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Self-publishing & Marketing Children’s Picture Books: KAREN INGLIS

Self-publishing & Marketing Children’s Picture Books: KAREN INGLIS

Hear London-based children’s author, Karen Inglis, talk through top tips and home truths about self-publishing children’s picture books – including why print and selling face-to-face matters, costing your project, finding illustrators and making the most of your artwork to plan, promote and run school events and to support local bookshops.

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  1. I’m a member of ALLI and heard about your work on an Alli Podcast. I have self published a children’s picture/story book. It’s targeted to children in the 8 – 10 year old age range. Here’s my elevator sentence: In Ogi Bogi, The Elephant Yogi: Stories About Yoga for Children, readers will find a collection of original stories that teach children how to attain this state of awareness and use it to deal with issues like self-confidence, social skills, emotions (pleasant, intense or painful), peer pressure and academic success. The stories provide clear examples, in child friendly language that help children make a direct connection between a real life situation, a specific exercise and its effect, and through that process learn to manage emotions and reduce stress.
    It’s done OK for a first effort but now I’m wondering about the possibility of taking it to the next level – any advice or resources you can share will be appreciated. Thanks!

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