You might have heard that “Rhyme is a crime,” and that editors don’t like rhyming board books and picture books. That’s not exactly true.
Editors just don’t like BAD rhyme. They like rhyming board books and picture books that are written well.
It’s just that they have seen so much bad rhyme over the years, their hearts might be a bit hardened toward rhyme, generally speaking. But if you can write good rhyme—then go for it!
In this workshop, bestselling children's author Michelle Medlock Adams shares how to write and sell well-done rhyming manuscripts so you don't become a rhyme criminal!