Writing Books for Kids and TeensBook - 1998
Do you have an active imagination? What about an adventurous spirit? Then why not apply them to writing a children's book? Whether you choose to write fiction, nonfiction, or oven scripts for children's radio, television, or theater, Marion Crook provides a systematic approach for new and published writers alike. Using extensive examples, this book highlights essential considerations when writing for young readers. Learn how to determine what age group to write for, create believable characters, research setting, and write realistic dialogue -- it's all here in this comprehensive book.
Publisher: Bellingham, WA : Self-Counsel Press, 1998
Branch Call Number: ANF 808.068 CRO
Characteristics: x, 174 p