Welcome to the MG/YA Opportunities post! Find all of the monthly opportunities on the MG/YA support page! All opportunities listed are available to anyone with an
We’re all aware of the saggy middle The story that can’t get out of its own way. Common techniques to eliminate this conundrum include increasing
Whether you’re interested in crafting a novel in verse or you’re just interested in expanding your reading palette to include this hybrid genre, I’m here for you.
Hope, Mindy, and Nonieqa are all members of the Soaring ’20’s group of talented and prolific authors, and each one continues to bring us picture (and other) books full of heart.
Carol Gordon Ekster writes picture books–all kinds of them, inspired by all sorts of different topics that engage her, and in turn, engage her young
Welcome to the MG/YA Opportunities post! In 2022, the MG/YA Opportunities post has taken on a new structure but don’t worry, you’ll still be able
Lots happening for both writers and illustrators this month! To see what’s available all year ’round, and what’s coming up the rest of the year,
At nearly 10 inches by 12 inches, Africa, Amazing Africa Country by Country, written by Atinuke and beautifully illustrated by Mouni Feddag, is the perfect coffee table book. But this book is so much more than a visual treat: it’s a lyrical and engaging nonfiction homage to Africa’s diversity of people, traditions, animals, and landscapes that is sure to delight children and adults alike.
Chelsea Lin Wallace and I met rather serendipitously over social media many months ago, and I do feel that fate was somehow at work in
With the popularity of homeschooling continuing to rise you may wonder, as a children’s author, how to reach this ever-expanding market.
Joyce: Valerie, you certainly have been busy since I interviewed you for your first book Let’s Dance! Congratulations on your newest–Together We Ride from Chronicle
A wealth of online offerings for late March and April–find one for you!