If you want to write for kids, then you’re in luck!
Every year, children’s books produce almost two billion dollars of revenue, and the market is only getting bigger each year.
But with great size comes great competition. You’ll need an excellent agent to get your book published.
As a children’s book editor, I’ve helped hundreds of authors write, edit and publish their children’s book.
Anyone can sit down and dash out a children’s book, and with a little help and guidance, yours can be good enough to earn the attention of thousands of children.
And nothing beats the feeling of holding your printed book in your hands and reading it to a child for the first time. Follow these 12 steps and you’ll get there in no time.
The 30 children’s book publishers below all have one important thing in common: they are accepting submissions directly from authors.
Since many children’s publishers only accept from agents, this list should save you hundreds of hours combing through the submission guidelines of every children’s publisher on earth. And here’s a bonus! You won’t even have to wait to get an agent.
If you’d like more guidance about writing children’s books, please visit my page on how to write a children’s book.
And if you need feedback on your book, please look at my children’s book editing page.
Also, check out my video course on how to write, edit and publish a children’s book.