the circle is written Cardboard Box Adventures, a.k.a. CBA Publishing

“Cardboard Box Adventures books not only teach valuable lessons, but they do so in a manner that will last throughout a lifetime.”

Family Review Center