The comprehensive guide to markets in all areas of children's media, completely revised and updated, with a foreword by Meg Cabot
New articles for this edition include:
• Writing historical novels for kids - Michelle Paver
• Writing thrillers for children - Anthony Horowitz
• How to write for adolescents - Meg Rosoff
• Out of the slush pile - Matthew Skelton
• Bologna Children's Book fair - Alex Hamilton
• Adaptation of children's books for the theatre - Kaye Umansky
Contains information on a wide range of topics with the emphasis on giving the aspiring writer and illustrator knowledge of the children's market in all areas, to help them pursue their careers in this increasingly competitive area. No other guide to writing and illustrating for children does this.
Now in its third edition, the Children's Writers' and Artists' Yearbook has quickly established itself as the premier book aimed at helping all prospective children's writers get their work published. To say 'premier' is a little of an understatement, because there is no other book like it.
The cover statement "Between the covers of this book is everything you need to know to get published" is somewhat of an understatement too - it does give you everything you do need to get published except talent -THAT, you need to buy elsewhere!
Like its older brother, this book is set to become a classic in its own right and will be filling the shelves of all budding children's writers - myself included.
The Children's Writers' and Artists' Yearbook covers everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING you will ever need to know: finding an agent, finding a publishers, self publishing, marketting, copyright laws, income tax and other financial obligations, illustrations and much, much more.
If you think you have it in you to write the next best-selling children's book, go out and read this book first. It is utterly necessary.
Random listing from 'Books'...
Sam heads to Japan with Tobias to meet the next Dreamer, a famous professional gamer. While at a tournament in Tokyo, Stella arrives, forcing Sam and Dreamer number nine to take extreme evasive action. As ever, Solaris is on the scene in a flash...
Meanwhile, Alex and Shiva are captive in Shiva's New York apartment after being fitted with wrist bombs that will detonate if they attempt to escape, and Eva learns how participating ... more...
All trademarks, images and copyrights on this site are owned by their respective companies.
KIWIreviews is an independent entity, part of the Knock Out News Group. This is a free public forum presenting user opinions on selected products, and as such the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinion of kiwireviews.nz and are protected under New Zealand law by the "Honest Opinion" clause of the Defamation Act of 1992. KIWIreviews accepts no liability for statements made on this site, on the premise that they have been submitted as the true and honest opinions of the individual posters. In most cases, prices and dates stated are approximate and should be considered as only guidelines.
"How is it that we put man on the moon before we figured out it would be a good idea to put wheels on luggage?"