If you have come upon this post because you have a completed children’s book manuscript, then I have this to say to you: Congratulations! Cue the parade! Pop the champagne!… Read More »39 Children’s Book Publishers Who Take Unagented Submissions
Becoming a Children’s Writer
Interested in writing a children’s book? Tips on how to get started.
When I mention to people that I write children’s books, I can often count on one or two reactions (sometimes both!): Wow, that’s so cool! I’ve always wanted to write… Read More »Want to Write for Children–But Have No Idea How to Start?
There have been many times I have struggled to adhere to the “write everyday” practice. I mean, I often have work projects that require me to compose words into some… Read More »How to Brainstorm Ideas for Your Children’s Book
As I sat and read, the knot in my stomach kept growing. I was reading a children’s book about a band of cute rabbit-like animals called pikas that were on… Read More »Want to Be a Children’s Author? You Need This One Thing First
Wowza–it’s been quite a year, hasn’t it? And if you’re like just about every other person on this planet, you are feeling a bit overwhelmed and distracted because there is… Read More »Are You Feeling Creative? (Insert hysterical laughter here).
For those who are excited about promoting books by diverse authors and covering diverse topics, Multicultural Children’s Book Day (MCBD) (#ReadYourWorld) is an event you do not want to miss.… Read More »It’s Multicultural Children’s Book Day!
In Part Three of my series of book reviews for Multicultural Children’s Book Day (#ReadYourWorld), I’ll be reviewing KOREAN CHILDREN’S FAVORITE STORIES by Kim So-Un, illustrated by Jeong Kyoung-Sim. The… Read More »Multicultural Children’s Book Day Book Review: KOREAN CHILDREN’S FAVORITE STORIES