CBIG, the Children’s Book Illustrators Group, was formed in 1987 by a group of Brooklyn illustrators to share publishing information and industry experiences. CBIG members are brought together by their interest in producing exceptional artwork and books for children.
Mark Mitchell's blog on children's book illustration and artists. His articles have appeared in American Artist and the magazinesWatercolor, Drawing and Workshop. Hisink and watercolorillustrations have appeared in his and others’ books and the children’s magazines Appleseeds, Cobblestone, Faces and Footsteps and Cricket.
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators is a non-profit , 501 (c)3 organization which is one of the largest existing organizations for writers and illustrators. It is the only professional organization specifically for those individuals writing and illustrating for children and young adults in the fields of children’s literature, magazines, film, television, and multimedia.
The personal site of Harold Underdown, freelance editor and author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Children's Books." This site has articles full of advice for aspiring children's writers and illustrators, recommendations on publishing houses and agents, and dos and don'ts for submitting manuscripts and getting your story noticed.