Getting your book picked up by the right audience is simple but only if you do this one crucial step: identify your book’s correct genre!
As we specialize in educational children’s literature, we know a thing or two about the way to craft a children’s book. We have encountered many authors that think just because it is filled bright colors and cute animals that it’s going to sell. That’s not quite true. While yes, children do love animals and bright colors, a lot of children’s books rely on these mechanics to grab their attention and start reading. This makes it hard to distinguish you’re book, even if the idea behind it is genuine. There’s also confusion regarding how long a children’s book should be. You can make it a short twenty pages and call it a day, yes? Well, no. Not really. There is a defined page number that you should be going for, that being around 40-pages. If you don’t know how to stretch out your story,
If you are reading this, you are already capable of writing words onto a page and structuring them in an orderly way. I cannot and will not pretend like you are all too young to understand these points. I was taught this in middle school. The reason I bring these terms up at all is to show you how to use them to compose a novel in manageable increments, without being overwhelmed with the entire process at once. With that disclaimer out of the way, let’s get started!