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Illustrated Childrens Books
Books By Children
Jaenet Guggenheim's long-awaited children's books and our second and third ebooks - The Fussy Little Butterfly and The Fussy Little Butterfly Goes Outside and The Fussy Little Butterfly Gusts to the Cafe are now available on her website www.jaenet.net
nearly the dog days of summer
Please Join us!! Sunday September 6: Catherine Kirkwood and Looking for Tula Sunday October 4: Sid Hausman, singing, playing guitar and other instruments such as bones, and reading from one of his books
Please Join us!!
Sunday September 6: Catherine Kirkwood and Looking for Tula
Sunday October 4: Sid Hausman, singing, playing guitar and other instruments such as bones, and reading from one of his books
Colores de Albuquerque
Sid's newest book, with CD. Colores de Albuquerque is a coloring book that follows the song...
It includes cactuses, salsa music, spinning skirts and the rodeo that comes to town. Not to mention
Native American culture and the sun soaked adobe of the Southwest.
8/3 Grand Canyon Ranger evening concert in
My Best Ever Grandpa
A perfect book to read side by side with your grandchildren,
The Four Friends
Come along with Oz, Camilla, Sophie, and Toby as they go on a little adventure and sing to the moon. The black and white drawings are for you to color as you wish!
JNG Cartoons by Jaenet Newell Guggenheim
This is a brand new book of cartoons that Jaenet drew in 1994.
Azro Press, founded in 1997, is a small publishing company located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Azro Press is devoted to bringing to life the works of authors and illustrators of the Southwest. We publish illustrated children's books for ages 2 to 6, easy readers for ages 5 to 8, and fiction and non-fiction for older children and young adults. Azro Press is in the vanguard of publishers of children's picture books in Santa Fe.
A WORD OR TWO ABOUT SUBMISSIONS
We love all artists and writers of children's books very much. However, we have received so many subsmissions that we can barely get in the door of our office. At the moment, we cannot accept any new submissions. Please do not send us any of your fabulous work at this time, but do continue to visit this web site for updates about this situation.
Our guidelines: We really only consider manuscripts with Southwestern settings and themes written and illustrated by people who live in the Southwest. If you feel you must send us something to read, please do the following:
Put a word count on the first page.
Send your manuscript with an SASE big enough to accomodate your manuscript if you want it back. If you do not send a large enough SASE, we will not return it.
Or send a #10 SASE if you want to receive a letter from us without the return of your manuscript.
It would be helpful to indicate the following: age of child you are writing for and where you think you could sell your book. Remember, school teachers and librarians love to have you come and read but they probably will want you to leave the book for free.
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