An Author’s Guide to Children’s Book Promotion

An Author’s Guide to Children’s Book Promotion provides authors and illustrators with the tools they need to get their books into the hands of key decision-makers…teachers, librarians, booksellers and reviewers. Designed to help you make the most of opportunities to sell and promote your book.

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3 Comments

  1. Short and Sweet I have an earlier edition of this book, and I like the fact that Raab updates it frequently. The current book is the 11th edition, and what appears to be updated is names, addresses, and web sites, all listed toward the end of the book. The information here is short and sweet, a mere 75 pages, but all of it worthwhile. Raab takes you through the important steps of promoting your book, including Distribution, School and Library Markets, Bookstore Promotion, and Special Promotions. A book to be…

  2. I recommend this for all authors, children’s writers or otherwise. As a writer, I ordered this book when it first came out way back when, and now, as an editor, I continue to recommend it to the authors I work with. Filled with original ideas to get you motivated, and crucial for writers who want to survive in today’s market.

  3. Essential Reference A slim volume packed with valuable information. A took more notes from this little book than from most twice it’s size. I would consider it essential for any children’s author.

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