I proofread children’s books.
Here are the age bands in children’s books:
- Early education books
- Picture books
- Ages 5–8
- Ages 9–12
- Teen and Young Adult
Here are some typical genres (types) of children’s books:
- Personal and social issues
- Hobbies and interests
If you are a children’s author, see my Rates page for the packages I provide and the prices for them.
I have supported several independent children’s authors to self-publication.
When you enquire if I am available to help with your book, I will ask you what age group and genre your children’s book is aimed at. So the above bullet points will point you in the right direction.
As a classroom teacher, I enjoyed that time in the school day when we read aloud to children. From the age of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) up to Key Stage 2 in upper Primary, aged 5-11. So that time is valuable. I continue to share reading time with my tutees as part of our tuition lessons.
I am a Partner Member of the Alliance of Independent Authors. See my profile page here.
Go to my Contact page to check my availability.
‘No More Germs’ by Jay Martey. Non-fiction book on hygiene for 3–7 year olds self-published by Independent Publishing Network.
“Thank you for proofreading, Annie. Let’s spread the message (healthy hygiene habits, not the germs!).”
Tricky Punctuation in Cartoons by Lidia Stanton, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, is one of a set of guides for children written by Lidia. (Proofread using PDF commenting tools.)
Available on Amazon. Click on the image below.
“Annie is very professional, committed to the client’s needs and incredibly conscientious. She reshuffled her diary to accommodate my proofreading request, for which I am very grateful. She delivered the service within the suggested time frame. I would not hesitate to recommend Annie.” Lidia Stanton MA MSc Psych MBPsS, Psychologist, Dyslexia Specialist, and Study Skills Tutor.