Category: Children’s Books

How to Control the ‘Snit’
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How to Control the ‘Snit’

Mental health is in the forefront today, so I want to take a moment to stress the importance of noticing your child’s emotional needs early. Children form their social norms at such a young age that noticing needs early is critical. Children develop both physically and socially at such a fast pace, they don’t always...

Creating Your Narrative Sequence
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Creating Your Narrative Sequence

Part 2 of a Series on Writing Good Children’s Books- Children want to be entertained. Simple and pure. Just like adults, they enjoy an exciting story and you must carefully consider the order of events for each age group. Depending on the age of your reader, the narrative may or may not follow the events...

Read to Your Child
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Read to Your Child

In preparation for our new release, Pearls for Pearl by Amber Heaton, I want to take a moment to remind everyone why it’s important to read to your child. Did you know it’s never too early to read to your child? “It’s so important to start reading from Day One,”  [Liza Baker] says. “The sound of...

8 Steps to Getting Your Book Published
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8 Steps to Getting Your Book Published

Help Crimson Dragon Publishing Say “Yes!” to your next Children’s Book As an independent publisher with open submissions, we see a lot of manuscripts. It would be nice if we could publish every one, but that just isn’t possible. Follow these guidelines to make your submission stand out in a good way. Audience Know your...

7 Keys to Writing Children’s Books
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7 Keys to Writing Children’s Books

Writing your children’s book doesn’t have to be hard, but there are a few key ideas you need to remember. What do you like to read? Mystery, suspense, science fiction, fantasy, comedy, or maybe crime drama? Kids like all those genres, too! So, pick a genre you enjoy and write to kids. Every story needs...