Learn how to write a children’s book kids actually want to read. 👇
So you’ve decided to write a kid’s book . . .
Before you get too far, let us squash some common misconceptions you might have about the writing process.
“Thank you for all. your wonderful suggestions! I could have never even gotten close to writing a good children’s book without your help.”
Hi, I’m Brooke Van Sickle, and I want to help you write a FUN children’s book.
Let’s be honest, children’s books are deceptively difficult to write. After all, if you flip through a picture book, there are hardly any words on the page and you can probably read an entire chapter book in just a few hours. However, the time, skill, and craft that went into creating them is a lot more than it seems.
At Journey to Kidlit, we believe EVERY story deserves a place on a child’s bookshelf when you can write it well enough. Which is why all our products and services are designed to show you the steps it takes to write a good book — not just an okay story that a kid’s going to chuck on the floor in favor of something better. Starting with our children’s book template.
Journey to Kidlit has helped me, not only to write a good book, but know how I should publish and present it to the public. I have set up three readings with several Barnes and Nobles stores after the Internet release of my first children’s book. I’m stoked! Journey to Kidlit gave me the confidence I needed! Thank you.
Committed to putting more quality children’s books on bookshelves.
Our goal is to get 10,000 new children’s books onto bookshelves in 10 years that are worthy of a child’s time.