If you’re a children’s writer, you probably already know about Children’s Book Week–but just in case you don’t…wheeee! It’s Children’s Book Week!
What that means for you is the way cool poster by David Wiesner (it’s free!) that you can send off for and have mailed to your very own home or library or school. Or the way cool bookmark by Lane Smith (also free!) that you can print off, paste to cardboard, and have for your very own books. And the Children’s Choice Book Awards (How many have YOU read?) that represent tons of kiddie votes. (P.S. I’ve got some Middle Grade reading to do.)
And now that you’re all pumped up about Children’s Book Week, you’re ready to do what it takes to get your own book out there to the kiddies, right? So you might want to check out the Pens for Paws Auction where writers are auctioning off all kinds of lovely things. Including manuscript critiques! Wheee!
Or maybe you just love kitties. Either way, off you go–the auction’s like Children’s Book Week: Ending May 13th!!!!
I printed out the list of winners and finalists to help me pick out books for my niece and nephew. Okay, and for myself. 🙂
There are some good ‘uns, Madeline–and you know kids will love ’em! (You’ll love ’em, too!) 😉
Dang, I had no idea it was Children’s Book Week! Good to have a friend in the know!
Oh, Vicky…you know it’s May now, right? 😉
Cathy, you are so energetic. Must be sweet tea. Read and write on!
Er, I only drink UNsweetened tea, Linda. I know–I’m a disgrace to my roots. 😉
Thanks for the shoutout for the auction, Cathy! The critiques are generating a lot of interest (and much-needed funds for the kitties)!
You’re SO welcome! I was going to bid on one of those critiques but then-oh! Shiny-shiny. (I got sucked in by a sparkly.) 😉
Well, lots more of both to come, if you don’t end up with what you want!
Oooh, tons of good stuff! Thanks, Cath! Can’t wait to get more books to read!