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1990 Children's Writer's and Illustrator's Market by Connie Wright Eidenier1990
1991 Children's Writer's and Illustrator's Market by Lisa Carpenter1991
1992 Children's Writer's and Illustrator's Market by Lisa Carpenter1992
1993 Children's Writer's and Illustrator's Market by Lisa Carpenter1993
1994 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Christine Martin1994
1995 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice P. Buening1995
1996 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice P. Buening1996
2000 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice W. Pope2000
2002 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2002
2003 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2003
2004 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2004
2005 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2005
2006 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2006
2007 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2007
2008 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2008
2009 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2009
2010 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2010
2011 Children's Writer's And Illustrator's Market by Alice Pope2011
2012 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Chuck Sambuchino2012
2013 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market by Chuck Sambuchino2013

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  1. How to Write a Children's Book and Get It Published by Barbara Seuling (1984)
  2. How to Write and Illustrate Children's Books by Treld Bicknell (1988)
  3. The Insider's Guide to Book Editors and Publishers by Jeff Herman (1990)
  4. Children's Writer's Word Book by Alijandra Mogilner (1992)
  5. 2006 Writer's Market by Kathryn S. Brogan (2005)
  6. Writer's Guide to Crafting Stories for Children (Write for Kids Library) by Nancy Lamb (2001)
  7. 1001 Ways to Market Your Books: For Authors and Publishers by John Kremer (1986)
  8. You Can Write Children's Books by Tracey E. Dils (1998)
  9. The Writer's Market Companion by Joe Feiertag (2000)
  10. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Children's Books, Second Edition by Harold D. Underdown (2001)
  11. Give 'Em What They Want: The Right Way to Pitch Your Novel to Editors and Agents, A Novelist's Complete Guide to : Query by Blythe Camenson (2005)
  12. Business and Legal Forms for Illustrators by Tad Crawford (1990)
  13. Writing for Children and Teenagers by Lee Wyndham (1972)
  14. Writing with Pictures: How to Write and Illustrate Children's Books by Uri Shulevitz (1985)
  15. The Self-Publishing Manual: How to Write, Print, and Sell Your Own Book by Dan Poynter (1979)

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