Take 10 minutes to get 15 excellent book marketing tips from author Kristen Martin. They’ll reinforce what you’re already doing and spark ideas for what you could be doing!
Tip 1: Give the gift that keeps on giving: Books!
Tip 2: Take advantage of hundreds of new children’s books.
A very bored snail named Sidney is just about to snail out of Slipperyville in search of adventure—when an old friend convinces him to give his surroundings one last look.
Just when he least expects it, Sidney starts discovering the magic in ordinary things.
Why you need this book:
If you’re tired of hearing “I’m bored!” and “There’s nothing to do!” in your house or classroom, this book will help kids gain a new perspective of their own surroundings, and find magic and meaningfulness even in the simplest things.
With delightful black & white illustrations on matte paper, “What’s At the End of Your Nose?” can also be used as a coloring book. Also available on Kindle and free on Kindle Unlimited.
There’s a guinea pig named George who really, truly, absolutely thinks he’s a doctor. He sees no reason not to—he goes along on house calls, after all!
Then one day he sets off on a very “pig-culiar” adventure, and it turns out that he’s not the only one who believes he’s an absolutely-really-truly doctor.
Why you need this book:
This story helps show kids (and the rest of us) that yes, they can be what they want to be, even if their dreams seem out of reach.
With full-color illustrations on glossy paper, “Dr. Guinea Pig George” is sure to delight animal lovers and more! Also available on Kindle and free on Kindle Unlimited.
And now! Browse through the wealth of children’s books to find more stories your kids will love at the SCBWI Bookstop. These pages should be up through the end of November 2017.
I do have two pages there myself, if you’ve read this far and are interested. 🙂
>>This way to What’s at the End of Your Nose? to join Sidney Snail’s adventure!
>>This way to Dr. Guinea Pig George with a very pig-culiar situation!
I remember being asked by a career coach at the start of my career, “What is your best asset?”
I answered, “Myself!” It seemed logical to me.
Mind you, I didn’t think I was at the start of any career, I was just happy to be employed. It was more the norm then: School, college, job.
Now I pay much more attention to what I’m doing and why. So when I saw this-11 Remarkably Effective Ways to Lead by Example-it seemed to be the right time. And time to brush up on some of these skills!
Time to brush up on some of these skills.