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So You Want to Write a Children's Book
So You Want to Write a Children's Book
$150.00

Instructor: Alison Pearce Stevens

Genre: Children’s Literature

Level: Beginning to Advanced

Length: 4-weeks

Dates: Tuesdays, October 4, 11, 18, 25, 2022

Time: Noon to 1:30 pm. CST

Format: Zoom

Limit: 50 participants

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Writing for kids seems easy, but is it? What does it take to write one of these tiny tomes for young readers and their parents? And what do we mean by the term “children’s book,” anyway? Join children’s author Alison Pearce Stevens to learn about the world of children’s literature. Four online class sessions will provide an introduction to the various types of children’s literature. Homework and discussions will expand on information presented. You will leave with a solid understanding of kidlit, what it takes to write for this audience, important resources, and some leads on how to break into the industry.

Alison Pearce Stevens is the author of Rhinos in Nebraska: The Amazing Discovery of the Ashfall Fossil Beds (Henry Holt). She co-authored 5,000 Awesome Facts 3 and three books in the Weird But True series (all with National Geographic Kids Books), and has published hundreds of magazine and e-zine articles for kids. Her next book, Animal Climate Heroes (Henry Holt), comes out Spring 2023. She is also the Regional Advisor for the Nebraska region of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.

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