Research is integral to all Deborah Hopkinson’s writing. Only two of her eighty published titles haven’t involved some level of research.
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Chris Grabenstein talks about his new hilarious picture book No Is All I Know and the latest book in The Smartest Kid in the Universe series: Evil Genius.
Vicki Willden-Lebrecht, founder and CEO of Bright Agency—an agency set up to do more than represent artists and authors—talks all about agenting.
One thing that I’ve always thought was interesting about writing is how authors end up putting little pieces of themselves into the characters they create.
This month’s column includes a lot of fun activities that will teach kids to love who you are through reading and writing.
Improve your child’s writing skills by spreading happiness with these amazing tips by Lizzie Mussoline, M. Ed. that will keep kids’ writing skills sharp.
Here are some ideas to start and keep a writing journal. Luckily, reading and writing skills can be interwoven in enjoyable, easy, and organic ways!
So, you’ve finally convinced your young writer to write—what next? The answer is obvious—encourage them to publish! Find out how to publish your child’s story.
Fanfiction – writing new stories about existing favorite characters, settings, and events – offers a fantastic opportunity for young readers and writers.
Here are activities for getting started on teaching kids about writer’s voice. Shared by Jasmine A. Stirling, author of A MOST CLEVER GIRL.