How to Publish Books for Kids about Difficult Subjects, Books@Stones, Saturday, 05. September 2020

Share Your Story is a profit for purpose publishing consultancy for aspiring authors.
Many books written for children serve to entertain a younger audience, but some are drafted to help children become aware of and even heal deeper wounds.
Join founder of Share Your Story, Michelle Worthington, at this introductory event to discuss pathways to publication for books written for children but that contain themes of trauma, death, divorce and depression. It can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. Books for children can be tools used by teachers, therapists and caregivers to make a difference in their lives.
Please bring an open mind and allow others to share their story.
Places limited to 10 attendees.
Bookings are essential.

About Michelle Worthington

Michelle Worthington is an award winning author and international guest speaker on the importance of storytelling. Her books have been nominated for the CBCA Picture Book of the Year Award and Speech Pathology Awards. She was awarded a highly commended in the prestigious 2018 Hilarie Lindsay Children's Book Awards. Two-time winner of the International Book Award and finalist in the USA Best Book Awards, Michelle also received a Gellett Burgess Award and a Silver Moonbeam Award for her contribution to celebrating diversity in children's literature. Michelle is also a real life book fairy. Her magic powers include turning coffee into award-winning books. As Founder of Share Your Story Australia, she waves her wand to coach aspiring authors and illustrators all over the world achieve their dreams of publication. Whether she’s a fairy, a mermaid, a pirate or an elf, Michelle celebrates empowering readers and storytellers to dream big.

Saturday, 05. September 2020, Books@Stones, How to Publish Books for Kids about Difficult Subjects

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