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How can I submit review copies of my book to CarolHurst.com for possible review?
We are currently not accepting self-published books for consideration due to the overwhelming volume.
We are only able to review a handful of books each month from the hundreds we receive.
All that said, we really appreciate the books people send us.
If your book is not self-published you can send a review copy (and take your chances) to:
Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site
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Florence, MA 01062
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