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Writing the Classic Picture Book - Includes Critique!

Enhance the reader's experience of your picture book with these important elements!
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Writing the Classic Picture Book
With Jodell Sadler and Allison Moore
Register today to attend this live webinar!
Your Price: $89.99
Session Date: June 18, 2015
Starting Time: 1:00pm Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $89.99
About the critique:

All registrants are invited to submit a picture book manuscript up to 1,000 words, double-spaced in Times New Roman, 12 pt, in a Word.doc. All submitted picture books are guaranteed a written critique by Jodell Sadler, Sadler Children's Literary, or Allison Moore, Assistant Editor at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.


Please Note: Even if you can't attend the live webinar, registering for this live version will enable you to receive the On Demand webinar and a personal critique of your material.Purchasing the On Demand version after the live event will not include a critique.

About the webinar:

Looking to understand picture books? The pacing, the 32-page form, the way art and words interplay, and writing slim is more challenging than many realize. If you are an author or illustrator, this live webinar will help you write picture books that stand out. Empower every word, enjoy your editing process, hone in on key tools and strategies that help you do more with less, while making your work more marketable.


See how exceptional word choices, creating repetitive word strings and behaviors enhance the reader experience and bring out the theme and heart of your story. Learn how to move yourself and your story into a performance that readers will love.

Literary Agent, Jodell Sadler, from Sadler Children's Literary and Allison Moore, Assistant Editor at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, share their tips on preparing your manuscript for publication.

What you'll learn:

Why great pacing makes a huge difference for editors and agents
How to harness your love and bring out the heart of your story
How to pay attention to prosody, pacing, poetry, and performance to make a difference in your picture book project
How to enhance the interaction between art and words
How to apply the rules (and exceptions) for doing more with your own text
How to incorporate performance and "magic" into your work
Ways to move your story to the top of submission piles
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Who should attend:

Writers and illustrators who are interested in writing picture books
Writers who want to publish their picture book
Writers who want to learn what they can do during the editing process
Writers who are looking for tips on how increase their books performance
Writers looking for great ways to write to the heart of their story

Jodell Sadler hosts a variety of online writing workshops, serves as the BOOK LOOK columnist for the The Prairie Wind newsletter, and is available to speak at conferences and events as a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI). Read her full bio >>

Allison Moore is an associate editor at Little Brown Books for Young Readers who works on a wide range of books from illustrated titles for the very young to middle grade and young adult novels. Read her full bio >>

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