Daniel Hahn is an author, editor, and award-winning translator. Here he shares his thoughts on the art of translating picture books.
Browsing: Art Of Writing
Karen Benke has a handwritten letter + envelope surprise subscription for kids, to get them interested in snail mail.
Film producer and author of the children’s book Oh, the Places You’ve Been, Ben Everard shares his insight into what makes a children’s book great for film adaption.
Jonathan Roth, author-illustrator of Beep and Bob, explains why we take our characters to the limits of their endurance: so they can find a way to face their fears and grow.
Derek Taylor Kent is the author of ten children’s books (both picture and chapter books), three of which are designed for STEAM education at three different age levels.
How to get your children’s book reviewed, who to contact about reviewing it, and whether or not paying for a review is a worthwhile investment.
Ismée Williams is the author of WATER IN MAY. She discusses the art of writing about what you know.
Author Emily Henry provides seven tricks for writing your follow-up novel.
5 novel writing tips for making every place and scene unique from the co-author of Shadow Run, Michael Miller.
Critically acclaimed author Cammie McGovern discusses writing a book from a dog’s point of view. (Chester & Gus, HarperCollins, 2017)