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From the Idea to the book
A book begins when an author comes up with
an idea for a book. Authors get ideas in different
he finished art is then sent to the publisher. The designer adjusts
how the pictures and words fit together on the pages. The completed
pages are sent to the printer.
Authors may write for months or year to finish a manuscript
Some pictures books authors create their own illistrations
The sketches are sent to the publishing company. The editor
makes sure the pictures clearly tell the story
Then, they are glued into
the book cover. The finished books are then sent to the publisher’s
warehouse. They are stored there until they are purchased by libraries
the illustrations. The illustrator may
change the colors, the perspective, or the composition of pictures.
It may take months to create all the pictures.
They use techniques such such as perspective and point of view to clearly show story events
The printer uses huge printing presses to make the pages. Many
pages of a picture book can be printed on one big sheet of paper.
Publishers sell some
books as eBooks. However, some authors
do not use a publisher at all. Instead of
sending a manuscript to a publisher, some
authors turn their manuscripts into eBooks
themselves. Many websites offer services
that help authors convert their manuscripts
into an e-reader format. Some websites
offer the help of eBook designers who
make sure photos or illustrations match the