Our first Frequently Asked Question by beginners is whether an author needs to provide illustrations for a picture book manuscript that’s submitted to a publisher. Read on for the answer….
A conversation with Frances Gilbert, Editor-in-Chief of Doubleday Books for Young Readers/Random House Children’s Books and author of the new book Go, Girls, Go!
Our Picture Book Blueprint is the easiest way ever to write a great picture book. To give everyone a taste of the magic this step-by-step course provides, we’ve created a free Trial Edition that we’re offering for a limited time. THE FREE TRIAL VERSION INCLUDES: * Understanding the Picture Book Category * How […]
Writing picture books is a true challenge. In fact, many authors consider writing a picture book to be the hardest type of writing there is, and yet editors receive more picture book manuscripts than any other genre. To make your work stand out from the crowd, you need to do more than study how to […]
Two award-winning children’s authors explain why writing stories that help children feel a range of emotions is the best gift we can give our readers.