My name is Mary Kole and I'm a literary agent at the Andrea Brown Literary Agency and a children's book and writing blogger at Kidlit.com. Here, I'm talking about children's book apps, children's story apps, developers, digital books, and new developments in the digital publishing landscape.
A reminder: the opinions expressed here are my own and should not be taken as the opinion of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency.
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