I teach a variety of classes about writing for children and children’s publishing and one questions that always comes up is: Do I need an agent and if so, how do I find one?

There is always lots of discussion about this topic, and I wanted to share a few links that are particularly good.

“Shady Business” by Sarah LaPolla, associate literary agent at Curtis Brown, Ltd.

Association of Authors’ Representatives FAQ

Finding an agent is a good goal, but remember that the STORY is the most important thing! Make sure yours is the best it can possibly be.

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