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Have You Seen Our Children’s Books Edition? Pitch Us Stories

Are you a children’s book publisher, agent, illustrator, reader? Tell us what you’re up to.

By Edward Nawotka

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Later today, landing in your in-box, you should find the fourth edition of Publishing Perspectives’ Children’s Book Edition. Today’s email features stories about Frecklebox, a company that promises to take personalized children’s publishing mainstream; the new Brazilian children’s book publishing house, Algonquin’s expansion into YA, the shortlist of the Etisalat Prize for Arabic Children’s Literature, and more.

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We want to bring you the best stories, profiles and reviews in the world. To do that we need to enlist your help: pitch us stories. Are you a children’s book publisher, agent, illustrator, reader? In the US, UK, Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America? Print or digital? Tell us what you’re up to.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted February 28, 2012 at 5:38 am | Permalink

    I need tolearng more. . . as a published writer and illustrator of CHILDREN’S picture books I am interested in learning how the Ebook system works.

    I have more mss and storyboards in some cases – even the odd finished illo – but wish to find a QUALITY publisher in the field of Children’s E-book publishing.

    I am also a designer, so am fussy about the presentation and design aspects of everything I do in this area.

    What do you do. . . and what can you offer? (if anything)

    Jill

  2. Posted February 28, 2012 at 5:40 am | Permalink

    I need to learn more. . . as a published writer and illustrator of CHILDREN’S picture books I am interested in learning how the Ebook system works.

    I have more mss and storyboards in some cases – even the odd finished illo – but wish to find a QUALITY publisher in the field of Children’s E-book publishing.

    I am also a designer, so am fussy about the presentation and design aspects of everything I do in this area.

    What do you do. . . and what can you offer? (if anything)

    Jill

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