By Harold D. Underdown
“Honest and distinct… every thing approximately writing for kids there's to know.”
—Jane Yolen, writer
this is the excellent consultant to writing, publishing, and promoting for the ever-expanding and constantly fascinating children’s market—now in a brand new and up to date 3rd version.
• contains new chapters on self-publishing and on "how to settle on a how-to", plus revision and updates throughout
• bargains sensible suggestion on getting started--and on facing out-of-print books
• Covers photograph books, bankruptcy books, nonfiction, middle-grade and younger novels, and customary codecs and genres
• finds what occurs inside of a kid's publishing corporation, and gives counsel in operating with an editor
• pattern hide and question letters, manuscript structure, word list, and urged assets in an intensive appendix
• Plus info on brokers, contracts, copyright, advertising, and extra
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Or failed to do it, as the case may be. We’ve got stories and tips from extremely successful authors, and from authors just getting started, from authors who’ve succeeded in many areas, and from others who’ve specialized. And when it’s called for, we’ve got stories from publishing insiders too, so you can begin to get to know the people with whom you may be working. Class Rules Children’s author Jules Older notes three mistakes many writers make starting out: 1. Thinking cute, instead of thinking big.
Even worse, P. Dan “Tick” keeps hitting us over the head with the “bad” behavior the child has. There is no humor and little dialogue. Few children will want to read it again. If you want to teach children through your writing, don’t despair. There are ways you can do it and be effective. In fiction, use humor and exaggeration, as in the classic Struwwelpeter stories. These classic stories, originally published in Germany in 1848, each feature a child whose outrageously bad behavior leads to a rather gruesome end—one is eaten by a lion, one starves to death, and so on.
Try different books and see which she prefers. You can do the same thing with older children; just be sure you listen to their body language, not what they tell you afterward. 24 One of the really great things about children remains their forthright natures. Most children tend to be honest and direct. If they feel comfortable with you, they’ll call ’em like they see ’em—though they do like to make adults happy, so don’t telegraph the answers you want to hear when discussing books with them. One of your greatest assets in discovering wonderful children’s literature, when you take the right approach, is a child.
Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Children's Books by Harold D. Underdown