Tag Archives: children’s books

Making Marks

Making Marks by Rita Goldner My illustration for today is a page from my work-in-progress coloring book Making Marks. It’s my interpretation of the cave paintings in Lascaux, France. These Paleolithic cave paintings, discovered in Lascaux in 1940, are thought … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs and Mammals

Dinosaurs and Mammals by Rita Goldner I’m writing/illustrating a new book, Making Marks on the World, with black and white drawings for the reader to color. The theme is time travel through history. The young protagonist zooms through a centuries-long … Continue reading

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Mad as a March Hare

Mad as a March Hare by Rita Goldner I relish my blog position, the first of every month, because it affords me the opportunity to research interesting traditions and tidbits of history or literature that celebrate the coming month. This … Continue reading

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Janus

Janus by Rita Goldner Since I’m assigned the New Year’s Day blog, I did some research on my fellow harbinger, the god Janus. For ancient Romans, he was the god of doorways or gates, so he was given the role … Continue reading

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Audio Books for Children

Audio Books for Children by John Mahoney Are you a children’s book author? Do you wish to be? The following information is for those who are contemplating becoming part of the incredible and exploding world of audio books for children. … Continue reading

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My Successful KICKSTARTER Campaign

My Successful KICKSTARTER Campaign by Rita Goldner At a recent meeting of the Phoenix Publishing & Book Marketing Meetup, a few people were interested in my experience with Kickstarter, a crowdfunding company I used to fund printing of the children’s … Continue reading

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Getting an Early Start

Getting an Early Start by Patricia Cox I am most in favor of (1) never giving up and (2) slow and steady wins the race. This is why I have a published novel, the very first draft of which was … Continue reading

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