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Pitching Children's Markets, Part II

A fresh concept and an energetic pitch letter will land you major bylines at these juniors' mags

- June 29, 2010
Children's publications provide writers with a unique opportunity to stretch their creativity, offer education, and captivate readers in a fresh and exciting way. In part two of our Children's Markets series, read about how to pitch powerhouses like National Geographic Kids and Sports Illustrated for Kids. You need to do your homework, read the magazine, and query like a pro. Developing the right voice to speak to a young reader is a challenging task, and essential to landing an assignment. ...

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