Yes, I can do that and much more! I offer one-on-one consulting to other writers about researching, drafting, revising, submitting, promoting, and visiting schools to make presentations about their own nonfiction/picture books!
What are some ways that a school can make an author visit more affordable?Sarah2023-07-25T22:09:13-05:00
The books I’ve got coming out starting in 2021 include:
How to Make a Book (About My Dog) (illustrated by Sarah Horne; Millbrook Press/Lerner Publishing; October 5, 2021)
Sister, Brother, Family: An American Childhood in Music (written by Willie Nelson and Bobbie Nelson; co-written by Chris Barton; illustrated by Kyung Eun Han; Doubleday Books for Young Readers; November 9, 2021)
Moving Forward: From Space-Age Rides to Civil Rights Sit-Ins with Airman Alton Yates (illustrated by Steffi Walthall; Beach Lane Books/Simon & Schuster; January 11, 2022)
Glitter Everywhere: Where It Came From, Where It’s Found & Where It’s Going (illustrated by Chaaya Prabhat; Charlesbridge; 2023)
I’m doing a school project based on one of your books — where can I find more information about the subject?Sarah2021-07-22T14:17:36-05:00
For further research, you might want to take a look at any sources mentioned at the back of my nonfiction books. You should also explore the “Read More” or “Other Links” section on my website page for whichever book of mine you’re interested in.
How can I get a children’s book published?Sarah2021-07-22T14:20:33-05:00