The first step in knowing how to publish a children’s book is to understand the basic categories of children’s books and how they apply to your writing. Picture books, easy readers, chapter books, middle grade books and young adult novels each have their own sets of rules. In Part One on How to Publish a Children’s Book, Children’s Book Insider founder Laura Backes shares the correct age groups, word counts, subject matter limitations and other vital factors that will help you choose the best category for you and find success.
 
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