"We sifted through more than 2,100 nominations and chose the 101 most valuable. This year, we've added a "jobs" category and have expanded the genres/niches category to better fit your needs. The list has been divided into nine sections: general resources, creativity, publishing resources, jobs, writing groups and communities, genres/niches, agent blogs, protect yourself and just for fun. "
Here are couple of children's-writing-related sites that made the list.
Kid Magazine Writers, www.kidmagwriters.com
Yay Jan Fields for making the list! Her site offers news, info and tips on writing for children, along with a wealth of paying children’s markets. Click here for an interview with Jan, excerpted from the 2008 CWIM.
Robyn Opie's Writing for Children, www.robynopie.com
This children’s book author delivers dozens of free articles on constructing, writing, editing and publishing your children’s book. Click on "Free Writing Tips." There are also two books available for free download.