When submitting a manuscript for a children's book .....
When submitting a manuscript for a children's book and trying to find a literary agent, do you submit with pictures or without?
Publishers do not expect authors to provide pictures. If they choose to publish your book, they will get an illustrator. If your book is dependent on pictures you can always state that in your letter, or describe the pictures if the illustrations explain what is in the text.
Publishers only use professional artsists so if you are a professional artist you can also submit pictures. If this is your first submission check on the publishers submission guidelines before sending them any materials or spending a lot of time creating pictures. Some literary agents represent artsist as well as writers.
by RickyDLV 8 years ago
I am having my first children's book illustrated right now. It's a collection of Haiku that tell a story of redemption. Any pro's out there that know where I should submit for publishing?
by Lisa 6 years ago
What is your favorite children's book?
by HannahRiley 7 years ago
How could I get a Children's book published?I have had this story in my head for forever!
by Jacqui 6 years ago
How do you know if your idea for a children's book is worthwhile?I've got ideas running about in my head, silly little songs my partner and I make up, a story made up with friends a long time ago that all of us still remember. How do you know it'll work as a children's book?
by fionacassim 8 years ago
Hi all,I'm new to this, but just wondering if anyone has been published?Thanks..
by Lilly May Rose 3 years ago
"You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy who'll decide where to go." - Dr Seuss (Oh, The Places You'll Go!) What does this quote say to you?...
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