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Picture Books 101
What is a Picture Book?
A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Picture Books
The Importance of Conflict in Picture Books
Writing Picture Books — Simply Difficult
Characterization in Picture Books
Perfect Pacing for Picture Books
Growing as a Picture Book Writer
Creating Timeless Stories for Young Readers
Add Rhythm to Your Prose
Writing Picture Books: Where's the Fun?
A Look at Picture Book Trends
8 Things Picture Book Editors Don’t Want to See
Should You Illustrate Your Own Book?
Is It a Picture Book, or a Magazine Story?
An Interview with Janet Lawler on How to Write in Rhyme
Straight Talk About Talking Animals
Informational Picture Books
Writing Compelling Picture Book Biographies
Creating Picture Books for Older Readers
Writing Picture Books Based on True Events
Before You Submit
Try This Picture Book Editing Checklist
How to Make a Picture Book Dummy
Keep Your Illustration Notes to Yourself
Formatting Your Manuscript for Submission
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