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Back to the Writing By Coulsdon Writers
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Our writing group was set up two years ago with the intention of bringing together local writers who could share their passion for writing. We are an eclectic bunch, being poets, writers of short... More > stories, children’s fiction and memoirs. Our work covers a wide range of topics, which can sometimes mean that our meetings evoke thought-provoking discussions. When we started to diverge from discussing our writing, Vicky Newham, the founder of the group would always say, “Back to the Writing”, so this seemed to be a good title for our combined efforts. Coulsdon Writers hope that these pieces will paint a picture or two in the mind of the reader, maybe tug a heart-string, be thought-provoking and lastly, bring a smile or tear to anyone who decides to read them.< Less
One Month Children's Author By Andrew Newbound
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The One Month Children's Author is a simple, easy-to-follow guide to writing your own children's book - in just 30 days!! Discover How-To tips and essential techniques from published children's... More > author Andrew Newbound, each designed to help you write your first children's book to a professional, publishable standard. Contains 11 essential novel-building modules to get you from page one to potential publication, plus 33 easy-study exercises that will help you polish your craft - all fun, enjoyable and there to complete entirely at your own pace. Covers; your writer's toolkit, who to write for, building story & plot, character creation, finding your voice, writing techniques, starting your novel, developing your writing habit, editing, finding a publisher/agent and more! So, if you've ever wanted to write your own children's book but didn't know where, how or even when to start, this is the book for you.< Less
One Month Children's Author By Andrew Newbound
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Ever wanted to write a best selling children's book but don't know where to begin? Then the One Month Children's Author could be the perfect book for you. Written by multi-award nominated children's... More > author Andrew Newbound, this book is perfect if you're a first-time writer or even someone with more experience who now wants help turning your ideas into books. Containing easy-to-follow modules and over thirty simple book-building exercises, the One Month Children's Author gently guides you through the process of crafting your book, including; * Finding your story and plotting it out * Building fantastic characters * Develping your writing habit * Writing like a pro * Finding your publisher or agent * All in just 30 writing days. Designed to remove the mystery from writing, this engaging book provides a friendly step-by-step process that will help you move from page one of your story all the way through to potential publication.< Less
Scaring Little Children By Andy Evans
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Published playwright Andy Evans describes a private project he set for himself in the summer of 2006 to devise and script two children's television shows. With no knowledge of HOW to write a script... More > for children's TV he devised two shows, "The Phantom Base" and "Children of the Night". Both shows are devised as scary supernatural stories for young teens hence the title of this work. He includes his notes and the scripts as written in order to encourage other writers to spread their wings in their writing. In Andy's opinion writers write because they must. Andy has never believed in writing being kept in a bottom drawer and is using "Scaring Little Children" as a means to bring some of his writing to a wider audience and to inspire others to give writing a go too. "If I can do it anyone can" - Andy Evans< Less
Creating Your Children's Book By Thrive Learning Institute
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How to Write That Children's Book You've Always Wanted Have you ever thought to go ahead, sit down, and write that story which keeps coming into your mind? That one that's "childish" or... More > "juvenile"? Maybe you already "see" the pictures which should go with it? Maybe you’re one of those lucky writers whose head is bursting with ideas. Or perhaps you have one idea that’s been nagging you for weeks, always at the edge of your thoughts. Either way, you’re itching to begin writing... A lot of writers, especially when they’re beginners, get ideas for fiction from their own lives. This can be useful if the situation actually happened to you, you’re less likely to be unconsciously basing the story on a book you’ve read... And remember: if you’re using a childhood incident as the foundation of your story, tell it from your childhood viewpoint, not how it feels to you now as an adult... (From Chapter 2) Get Your Copy Now.< Less
Creating Your Children's Book By Thrive Living Library
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Maybe you’re one of those lucky writers whose head is bursting with ideas. Or perhaps you have one idea that’s been nagging you for weeks, always at the edge of your thoughts. Either way,... More > you’re itching to begin writing... A lot of writers, especially when they’re beginners, get ideas for fiction from their own lives. This can be useful for several reasons: you’re emotionally invested in the topic, you can relate directly to the main character, and if the situation actually happened to you, you’re less likely to be unconsciously basing the story on a book you’ve read... When writers stick too closely to what really happened they fail to develop the elements necessary for a good story: a believable main character who is faced with a problem or conflict, mounting tension as that character tries to solve her problem and experiences setbacks, and a tension- filled climax followed by a resolution that’s satisfying to the character and the reader.< Less
My Story - A Journal For Children By June Montoute
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My Story - A Journal For Children. This 32 pages journal is suitable for children ages 6 - 12. It is a colorful, stimulating and fun book and is specifically designed to encourage kids to develop the... More > habit of journaling their stories. It includes a special section on each page to write a personalized poem, add or draw a photo in order to stimulate ideas for storytelling. The journal focuses on special people, important events and holidays in the child's life; something to cherish and look back on with fond memories. It is a great family "quality time" activity book and an excellent resource for any classroom activity or project. It is an excellent birthday or holiday gift for boys and girls.< Less
My Story - A Journal For Children By June Montoute
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My Story - A Journal For Children. This 32 pages journal is suitable for children ages 6 - 12. It is a colorful, stimulating and fun book and is specifically designed to encourage kids to develop the... More > habit of journaling their stories. It includes a special section on each page to write a personalized poem, add or draw a photo in order to stimulate ideas for storytelling. The journal focuses on special people, important events and holidays in the child's life; something to cherish and look back on with fond memories. It is a great family "quality time" activity book and an excellent resource for any classroom activity or project. It is an excellent birthday or holiday gift for boys and girls.< Less
What Children Know By Michael Armstrong
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The subject of these five essays is the literary and visual art of children. The essays explore two propositions: first that children’s stories, poems and meditations, their drawings,... More > paintings, and models, may legitimately be described as works of art; and second that to acknowledge the artistic status of children’s works revolutionizes the process of education. The book is dedicated to the children and teachers of Lawrence, Massachusetts, where the author has spent a few weeks every year since 2004 as a participant observer in elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. Designed and produced by Julie Bernson.< Less
What Children Know By Michael Armstrong
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The subject of these five essays is the literary and visual art of children. The essays explore two propositions: first that children’s stories, poems and meditations, their drawings,... More > paintings, and models, may legitimately be described as works of art; and second that to acknowledge the artistic status of children’s works revolutionizes the process of education. The book is dedicated to the children and teachers of Lawrence, Massachusetts, where the author has spent a few weeks every year since 2004 as a participant observer in elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. Designed and produced by Julie Bernson.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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