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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




Over 34,000 copies sold! 


Highlights for Children Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, February 12, 2011 Under: Children's
HIGHLIGHTS FOR CHILDREN
http://www.highlights.com/contributor-guidelines

Fiction - Stories for younger readers (ages three to seven) should have 500 words or fewer and should not seem babyish to older readers. Stories for older readers (ages eight to twelve) should have 800 words or fewer and should be appealing to
younger readers if read aloud. Pays $150.
Rebus - Geared toward beginning readers, rebuses should feature a variety of familiar words that can easily be shown as pictures. Should have 120 words or fewer. Rebuses with a surprise or twist at the end often work best.
Verse - Purchased sparingly, is rarely longer than sixteen lines and should be meaningful for young readers. Pays $25.
Nonfiction - Includes science, arts, biography, autobiography, sports, world cultures, economics, service/self-help, careers, adventure, and history. Should have 800 words or fewer. Nonfiction articles geared to our younger readers (ages three to seven) are especially welcome. These should not exceed 500 words. Pays $150 and up.
Gallant Kids articles should have 400 words or fewer. They should focus on children who are serving others through unique, interesting, kid-generated projects.
Pays $150 and up.
 

In : Children's 



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Highlights for Children Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, February 12, 2011 Under: Children's
HIGHLIGHTS FOR CHILDREN
http://www.highlights.com/contributor-guidelines

Fiction - Stories for younger readers (ages three to seven) should have 500 words or fewer and should not seem babyish to older readers. Stories for older readers (ages eight to twelve) should have 800 words or fewer and should be appealing to
younger readers if read aloud. Pays $150.
Rebus - Geared toward beginning readers, rebuses should feature a variety of familiar words that can easily be shown as pictures. Should have 120 words or fewer. Rebuses with a surprise or twist at the end often work best.
Verse - Purchased sparingly, is rarely longer than sixteen lines and should be meaningful for young readers. Pays $25.
Nonfiction - Includes science, arts, biography, autobiography, sports, world cultures, economics, service/self-help, careers, adventure, and history. Should have 800 words or fewer. Nonfiction articles geared to our younger readers (ages three to seven) are especially welcome. These should not exceed 500 words. Pays $150 and up.
Gallant Kids articles should have 400 words or fewer. They should focus on children who are serving others through unique, interesting, kid-generated projects.
Pays $150 and up.
 

In : Children's 



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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