I had posted this on another blog and many readers found it most helpful. I write children’s stories myself and these tips are more for a novel than a picture book, but the general guidelines apply in both cases.
There are a lot of tips on what you need to do when you have a book ready to publish. Here are top five tips on publishing for children.
The man himself, Barry Cunningham, the original publisher of Harry Porter and the Publisher of Chicken House gives a little advice to aspiring writers for children’s books, ranging from age 7-18.
Personally, I think this advice is good for any aspiring author with a ready manuscript – not just children’s books. What do you think?