Things to help you Write a BookStuff to help you write a book
But before you start writing a children's novel.
To be a writer for kids demands a high degree of skills and endurance, not to speak of your own creativeness, drive and endurance. However, before you can start typing, something else, perhaps more important, is needed. When it comes to child literacy, it is first necessary to pass a while to get the kids to know each other. Just as kids have to start learning to understand before they can start learning to type, we as authors have to start learning to understand before we can successfully use it.
If you select a work and read it to a kid, you will find some astonishing things that will help you build your writing arsenal! In the first place, you get a clear feeling for the length of children's attentions at each developmental phase and for the kinds of textbooks that draw and keep their attentions to the verses that do not.
It will help you decide the length of a textbook you want to write and whether the topic is suitable for the group you are planning to write it for. Even if you are reading to kids, you will quickly see which of them young people are identifying with, as distinct from those they are not.
It is very important information that will help you to develop the character for the storyline you want to create. You' ll also see the look of the textbook, which kids love to hear at different states. While pre-school kids love the stupidity, rhyming and repetitions in Dr. Suess's Green Eggs and Ham, older kids like Mary Pope Osborne's The Magic Tree House Series.
Finally, you will also get a feeling for what it is like for parents or guardians to live the story with the baby and whether it is both sides enjoying and having the time. So if you are a novelist who has benefitted from the use of literacy for kids in the past, we would like to know how these lessons have influenced your work.