May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which means it’s an ideal time to sit down with your child and have an open conversation about mental and emotional wellness
When it comes to finding inspiration for writing, some people have all the luck. They’ll be minding their own business, sitting at a traffic light or unloading the dishwasher, and a brilliant idea for a children’s book will pop into their minds.
It’s 2021 (I checked), and the book publishing industry is in the midst of a revolutionary transformation. Blink and you might miss it, or not notice it at all, but our business is experiencing what phone companies, taxi drivers and travel agents did over the past 15+ years: Adapt or die. And in my opinion, the disruption has only just begun.
Many people dream of publishing a children’s book. But turning that dream into a reality can seem daunting. Where do you start?
Fortunately, today's publishing landscape provides a variety of ways for authors to get their books into the hands of young readers.