Tag: children’s literature

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Making The Most Of School Assemblies

Part two of our school assemblies series focuses on getting speaking gigs and what you can do to maximize book sales and positive promotion when you get them.
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Promoting Your Book (And Yourself) At A School Assembly

A school assembly provides a wonderful platform for promoting your book and introducing yourself to your audience, but you'd better be ready to put on a show.
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Interview With Picture Book Author Josh Funk

Josh Funk is not only one of the best and most popular picture book authors today, he’s a super positive guy who goes out of his way to boost other authors’ books.
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Why Lauren Lynne Chose BookBaby For Her Self-Published Young Adult Novels

"When I was first trying to decide who I wanted to work with, I did quite a bit of research. I didn't want to have to figure out the cover art, and I sure didn't want to have to figure out the conversion, because I'm not a computer genius, I'm a story teller. I was so glad BookBaby was willing to work with me and really listen to my ideas."
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How To Engage Kids With Reading

In our February BookBaby Twitter Chat, Lauren Lynne, certified teacher and author of the young adult series The Secret Watchers, shared her thoughts on how to engage kids with reading and the importance of writing in the classroom.
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Engaging Kids With Reading

Research tells us that reading and writing are deeply intertwingled. Engaging kids with reading develops their writing skills, and vice versa. Kids have amazing story ideas in them.

4 tips for writing children’s books

Have you been itching to break into the children’s literature genre with a book of your own? Good for you! Children’s literacy is an issue that foundations such as the United Way’s Women’s Leadership Council​ and UNICEF have been working tirelessly to improve, and contributing to children’s literature is an admirable way to get involved. Here are 4 tips tips for writing children's books. But where should you begin? Read on for some quick tips on writing books for children!

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