How You Can Write and Publish Your Own Children’s Book


Children’s book author Beryl Reichenberg will teach a class for adults on writing children’s stories and the various opportunities for having them published.

 This class will be held at the Curious Cup Bookstore, 929 Linden, Carpinteria on June 1 starting at 11 AM. It is for budding authors as well as parents who wish to learn how to self-publish stories written by their own children. The event is open to the public, but you must pre-register at 805-220-6608. Fee is $10.    

Beryl has been writing and illustrating children’s stories for six years and has six children’s, picture books currently available at the Curious Cup. She has a wealth of experience to share about writing stories, about self-publishing and publishing in general.  She holds a Master’s Degree from UCLA and taught school both in Los Angeles and the San Francisco area. In addition, she is an artist and makes small book forms, as well as other fiber art pieces. For more information visit her website at


“Join us and bring your enthusiasm and questions.”


About berylreichenberg

I am a storyteller. Writing and illustrating books for children, I have published over 35 titles. Three of my books, "Ants on a Log", "Camouflage", and "The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake" have been published by a traditional publisher, Oak Tree Press. These are available from Oak Tree and Amazon as well as other outlets. The others are published by and can be seen on their website. Some of my stories are in prose and some in verse. All are designed for small children and young school children. My fiction stories are designed to delight these children and help them learn about themselves and the world around them. I also have a number of nonfiction books about animals, the natural world, and other cultures. I illustrate my stories with drawings and photographs. I hold a Master's Degree from UCLA and have taught school in California. I hope that young children and their adult companions will enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them.

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