Writing for Children and Young Adults, 2nd Edition
Written by Dr. Marion Crook.
Published by Self-Counsel Press, 2008.
|Do you have an active imagination? What about an adventurous
spirit? Then why not apply them to writing a childrens book? Whether
picture book or novel, fiction or nonfiction, writing for a young audience is
about creating a vibrant connection with the children or young adults who read
your book. To enable young readers to plunge into the world you create, you
need a grounding in the fundamental elements of a childrens story and in
the craft of writing. This way your story can inspire and educate your readers,
and meet the needs of publishers.
Loaded with illustrative examples, Writing for Children and Young Adults will show you how to translate your ideas into stories that will delight, intrigue and satisfy your readers.
Learn how to:
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