Monthly Archives: January 2014

children’s books: Fear is the enemy


  Let’s imagine that you want to write  children’s  books. Fear of  unfavorable comments can discourage us from presenting our […]

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Non fiction books for kids: attitude matters


When you write non-fiction  books for kids, attitude matters. Why do  I say that? If you moan and complain about […]

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children’s books:Use your experiences


What should you do if you want to write children’s books,but you can’t think of an idea? One thing you […]

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Good kid’s books: need imperfect characters


When you create good kid’s books, you need imperfect characters. Would kids connect with characters who were imperfect? Yes, because […]

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Great kid’s books: Never give up on your dreams


If you want to write great kid’s books, you must never give up on your dream. You may think the […]

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Kid’sbooks:helping others


As the author of 4 children’s books, one thing  I like to do is to show my characters helping others, […]

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Kid’s books: don’t limit yourself


When we write kid’s books we often limit ourselves. We think we can’t reach our goals.  We put limits on […]

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great kid’s books: Finding your passion


If you’re an author, you dream about creating great kid’s books because writing is your passion. You’ve developed a good […]

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Children’s Books: try curious characters


I  think  children’s books need characters driven by curiosity.  Clara Ma is a wonderful example of a child who values […]

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Good kid’s books: Go from dreams to reality through hard work


Good kid’s books start with a dream and become a reality through hard work. Children have dreams too, even at […]

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