Submitting Your Children’s Book for Publication

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What do Harry Potter, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and your children’s book all have in common? They all began as unpublished manuscripts searching for the right home. While you may have written the next great children’s book, you may also find the submission process daunting and confusing. In this workshop you will learn where to look for the most appropriate agents or editors as well as how to craft effective query letters that will make them want to read your work. The market may be competitive, but with the tools from these sessions you’ll gain confidence that your caterpillar can become a beautiful butterfly. Note: this workshop is open to anyone interested in the process but will most benefit those with projects underway.

About Jonathan Roth

Jonathan Roth is the author-illustrator of the chapter book series Beep and Bob. He credits The Writer’s Center courses as part of his path to publication and strives to help others on the journey. He also teaches elementary art and lives with his wife in Rockville, MD.

Teaching Style: Jonathan is a very accessible teacher who can help students at any level. He maintains a respectful and open classroom, in which all can give and get back. He believes all writers can improve their work and shots at publication, but it takes hard work, persistence and patience.

Seats

15 seats available
Workshopnon-member price
$80.00
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