Parents Turn Jewish Bedtime Stories into Children’s Bestsellers

Share Article offers parents a chance to turn their original bedtime stories into best-sellers. Cash prizes and an opportunity to get a winning story illustrated and published, free. – the portal for Jewish prose and poetry – offers parents an opportunity to have their children’s bedtime story illustrated and published, free.

Parents can now reach a wider audience with those wonderful stories that so captivate their children. Whether the story is about Israel, the Torah, or a Jewish galaxy far, far away, as long as the kids like it, chances are good that the judges at will like it too.

Sylvia Rouss, winner of The National Jewish Book Award will be judging the first of four Early Childhood Short Story Contests. The winner of this contest will receive a cash prize and a chance to have their story illustrated and published, absolutely free.

First-time authors can receive a constructive critique of their story by professional children’s editors. They are experts at helping writers –

  •     Develop their storyline with an eye towards incorporating animated illustrations.
  •     Build child-friendly characters that kids can identify with.
  •     Utilize appropriate vocabulary that teachers and librarians look for in the Early Childhood genre.

Don’t delay! The first Early Childhood Short Story Contest entry closes soon!

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