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You can't "beat" the special stresses that writers face–but you can learn to manage them. by Cat Michaels
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The Joy of Donating from the Heart

Deidre Lane

Volunteering my artistic talent and works to people, places, hospitals, and daycares in need of children’s art has opened part of my heart that I didn’t know existed. Every little bit does help those who are looking for a little bit of help.
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Celebrating "Yester-Times"

Our authors share their artistic journey - combining stickers and picture books to create a unique interactive experience between adults and young children.

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Growing an Audience for Your Work - A Personal Journey

Good pictures, daily posts, just do it attitude - dabbed in a tad of courage!

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A Writer's Dilemma
Rhyming is what I seem always to do. Should I reform and try something new? more stories & poetry »
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What Girls Are Made Of written by Elana K. Arnold

Sugar and spice and all things nice? Wrong. This is a gritty novel showing the erasure of women. Nina’s mother says there’s no such things as unconditional love. Nina’s mother is an art historian specializing in Renaissance virgin saints. This underlies Nina’s experience.

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Ivana Beschreiben edits "The Tardy Horseman"

COMING SOON! CWG Online will be featuring edits of reader-submitted manuscripts! This article (and the other examples) provides a demonstration of how our online edits will work. Our editors' comments on manuscripts can be toggled on and off at the appropriate point in the manuscript, and a full legend of editing symbols is available for basic changes. Take a preview, and perhaps submit a manuscript of your own!

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Highlights Magazine

Hands down, the biggest thrill is to get a letter from a kid saying, "I loved your book. Will you write me another one?"

Kate DiCamillo