If you want to write a children's book, then download How to Write a Children's Book by a person with real life experience and knowledge of this topic. If you have ever wanted to write a true children's classic, then you must dive into a child's mind to see what makes them tick. Within this guide, all your questions will be expertly answered in a way that is simple and easy to understand. Follow along and discover how a children's story is written - from finding out what a child prefers to read to getting the most from your marketing efforts. Every aspect, from beginning to end, is covered within this guide. Understand why some children's books, such as a Dr. Seuss classic, succeed while other, seemingly well written children's books fail. Within this guide, you will understand what components of a story make up a children's story and how to keep the child interested in your book. The guide does not stop there. After you have a quality book written, follow the steps to bring your book to market and have children reading it in every corner of the globe. You can have the best book ever written, but if nobody knows about it, it will go unread. Avoid the pitfalls of many writers and follow these steps. Children's book author Rusty W. Baker has successfully done every step that he references in this guide. Take it from someone who has already been there. You need this guide. Download it now!
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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This was an interesting perspective on the process of writing a children's book, and had some good advice. But it was strictly one author's experience. Also, I think the attitude toward the illustrator was just a little bit condescending. In a children's book, the illustrations are of utmost importance, and they tell the story just as much as the text. The illustrator doesn't work for the author, it has to be a mutual creative process. A single illustration can take weeks to complete, and must be thoughtfully designed to convey the mood or the action necessary for the story.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I’ll start with saying that I did not feel the voice of the narrator was appropriate for this book. Her voice sounded young, I felt it should be a more mature narrator.
It was often difficult to get through the stories of each child’s reaction to each of the book types. I was hoping for something that would be more descriptive as to each age group and the various styles that are appropriate for the age group.
As stated in the title of my review, there were a couple of good points that I will take away from this book. It just wasn’t what I hoped for.