Children's Writing 101
5 Reasons to Write Non-Fiction for Kids
Developing 3-D Characters
Want to change your cardboard characters into a 3-D cast kids will connect with as friends? Craft a Top Secret Detective File to get the inside scoop on what makes your characters come to life. You’ll learn how to interview your characters, use a Word Wall to impact your characters’ personality, and brainstorm ideas for your main characters and secondary characters alike!
Writing Humor for Kids
Humor writing and children's just goes well together, but humor is hard to pull off. How do you be silly while presenting a great product that can last for generations? Multi-published children's author Nancy Sanders will walk you through how to effectively write humor for kids, in a way that will keep agents and editors reading, and is entertaining for all audiences, especially for the kids.