How to Submit a Children's Book ManuscriptSubmitting a children's book manuscript
Renowned specialist publishing houses do not want you to find an illuminator, buy an illuminator or do more than offer illustrative options in your text. Once an editors has decided to release your storybook, they choose likely illustrated books by looking at such factors: Or is there a new illuminator you would like to get to know?
Delivers on schedule? If illustrators do good research for the kind storyline, i.e. for a history, the illustrators do research on clothes style, etc., then the illustrators do the same. The publishing house is always looking for ways to increase the sale of your book by comparing it with the best illustrators. As soon as the editors and artist directors have agreed on an artist and the artist has accepted the artwork, the publishing house will take charge of the agreement and the funds that will transfer ownership.
Can you influence the selection of an illuminator? Depending on the respective editors and artists. Once an interviewer asked me to look at several illustrations and kept me informed when the text was sent to a few outlets. With another publishing house, the journalist held things closely to his breast and didn't tell me anything until the illuminator concluded a covenant.
However, you can usually suggest designers, and an editors will always be happy to examine a professionally designed workbook. Then ask the publisher to consider a folder, book of dummies or specimen images. Let the illustrated images be used by the artist. Verify your manuscript. Have you included in the text any action that the illuminator can work with?