writing childrens books

Turkey
September 5, 2006 3:13pm CST
how should i start
9 responses
• Philippines
2 Oct 06
Go to Write4kids.com It's got loads of information about children's book writing that will help you get started.
@pcruz77 (452)
• Guam
6 Sep 06
You should first have something like a summary of a problem you thinks childrne can learn from. Then from there, write small draft of some of the points you want to express. figure out a theme and then from theere, write your story. Remember, don;t use big words, use words and write in a language that the children will understand. You have to think like a child if you want to write for a child. One last thing, before you send it out, get some feedback from children and see how they like it.
@joesbaby (84)
• Australia
6 Sep 06
you start with ,in the beginning,one day there was, harry was a small boy,what ever makes sence at the time is what you start with
@swonki (387)
• India
6 Sep 06
Follow JK Rowling author of "Harry Potter".
• India
6 Sep 06
start with 'once upon a time', 'a long time ago'
@wsue1023 (1396)
• United States
5 Sep 06
Not all that easy to get into that market, but there are some good books that help help guide you in your pursuits. You can find many at online bookstores if you do a topic search under writing children's books.
@krishna183 (2286)
• India
5 Sep 06
spend a day with a kid and u'll know for sure
@josemon (242)
• India
5 Sep 06
better u dont write if u dont know vt to .then vts the big deal..
@kchasso (41)
• United States
5 Sep 06
what is your background? You should always write about what you know best.