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Children’s books are a very special medium that have introduced millions of young people to the joys of reading. Everyone from single moms to top celebrities have penned bestsellers promoting the virtues and values that children need to learn at a young age to lead happy, healthy lives. There are many different ways that a children’s book can be written, from the simplest ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Atlantic Publishing Company FL (first published 2009)
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Mel Bosworth
Cynthia Reeser’s “How to Write and Publish a Successful Children’s Book” is a book that needs to be on every writer’s shelf, not just those interested in writing children’s books. The one word that kept popping into my mind while reading this was “practical.”

This book is extremely practical in terms of understanding how to craft and polish your work, how to research potential markets, how to write a query letter, and how to submit. Please bear in mind that I’m using very broad strokes here. The
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Lenore Webb
How to Write and Publish a Successful Children's Book: Everything You Needed to Know Explained Simply - sure, the title's a little long, but Cynthia Reeser has done most of the heavy lifting for any authors hoping to break into the young writer's market. As promised in the forward written by Lisa J. Michaels, an author and illustrator in her own right, ""Reeser has done your homework for you...[this:] book gives back years that you otherwise would've spent researching, questioning, and flounderi ...more
Jennifer Kaap
Passable introduction to writing for children. It's a bit overwritten at times and would have had more credibility if it was written by a children's author… but I still learned new and helpful information about the world of writing and publication from this book.
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