children’s book

The secret to self-publishing children’s books

6 min readThe secret to self-publishing children’s books Remember reading Dr. Seuss as a child? The oversized pages, rich with color and stylized text. The sturdy cover bent at the corners from being dragged around and propped open dozens of times. Fingerprints… Continue Reading →

Critterkin is activating young readers in a whole new way

2 min readJena Ball, author of the children’s CritterKin Book Series, is taking the way kids read and interact with her stories and characters to a whole new level. As part of the “CritterKin Be Kind” project, Ball has been working with… Continue Reading →

#WeNeedDiverseBooks: Join the conversation

2 min readRecently a group of authors launched a social media campaign to raise awareness around the significant lack of diversity in children’s literature. These authors, including Ellen Oh, Aisha Saeed and Chelsea Pitcher, hope to bring this issue to the forefront… Continue Reading →

Creativity Strikes! Interview with Children’s Writer Sandra Arthur

5 min readAs the social media manager here at Lulu, I have the lucky task of monitoring our Facebook Page. I can’t tell you what a delight it is to communicate directly with so many of our authors and to get a… Continue Reading →

Focus: Illustrated Books

2 min readWhenever I talk to someone about Lulu, they’re normally surprised to learn that Lulu lets you publish just about anything – not just black and white, text-based books, but full-color photo books, cookbooks, and calendars too.  I especially love the… Continue Reading →

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