I hear from a lot of people that they would like to become a children's book illustrator. It's a tough road: It seems like the publishing industry is one giant secret and you're the only one standing on the outside, looking in.
I sold four easy readers to Penguin USA without an agent (and one of them was awarded a 2016 Geisel Honor!) so I know a thing or two about being on the outside looking in. Although I now have a superb agent, it wasn't too long ago that I was knocking up against those closed doors.
In our call, we can talk strategies for introducing yourself to publishing folks who hire illustrators for book projects. These methods may include mailers, social media, conferences and blogs. There is no "easy" button. You will have to do the work to get your illustrations out there.
Please note: I regret that I cannot critique your work on the call nor introduce you to my publishing contacts. I can, however, offer encouragement and give you several tried and true methods for showing your work to people who hire illustrators for books.
Also: If you are a writer who has written picture book text, you do not need to submit it to publishers with illustrations. The publisher's editors and art directors will match an author's text with an illustrator of their choice.
Whether or not you book a call, know that I am rooting for you!