Writing Picture Books : A Hands-On Guide from Story Creation to Publication
Writers will learn the writing and revision process that will lead them to creating more salable picture book manuscripts. Respected picture book author Ann Whitford Paul covers researching the picture books market, creating characters, point of view, plotting, tips on writing rhyme, and more - all the lessons writers need to write great picture books that will appeal to both editors and agents, as well as young readers and parents.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 152 x 229 x 20.32mm | 294.84g
- 26 Jun 2009
- F&W Publications Inc
- Writer's Digest Books
- Ohio, United States
About Ann Whitford Paul
Ann Whitford Paul became inspired to write picture books after years of bedtime reading to her four children. She writes picture books, poetry and early readers. Her books have won numerous awards and recognition including a place on The New York Times Notable Books List, Carl Sandburg Award for Children's Literature, Bank Street College Best Books list, Notable Science and Social Studies Books, National Parenting Centers "Seal of Approval," and Recognition of Merit from the George C. Stone Center for Children's Books of the Claremont Graduate University, and they've been nominated for numerous state reading awards. When not busy typing at her computer or teaching picture book writing at UCLA Extension, Ann can most often be found taking a long walk. Her hobbies include cooking, quilting, and knitting. She also loves to watch spiders spin their webs, snails paint their trails, and cats play with yarn. She lives in Los Angeles and hopes you'll check out her Web site at www.annwhitfordpaul.net.