Best childrenspublishing podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
Do you want to learn how to write a children's book? Make money writing for children's magazines? Every Friday the Writing for Children podcast publishes from The Institute of Children's Literature. Since 1969, ICL has taught over 470,205 aspiring writers. Listen to the director of both The Institute for Writers and The Institute of Children's Literature and bestselling children's author Katie Davis host the show as she focuses on the craft of writing for children. She talks about how to wri ...
 
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Brain Burps About Books: How to Create Your Author Platform, Adult and Children's Book Publishing, Book Marketing Podcast
 
Author Katie Davis hosts Brain Burps About Books as a "fly on the wall" show. It's all about the craft and business of children's publishing, including both traditional and independent book publishing information. CHECK OUT KATIE'S NEW SHOW, WRITING FOR CHILDREN. Go to writingforchildren.com. Interviews with experts cover publishing, creating, promoting, and writing books. Are you an aspiring writer who'd like to know the inside scoop on how others got their books published? Kid's books? Ind ...
 
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Down The Rabbit Hole
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DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE is a live monthly show all about children’s books, presented by three children’s publishing insiders - Katherine Woodfine, Melissa Cox & Louise Lamont. Each episode features special studio guests, author and illustrator interviews, and reviews of the very best new books for children - from picture books through to young adult novels.
 
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Telling Lies to Children
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Join award-winning children's author, Paul Durham, as he and his weekly guests give you a behind-the-scenes look at the children's publishing industry.
 
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Candlewick Press Presents
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Candlewick Press Presents is a new audio podcast about the storytellers behind your favorite children’s books! To celebrate Candlewick Press’s twenty-fifth anniversary, we sat down with local authors and illustrators of picture books, board books, and middle-grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction to discuss their journeys into the world of children’s publishing.
 
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Harper's Young People, Vol. 01, Issue 02, Nov. 11, 1879 by VARIOUS
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
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Harper's Young People, Vol. 01, Issue 01, Nov. 4, 1879 by VARIOUS
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories,fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
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National Federation of the Blind - Future Reflections
 
Future Reflections is a Magazine for Parents and Teachers of Blind Children published by the American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults in partnership with the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children.
 
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Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue at Christmas Tree Cove by HOPE, Laura Lee
 
Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue were featured in a series of 20 books for young children published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate from 1916-1930. In this adventure, first published in 1920, Bunny and Sue lose a valuable possession belonging to their mother. They have many adventures and misadventures during a family boating vacation to Christmas Tree Cove. (Introduction by S. McGaughey) Read in duet by Rose 264 and Sean McGaughey.
 
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Master Key, The by BAUM, L. Frank
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The Master Key was one of Baum's earliest full length fantasy books for children, published in 1901 just one year after The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The protagonist, Rob, while experimenting in his workshop, accidentally summons up an electrical fairy who presents him with electrical devices so advanced as to seem magical. His gifts include a flying contraption, a stun gun, and something resembling an omniscient portable TV set. Rob travels the world, rendering assistance to European heads of ...
 
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This Country of Ours, Part 6 by MARSHALL, Henrietta Elizabeth
 
Another fine history book for children! Published in 1917, Marshall's book of stories from the history of the United States begins with accounts of exploration and settlement, and ends with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. This is Part 6: Stories of the Struggle for Liberty, from chapter 51 (The Boston Tea-Party) to chapter 63 (A Turning Point in the World's History). Read along and view the original illustrations at http://mainlesson.com/ . Part 1: http://librivox.org/this-country-of-ours- ...
 
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This Country of Ours, Part 5 by MARSHALL, Henrietta Elizabeth
 
Another fine history book for children! Published in 1917, Marshall's book of stories from the history of the United States begins with accounts of exploration and settlement, and ends with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. This is Part 5: Stories of the French in America, from chapter 45 (How the Mississippi was Discovered) to chapter 50 (The Rebellion of Pontiac). Read along and view the original illustrations at http://mainlesson.com/ . Part 1: http://librivox.org/this-country-of-ours-par ...
 
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This Country of Ours, Part 1 by MARSHALL, Henrietta Elizabeth
 
Another fine history book for children! Published in 1917, Marshall’s book of stories from the history of the United States begins with accounts of exploration and settlement, and ends with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. This is Part 1: Stories of Explorers and Pioneers, from Leif Ericson to Sir Walter Raleigh. Read along and view the original illustrations at mainlesson.com. Part 2: http://librivox.org/this-country-of-ours-part-2-by-h-e-marshall/ Part 3: http://librivox.org/this-country- ...
 
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Cecil & Celeste are joined by Kirby McCurtis to discuss the images our children consume in pop culture and where those images come from. What are the modern alternatives to these established and harmful depictions? The diversity gap in children's publishing is overwhel...
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
WHY SUBMISSION GUIDELINES MATTER Many times, editors finally find time to dig into the slush pile or they open their email and check out submissions and get a disappointing surprise. People send poetry for children to publishers who list “no poetry” right in their guidelines. People send fiction for children to publishers who only publish nonfi ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
MAKE A LIST AND CHECK IT TWICE As you work through your revision and polish up your work, don’t forget dialogue. Few things can do more for your story than good dialogue, so it’s worthwhile to get it right. ___Check that all spoken dialogue is enclosed in quotation marks and that punctuation occurs inside the quotation marks. [Enclosing all pun ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
DON'T KILL THE QUERY Among cover and query letters for children’s fiction, there exists one absolutely killer mistake that is frequently made by new writers. They forget why children read fiction. Most fiction that you write and will sell will not be assigned as homework, so none of the children who read it will be forced to read it. They must ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
CREATING CONFLICT Every story needs conflict. The tension of resolving that conflict is what compels the audience to read all the way to the end of your book. Today we look at 7 tips for creating conflict. 1. Be certain your main character has a worthy, noble goal. No one likes a shallow greedy protagonist. Be sure it’s a realistic goal as well ...…
 
Fran Orenstein, Ed.D. is the founder of Sunwriter, a multi-faceted writing project. This award-winning poet and writer wrote her first poem at age eight, submitted a short story to a magazine at twelve, continued to write professionally and academically, and is the published author of fiction novels for children, ‘tweens, teens, and adults, and ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
WHAT MAGAZINE EDITORS WANT 1. Magazines are often picky about their nonfiction magazine sources. Although few prohibit using Internet sources, they should never be your only–or even your main sources. And never, ever use Wikipedia as a source. 2. One good thing websites are good for is pointing you toward primary sources that you can contact by ...…
 
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Telling Lies to Children
 
Middle grade author Dana Alison Levy was nice enough to join me again at Water Street Bookstore in Exeter, NH. Her new novel, This Would Make A Good Story Someday, is out now and has already earned high praise (including a starred review from Booklist). Despite our tendency to be sidetracked by gross parasite facts and surfing cats, we actually ...…
 
Make no mistakes! Many of the kids living on the streets of India are very talented. A group of homeless children are making their voice and aspirations heard through a newspaper called Balaknama! They are being helped by a NGO called Chetna. &...()
 
Episode Tease One of the most wonderful things in this world to do is to read to a child. Nothing can match seeing their sweet faces light up as they enjoy the stories and learn more and more about the world around them. It's a very special bonding time for both the adult and the child. Some are in a situation where their work keeps them travel ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
LITTLE THINGS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE Have you hit a roadblock with your writing? You got the story down, but something seems to be missing? Or you just know it can be better, but you don't know where to start? Today we touch on 7 things you can do to bump up your story. 1. Make your story stink! Consider the sensory detail in your work. Stud ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
ARE YOU PROPERLY FORMATTING YOUR DIALOGUE? Formatting dialogue in any manuscript can be perplexing. Follow these 8 guidelines so you don't get tripped up by tricky dialogue. 1. Check that all spoken dialogue is enclosed in quotation marks and that punctuation occurs inside the quotation marks. [Enclosing all punctuation within the quotes is sta ...…
 
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Writing for Children: How to Write a Children's Book, Writing for Magazines, Getting Paid for Writing, Getting Published
 
DO YOU KNOW YOUR CHARACTER? Consider asking yourself (or your character) these questions. The answers will help you understand your character's motivation and how their mind works. You may not use any of the answers in your actual story, but knowing the answers will help you write a more fully developed character. 1. Interview your character. I ...…
 
In Part Two of this file the prolific, multiple award-winning, New York Times bestselling author, Catherynne M. Valente, took a break at her spooky writer’s island to chat with me about her superhero origin story, earning street cred with readers, and her truly unique process. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By Discover why 201,344 website owner ...…
 
Now with Memorial Day in the United States coming up, I wanted to have an episode on rabbit memorials from personal memorials to public memorials and statues. We will also cover Brer Rabbit Fools Sis Cow, A Georgia Folktale. The Plant of the Week: Shepard's Purse. The Word of the Week: Ancestry. And conclude with the News. We will start with id ...…
 
The prolific, multiple award-winning, New York Times bestselling author, Catherynne M. Valente, took a break at her spooky writer’s island to chat with me about her superhero origin story, earning street cred with readers, and her truly unique process. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By Discover why 201,344 website owners trust StudioPress, the ...…
 
This episode we are extremely excited to interview Isaac Childres, publisher and creator of Gloomhaven. We have a good time talking about his other games and Gloomhaven as a whole. Check out the 2nd printing on Kickstarter before it ends, you won't be sorry you did! Thanks for listening!
 
JTE's Eli Kean interviews Kara Naidoo and Susan A. Kirch about their article, Candidates Use a New Teacher Development Process, Transformative Reflection, to Identify and Address Teaching and Learning Problems in Their Work With Children, published on June 23rd, 2016.
 
Laura Interviewed Director Tony Shaff live at SXSW before the premiere. 44 Pages is a documentary by Tony Shaff produced by Rebecca Green and Laura Smith that follows the creation of the 70th anniversary issue of Highlights for Children Magazine - the most popular children's magazine in the world. The film goes behind the scenes of the June iss ...…
 
Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with David B. Kantor, MD, PhD, about the article, Ultrasound Guidance and Other Determinants of Successful Peripheral Artery Catheterization in Critically Ill Children, published in the December 2016 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.By info@sccm.org (SCCM).
 
Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with David B. Kantor, MD, PhD, about the article, Ultrasound Guidance and Other Determinants of Successful Peripheral Artery Catheterization in Critically Ill Children, published in the December 2016 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.By jcorlaci@sccm.org (SCCM).
 
Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with David B. Kantor, MD, PhD, about the article, Ultrasound Guidance and Other Determinants of Successful Peripheral Artery Catheterization in Critically Ill Children, published in the December 2016 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.By info@sccm.org (SCCM).
 
Author Angelina Grigoryeva discusses her article, "Own Gender, Sibling's Gender, Parent's Gender: The Division of Elderly Parent Care among Adult Children," published in the February 2017 issue of American Sociological Review.
 
In our latest episode, we bring to you the first-ever Print Run interview, a conversation with author and librarian Lily Anderson (@ms_lilyanderson). We talk about her upcoming book, her experience in the publishing process, how her work as a school librarian gives her unique insight into children’s publishing, what she’d change about the indus ...…
 
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First Draft with Sarah Enni
 
The delightful Rhoda Belleza, debut author of EMPRESS OF A THOUSAND SKIES, on being a slow reader, hating dress codes, working with teens to develop professional skills, and magical trolls who hide things in your house. Rhoda Belleza Show Notes My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (TV show) Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls The Babysitters Club by Ann ...…
 
There's a rumour out there that children's publishers hate rhyming books. That it's a waste of time writing one. Is this true? Surely not!
 
Intro Hi and welcome to Books Between - a podcast for teachers, parents, librarians, and anyone who wants to connect middle grade kids to books they will love. I’m your host, Corrina Allen - a mom of two and a 5th grade teacher. My students worked so hard this week that we took a break Friday afternoon and watched the first episode of A Series ...…
 
The idea of food affecting behavior and attention has been around for decades. Certain foods help our children learn, focus and behave in a world full of distraction while others, such as artificial food dyes, seem to hinder these skills.Foods containing food dyes have come under scrutiny. One study estimates that 43% of what kids eat contain a ...…
 
Joining me on today’s episode of the Financial Independence Podcast are FIRECracker (Kristy) and Wanderer (Bryce) from Millennial Revolution! Kristy and Bryce exploded onto the scene after a video clip of them attacking the religion of homeownership went viral (it is now the most-viewed and most-shared video on CBC.ca, Canada’s largest news web ...…
 
Our NaNoWriMo special features writing tips and advice from our three studio guests - top children's publisher Barry Cunningham, author Natasha Farrant, and author/screenwriter Catherine Johnson. Plus Louise meets bestselling YA author Jennifer Niven to hear about her approach to writing.
 
In this week’s episode we dive into an issue that all early childhood professionals will encounter in their career – young children with challenging behavior. We discuss how to understand the behavior, preventative strategies, and responding effectively to challenging behavior when it happens in your preschool or daycare programs. Our guest, Ba ...…
 
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Dublin City Public Libraries' Podcasts
 
A tips and advice session aimed at writers of children's literature presented by Barry Cunningham and Mary Byrne. The practical advice centred on elements of successful children's literature and the publishing and marketing process. In association with the Verbal Arts Centre in Derry. Recorded at Dublin City Library and Archive on 23 February 2 ...…
 
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