Update 7/1/2015: Adams Literary is only interested in author-illustrators at this time. But do check their submission guidelines to see if this policy has changed, and if it does let me know! :)
Tracey Adams has a wealth of experience in the field of children's publishing. You can see the agencies and publishers Tracey worked for before co-founding the well respected Adams Literary in 2004 on her about page. Adams Literary exclusively represents children's through young adult literature, including illustrators. Adams Literary has an extensive list of clients.They also talk about managing careers and what types of clients they have on the client page. Be sure to check it out.
At Michelle4Laughs there is a great 2013 Query Questions with Tracey. You will want to read how many queries Adams Lit gets in a week and how many manuscripts they usually read. Make it good people!
There's a quick 2013 post at PubSmart where Tracey tells what kinds of books she's looking for.
There is a really informative interview with Tracey at Humor Me.
Tracey did an interview at Multiculturalism Rocks! where she talks about editorial and how involved after a book is published.
At this interview at Dreams Can Be Reached she tells the piece of advice she gives most to writers.
Suite 101 has an interview where Tracey talks about the types of children's books she does not represent. And rhyming.
Here's a quick read at the SCBWI blog with Tracey's thoughts on smaller publishers.
Cynthia Leitich Smith interviewed Tracey for SCBWI Bologna 2008, I know that's a while about but the information is still relevant. Tracey tells how she got her start as an agent, cover letters, and the realities of children's book publishing.
At Literary Rambles you can read some information straight from Tracey regarding sales numbers and query tips.
Learn more about Tracey's work life at A Day in the Life of Adams Literary on Carol Baldwin's blog.
You can find Adams Literary on Publishers Marketplace, Twitter, and Facebook.
Submissions to Adams Literary are accepted only through their online submission form. Be sure to download and read the submission guidelines on the right hand side of the form.
This post is part of the Monster List of Picture Book Agents. If you have any changes that you think should be made to this listing, please contact me or leave them in the comments. Thanks!