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Want to create effective ghost stories that children absolutely love? Connect with our professional children’s book editors and get a polished book that educates and inspires the little ones.
Children love reading a story that brings out their joy and takes them into an imaginary world. To make sure your book touches on important aspects of simple, fun, and creative writing targeted for little readers, it’s important to write brief sentences and an effective storyline that could grab their attention. For a child to love the book you write, you can hire a professional children’s book editor from our team to work on the following features.
Writing a children’s book becomes easy when it has enough text and illustrations based on the target age group. We understand how to edit books for different ages that make them crave more stories. We edit the following children’s books.
Our creative and imaginative editors have worked on thousands of children’s books and have carefully edited them to make sure they’re aligned with the essence of the story. Depending on the type of children’s book, whether it’s illustrative or picture book, we edit the language, structure, words, and grammar to make sure each element is children-friendly.
Editing is an essential part of preparing the written book draft. It involves different types of editing according to the extent of changes required to ensure quality and perfection. It includes developmental editing, copyediting, manuscript critique, and proofreading to work on issues related to the theme and story, individual sentences, characterization, plot holes, and the overall structure of your book. Editing ensures consistency and flow of your story to make it well-structured and engaging for publishers and the audience.
Developmental editing focuses on the elements of storytelling to refine your ideas and make sure they fit right into the narrative of your story. From story arcs to character development to the overall structure and style of writing, developmental editing focuses on the big picture and prepares a manuscript for further editing.
Copyediting deals with minor issues like inconsistencies in the text, spelling and punctuation errors, and works on the style guides. For example, a copyeditor can detect any odd changes in the color of your character’s hair throughout the story or fact-check important information to ensure accuracy.
Proofreading is the final check and deals with the mistakes left during editing (e.g., typos, typesetting, formatting) to perfect the quality.
GWS Children’s Book Editing Prices:
Developmental editing: $14 per page
Copy/Line editing: $10 per page
Proofreading: $6 per page
Each professional editor has a specific set of skills and experiences that make them better suited to serve particular clients and projects, and no editor is better than the other. Keeping this in mind, here are a few things to consider when finding an editor for your manuscript:
Not a problem. You’re most welcome to contact us and send back your final draft if you’re not satisfied. We offer unlimited revisions for our valued clients to ensure they’re heard and dealt with carefully. Make sure you communicate your concerns in a timely fashion and tell us what changes you want. Once we know we have edited and formatted the book according to your needs, we’ll send you the revised draft. We stay with you throughout the editing process to ensure your satisfaction.
An unprofessional editor and proofreader may share the details of your project to attract new clients and breach your rights in the process. We take pride in saying that all the information and manuscripts you provide us remain strictly confidential.
We follow professional editing and publishing standards to ensure that the excerpts from your book aren’t used elsewhere without your knowledge.