Books Written by Kids

Children have written books

Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games. Roald Dahl's BFG, illustrated by Quentin Blake. Eric Carle's very hungry caterpillar. No reputable publisher specializes in books by children. Many specialize in books for children.

Kids as writers

A lot of kids have authored ledgers that have been released. At 1641, when he was 8 years old, he composed a textbook of etiquette for kids named Youth Behavior. Below is a list of other kids who have already released their writings. They can find their work in a bookseller or bookshop.

When they were protected from a rain shower one of the days, they agreed to work on a handbook of kids, about kids and for kids. Her novel, The Far-Distant Oxus, was released a year later, in 1937, and was described as a classical novel by European and American writers. In 1952, Anne Frank's journal appeared in English as The Diagary of a Young Girl.

Posted when Anne was a teenage girl, it depicts her family's submerged lives because they were Jews during the Second World War. As soon as the journal was found, he saw that it was released in 1947. Washington, D.C., Dorothy Straight was only 4 years old when she started writing How the World Began.

Your novel was released in 1964, two years later. H.E. (Susan Eloise) Hinton began her typing carreer in high schools and began designing The Outsiders at the tender ages of 15; it took her one and a half years to finish it. Books about juvenile bands and their confrontation, it was released in 1967 when she was 17 years old.

Ally Elizabeth Sheedy was released in 1975 when she was 12 years old. In Arizona, a group of young Indian kids shared their story with their instructor Byrd Baylor, who had it released in 1976 as And It Is Still That Way. Jason Gaes fell ill with Burkitt's Lymphoma, a uncommon type of canker, at the tender of 7, and therefore chose to publish My Book for Cansur.

Two of his twins, Tim and his ten-year-old Adam, illustrate the 1987 work. At the age of 9 David Klein was writing "Irwin the Sock" for a class. Released 1988. It was Gordon Korman who composed his first volume, This Can't Be Happening at MacDonald Hall, as a 7th-grad.

When he finished high-school he had written and released five more titles, among them Go Jump in the Pool and Beware out of the Year.

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