If this book doesn’t garner all kinds of awards, I will be shocked. Barnett and Klassen team up again to create a perfectly balanced storybook. Kids love this book and I know, teachers do too. It makes observing and discussing details a super cool thing.
As I hit week two of creating the first Bunny and Witch storybook, there are already things that I’m creating and then throwing out. The part of me that created the stuff that goes in the trash is just going to have to accept that. This week is about the first stage of finding the characters I want in these books. The idea of them doesn’t quite exist yet.
It’s every writer’s dream to create a storybook that inspires others to adapt their work. “Dogs Don’t Do Ballet” is one of those stories. Let’s take a look at why.
A daring series I’ve decided to tackle for you: I’ll walk you through my storybook process by creating a new story online – every step.
I want to talk about Exclamation Mark from Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld and why this is a book every writer should read.