MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD: Inspiring read and fantastic classroom resource
Guest Post by Jennifer Buchet My debut picture book, Little Medusa’s Hair Do-Lemma, did not begin with a wish to write about, or even incorporate,
As writers, any of us would be horrified to discover we submitted a query letter or manuscript baring/bearing an incorrect homophone. To help you avoid such mortification, TRICKY HOMOPHONES will reveal (and explain) ten of the trickiest pairs and trios.
When I was a child in the eighties, there was almost nothing that made me happier than locking myself away in my bedroom or playroom,
In April of 2020 a remarkable picture book was released into the world. Inspired by the author’s childhood experience, the story follows the life cycle
Happy Summer! As the pandemic recedes and more in-person events are available, this post will continue to list only online events. Look for notices of
Events, classes, contests for Middle Grade and Young Adult writers for July, 2021
Critiquing the work of others brings an ultra-awareness to the all-encompassing task of writing picture books. With fresh eyes, you present considerations and questions for others that are important to think about in your own writing, too. But when it comes to critiquing your own stories, fresh eyes are harder to come by.
Karen Yin is in my picture book marketing group for 2022. But her debut picture book, Whole Whale, with Barefoot Books, illustrated by Nelleke Verhoeff,
Welcome back to another month of Picture Book Opportunities! To see what’s available all year ’round, and what’s coming up the rest of the year,
Events, classes, contests for Middle Grade and Young Adult writers for June, 2021
This is the book I didn’t know I needed right now. A story of siblings, seasons, and seeing the bright side of any day, More