children’s books: Do what you love


Imagine you’ve always wanted to write children’s books. Is writing  what you love? Are you driven to create something spectacular? […]

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great kid’s books: Friendship is key


Imagine that you want to write great kid’s books that highlight friendship.  If you need reminders of the virtues of […]

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Kid’s books:Pay it forward


When you write kid’s books, do you realize you have a unique gift?  You can find ways to use your […]

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Children’s books: Tails of Sweetbrier Takes silver medal!


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     Deanie Humphrys-Dunne writes captivating books that teach children life lessons. ‘Tails of Sweetbrier’ took the Silver Medal in […]

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Non-fiction books for kids:make a difference


When you write non-fiction books for kids, you  aim to  make a difference to others. You might create stories to […]

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Kid’s books:You can create anything


When you create kid’s books are you thinking they can become anything in the world? Remember there are no limits […]

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Role model: Mikaela Shiffrin


As an author, try to improve your children’s books, every time you present them. You hope that each story is […]

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Great kid’s books: anything is possible


If you want to write great kid’s books, but you’re thinking the dream is too gigantic to even consider, remember […]

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Children’s books:Believe in yourself


If you’re dreaming of writing children’s books, you must believe in yourself and your abilities. If you’re not sure of […]

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Kid’s books: Trust your intuition


When you write kid’s books you should trust your intuitions. If you listen to your inner voice, you’re usually right. […]

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