You Can Write for Children

You Can Write for Children : How to Write Great Stories, Articles, and Books for Kids and Teenagers

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This is the Large Print version of You Can Write for Children. It uses a 16 point Tahoma font in a slightly larger (6.69" x 9.61") book size. Remember the magic of bedtime stories? When you write for children, you have the most appreciative audience in the world. But to reach that audience, you need to write fresh, dynamic stories, whether you're writing rhymed picture books, middle grade mysteries, edgy teen novels, nonfiction, or something else. In this book, you will learn: How to explore the wide variety of age ranges, genres, and styles in writing stories, articles and books for young people. How to find ideas. How to develop an idea into a story, article, or book. The basics of character development, plot, setting, and theme - and some advanced elements. How to use point of view, dialogue, and thoughts. How to edit your work and get critiques. Where to learn more on various subjects. In short, you will learn how to write for children! Whether you're just starting out or have some experience, this book will make you a better writer - and encourage you to have fun! If you dream of being a children's book writer, this book can help your dream come more

Product details

  • Paperback | 284 pages
  • 170 x 244 x 15mm | 454g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • large type edition
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514690063
  • 9781514690062
  • 2,384,031

About Chris Eboch

Chris Eboch writes fiction and nonfiction, with over 30 published books for children. Her novels for ages nine and up include The Genie's Gift, a middle eastern fantasy; The Eyes of Pharaoh, a mystery in ancient Egypt; The Well of Sacrifice, a Mayan adventure; and Bandits Peak, a survival story. Her book Advanced Plotting helps writers fine-tune their plots. Learn more at more