Big publishers and journals frequently acknowledge the brilliant work of those authors who hire our expert editors for children’s books of all age-groups.
Editing children’s books is not the same as editing any other kind of book. You have to look at everything through the lens of a child. Although the world looks a lot more interesting, as an adult, it is a test of the writer’s creative imagination and their understanding of children of the specific age group. We provide specialists in children’s psychology who have the literary background needed to turn an average book into a popular readers’ choice. Let’s talk about your current project and see how we can make it better.
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The word children’s book could mean anything from a picture book to an academic textbook. Every category has focuses that are worlds apart. Our children’s book editing team is divided into experts of each category who specialize in their category like no other.
We will fine-tune your words to make the book engaging for the respective age-group. We also provide consultation on the development of fiction for young adults and fiction. Your book needs to hit the bullseye on all the notions that are important to the focused age-group. Hire a professional children’s book editor here to get recommendations that personalize and transform an otherwise boring book into an exciting sensation among children.
With Ghostbookwriters, you can get specialized children’s book editorial services in the following categories:
Reserve your spot on the schedule by filling a simple brief form from this webpage. It will take less than five minutes of your precious time.
Upon receiving the form, one of our cordial project managers will instantly contact you to take all the essential details regarding your book.
Based on the information you’ve provided, an editor who is suitable for your book’s category will be selected from our children’s book editing team.
The selected editor puts your manuscript under a microscope and deconstructs all of its elements rigorously.
The editor sends you an edited version of your manuscript using the “Track Changes” tool, along with in-depth guidelines and recommendations for rewriting where required.
Only after both you and our editor approve of the book, it is sent for proofreading for a final touch to make your book publish-ready.
First of all, know your audience and which age group they belong to. Then using that as a filter on your brain, go through the book from the beginning to end, making the following changes where required:
You can find excellent editing services on the internet. A quick internet search can get you a ton of options. Almost every one of those options will have a working process. Let go of the ones who don’t. Out of the ones who do, find the one that works best for you.
Talk to a few of them, find out if they can communicate well, whether they understand your requirements, and how much they charge. Through communication, you can discover a lot about how professional they are and how good they’re likely to turn out to be.
Do not be reluctant to spend some extra bucks if a service seems a little more expensive than the other. See how much value they’re offering you for your money. Then select the one who provides the most value, not necessarily the cheapest one.
Children’s books ideally offer a valuable lesson for them. But you want to make them believe that the lesson is worth caring about. In order for them to care about it, you need a conflict over something that children of that age group care about in general. Tie that conflict with the lesson and work backward to devise a plot for your book. Write down the plot on a single page (not more than that), and you should be able to see if it’s plausible or not.
Observe the children around and see what they focus on, how they talk, what things attract them in a room full of objects, what affects them, what they do not care about at all, etc.
Examine other books of that age-group and see which ones are selling and which ones aren’t. Take direct reviews from the end-users. Children can be refreshingly blunt and honest about their opinions. Talk to them to see what they like about their favourite book, and then try to listen to the message hidden in their answer. Lastly, when you do get an idea, do not spend too much time worrying if it’s going to work or not. Just start writing. A professional children’s book editor can help you turn the raw manuscript into a refined book that works in the end.
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