Become a CoderDojo Nano Book Author – Applications Now Open

Are you a javascript developer? Do you have technical editorial experience? – CoderDojo is welcoming any developers interested in becoming a published author of the second Nano Book to contact us at [email protected]
The three CoderDojo Nano books will support children as they take their first steps to creating their own website, learning to code using Java and modding their favourite game.
The length of the second part of the nano book currently stands at 96 pages, remuneration is dependent on experience and is negotiable.
“Egmont’s massive success in publishing the Minecraft book series coupled with their overall expertise in children’s book made them a natural fit for CoderDojo to create a book series to get more kids coding together.”  Bill Liao, CoderDojo Co-founder.
For more information please apply to [email protected] with an attached example sushi card of original/curated content.
About Egmont Publishing

In the UK, Egmont Publishing is the leading specialist children’s publisher for babies to teens, inspiring children to read through more than 25 million award-winning books, magazines, ebooks and apps sold each year. We’re proud to be home to many of the world’s favourite stories and best-loved authors, illustrators and characters such as Michael Morpurgo, Andy Stanton, Enid Blyton, Julia Donaldson, Lemony Snicket, Michael Grant (Gone series and BZRK), Winnie-the-Pooh, Tintin, Mr. Men, Thomas & Friends, Disney Princess, Ben 10, Fireman Sam, Angry Birds, Minecraft and Star Wars.

Egmont Publishing is part of Egmont, a leading Danish media group, with activities in 30 countries and 6,600 employees. Our media world includes Nordisk Film, TV2 in Norway, cinemas, book publishers, educational publishers and PlayStation, as well as a number of partly owned film companies, including Zentropa.

Egmont is a commercial foundation that generates revenue amounting to EUR 1.6 billion. Every year we donate over EUR 10 million to help improve the lives of children and young people.



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