ABCS OF AN AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR VISIT by Sharron McElmeel 2nd ed. (Linworth, 2001).
AN AUTHOR'S GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S BOOK PROMOTION by Susan Salzman Raab (Raab Associates, 2005)(9th edition).
The Association of Authors' Representatives; see FAQ.
Attorney Interview: Aimee Bissonette on Law & Publishing from Cynsations.
Author & Illustrator Visits by Toni Buzzeo.
COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE TO PUBLISHING CHILDREN'S BOOKS by Harold Underdown (Alpha Books, 2001).
Editorial Anonymous: a blog of a children's book editor.
THE GIBLIN GUIDE TO WRITING CHILDREN'S BOOKS by James Cross Giblin (Writer's Institute Publications, 2005)(fourth edition—revised and updated).
How to Write a Query from Agent Query.
IT'S A BUNNY-EAT-BUNNY WORLD: A WRITER'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING AND THRIVING IN TODAY'S COMPETITIVE CHILDREN'S BOOK MARKET by Olga Litowinsky (Walker, 2001).
Literary Agents Directory at Writers.net.
The Purple Crayon: A Children's Book Editor's Site, especially The How-Do-I-Get-Published Quiz, Children's Book Agents and Artists' Representatives: A Primer, Finding and Choosing Literary Agents, and Publishing Glossary.
SELF-EDITING FOR FICTION WRITERS: HOW TO EDIT YOURSELF INTO PRINT by Renni Browne and Dave King with illustrations by George Booth (HarperCollins, 1994).
SOME WRITERS DESERVE TO STARVE! 21 BRUTAL TRUTHS ABOUT THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY by Elaura Niles (Writer’s Digest, 2005).
TERRIFIC CONNECTIONS WITH AUTHORS, ILLUSTRATORS AND STORYTELLERS: REAL SPACE AND VIRTUAL LINKS by Toni Buzzeo and Jane Kurtz (Libraries Unlimited, 1999).
A Terrific Query Letter by Jenny Bent, literary agent.
Why I Don't Have an Agent or Doing the Math by author Barbara Kanninen.
Why I Have an Agent by author Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen.
Writer Beware by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
See also the related links on my main site.