There’s no shame in relying on the tried-and-true formula of popular fairy tales and simply changing the characters’ names.
By Valle Dwight
Kids have an inherent fascination with fairy tales, probably because they contain drama, adventure, and usually a happy ending. A fairy tale that features a child’s own friends and family is practically guaranteed to capture her imagination — and will motivate even kids who aren’t yet into books to try their hand at storytelling.
It’s time to sit down together to write your book.
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