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2 comments

  1. Anne Silver

    My grandchildren and I have just self-published a book entitled You Are Special Too, set in Africa and using animals to illustrate the loneliness of discrimination and bullying and the joy of recognizing differences and celebrating diversity. The book was illustrated by Gaye Sanders Fisher, a well known water colorist from Charleston, South Carolina, who fell in love with the book and wanted to be part of it.

    How would you recommend we get the word out about this book and hopefully get it into chiidren’s libraries?

  2. Dan Bostrom Post author

    Hi Anne,

    Congratulations on publishing your book! That’s quite an accomplishment. We get this question a lot. Usually we recommend this fact sheet from the ALA Library which contains helpful information about the publishing industry and the library market in general.

    Thanks!

    Dan

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