Rhyming Picture Books : The Write Way
Rhyming picture books often become childhood favorites and sometimes bestsellers. But many editors claim they won't even consider a manuscript in rhyme. What's going on? These engaging read-alouds appear deceptively simple. But they are, in fact, extremely difficult to write well. Most of the submissions that editors receive are ineffective and not ready for publication. Enter this guide. Laura Purdie Salas and Lisa Bullard have both had rhyming picture books successfully published. Here, they lead writers through 10 possible ways to make their rhyming picture book more salable. Check out all of our Children's Writer Insider Guides from Mentors for Rent as well as our mentoring services at www.MentorsForRent.com"
- Paperback | 62 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.56mm | 140.61g
- 25 Feb 2015
- Illustrations, black and white
About Laura Purdie Salas
Between them, Lisa Bullard and Laura Purdie Salas have more than 160 published children's books, 44 years working in the book industry, and 26 years teaching and mentoring. Their children's books have received many honors, including: NCTE Notables, IRA Teachers' Choices, Riverby Award, Minnesota Book Award, Bank Street Best Books, Children's Choice Award, National Parenting Publications Children's Resources Silver Award, and Storytelling World Award honor.