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PostSubject: Special Links for Children's/YA   Sun Mar 08, 2009 7:01 am

Please post any links here that you feel are appropiate. Smile

Verla Kay's Website (AKA The Blue Board): http://www.verlakay.com/boards/index.php

This is probably the biggest board out there for this genre. If you need info on a publisher, agent or the industry, this is where to find it. They have 'response times' for most agents/houses that do Children's/YA so you'll have a good idea of how long it might take to get back to your submissions.

Holly Lisle's website: http://hollylisle.com/fm/

A ton of great info here on writing in general for writers of all levels!

Urban Dictionary: http://www.urbandictionary.com/

Need to know the latest lingo and what it means? This is where to find it!
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PostSubject: Re: Special Links for Children's/YA   Sun Mar 08, 2009 7:42 am

Thanks very much. The Blue Board is an awesome site.
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PostSubject: Links for Children/Artists tools   Wed May 13, 2009 3:48 am

Ok i saw this section over on the AW boards and decided to set one up here. If you know of any online resources for authors and illustrators of children's books - please post them here.

No spam/scams puhlease!

Jane Yolen Official Web Site (free)
Official website of the world's most prolific and most published children's author. Jane shares her writing and non-writing life, and answers email questions in her online Journal


This link can answer questions of "How many words is this book and what age is the target?"

Renaissance Learning: Just type in the title and when it comes up, click on the books name.


I've taken the above links from here http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=39596

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25/5 = 1 per year
5/1 = 1 per 5 years

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