Category Archives: Writing For Kids

Writing inspiration and hope especially for those who write for kids, ages 0-12.

Kid's Book Treasures

Learn to Write By Reading: Book Treasures

The book I found this week is ⇒ The Noisy Paint Box: The Colors and Sounds of Kandinsky’s Abstract Art by Barb Rosenstock and illustrated by Mary Grandpré. Published by Alfred A. Knopf, NY, 2014. Can you imagine hearing colors around you, then realizing that colors only make sounds for you? Apparently, about 1 in 5,000 people…

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just breathe

6 Simple Ways to Get Writing Done

Just breathe. Who knew I’d have to practice breathing? My husband is a chaplain and is often telling me to take a deep breath, especially when I’ve bombarded him with all the reasons why my writing isn’t working or how lousy I feel or how I’ll never figure this out. He reminds me to breathe…

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If You Want to Write For Kids, Get This Book

Yes! You Can Learn How to Write Children’s Books, Get Them Published, and Build a Successful Writing Career The title explains exactly what this book is about. Proof? I started using its strategies about a year ago. Earnings? about ten times the cost of the book. Nancy I. Sanders is a multi-published author. But, and…

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How To Not Let Failure Defeat You at Writing

‘I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.’ Phil. 4:13 If you are writing because you believe God has put that desire in you for a reason, will you still get rejections? Of course! Is this horrible? Aggravating? Discouraging? It can be, but… Failure is part of becoming a better writer…if you learn…

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