Capper's Farmer

we’re looking for people who WANT TO WRITE CHILDREN’S BOOKS

“But am I good enough?”

My dream of writing professionally seemed impossible. I was raising three kids on a farm and I was filled with uncertainty. You may feel the way I did.

Then I saw an article like this one for the Institute of Children’s Literature, and I wanted to see if I had what it took. I took their writing assessment. I qualified, and started a rich one-on-one relationship with an

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