Everyone wants to write the next Harry Potter or Hunger Games or Goosebumps series. Not to mention spin-offs, companion books, and more. But not every kid lit book is suited for, or even should be, a series. The question is, how do you know?
Super agents Alec Shane of Writers House and agent/author Eric Smith of P.S. Literary, share their thoughts on what makes a good kid lit series, how long do you go in a series, what are the components of a successful kid lit series, and how do you get readers to read further after book one.