|Touch and feel board book|
You mention two kinds of books here: board books and novelty books. These are two different things. Traditional board books are generally board book editions of previously published picture books. Publishers tend to select these titles based on its success as a picture book, and the appropriate target age.
When you decided to write these small books for children did you send in your manuscripts with illustrations? How many changes did you have to do with the illustrations per the publisher as compared to text changes?
Have you ever done illustrations for other author’s stories? If so how is that handled? Do you just come up with your own ideas or do the author or publisher give you suggestions?
How long does it usually take for one of your books to go from publication acceptance to being at the book store?
|Kaleidoscope lens in book form!|
|Features cut-out designs of animals|