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 […]
Part Two of How to Publish a Children’s Book takes you inside a publishing house to explain exactly how books are selected, edited and published. This is true inside information that will give you a big edge in getting your children’s book published. View How to Publish a Children’s Book Part 1 […]
In the final part of How to Publish a Children’s Book, Children’s Book Insider Publisher Laura Backes explains exactly how self-publishing works. This is vital information for those looking to directly put their work into the hands of children and teens around the world.
As a writer, it’s hard to get far without feedback. But how do pros handle feedback that is less than enthusiastic? Here’s how to do it….
Five tips to help aspiring children’s authors get off to a great start.
A live discussion with educators who have become published children’s book authors. This is geared toward beginners and aspiring writers, with special emphasis on the best ways to get started as a writer for children and teens.
Teachers are uniquely qualified to write children’s and young adult books. Here’s why…..
by Geary Smith Why was my children’s story submission rejected? I worked long and hard on the story and just knew it would be accepted this time. That is the question many inspiring children’s writers asked themselves when reading over rejection letters. Most rejection letters will simply read, “not just right for our […]
by Suzanna Henshon If your definition of breaking into publishing includes writing and selling a 300-page novel, or convincing a publisher to invest thousands of dollars in your picture book, you’re overlooking a substantial part of the market. Magazines need new material on a weekly or monthly basis. Some writers start off by […]