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Anyone can write a children’s book

22 Nov

Yes, this is true.  Anyone can write a children’s book.  Madonna, Jay Leno, Whoopi Goldberg and yes, even John Travolta.  But what makes yours so special?  http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/lists/2011/06/celebrities-who-have-written-children-books.html

Find a target audience.  You will see that many of these famous people have a target of whom they want to reach.  That is a good place to start.  Bud & Roo’s Spectacular Adventures is focused on the 0-5 age group or as some book distributors such as The Guardian Book Shop like to label it as 7 and under.

After you find out your target audience go find out what they are reading and see what they’re interested in.  The age group whom you target your children’s book is your worst critic.

Anyone can write a children’s book.  However, whether or not it’s good or not is another question.  It has to be interesting to the targeted audience you are marketing it to as well as have a good platform to be able to sell.

 

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