Repost: Create a Teacher's Guide...
... a great post from fellow Voyagers anthology author Louise Barbour.
Congratulations, you have written and published a children's book!
Now comes the hard part, promoting and selling your book.
"My" Book ~ The Anthology Containing My Short Story
"Dare Double Dare"
Background Photo by Louise MacBeath Barbour
One way to do this is to create a user-friendly teacher's guide
that you can use during school and library visits, in presentations
at conferences, or as an exhibiter at industry events.
Yes, it's fun to share your book with children,
but make your book user-friendly for teachers
and they will buy copies to use in their classrooms.
Also, parents who homeschool their children
will appreciate a good book with an easy-to-use guide.