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That helps so much Ariel!

The Basics of Children's Writing and Illustrating

Thank you for the insight into your very busy, but probably fun, and interesting job. I can just imagine all of the books waiting in those boxes, really hoping they leave a lasting impression when it is their turn to shine :. Hope my book is seen to have potential.

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Thank you for taking the time to answer all of our questions. Best of luck with all of your decisions! Rodman Lok April 12, at pm. If I finished a 30 pages illustrated children book and I want to submit to Chronicle Books, should I send the whole 30 pages story or part of it? Can you give me any suggestion? Ariel April 13, at pm. Rodman Lok April 13, at pm. Lei April 14, at am.

I agree on what you said about doing a research first on which publishers might be a good fit for the manuscript. It is very essential to know if the publisher might be interested or not. Great help Ariel! Terri DeGezelle April 30, at am.

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Very well said. Thank you for giving us a peek into your world. Ariel May 2, at pm. Stephanie P. Van Horn June 17, at am. Thank you for such detailed insight! It is nice to see where a piece of my heart lands! Much continued success to all of you. Debbie Teague June 25, at pm. Dear Ariel and Team; thank you so much for this very informative blog and the brief glimpse into your work days. Chronicle has published many wonderful books.

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I have some followers on Amazon and am looking forward to working with Chronicle. Thanks again and have a blessed day. Michelle Maddox July 15, at am. Thank you for this blog! Especially…Dear Sir.. Greg Romero July 22, at pm. First let me also thank you for writing this wonderfully helpful article, and for your graciousness in answering all of these follow-up questions. Do you mind me asking if that is true? Ariel July 25, at pm. Hi Greg, Thanks so much for the kind words! We know that it takes us some time to review, and we know you may want to pursue multiple avenues to publication.

Two related cautionary notes: sometimes when people submit to multiple publishers they mix up our names—so do keep a close eye on that. We also hope authors will do a little research about our list, and what might be a good fit, rather than doing a blanket mailing to dozens of publishers. Greg Romero July 25, at pm. Ariel, thank you so much for this thoughtful reply.

I appreciate all the extra effort you are putting into your work here. Ariel July 26, at pm. Renny July 29, at am. Rebecca August 1, at am. Ariel August 1, at am. The volume would be too overwhelming. You can read our complete submissions guidelines here! Kimberly Sciortino August 6, at pm. Hi Ariel, First of all, great article! I loved seeing all of the editors relaxing on the couch while reading all the submissions! What I enjoyed most is just how kind you are with all of your responses, along with how thorough each of your replies are. One thing I am constantly telling my students is the importance of putting positive energy out into the world, and how positive energy will come back to you.

I have been a Special Education Teacher for over 12 years and I incorporate chapter books, picture books, poetry, etc. My students love when I read and I adore seeing them get so much joy out of it.

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I was hoping you could answer a couple of questions… I have written 2 picture books [that are complete- and more on the way]. One is a picture book dummy and the other is just a written manuscript. I would submit them separately, correct? What are the guidelines on picture book dummies as far as format?

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Can I just color copy the complete book on regular copy paper? Would I just submit the entire book in a regular manila folder? Thanks again for such a great article, Kim. Ariel Richardson August 8, at am.

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  • Kim, What a sweet note—thank you! Good questions. Wishing you the very best of luck!!

    Kimberly Sciortino August 8, at pm. Just trying to read as many articles as I can about the whole process. I tweaked, revised, tweaked it some more… and when I thought I was done… revised again! Being in the schools around elementary students made me realize how important it is to start THAT conversation and to encourage children to appreciate those differences around us. I will be sending my picture book dummy out tomorrow. It will be a simultaneous submission [which I did note in my query letter since you noted that]. I am sending both manuscripts to Chronicle Books tomorrow with Attention to your name.

    I know you said if we send it to a particular editor that it might not be read by the editor you sent it to. Perhaps one of my manuscripts will be a good fit!

    I did not include any candy in the envelope. I laughed out loud when I read that. Does that really happen??? Ariel August 19, at pm. Ha, yes, it does really happen :. This is all wonderful—looking forward to reviewing! Melissa Dyanne Bartlett August 22, at pm.