for Young Authors and Illustrators
you dream of being an author or illustrator when you grow up?
Do you have something that you want to publish NOW?
Here are some books that might help you on your way.
Young Writerís Guide to Getting Published, Writerís Digest Books.
Market Guide for Young Writers: Where
and How to Sell What You Write, by Kathy Henderson
Stories: A Fiction Workshop for
by Marion Dane Bauer
a Book is Made,
Young Authorís Do-It-Yourself Book: How
to Write, Illustrate, and Produce Your Own Book,
by Donna Guthrie and Nancy Bentley
from A to Z: A Guide for Young
by Cathy Bobak
A Creative Bookmaking Guide for Young Authors,
by Michelle OíBrien-Palmer and Shannon Rubin
to Write, Recite, and Delight in Your Own Poetry,
by Joy Hulme and Donna Guthrie
Your Story?: A Young Personís
Guide to Writing Fiction, by Marion Dane Bauer
Down the Days: 365 Creative
Journaling Ideas for Young People, by Lorraine M.
the Blue Between: Advice and
Inspirations for Young Poets, by Paul
Writers and Illustrators Market, Writerís Digest.
This book is aimed at adults, but it has a section on publications
looking for writing by young authors. You
can find it in the reference section of your library.
Be a Writer: A Guide for Young
People Who Want to Write and Publish, by Barbara Seuling
Elements of Style, by Strunk and White. This
book teaches you the most important principles of writing.
Rhyming Dictionary and The Penguin Rhyming Dictionary. I use
these books to write verse, when Iím looking for just the right rhyming word.
Sometimes I write my own rhyming words in them.
here for a list of books for adults who are trying to get published.
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