This is a designer willing to listen. For me, that is almost as important as the design. Thank you, again, for all of your hard work on this project. I look forward to connecting on future projects.
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Dear Teacher, Don't Quit! 21 Tips to Help Teachers Remain in the Profession
Danielle Harris, Ed.D.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Danielle Harris is a career educator, coach and speaker. She has been a classroom teacher, instructional coach, assistant principal and principal. In 2010, out of a desire to help more students, Danielle Harris began to offer her expertise as an educational consultant. She later founded Lead Ready Consulting where she works to influence educators and business professionals by providing targeted insight to directly impact work performance. Dr. Harris continues to speak and coach individuals and teams each year. To contact Danielle, send her an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Teacher, Don't Quit! is an educational book written to help teachers avoid common mistakes in their educational career that often lead to frustration which aids their decision in leaving the profession. The book give tips, shares tales and tells some simple truths about the complex profession of teaching.
Teachers, Professors, Principals, Homeschool Parents, and Pre-Service teachers will read this book. The target audience is those aged 19-60, male and females who are entering the teaching the profession or already in the profession.
Book cover type
Kindle Direct Publishing
Barnes & Noble
What colors do you want to see in your design?
I would like for the cover to covey an optimistic tone. Potential readers should want to pick up the book because the cover communicates that answers and help are inside.
I attempted to design a yellow cover with a chalk board image on the cover. On the chalkboard, the title was written in handwritten chalk letters. Underneath the board was the subtitle. At the bottom of the page, the author's name.
However, I am open to all designs.
What to avoid
I would like to avoid stock imagery and fonts that would make the reader feel they are being yelled at when they read the title.