How to Publish a Children's Book with ScholasticWhere can I publish a children's book with Scholastic?
Submitting a book to Scholastic
Scholastic, the world's biggest publishing house for children's literature, is at the top of the emerging author's census. We publish both new and existing titles, so you don't need a success story to attract a bookstore. Submission of a script requires an assistant unless you are a practising instructor.
Scholastic, like most major publishing houses, will accept entries from agent, not emerging writers. This is the only exemption if you are a Scholastic Professional Books Instructor. In this programme, 80 to 100 books are published annually on particular curricula, often on the basis of research in one's own schoolroom.
Textbooks, textbooks, 4-8th grade and the Scholastic Reference Library. This website will explain what Scholastic is looking for in each of the categories. Send a printed, filled out script by post to the Submissions Editor, Scholastic Teaching Resources, 557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012. Please keep a copy of your paper as Scholastic will not send your entry back.
By accepting contributions from instructors and pedagogues only, attach a CV, biography or other supporting documents to your teacher training background. The Scholastic Professional Books programme also includes lesson plans or pitching. In order to enter a bid, create a tapped sketch of your concept, an example of the activity you will involve, the class stage the concept is targeted at, and a directory that outlines the book outlines.
The Scholastic would also like to see an example section. Send the paper version of the document with a CV and, if applicable, examples of other dissertations to the Submission Notepad. On the basis of the original idea, the publisher will check your book to see how useful it is to working teachers, how well it matches the Scholastic Professional Books programme and whether the firm believes the book will be sold.
The Scholastic project is receiving an immense number of scripts and can take about 24 to 30 working days. The Scholastic does not openly welcome contributions from writers. Rather, you need to find an agents to replace you, which can be hard if you haven't been public. The latest edition of the Children's Writer's and Illustrator's Markets serves as a basis.
The book contains more than 500 entries for frahlings, publishing houses and children's book stores and is considered the most popular book for children's authors whose aim is to be made known. It will cost about $20 or you should find it in your home collection. As soon as you find the right representative for you, your sales representative will file the book with Scholastic for you and arrange the agreement if it is sold.