The Gift of Reading
Donating books is a humble act of charity with huge rewards. by Tracy Bryan
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Trailing Joy 9: A Marketer’s Guide to Pricing Your Book Consumer Product

Kristen Heimerl

Pricing your book is a lot like creating it: part art and part science. There's no “one perfect price point.” There are many options, each of which will influence your sales–and your buyer’s behavior. Here are four key insights into pricing your book from a career consumer marketer.
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The Art of It

Anything will reveal its secrets if you love it enough.

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The Creation of What a Mess! A Pop-Up Misadventure

By day, Keith Allen is a Senior Product designer at a large greeting card company. But, on his own time... he makes pop-up books!

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The Mermaid's Tears
One dark, storm-ravaged night, with ripping sails and mast, a schooner sought out safety... more stories & poetry »
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The Lie Tree written by Frances Hardinge

In Victorian England, when women were thought to be inferior to men, 14 year old Faith Sunderly is inquisitive and clever enough to pursue justice and revenge. Winner of England’s prestigious Costa Book of the Year (formerly Whitbread), this is the first children’s book to win since Philip Pullman’s Amber Spyglass in 2001. It’s a wow!

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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