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How to Write a Picture Book for Kindergarten and First-grade Kids with BookBildr

At this age, five and six-year-olds will be building up a wide range of reading skills. Although they still love to be read aloud to, they are starting to build up the confidence to read alone, or read while you listen to them. You can encourage their passion for reading by creating a fun picture …

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10 Exciting Children’s Plot Ideas to Enchant Little Readers

When you’re writing a children’s picture book, it can be hard to think of inspiration. If you’re stuck for something to write about, we’ve put together ten fabulous plot ideas that will fascinate and captivate your little ones! 1. An enchanted forest If you have a little reader that loves fairies on magic toadstools and …

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How to Illustrate a Children’s Book for Free with Six Great Websites

If you’re looking to create a fabulous children’s book for your little ones, you’ll want to illustrate it with lots of fantastic, bright illustrations. Pictures are a great way to draw children into your story and entertain them even more. Even if they can’t understand all of the words, they can understand more about the …

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Interview with Children’s Author Dawn Doig: “Find Something That Inspires You”

Dawn Doig is a Canadian children’s author, audiologist and teacher living and working in Cameroon. Her books teach children to celebrate differences, accept others, and enjoy life. Her books can be found on Amazon and other stores (one is even published in Mongolian). BookBildr: You’re an audiologist and a teacher. So, what exactly does an …

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